isolated set

isolated set

[′ī·sə‚lād·əd ′set]
(mathematics)
A set consisting entirely of isolated points.
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For an isolated set of data, for example a single visualisation, one would advise using a simple neural network.
You can't think of powertrain as an isolated set of tradeoffs.
In this respect, it has to be observed that the entire turbine element (case FE-1) generates a larger wake with respect to the wakes generated by the isolated blade (case IB-1) and the isolated set of arms (case IA-1).
Korea: A group of South Korean lawmakers were set Tuesday to visit an isolated set of islands at the heart of a territorial dispute with Japan a move likely to stoke tensions with Tokyo still more.
During Commons question time, he told MPs: "These attacks are wholly to be condemned - fortunately it now seems these were a relatively isolated set of incidents."
Whereas modern ethics tries to arrive schematically at a concrete decision from an isolated set of unique circumstances, Aristotle starts with the moral agent and his immersion into an interlocking web of relations within the world of nature.
"This appears to be an isolated set of circumstances.
"All of this arose out of a particular isolated set of circumstances never likely to be repeated."
Pic is far stronger when isolated set pieces are used, as the links used between the other stories are strained.
One isolated set of figures is far from a hard and fast rule, but it may be worth having a small-stakes interest in some of the bigger guns in the
For example, schools often favor covering the curriculum, testing for isolated sets of skills and knowledge, and using the same materials and activities with all students.