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Optimization Routines

Definition - What does Optimization Routines mean?

Optimization routines are procedures used for finding the optimal solution for a problem related to software. Optimization routines are widely mistakenly believed to solve a problem, whereas they only aid in finding the most efficient solution for certain problems.

Techopedia explains Optimization Routines

As the name suggests, optimization routines are designed to make the most of a computer program, finding and solving execution errors, boosting performance and helping in achieving time-oriented goals. They are highly flexible, self-documented and deal with various sorts of problems. Optimization routines are among the most diverse programming tools because of their multi-purpose approach and flexibility. This tool aids in providing user-friendly solutions, thus making the entire coding and development procedure easier for the developers.

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