- sub- + problem (Wiktionary)
“The sources of complexity are the intrinsic complexity of each subproblem, plus the interaction of subproblems.”
“The process repeats until each subproblem resolves itself into one that can be physically dealt with.”
“Sometimes the principle—the conceptual solution—is stitched together from existing functionalities, each one solving a subproblem.”
“Each subproblem could potentially be solved in several ways.”
“Here recursiveness comes into play, because each obstacle stretch becomes its own subproblem and requires its own solution or subprinciple or subtechnology, in our case.”
“It is a process that continues until each problem and subproblem resolves itself into one that can be physically dealt with—until the chain is fully in place.”
“It was inspired by snidegrrl making some comment somewhere about her "feminist utopia" and ever since I've been thinking of how I'd resolve problem X and how those resolutions could create subproblem Y and how I'd fix that and so on.”
“The wording of the scientists' research abstract is really quite something: "We identify a subproblem--the 'that's what she said' problem--with two distinguishing characteristics: (1) use of nouns that are euphemisms for sexually explicit nouns and (2) structure common in the erotic domain.”
“Even if a subproblem splits into two, you know that it won't invalidate the convergence properties.”
“You also need that the same subproblem/parameter combination (ideally many or most combinations) will be used many times. memoize function Usage: (memoize f) Returns a memoized version of a referentially transparent function.”
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