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Efficiently
Efficiently Ef*fi"cient*ly, adv. With effect; effectively.

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- 2018). "Efficiently Updatable Neural-Network-based Evaluation Function for computer Shogi" (PDF) (in ****anese). Yu Nasu (April 28, 2018). "Efficiently Updatable...
- modern portfolio theory, the efficient frontier (or portfolio frontier) is an investment portfolio which occupies the "efficient" parts of the risk–return...
- list. Typically, programmers are interested in algorithms that scale efficiently to large input sizes, and merge sort is preferred over bubble sort for...
- showing that a portfolio is not efficient Efficiency (mechanical) Efficiency (network science), a measure of how efficiently a network exchanges information...
- The efficient-market hypothesis (EMH) is a hypothesis in financial economics that states that ****et prices reflect all available information. A direct...
- procedure. Essentially, a more efficient estimator, experiment, or test needs fewer observations than a less efficient one to achieve a given performance...
- the building: is the building occupied most of the time and are spaces efficiently used — or is the building largely empty? It has even been suggested that...
- on KAISER (short for Kernel Address Isolation to have Side-channels Efficiently Removed), a technique conceived in 2016 and published in June 2017 back...
- Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) is a joint trade and industry body working towards making the grocery sector as a whole more responsive to consumer...
- The Efficient Society: Why Canada is as Close to Utopia as it Gets is a book by Canadian philosopher and author Joseph Heath. First released in 2001,...