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Synonyms for extremum

the point located farthest from the middle of something

the most extreme possible amount or value

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As an extremum point of ln [laplace](t, [sigma]), [t.
Numerical Optimization-Based Extremum Seeking Control With Application to ABS Design.
After the extremum appears in the two-contact substrate, voltage increase in the single-contact substrate starts to slacken at the same time.
LAMBDA]]/dk fragments of the curves of these functions in the vicinity of the extremum points for all parameters are shown.
Based on the theory of ICA, a local extremum in the solution space of the projection direction is obtained if the negentropy is the objective function.
BEMD extracts the local extremum of a 2D image signal point to accomplish the 2D screening of BIMF and image processing.
The following features were derived from the time domain: Root mean square (RMS), power, energy, absolute extremum, intensity, shimmer, jitter, harmonic-to-noise ratio (HNR), and pitch.
b) calculations for coordinate x close to zero and near by extremum require more attention;
We characterize for any the (n n+2)-graphs with the extremum (minimum for 0 less than less than 1 and maximum for less than 0 or greater than 1) zeroth-order general Randic index of (n n + 2)-graphs.
Quid si carpere singula et extorquere, et exaequari ad extremum viris patiemini?
In the article "Extremum Seeking for Wind and Solar Energy Applications," authors Azad Ghaffari, Miroslav Krstic and Sridhar Seshagiri discuss the extremum seeking method, its suitability for energy systems, and its application to wind and solar energy conversion systems.
This circumstance accounts for the appearance of the extremum in function (16).
is the only extremum and the global minimum of the function V [member of] [R.
It has been discovered that one of the most effective methods of structure optimization is the application of both--the theory of mathematical programming of extremum energy principles and plastic properties of materials (Atkociunas, Karkauskas 2010; Karkauskas, Norkus 2006; Popov, Karkauskas 2005; Kalanta 1997).