brute force definition

  • noun:
    • a technique of achieving anything primarily by way of strength, with no using technical helps or, in fight, without strategic planning or strategies.
    • a way of computation wherein all permutations of problematic tend to be attempted manually until a person is discovered that provides a solution, in contrast to the implementation of an even more smart algorithm.
  • adjective:
    • the use of predominantly hard physical work to quickly attain a target that would be accomplished with less effort if much more very carefully considered. Figuratively, repetitive or intense application of an evident or quick technique, as compared with an even more clever stratagem achieving the same objective with less energy; -- .

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