superset

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superset

[′sü·pər‚set]
(computer science)
A programming language that contains all the features of a given language and has been expanded or enhanced to include other features as well.
(mathematics)
A set whose elements include all the elements of a given set.

superset

A group of commands or functions that exceed the capabilities of the original specification. Software or hardware components designed for the original specification will also operate with the superset product. However, components designed for the superset will not work with the original. Contrast with subset.
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I incorporated various methods, such as supersets and dropsets.
His daily routine consists of supersets or nonstop execution of two exercises, mostly using both bodyweight and weight resistance.
Charles Krueger, BigLever Software CEO, the Flare/Gears Bridge allows companies to establish well- structured and consolidated document supersets that support the full diversity of documents in a product line.
Traditionally, cabling categories are supersets of each
Kelly goes through her unique gym-style supersets of upper and lower body exercises for quicker results.
I did 'supersets' - which is gym-speak for performing exercises back to back - which meant I worked one muscle group (quadriceps on the front of my legs) then immediately worked another (hamstrings at the back).
Over time, those systems become supersets of our transactional systems.
Back strength results, table no.5, exercise no.2, giant supersets, formed of pull-ups, chest press and seated rows, performed one after another, without any pause; the recorded values are the following ones: an average reps value of 6.88 at pull-ups, 6.63 at chest press and 70kg weight, while in the 4th series the weight was again 40kg; the seated row recorded an average value of 8 reps and 45kg weight.
You can work through a routine in as little as 30 minutes if you perform "supersets," alternating the exercises of two opposing muscle groups such that the rest for one group occurs during the exercise of the opposing group.
To play against players of the quality of Mardy Fish has been a great experience." After the weather enforced 'first to eight supersets' of Thursday, it was back to the usual Liverpool International for mat of two sets, with a Super Tiebreak decider in the event of a draw yesterday.
In a ([gamma], [gamma]')-[T.sub.1] space, each subset A of X is the intersection of its ([gamma], [gamma]')open supersets, where [gamma] and [gamma]' are regular operations.
Through a partnership that has granted the university unrestricted access to a smorgasbord of Wolfram content, UIUC researchers have enhanced volumes of data for educational purposes, and have transcribed all of it into electronic supersets available online.