upper bound


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upper bound

n.
A number that is greater than or equal to every number in a given set of real numbers.
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Noun1.upper bound - (mathematics) a number equal to or greater than any other number in a given set
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
bound, boundary, edge - a line determining the limits of an area
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To minimize the upper bound (12) , the subcarrier allocation scheme becomes
We gave the following upper bound for [absolute value of ([[gamma].
But supermassive black holes will be able to go beyond that upper bound by means of black hole mergers, which follow from galactic mergers; as galaxies merge, at one point the supermassive black holes at the center of both galaxies will enter a gravitational dance, spiral into each other and eventually merge to become one bigger supermassive black hole.
Our plan for future research in this field is to provide a tight upper bound to the advantage that can be obtained by means of interactions between a finite number of bodies.
6312 which is larger than the upper bound, hence the null hypothesis is rejected concluding there is impact of climatic factors on production of citrus fruit.
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An envelope curve covering all the plotted points has an upper bound value for the maximum observed floods.
Using this result an upper bound can be proved without any restriction on f, which is of the same order as the lower bound in the left-hand side of (5)
This conjecture is far from being settled, as notably (1) no constant upper bound on [[chi]'.
Specially to avoid the single dominating attribute situation, we calculate the upper bound weight of each attribute.
The Central Bank has kept the upper bound of rates charged on outstanding balances at 29% since 2008.
In order to prove that 4 is an upper bound for the game chromatic number of a tree, Faigle et al.