lower bound

  1. (mathematics) a number equal to or less than any other number in a given set
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  • This paper introduced the idea of minimax reasoning for lower bounding randomized algorithms, and appeared only in FOCS 83.
  • The storage costs still imply a lower bound, but one below zero.
  • Researchers can therefore use calibrated and uncalibrated models to provide upper and lower bounds to capture true values.
  • The difference between the dashed line and the lower bound is the value of a call option on the firm. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • To ensure nondecreasing lower bounds, the hyper-rectangle to be bisected is chosen by selecting the region which contains the infimum of the minima of lower bounds.
  • But while DH levels don't set a lower bound on the convincingness of a reply, they do set an upper bound. How to Disagree
  • An almost lower bound is defined similarly as an almost upper bound.
  • That is, (D, ‰¤) is a partially ordered set in which greatest lower bounds (infima) and least upper bounds (suprema) exist for arbitrary sets of elements. Combinatory Logic
  • The upper bound and lower bound theorem of classical plasticity theory and corresponding FEM is applied to analyze the bearing capacity of gravity dam for judging the stability of the dam.
  • It is first directed forward and to the right, to the upper margin of the superior part of the duodenum, forming the lower boundary of the epiploic foramen (foramen of Winslow). VI. The Arteries. 5a. 2. The Abdominal Aorta
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