supremum


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supremum

[su′prē·məm]
(mathematics)

supremum

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where the supremum is taken over all Banach spaces [X.
Why is the calculation of the supremum relevant for motion detection?
Sadarangani, On a quadratic integral equation with supremum involving Erdelyi-Kober fractional order, Mathematische Nachrichten.
Although this does not give the supremum over the population, as it would require a potentially infinite number of test runs, it can meet the risk requirements that will be described in the next section.
Moreover, (v, w) is both the infimum and supremum of U and L, respectively.
Moreover, each A [subset or equal to] V(D) with supremum u is associated with a reduced biclique V [right arrow] W such that V = {out(v) | v [right arrow] u [member of] E(D)} and W = {in(w) | u [right arrow] w [member of] E(D)}.
The GSADF statistic is the supremum of the test with respect to the number as well as the alternative initial observations.
The infimum (Inf (X)) and supremum (Sup (X)) of an interval refer to the lower and upper limits, respectively.
Hence, the desired integral is larger than or equal to the supremum of all such integrals [integral] s(x) dx.
The infimum and supremum are denoted with an underline and an overline respectively.