co-recursive

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co- +‎ recursive

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co-recursive (not comparable)

  1. (computing) Describing a definition, particularly of an algorithm, given in terms of its output, rather than its input.
    Co-recursive algorithms allow infinite large objects to be used without necessarily running out of memory.

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