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  • noun In a heuristic manner; by using a heuristic method; by serving as a heuristic method.

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  • adverb in a heuristic manner

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Examples

  • The solution: DPI devices must watch for a particular exchange of data that occurs when Skype users initiate a voice chat each time you contact someone using Skype, the seemingly random initial burst of packet exchanges follow a common pattern that can be heuristically identified and correlated with the Skype application (Bonfiglio et.al. 2007).

    DPI: simplified and demystified

  • The Arab uprisings have been heuristically useful: they have exposed a lack of intellectual preparation, a lack of historical imagination, a lack of moral aspiration, here at home.

    Notable & Quotable

  • There is some interesting work on computer networks with heuristically optimal topology (HOT), which may shed light on the latter, evolutionary scenario.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • There is some interesting work on computer networks with heuristically optimal topology (HOT), which may shed light on the latter, evolutionary scenario.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • Olegt: There is some interesting work on computer networks with heuristically optimal topology (HOT), which may shed light on the latter, evolutionary scenario.

    De Facto Intelligent Design in Biology

  • This structure can best be heuristically visualized in the cubist art of Pablo Picasso and Diego Riviera.

    Can a Really, Really Fast Spacecraft Turn Into A Black Hole? | Universe Today

  • Now, then, I heuristically and for good reasons, distinguish between Moral mechanisms (cognitive processes dedicated to moral reasoning), and Moral content (consequence of moral reasoning such as the Ten Commandments).

    TEXAS FAITH: Do disorders of the mind stop us from being moral actors? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • John feels strongly about the scientific merit of the literature on the "authoritarian personality," whereas I'm agnostic, or at least heuristically suspicious.

    May 2008

  • InBaynotea hit gets a better ranking based on the terms searched by others who were seemingly, (heuristically speaking) satisfied with a certain search result; aresult which matched their search term or phrase.

    Search is hard – Google is truly gifted « Where Rasta Meets Pasta

  • InBaynotea hit gets a better ranking based on the terms searched by others who were seemingly, (heuristically speaking) satisfied with a certain search result; aresult which matched their search term or phrase.

    2007 June « Where Rasta Meets Pasta

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