extremal


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ex·trem·al

 (ĭk-strē′məl)
adj.
1. Mathematics Of or relating to maximal or minimal values or degrees of inclusiveness.
2. Having or characterized by extreme properties or conditions: extremal black holes.

extremal

(ɪkˈstriːməl)
n
(Logic) maths logic the clause in a recursive definition that specifies that no items other than those generated by the stated rules fall within the definition, as in 1 is an integer, if n is an integer so is n+1, and nothing else is
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Rozenbliumas has suggested the mathematically exact calculation of the possible extremal stresses of steel in the portion between crack sand the decreasement concrete stresses.
This approach, also referred to as neighboring extremal method (Bryson and Ho, 1975; Kirk, 1970) or boundary condition iteration (Jaspan and Coull, 1972), has been used in several applications.
Since Mikolajczyk and Schmid (28) identified the maximally stable extremal region(MSER) algorithm as the best affine invariant detector in many cases, this letter focuses on two methods to design an improved robust affine invariant feature detector.
Extremal graph theory with emphasis on probabilistic methods.
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