Definición de heuristic en inglés:

heuristic

Saltos de línea: heur|is¦tic
Pronunciación: /ˌhjʊ(ə)ˈrɪstɪk
 
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adjetivo

1Enabling a person to discover or learn something for themselves: a ‘hands-on’ or interactive heuristic approach to learning
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  • This work will follow two complementary approaches, heuristic and machine learning.
  • Emotions, he says, are ‘our main heuristic guide to discovering moral truths’.
  • When we use the term ‘discourses’ we refer to a heuristic device which enables us to talk about configurations of metaphors, analogies and connotations.
1.1 Computing Proceeding to a solution by trial and error or by rules that are only loosely defined.
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  • Using its rule base, SA performs a wide range of heuristic tests on email headers and body text to identify and score spam.
  • Other iterative heuristic rules that have been commonly used include the prioritization of sites by the rarity of the surrogates present in them.
  • His research interests include evolutionary computation, heuristic optimization, policy and strategic analysis, and social algorithms.

sustantivo

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1A heuristic process or method.
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  • It should be pointed out that this process is a heuristic.
  • Here are the heuristics we use in determining what level someone is at.
  • Like everything else in sociology, it's a fuzzy heuristic.
1.1 (heuristics) [usually treated as singular] The study and use of heuristic techniques.
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  • An example is the use in military affairs of an ancient enough science, heuristics.
  • A serious problem with ‘mathematical idea analysis’ is that heuristics cannot distinguish true results from false ones.
  • This is an application of heuristics, learning from practical experience.

Origen

early 19th century: formed irregularly from Greek heuriskein 'find'.

Derivativos

heuristically

adverbio
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  • My layered theoretical approach, moving heuristically from individuals to social relationships to wider social structures, was reflected in the multiple readings employed within this analytic strategy.
  • By restricting the search space heuristically, the algorithms can handle larger number of sequences.
  • The number of sessions needed and the type of treatment carried out were determined heuristically, depending partly on the nature of the symptoms and partly on patients' priorities.

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