relative maximum

relative maximum

[′rel·ə·tiv ′mak·sə·məm]
(mathematics)
A value of a function at a point x0 which is equal to or greater than the values of the function at all points in some neighborhood of x0.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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2935.2 [+ or -] 951.2 W, P<0.0001), and relative maximum power (41.9 [+ or -] 5.8 W vs.
In addition to the important changes in heart rate, the present study found a significant decrease in absolute and relative maximum muscle power after RST.
where the indicator sign [A.sub.max] is the relative maximum average number of the primary characteristic values that exceed [[alpha].sub.1], i.e.
a.3) For [w.sub.2] [??][0,1/2], as t increases marginally above 14 , there are levels of [w.sub.2] such that Union 1's utility function, [W.sub.1], has an interior relative maximum in Region II.
Thus, for [w.sub.2] [??][0,4t - 1], the first-order conditions of Equation 13 yield that, in Region II, a relative maximum is reached at [w.sub.1] = (1 + [w.sub.2])/4.
Even if the relative maximum moving speed and minimum distance are not known accurately, it is also possible to estimate the approximate DOA changing scope based on the concrete application.
As previously mentioned, the diameter or the radial cutting depth of the tool affects the maximum length of fraying and the relative maximum is the longest measured overlapping fiber in percentage of the maximum length.
Relative maximum and minimum relative humidity will be as follows:
The necessary condition of finding the relative maximum or minimum of f (x) subject to the constraints [g.sub.1] (x) = [c.sub.1], [g.sub.2] (x) = [c.sub.2], ..., and [g.sub.p] (x) = [c.sub.p] that is not on the boundary of the region where f (x) and gi(x) are defined can be found by solving the system
The impact phase was defined as the time interval from initial foot contact on the force plate to the first relative maximum of the GRF.

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