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Synonyms for bound

Synonyms for bound

to move in a lively way

a sudden lively movement

an act of bouncing or a bouncing movement

to put or form a border on

to be contiguous or next to

a demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur

the boundary surrounding a certain area

owing something, such as gratitude or appreciation, to another

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a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards

form the boundary of

confined by bonds

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held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union

secured with a cover or binding

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(usually followed by 'to') governed by fate

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covered or wrapped with a bandage

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headed or intending to head in a certain direction

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bound by an oath

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bound by contract

confined in the bowels

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t] denotes the bounding box volume of a large object.
We will estimate the number of bounding box pair intersections among these sets.
Let [Laplace] be a set of n objects where each object has aspect ratio at most [Alpha], and the bounding box of each object has size either [Alpha] (small) or [Alpha][[Sigma].
Clearly, there are only three kinds of intersections: large-large, small-small, and large-small, and we use [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to denote the corresponding bounding box intersection numbers.
i], we enlarge the bounding boxes in it to size [Alpha] [2.
Finally, every small-large pair of objects contributes an intersecting bounding box pair, and so [K.
We have analyzed the performance of a popular bounding box heuristic for collision detection in terms of two shape parameters: aspect ratio and scale factor.
Our theorems can be used to explain the empirical evidence that bounding boxes tend to improve performance.