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1Relating to or involving iteration, especially of a mathematical or computational process.

*‘This book is the result of an iterative process of consulting with experts in the field of computer and network security.’**‘An iterative best-fit curve computational program is used to determine k.’**‘In fact, the development process was based on iterative development and improvement of source code.’**‘This is a general definition of an iterative process that works for any function f.’**‘Playful iterative processes are likely to fit the bill.’**‘The development of the model was an iterative process that involved testing and refinement.’**‘Consider, for instance, the iterative geometric process of creating flaky pastry dough.’**‘He may get curious about other instances of iterative processes and their general theory.’**‘Finally, we investigated the performance of the iterative procedure.’**‘However, the biasing potential still cannot be easily determined without rather a tedious iterative procedure.’**‘The starting values required for the iterative procedure were estimated graphically.’**‘To reassign out-of-focus light to its point of origin, the data was processed using an iterative constrained deconvolution algorithm.’**‘Often various iterative algorithms are tested by using them to compute the digits of familiar numbers like [pi].’**‘The crosses in figure 2 display the results of the iterative method.’**‘Research shows that iterative methods reduce the risk of failure, compared to traditional models of development.’**‘In a paper published three years later, Farkas examined the convergence of more general iterative methods.’**‘Thus, we cannot use the same iterative approach as detailed in this paper.’**‘Chasing the elusive fun factor implies a much more iterative approach to development.’**‘Subsequently, iterative profile refinement was used to make the profile searches more sensitive.’**‘Thus the only appropriate deconvolution method that can be used is the iterative convolution.’*

- 1.1Linguistics Denoting a grammatical rule that can be applied repeatedly.
**incessant**, constant, unremitting, iterative, repeated, repetitive - 1.2Grammar another term for frequentative
*‘There is a class of verbs in all the Dravidian languages that have sometimes been called iterative or frequentative.’*

Late 15th century from French itératif, -ive, from Latin iterare ‘to repeat’; the grammar term is from late Latin iterativus.

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