Imperfect [adjective]

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“Poker is the main benchmark and challenge program for games of imperfect information,” Sandholm told me on a warm spring afternoon in 2018, when we met in his offices in Pittsburgh.

Apple’s counter to this is its SKAdNetwork, an imperfect application programming interface it launched two years ago, that developers can use to get basic data about their in-app ad campaign performance.

Tired of technology that isolates us from one another, people are seeking out and placing greater value on physical, authentic, and imperfect experiences delivered by humans.

Layering imperfect interventions can, in a similar way, slow down transmission.

The way that I would view it is that the world is imperfect because we haven’t used science in policy making.

Where these overtones are interfered with by any imperfection in the instrument the result is a harsh or imperfect sound.

We suffer, nearly all of us, from a lack of quantitative grasp and from an imperfect grasp of form.

A coquette is said to be an imperfect incarnation of Cupid, as she keeps her beau, and not her arrows, in a quiver.

On the part of the believer, his faith and imperfect obedience, though necessary, are not a condition.

This description is only imperfect in this point that sufficient stress is not laid on the words fall off.