local minimum

local minimum

[′lō·kəl ′min·ə·məm]
(mathematics)
A local minimum of a function ƒ is a value ƒ(c) of ƒ where ƒ(x) ≥ ƒ(c) for all x in some neighborhood of c; if ƒ(c) is a local minimum, ƒ is said to have a local minimum at c.
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On that same date-with the peso at a low 53.48 to the dollar-the local minimum wage was $4.80 to $9.61 depending on the job and location, 20 percent higher than in Vietnam.
On July 1, the city of Chicago raised its local minimum wage to $12 an hour.
Nike, which makes the England strip socks in Bulgaria, says it does business "ethically and sustainably" and suppliers must pay "at least the local minimum wage or prevailing wage".
Local minimum wage laws are a hot topic nationally.
For example, a city council could not set a higher local minimum wage.
For example, if your state minimum wage is $9.00 and the local minimum wage is $11.00, you must generally pay your non-exempt employees who work in that city at least $11.00 per hour, since it is higher than the state minimum wage of $9.00 and the federal minimum wage of $7.25.
Pixels that slide to the same local minimum are grouped together, thus segmenting the image into a collection of small region.
Lee proposed exiting a local minimum or a cycle by changing a neuron's state.
Most states, including Alaska, exempt similar workers from local minimum wage and overtime laws as well.
Over the past two years, some tides, including Los Angeles and Seattle, have begun experiments that would push local minimum wages to as much as $15 an hour.
India's National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, passed in 2005, created a program that provides rural households with up to 100 days of annual employment on public works projects at the local minimum wage.

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