Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. in a heuristic manner

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Anyway – creating search reporting is one thing, analysing and making decisions on the reports is an entirely different issue - Baynote seems to handily solve both of these issues – by heuristically creating user context around searching.

    2007 June « Where Rasta Meets Pasta

  • Though others might want to leave this thread, I would welcome your thoughts on how design isomorphisms are an independently verified auxiliary proposition that brought ID scholars to heuristically predict that we should continue looking for function in what others considered useless genetic detritus.

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.