before the process bailed out

English translation: prima della fine del processo iterativo

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Italian term or phrase:before the process bailed out
English translation:prima della fine del processo iterativo
Entered by: deafatcallcente

12:07 Mar 13, 2011
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Science - Physics / Acronyms and more
Italian term or phrase: before the process bailed out
Hello all!
First of all I wish to thank in advance for any kind suggestion/answer. This is about the Mandelbrot set.
The entire sentence is the following: "Then the pixel that c corresponds to is colored according to the number of iterations that occured before the process bailed out."

I translated with: "Quindi, il pixel che corrisponde a c viene colorato in base al numero delle iterazioni che si sono verificate prima che il processo fosse stato salvato.

Thanks again for your kind help,
Donatella
deafatcallcente
prima della fine del processo iterativo
Explanation:
a mio parere "bailed out" in questo caso fa riferimento all'interruzione/fine del processo iterativo, ossia una volta eseguito l'ultimo ciclo previsto il pixel viene colorato di conseguenza (vale a dire in base al risultato dell'ultimo ciclo di iterazioni)
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prima della fine del processo iterativo


Explanation:
a mio parere "bailed out" in questo caso fa riferimento all'interruzione/fine del processo iterativo, ossia una volta eseguito l'ultimo ciclo previsto il pixel viene colorato di conseguenza (vale a dire in base al risultato dell'ultimo ciclo di iterazioni)

Gianluigi Desogus, PhD
Portugal
Local time: 06:12
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in category: 4

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agree  Cristina Lo Bianco: "interruzione" mi sembra più appropriato rispetto a "fine"
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