# Betekenis van: upper bound

upper bound
Zelfstandig naamwoord
• (mathematics) a number equal to or greater than any other number in a given set

### Voorbeeldzinnen

1. Upper bound
2. Upper-bound concentrations; upper-bound concentrations are calculated on the assumption that all values of the different congeners below the limit of quantification are equal to the limit of quantification.
3. by adding, for each of the other underlying funds, the subscription and redemption fees plus the best available upper-bound assessment of TER-eligible costs.
4. The value u2σ is the upper bound of the 2σ confidence interval of the maximum resultant induced air speeds in the x-y platform plane.
5. The value u2σ is the upper bound of the 2σ confidence interval of the maximum resultant induced air speeds in the x-y ground plane.
6. This shall be evaluated by using an upper Poisson tolerance bound which will determine the acceptable variability based on the number of accidents that occurred in the different Member States.
7. In addition, the variations in the amounts deposited with the Treasury in the years 1995-2005, as a consequence of the legal changes, should also have induced a private borrower to take the five-year average life identified by the prudential model referred to above as an upper bound for the purpose of setting its own rate offering.
8. The vertical distance between the top of rail and the surrounding ground level is 0,75m ± 0,25m. The value u2σ is the upper bound of the 2σ confidence interval of the maximum resultant induced air speeds in the x-y ground plane.
9. If the assessment is successful for a platform height of 240 mm or lower, the train shall be deemed to be acceptable for all lines. The value u2σ is the upper bound of the 2σ confidence interval of the maximum resultant induced air speeds in the x-y platform plane.
10. The value Δp2σ shall be the upper bound of a 2σ interval of (pmax – pmin) based on at least 10 independent and comparable test samples (at a certain measuring height) with ambient wind speeds of less than or equal to 2 m/s.
11. by adding, for each of the other underlying funds, the subscription and redemption fees plus the best available upper-bound assessment of TER-eligible costs. This should include the maximum management fee and the last available performance fee for that fund, weighted on the basis of the UCITS investment proportion.
12. Under the assumptions and with the methodology used in the Czech report, which is being scrutinised by the Scientific Committee, the limit MOS ratio of 1 was not exceeded in any of the exposure scenarios, including the upper-bound scenario studied, i.e. assuming that 100 % of supplied food originates from fertiliser-applied areas and that the cadmium content is at the level of 90 mg/kg P2O5.
13. The considered event shall be that of a whole train passing and shall consist of the time period starting 1 second before the passing of the train head and finishing 10 seconds after the train tail passes. The measurements shall be taken at 1,5 m, 1,8 m, 2,1 m, 2,4 m, 2,7 m, 3,0 m and 3,3 m height above the top of rail and shall be analysed separately for each measuring position. For any position the Δp2σ-requirement needs to be fulfilled. The value Δp2σ shall be the upper bound of a 2σ interval of (pmax – pmin) based on at least 10 independent and comparable test samples (at a certain measuring height) with ambient wind speeds of less than or equal to 2 m/s.
14. In relevant cases the higher of the two half year figures has been taken into account as an upper bound for full year figures in order to derive best current practice figures.Data given for Austria: data concern retail and wholesale lines; statistics correspond to the Directive (95 % of delivery times), data include also orders in locations where infrastructure has to be built; for 2 Mbit/s no distinction between structured and unstructured lines; for 34 Mbit/s and 155 Mbit/s the sample is too small for reliable statistics; specific customer delay, customer-requested changes on the target-delivery date (no ‘best effort deliveries’) and on project orders are excluded; delivery times are calculated from time of acceptance of a signed contract, if no other date (see customers’ delays) is agreed.