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critical point

noun benchmark, bookmark, critical point, crux, essence, essential matter, fundamental part, gist, gravamen, heart, key point, linchpin, main point, maaerial point, milestone, pivotal point, prime issue, salient point, substance, substantive point, turning point
See also: cornerstone, crossroad, emergency, main point
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In Section 2 we state some preliminary results while in Section 3 the study of the critical points is performed.
By multiplying the variations of the components mentioned above and by integrating this product in the selected variation range of the magnetic field's module as well as other main criterion of parking place detection, we can determine, according to the mathematical sign or value of the result obtained, whether the vehicle at the critical point is in the parking place or not.
We deduced the critical points to consider in order to control the proliferation of Legionella.
How does an interactive geometry program make it possible to treat a broad subject like critical points of functions in a unified sway, across a wide range of courses at different levels?
However, from first principles in differential topology, local minima turn out to be difficult to analyse independently from other critical points, namely saddles and local maxima.
Despite the importance of quality notes as an aid to academic success, university students are notoriously poor notetakers who often fail to record even half of the critical points from a lecture (Baker & Lombardi, 1985).
The only player not to lose a set during the entire tournament, Ellis won all the critical points in the win over Bowlby and becomes the first CLU tennis player to win the national title.
Unwired's selection of Allot is a repeat of the provider's experience in Sydney where Allot NetEnforcer AC-1000 units are deployed at critical points in Unwired's wireless broadband network to enable real-time monitoring and dynamic control of bandwidth use.
It included 104 men and women who were randomly divided into two groups--one that received alternative therapies at critical points in the preoperative and recovery periods, and one that received standard care.
The enabling capabilities of its columns, shorter method development times needed, and higher capacity and throughput in batch chromatography all address critical points in the drug development pipeline, helping to speed new drugs into clinical trials.
DeepNines SEP is a converged security appliance that is deployed in front of the router, or at critical points in the network architecture, and acts as the first line of defense against threats.