### Some articles on *maximum*:

Maxima And Minima - Finding Functional Maxima and Minima

... Furthermore, a global

... Furthermore, a global

**maximum**(or minimum) either must be a local**maximum**(or minimum) in the interior of the domain, or must lie on the boundary of the domain ... So a method of finding a global**maximum**(or minimum) is to look at all the local maxima (or minima) in the interior, and also look at the maxima (or minima) of the points on the boundary and ... whether a critical point is a local**maximum**or local minimum by using the first derivative test or second derivative test ...Solar

... Predictions of a future

**Maximum**- Predictions... Predictions of a future

**maximum**'s timing and strength are very difficult predictions vary widely ... The last solar**maximum**was in 2000 ... In 2006 NASA initially expected a solar**maximum**in 2010 or 2011, and thought that it could be the strongest since 1958 ...Arg Max

... In mathematics, arg max stands for the argument of the

... In mathematics, arg max stands for the argument of the

**maximum**, that is to say, the set of points of the given argument for which the given function attains its**maximum**value In other ... if f(x) is 1−### More definitions of "maximum":

- (
*noun*): The greatest possible degree.

Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, level best

- (
*noun*): The largest possible quantity.

Synonyms: upper limit

- (
*adj*): The greatest or most complete or best possible.

Example:*"Maximum pressure"*

Synonyms: maximal

### Famous quotes containing the word maximum:

“I had a quick grasp of the secret to sanity—it had become the ability to hold the *maximum* of impossible combinations in one’s mind.”

—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

“Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a *maximum* security prison, except for the imminent threat of release.”

—Germaine Greer (b. 1939)

“Only at his *maximum* does an individual surpass all his derivative elements, and become purely himself. And most people never get there. In his own pure individuality a man surpasses his father and mother, and is utterly unknown to them.”

—D.H. (David Herbert)