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 Iteration: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Iteration is the repetition of a process process quick summary:
In mathematics and computer science, recursion is a particular way of specifying (or constructing) a class of objects (or an object from a certain class) with...
In object-oriented programming, an iterator is an object allowing one to sequence through all of the elements or parts contained in some other object, typically...
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For use in the Japanese and Chinese languages see iteration mark.
It can be used both as a general term, synonymous with repetition, and to describe a specific form of repetition with a mutable state.
When used in the first sense, recursion is an example of iteration, but typically using a recursive notation, which is typically not the case for iteration.
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 Iteration at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Iteration is a characteristic of certain algorithms or computer programs in which a sequence of one or more algorithmic steps are performed in a program loop.
Reiteration is often used in order to converge on the final result when starting with an educated guess.
See also: Iterative and Incremental development -- iterator -- Iterative method -- Nash embedding theorem
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 Python programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Python also provides extensive collection manipulating abilities such as built in containment checking and a generic iteration protocol.
However, a generator is an object with persistent state, which can repeatedly enter and leave the same scope.
A generator call can then be used in place of a list, or other structure whose elements will be iterated over.
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EQUILIBRIUM, eigen values are stable points in the domain of computation and a property of the operation.
(x+1)/2 converges to an eigen value of 1 (see ITERATION).
The series of self-produced repeated and stable values that result of recursive operations in a organizationally closed system.
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