Sufficient

  • (adj): Of a quantity that can fulfill a need or requirement but without being abundant.
    Example: "Sufficient food"

Some articles on sufficient:

Multiple Displacement Amplification - Advantages
... MDA generates sufficient yield of DNA products ... microorganism or single cells to the amount that would be sufficient for sequencing studies ... during amplification, the amplified DNA has sufficient coverage of the source DNA molecules, which provides high quality product for genomic analysis ...
Martingales Via Local Martingales
... to prove that it is a martingale it is sufficient to prove that in L1 (as ) for every t, that is, here is the stopped process ... Thus, Condition (*) is sufficient for a local martingale being a martingale ... A stronger condition for every t is also sufficient ...
Component Causes
... However, no specific event is sufficient by itself to produce disease ... Hence such an event is a component of a sufficient cause ... See also, Sufficient cause of the disease ...
Necessary But Not Sufficient (novel)
... Necessary But Not Sufficient is a 2000 novel authored by Dr ... Necessary but not Sufficient is written as a "business novel" and shows the fictional application of the Theory of Constraints to Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and ...
Championship Cup Series - Rules - Amateur Vs. Expert
... race license for the first time, and after they have raced for sufficient time to gain sufficient experience, and have had a sufficient level of success, they will be promoted to Expert ...

Famous quotes containing the word sufficient:

    There are ... two minimum conditions necessary and sufficient for the existence of a legal system. On the one hand those rules of behavior which are valid according to the system’s ultimate criteria of validity must be generally obeyed, and on the other hand, its rules of recognition specifying the criteria of legal validity and its rules of change and adjudication must be effectively accepted as common public standards of official behavior by its officials.
    —H.L.A. (Herbert Lionel Adolphus)

    Generally speaking, the political news, whether domestic or foreign, might be written today for the next ten years with sufficient accuracy. Most revolutions in society have not power to interest, still less alarm us; but tell me that our rivers are drying up, or the genus pine dying out in the country, and I might attend.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am now quite cured of seeking pleasure in society, be it country or town. A sensible man ought to find sufficient company in himself.
    Emily Brontë (1818–1848)