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• 1reduce to method — index regulate (adjust) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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• 2Method Products — (branded as method) is a San Francisco based corporation which produces non toxic, biodegradable natural cleaning supplies with a focus on minimalist product design. Among the company s first products was an hourglass shaped bottle of dish soap,&#8230; …

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• 3Method of steepest descent — For the optimization algorithm, see Gradient descent. In mathematics, the method of steepest descent or stationary phase method or saddle point method is an extension of Laplace s method for approximating an integral, where one deforms a contour&#8230; …

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• 4Method of characteristics — In mathematics, the method of characteristics is a technique for solving partial differential equations. Typically, it applies to first order equations, although more generally the method of characteristics is valid for any hyperbolic partial&#8230; …

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• 5method — The mode or manner or orderly sequence of events of a process or procedure. SEE ALSO: fixative, operation, procedure, stain, technique. [G. methodos; fr. meta, after, + hodos, way] Abell Kendall m. a …

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• 6Monte Carlo method — Not to be confused with Monte Carlo algorithm. Computational physics …

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• 7Buteyko method — The Buteyko method or Buteyko Breathing Technique is a holistic health philosophy, primarily for the treatment of asthma, that includes a set of breathing exercises developed by the late Russian doctor Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko (Russian:&#8230; …

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• 8Petrick's method — In Boolean algebra, Petrick s method (also known as the branch and bound method) is a technique for determining all minimum sum of products solutions from a prime implicant chart. Petrick s method is very tedious for large charts, but it is easy&#8230; …

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• 9Scientific method — …

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• 10Direct stiffness method — As one of the methods of structural analysis, the direct stiffness method (DSM), also known as the displacement method or matrix stiffness method, is particularly suited for computer automated analysis of complex structures including the&#8230; …

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