Way To Go
Iterations are used to describe the process of repeating experiments, assessments, or projects, until more accurate results are found. This idea is found in the old adage, "Practice makes perfect." In particular, "iterative" is defined as the "process of learning and development that involves cyclical inquiry, enabling multiple opportunities for people to revisit ideas and critically reflect on their implication." Unlike computing and math, Iterations are not predetermined; instead, the task is repeated until success according to some external criteria (often a test) is achieved.