Synsets for "objective"

Synset: aim.n.02

Synonyms: aim

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

Examples: the sole object of her trip was to see her children

Lemmas: aim object objective target

Hypernym: goal

Hyponym: business grail point thing

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Synset: objective.n.02

Synonyms: objective

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed

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Lemmas: objective objective_lens object_lens object_glass

Hypernym: lens

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Synset: objective.a.01

Synonyms: objective

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: undistorted by emotion or personal bias; based on observable phenomena

Examples: an objective appraisal | objective evidence

Lemmas: objective nonsubjective

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Antonyms: subjective

    

Synset: objective.a.02

Synonyms: objective

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: serving as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes

Examples: objective case | accusative endings

Lemmas: objective accusative

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Synset: objective.s.03

Synonyms: objective

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: emphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings, insertion of fictional matter, or interpretation

Examples: objective art

Lemmas: objective documentary

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Synset: objective.s.04

Synonyms: objective

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: belonging to immediate experience of actual things or events

Examples: objective benefits | an objective example | there is no objective evidence of anything of the kind

Lemmas: objective

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Objective precision Objective precision is distinguished against formal precision. Whereas objective precision is a process on the part of objective "concepts" (the objective correlates of the mental acts by means of which something is being conceived) formal precision is the corresponding process on the part of formal concepts or the mental "acts" themselves. Objective and formal precision are the two aspects (objective and subjective) of abstraction.
Objective precision In philosophy and second scholasticism, objective precision (Latin "praecisio obiectiva") is the "objective" aspect of abstraction. Objective precision is the process by which certain features (the differentiae) of the real object of a formal concept are excluded from the comprehension of that concept; the object is thus being intentionally transformed into a universal objective concept. Objective precision is thus a process by which universal objective concepts arise. It is the "objective" aspect of the process of (total) abstraction or concept-formation.
TEG (board game) Apart from the "common objective", players have a secret objective; unlike the "common objective", the secret objective is:
Multi-objective optimization A multi-objective optimization problem is an optimization problem that involves multiple objective functions. In mathematical terms, a multi-objective optimization problem can be formulated as
Objective-C Objective-C source code 'implementation' program files usually have .m filename extensions, while Objective-C 'header/interface' files have .h extensions, the same as C header files. Objective-C++ files are denoted with a .mm file extension.
Objective-J Programs written in Objective-J need to be preprocessed before being run by a web browser's JavaScript virtual machine. This step can occur in the web browser at runtime or by a compiler which translates Objective-J programs into pure JavaScript code. The Objective-J compiler is written in JavaScript; consequently, deploying Objective-J programs does not require a web browser plug-in. Objective-J can be compiled and run on Node.js.
Objective-C Objective-C++ is a language variant accepted by the front-end to the GNU Compiler Collection and Clang, which can compile source files that use a combination of C++ and Objective-C syntax. Objective-C++ adds to C++ the extensions that Objective-C adds to C. As nothing is done to unify the semantics behind the various language features, certain restrictions apply:
Multi-objective optimization In other words, the components of a nadir and an ideal objective vector define upper and lower bounds for the objective function values of Pareto optimal solutions, respectively. In practice, the nadir objective vector can only be approximated as, typically, the whole Pareto optimal set is unknown. In addition, a utopian objective vector formula_22 with
Wigner's friend According to objective collapse theories, wave function collapse occurs when a superposed systems reaches a certain objective threshold of size, complexity etc. Objective collapse proponents
Shattered Union The objective of the battle is either to destroy all the enemy's units or capture enough objective towns to control the battlefield. Objective towns can be identified for both their Objective Point worth and position on the Map screen, and can be made visible on the main battle screen using the Objective button (flag).
Orchestrated objective reduction No evidence supports Penrose's objective reduction, but the theory is considered testable and the FELIX (experiment) has been suggested to evaluate and measure the objective criterion.
TEG (board game) The Common objective is to conquer 30 countries; this objective is the same for all players.
Hermeneutics Karl Popper first used the term "objective hermeneutics" in his "Objective Knowledge" (1972).
Abraham Walkowitz "A Demonstration of Objective, Abstract and Non-Objective Art". Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1945.
David Hallam Hallam’s constituency benefited from Objective 5B, Objective 2, and Leader II regional funds.
Generalized distributive law where formula_90 is the formula_91 objective function and formula_87 is the formula_93 objective function.
Objective-J Objective-J is a programming language developed as part of the Cappuccino web development framework. Its syntax is nearly identical to the Objective-C syntax and it shares with JavaScript the same relationship that Objective-C has with the C programming language: that of being a strict, but small, superset; adding traditional inheritance and Smalltalk/Objective-C style dynamic dispatch. Pure JavaScript, being a prototype-based language, already has a notion of object orientation and inheritance, but Objective-J adds the use of class-based programming to JavaScript.
Objective-C At the 2006 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced the release of "Objective-C 2.0," a revision of the Objective-C language to include "modern garbage collection, syntax enhancements, runtime performance improvements, and 64-bit support". Mac OS X v10.5, released in October 2007, included an Objective-C 2.0 compiler. GCC 4.6 supports many new Objective-C features, such as declared and synthesized properties, dot syntax, fast enumeration, optional protocol methods, method/protocol/class attributes, class extensions and a new GNU Objective-C runtime API.
Multi-objective optimization Scalarizing a multi-objective optimization problem is an a priori method, which means formulating a single-objective optimization problem such that optimal solutions to the single-objective optimization problem are Pareto optimal solutions to the multi-objective optimization problem. In addition, it is often required that every Pareto optimal solution can be reached with some parameters of the scalarization. With different parameters for the scalarization, different Pareto optimal solutions are produced. A general formulation for a scalarization of a multiobjective optimization is thus
Multi-objective optimization In the case of bi-objective problems, informing the decision maker concerning the Pareto front is usually carried out by its visualization: the Pareto front, often named the tradeoff curve in this case, can be drawn at the objective plane. The tradeoff curve gives full information on objective values and on objective tradeoffs, which inform how improving one objective is related to deteriorating the second one while moving along the tradeoff curve. The decision maker takes this information into account while specifying the preferred Pareto optimal objective point. The idea to approximate and visualize the Pareto front was introduced for linear bi-objective decision problems by S.Gass and T.Saaty. This idea was developed and applied in environmental problems by J.L. Cohon. A review of methods for approximating the Pareto front for various decision problems with a small number of objectives (mainly, two) is provided in.