overbound

overbound

(ˌəʊvəˈbaʊnd)
vb (tr)
1. (Physical Geography) to set the limits or boundary of (an area of land or property) wrongly so that it extends too far or is too large
2. archaic literary to jump or bound over (an object)
3. archaic rare to exceed (the bounds or limits of something)
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Here we include algorithms that return answers that are guaranteed to be under-bounds, or over-bounds, of the correct value, as we view an underbound of p as meaning the answer is guanteed to be in the interval [p, 1]; and an overbound of q means it is in [0, q].