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bounded

(theory)
In domain theory, a subset S of a cpo X is bounded if there exists x in X such that for all s in S, s <= x. In other words, there is some element above all of S. If every bounded subset of X has a least upper bound then X is boundedly complete.

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This duration is again bounded but is much smaller than the longest possible system call.
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