lower set

lower set

(mathematics)
A finite non-empty downward closed subset of a partial order.
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If the value of the controlled output variable is below the lower set point the error signal will drive the control to turn fully ON, providing maximum power to the system until the value of the controlled output variable exceeds the upper set point as shown in Figure (1).
So the Kadjar feels less athletic and rides a bit more firmly that a lower set hatch - but not by much.
So the Kadjar feels less athletic and rides a bit more firmly than a lower set hatch - but not by much.
System hydraulics must be evaluated for all combinations of regulation set points at each regulator running at current pressure, and two lower set points; 10 and 20 psig below maximum operating pressure.
The owner of one mountain dispensary told me he has one set of prices for tourists, and a different, lower set for locals.
Another still-unannounced device coming from Samsung is the Galaxy S5 Mini, which has just been spotted as having a lower set of specs compared to the flagship phone.
6-litre engine has been tuned for lean burn and low emissions, and the Greenline series backs this up with stop-start technology, low rolling resistance tyres, kinetic energy recovery and even a slightly lower set body to smooth airflow.
Trough cross bedding sets have strongly curved concave-up lower set boundaries as seen in vertical sections transverse to flow (Fig.
Wani added that the activities for high street retailers are centred around lower set of margins, very fast turn-around on products, not much inventory holding compared to LFRs and focusing primarily on at least 70% of their run rate business.
It was an unpleasant surprise, however, when British Columbia recently announced that in the light of the scale of other provinces' actions to reduce dispensing income, it intended to revoke the agreement it had reached with the sector and introduce a new, lower set of rates.
The tooth was at the side of my lower set and had been filled as much as it could take.