# Constrain Definition

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A brance - and - bound method is provided for the indefinite quadratic programming problems under convex constraints. |
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A circular model with an inward fixed flange was used for the support points, with a general shear force introduced to realize the constraint conditions at the hinges. |
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A computer simulation model designed to evaluate the potential performance of a 4-wheel-drive articulated skidder under a variety of assumptions ard constraints has been developed. |
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A constrained growth algorithm of simple polygon triangulation is proposed. |
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A constrained optimization problem in primal weight space with incorporation of a regularization term was discussed. The dual problem was solved by using the kernel trick. |
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A constraining template can be used to guide data entry. |
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A constraint satisfaction model is given. A hybrid solving algorithm is designed based on constraint satisfaction and heuristics node exchange algorithm. |
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A cross-layer transmission control scheme based on Cognitive Radio(CR) for average power minimization under the constraints of collision with licensed user and buffer state is addressed. |
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A decision-tree approach to solve resource allocation problem is presented for multi-targets, under radar illuminator scheduling solutions are constrained to naval formation anti-air battle. |
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A derivation of the constraint equation a rigid body in slipless rolling in plane was given. |
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A fallen bridge might constrain your ability to get across a river. |
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A foreign - key constraint can implement referential integrity between parent and child tables. |
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A foreign key constraint allows you to define referential integrity between a parent and child table. |
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A foreign key constraint referencing this table has been dropped or changed. |
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A foreign key constraint referencing this table was dropped or changed. |
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A foreign key is a constraint that enforces referential integrity. |
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A function generator not constrained by design or commitment to a specific function only. |
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A fuzzy mathematical approach is proposed for bi level programming problems in which the upper level has constraints and the lower level consists of N independent programming units. |
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A general linear brightness model was embedded in the gradient constraint equation, which improved algorithmic stability under large carving illumination. |
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A genetic algorithm optimization procedurecombined with the dynamic penalty function is adopted. The constraint conditions areapproximated gradually to find the feasible and optimum solutions. |
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A group of ellipsoidal invariant sets is designed off-line, and then constitutes a terminal constraint convex set whose coefficients are taken as on-line optimization variables. |
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A hybrid genetic algorithm is proposed for global optimization of nonlinear programming problems with inequality constraints. |
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A method is presented for dynamic analysis of walking vehicle system with large gross motion, small elastic deformation, and discontinuous boundary constraints. |
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A method of topology optimization of grillage structure with stress constraints is presented and applied to analyze the reinforced beam of raft foundation. |
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A method to optimize the topology of grillage structure with stress constraints is presented. |
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A model for analyzing the large deflection of an elastic cantilever beam with constraint under uniformly distributed load was established. |
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A motion constraint equation for moving target is derived by the first order geometric features. |
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A new crossover operator named Extended Order Crossover (EOX) is then proposed, which has the merits of automatically satisfying procedure constraints and preserving much genetic information. |
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A new method of linearly constrained minimum variance beamforming that based on Wiener filter is proposed to improve its performance of noise reduction. |
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A new mixed farfield amplitude constraint was introduced into the iteration to provide very high mode conversion quality. |
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## Constrain

[kənˈstrān]

#### VERB

**constrains** (third person present) · **constrained** (past tense) · **constrained** (past participle) · **constraining** (present participle)

- compel or force (someone) to follow a particular course of action.