extremum


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extremum

[ek′strēm·əm]
(mathematics)
A maximum or minimum value of a function. Also known as extreme.
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Non-gradient extremum seeking control of feedback linearizable systems with application to ABS design," Proceedings of the 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, San, Diego, Ca, pp.
The equations of the necessary condition for local extremum of ln L(t, a) are given by:
Perturbation based Extremum Seeking applied to ABS is not a new concept [2] [6] [7].
The extremum can be used for solving control tasks.
The function of partial derivative is smooth, and its use allows efficiently and automatically set the border of the extremum, which corresponds to the limit of stations' removal.
Numerical studies for the function extremum (7) by the method of complete enumeration of the parameters (L, d, P, t) space with a small step of change has permitted to establish the optimum values of the variable factors and extreme value of the HDH heating capacity given in Table 4.
1] is an extremum that is implied in the condition of Theorem 1 if the following condition is satisfied:
Polyak, "Existence theorems and convergence of minimizing sequences in extremum problems with restrictions," Soviet Mathematics Doklady, vol.
169-180] solved GAP under fuzzy environment using Extremum Difference Method.
Euler pointed out that the Creator's laws can be described equally well by time-dependent efficient cause (time-dependent state-determined equations) or final cause (timeless extremum principles).