### Some articles on *maximum*:

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 ... if f(x) is 1−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 ... One can distinguish 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 ...### More definitions of "maximum":

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

Synonyms: upper limit

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

Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, level best

- (
*noun*): The point on a curve where the tangent changes from positive on the left to negative on the right.

### Famous quotes containing the word maximum:

“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)

“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)