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maximal

adjective Referring to a maximum (often used interchangeably).

maximum

(măks′ĭ-mŭm) plural.maxima [L. maximus, greatest]
1. The greatest quantity or effect.
2. Height of a disease.
maximal (-măl), adjective
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In separate days of the month temperature decrease is expected: at night to +12...+140C, in the daytime of separate days of the month temperature will increase up to +36...+380C (average annual absolute minimal temperature is +2...+40C, maximal is +38...+390C).
Certain medications and medical conditions can change the maximal HR achievable and be a reason for lower intensity goals.
During maximal exercise testing, the SEMG activities were recorded from the diaphragm and intercostal muscles.
Maximal has nearly 600 employees, and its 133,000 square meter facility in the Lushan Industry Area near Hangzhou, approximately 200 miles southwest of Shanghai, has a current production capacity of 30,000 units.
Wisloff, U., Castagna, C., Helgerud, J., Jones, R., & Hoff, J., 2004, Strong correlation of maximal squat strength with sprint performance and vertical jump height in elite soccer players.
In this paper, we describe the maximal inverse subsemigroups of F(X, Y) and completely determine all the maximal regular subsemigroups of its ideals.
Recently, the investigation of the regularity properties of the discrete maximal operators has also attracted the attention of many authors.
Founded in 2006, Zhejiang Maximal Forklift Co Ltd is a privately-held, major Chinese OEM of utility and standard lift trucks and specialized material handling equipment involved in the design, manufacture, service and distribution of Class 1 electric and Class 5 internal combustion engine counterbalance utility and standard platforms, and Class 2 and Class 3 electric warehouse products in both the local China and global markets.
(12) maximal effort criteria were adopted: (a) V[O.sub.2] plateau (increase [less than or equal to]150 mL*[min.sup.-1] or 2 mL*[kg.sup.-1]*[min.sup.-1]); (b) respiratory exchange ratio (RER) [greater than or equal to]1.15; (c) 90% of the HR max predicted by the age (220 - age); (d) effort perception concept [greater than or equal to]19 (5); and (e) maximal volitional fatigue with incapacity to support the ride cadence.
(c) The text on lines 1, 2, and 3 from below on page 8 (right column) should be deleted, Corollary 9 and its proof in [1, p.9] should be deleted, and the text reading "The following corollary gives a characterization of linear maximal monotone operator in separable reflexive Banach space" should be deleted.
Generally, HR increases linearly during incremental to maximal exercise; however, a breaking point (i.e., HR threshold) is eventually obtained after which the slope may increase or decrease until maximal heart rate (HRmax).
The main application was exactly the vector-valued extension of the classical Hardy-Littlewood maximal theorem as in [5] to spherical means.