He had not eaten for several days, and we could see this was likely a terminal state
, and he was near the end-of-life.
The Socialist bill envisaged legalisation for medically-assisted death based on an informed request by patients suffering profoundly from a serious, incurable illness with no expected improvement in sight, in a terminal state
, or suffering from a widely incapacitating lesion.
One of the methods of the first group is a "terminal state
method" (TSM) .
Fly-strike develops quickly: within a 24-hour period an otherwise stable rabbit can enter a terminal state
of shock due to maggot infestation.
Zhou, "A maximum principle for stochastic optimal control with terminal state
constraints, and its applications," Communications in Information and Systems, vol.
One is prediction guidance, which constrains the current and terminal state
through spline curve in each guidance period.
Much to the doctor's shock, by the time the hospital's ambulance reached the other medical centre only minutes away, the patient was already in a terminal state
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The futility of continuing in a medically terminal state
and the financial burden on the family obviously add to the urgency for a decision on the controversial subject," said CPI ( M) MP A.
(2,3) In other words, people distinguish between having a terminal diagnosis (a disease they will eventually die from despite aggressive treatment but may still have an acceptable quality of life) and being in a terminal state
(near death with no chance of improvement).
The first one is terminal state
equality constraint, which depends only on the final state of the system, whereas the other one is continuous inequality constraints on the control and the state, which restrict control and state at every point in the time horizon.