What is solved?

  • (adj): Explained or answered.
    Example: "Mysteries solved and unsolved
    Synonyms: resolved

Some articles on solved:

SSS* - Algorithm
... to identify nodes, is a root), - state of the node (L - the node is live, which means it's not solved yet and S - the node is solved), - value of the solved node ...
Myth Busters (2008 Season) - Episode 105 – "Viral Hour" - Conclusion
... videos online that showed Adam solving a Rubik's Cube with his feet while Jamie solved one blindfolded ... In reality, they started with solved cubes and just manipulated them randomly ... footage backwards in order to give the illusion that they solved the puzzles ...
Sequential Minimal Optimization - Algorithm
... possible sub-problems, which are then solved analytically ... the constraints are reduced to and this reduced problem can be solved analytically ... satisfy the KKT conditions (within a user-defined tolerance), the problem has been solved ...
Snake Cube - Etymology
... the puzzle looks like before and after it is solved ... Before it is solved it looks like a snake and when it is solved it is a cube ...

Famous quotes containing the word solved:

    Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and Determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “Press On”, has solved and will always solve the problems of the human race.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    America is a great country. It has many shortcomings, many social inequalities, and it’s tragic that the problem of the blacks wasn’t solved fifty or even a hundred years ago, but it’s still a great country, a country full of opportunities, of freedom! Does it seem nothing to you to be able to say what you like, even against the government, the Establishment?
    Golda Meir (1898–1978)

    [In government] the problem to be solved is, not what form of government is perfect, but which of the forms is least imperfect.
    James Madison (1751–1836)