Definition of Minimization. Meaning of Minimization. Synonyms of Minimization

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Definition of Minimization

Minimization
Minimization Min`i*mi*za"tion, n. The act or process of minimizing. --Bentham.

Meaning of Minimization from wikipedia

- code Structural risk minimization Boolean minimization, a technique for optimizing combinational digital circuits Cost-minimization analysis, in pharmacoeconomics...
- In automata theory (a branch of theoretical computer science), DFA minimization is the task of transforming a given deterministic finite automaton (DFA)...
- [http://papers.nips.cc/paper/506-principles-of-risk-minimization-for-learning-theory.pdf Principles of Risk Minimization for Learning Theory.] V. Feldman, V. Guruswami...
- table. Graphical minimization methods for two-level logic include: Marquand diagram (1881) by Allan Marquand (1853–1924) Harvard minimizing chart (1951) by...
- squares Linear programming Convex quadratic minimization with linear constraints Quadratic minimization with convex quadratic constraints Conic optimization...
- Cost-minimization is a tool used in pharmacoeconomics to compare the cost per course of treatment when alternative therapies have demonstrably equivalent...
- convex minimization problems, but subgradient projection methods and related bundle methods of descent remain competitive. For convex minimization problems...
- Empirical risk minimization LeCun, Yann. "Gradient-Based Learning Applied to Do****ent Recognition" (PDF). Structural risk minimization at the support...
- as G {\displaystyle G} ) is also the thermodynamic potential that is minimized when a system reaches chemical equilibrium at constant pressure and temperature...
- In microeconomics, the expenditure minimization problem is the dual of the utility maximization problem: "how much money do I need to reach a certain level...
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