Minimal may refer to:
- Minimal element, an element of a subset
- Minimal music, a style of music
- Minimal techno, a minimalist sub-genre of techno
- Minimalism, an art movement
- Minimalism (computing), the application of minimalist philosophies and principles in hardware and software design and usage
- "Minimal" (song), a song by Pet Shop Boys
- Minimally invasive procedure
Other articles related to "minimal":
... Minimal mappings are the result of an advanced technique of semantic matching, a technique used in computer science to identify information which is semantically related ... Among all possible mappings, the minimal mapping is such that all other mapping elements can be computed from the minimal set in an amount of time proportional to the size of the input graphs (linear time ... The main advantage of minimal mappings is that they minimize the number of nodes for subsequent processing ...
... The result was a collective album called Minimal Beasts, and in December 2009, the first single Stroma won the people's choice prize of Bài Hát Việt show in Vietnam ... Ha Tran Productions released Minimal Beasts in the U.S ...
... behavior of men and women differ is in their use of minimal responses, i.e ... For example, "minimal responses appearing "throughout streams of talk", such as "mm" or "yeah", not only function to display active listening and interest and are not always signs of "support work", as Fishman ... They can - as more detailed analysis of minimal responses show—signal understanding, demonstrate agreement, indicate scepticism or a critical attitude, demand clarification or ...
... A C-minimal structure is a structure M, in a signature containing the symbol C, such that C satisfies the above axioms and every set of elements of M that is definable with parameters in M is a Boolean ... A theory is called C-minimal if all of its models are C-minimal ... A structure is called strongly C-minimal if its theory is C-minimal ...
Famous quotes containing the word minimal:
“For those parents from lower-class and minority communities ... [who] have had minimal experience in negotiating dominant, external institutions or have had negative and hostile contact with social service agencies, their initial approaches to the school are often overwhelming and difficult. Not only does the school feel like an alien environment with incomprehensible norms and structures, but the families often do not feel entitled to make demands or force disagreements.”
—Sara Lawrence Lightfoot (20th century)