Feasible

  • (adv): In a practicable manner; so as to be feasible.
    Synonyms: practicably
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Some articles on feasible:

Systems Engineers - Systems Engineering Topics - Optimization and The Trade Space
... At times a systems engineer must assess the existence of feasible solutions, and rarely do customer inputs arrive at only one ... Although some customer requirements produce no feasible solution, constraints must be traded to find one or more feasible solutions ... Most commonly, many feasible solutions can be found, and a sufficient set of constraints and cost function must be defined to produce an optimal solution ...
Active Set
... to minimize or maximize, and a set of constraints that define the feasible region, that is, the set of all x to search for the optimal solution ... Given a point in the feasible region, a constraint is called active at if and inactive at if Equality constraints are always active ... In general an active set algorithm has the following structure Find a feasible starting point repeat until "optimal enough" solve the equality problem defined by the active set (approximately) compute the Lagrange ...
Knowledge Space
... one models a domain of knowledge as a set of concepts, and a feasible state of knowledge as a subset of that set containing the concepts known or knowable by some ... Typically, not all subsets are feasible, due to prerequisite relations among the concepts ... The knowledge space is the family of all the feasible subsets ...
Core (game Theory)
... In game theory, the core is the set of feasible allocations that cannot be improved upon by a subset (a coalition) of the economy's consumers ... A coalition is said to improve upon or block a feasible allocation if the members of that coalition are better off under another feasible allocation that is identical ... The core is the set of all feasible allocations with the core property ...
Ellipsoid Method - Inequality-Constrained Minimization
... of values recording the smallest objective value of feasible iterates so far ... Depending on whether or not the point is feasible, we perform one of two tasks If is feasible, perform essentially the same update as in the unconstrained case, by choosing a subgradient that satisfies If is ... Our feasibility cut may be a subgradient of which must satisfy for all feasible ...

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