Meaning of iteratively in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɪt(ə)rətɪvli/


See iterative

‘We use a Markovian approach to calculate the probabilities of identity by descent iteratively from one generation to the next, assuming an infinite allele model.’
  • ‘This process was repeated iteratively, one tree - length step at a time, until the consensus result did not support the given phylogenetic hypothesis suggested by the EMPT’
  • ‘Okay, you will now program it iteratively, not recursively.’
  • ‘Applied iteratively, they have a blurring effect on an array of pixels (integers in computer memory.)’
  • ‘As discussed earlier, plan feasibility is assessed continuously and iteratively until it is determined that the modified plan will be able to support the operation.’