Minimal

• (a.) Of, pertaining to, or having a character of, a minim or minimum; least; smallest; as, a minimal amount or value.
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minimal

(L. minimus least) smallest or least; the smallest possible.
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minimal

(min´ĭ-mәl) smallest or least; the smallest possible. In some terms, minimal and minimum are used interchangeably.
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minimal

minimum adjective the least possible; `needed to enforce minimal standards`; `her grades were minimal`; `minimum wage`; `a minimal charge for the service`
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Minimal

Min'i·mal adjective Of, pertaining to, or having a character of, a minim or minimum; least; smallest; as, a minimal amount or value.
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Minimal

In a partially ordered set, a minimal element is one that does not follow another in the ordering. This is not to be confused with minimum. Another definition pertains to a subset with respect to some property such that no proper subset has that property. In the 0-1 knapsack problem the set of items not taken is minimal with respect to the greedy ....
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minimal

Smallest or least, the smallest possible. ... Origin: L. Minimus = least ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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minimal

[adj] - the least possible
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