Definition of optimization in English:

optimization

(also optimisation)

noun

mass noun
  • The action of making the best or most effective use of a situation or resource.

    ‘companies interested in the optimization of the business’
    count noun ‘the developers know many optimizations can be made’
    • ‘This is awareness, which feeds suggested optimizations back into business processes.’
    • ‘Perez denies the optimization results in a poorer image.’
    • ‘She continues to redefine optimization in the U.S., and she's redefining optimization for new media.’
    • ‘It will probably require multiple passes because the code optimization is done in steps.’
    • ‘Dynamic programming is a strategy for solving optimisation problems.’
    • ‘Of course, they again made a few optimizations in order to improve the memory controller performance.’
    • ‘Highlights include handy image optimisation, a simple animation process and a powerful image morphing tool.’
    • ‘Sometimes the problem is to convince your boss or client put effort into any optimization methods.’
    • ‘Detailed examples provide hands-on resources for implementing the suggested optimizations.’
    • ‘The company took the optimization of their software applications for multi-processor platforms very seriously.’

Pronunciation

optimization

/ɒptɪmʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/