# set+bounds+to

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**set bounds**— index limit Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …2

**set bounds to**— index demarcate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …3

**set bounds to**— define limits, set borders …4

**Bounds Green tube station**— is a London Underground station, located at the junction of Bounds Green Road and Brownlow Road, in North London.The station is on the Piccadilly Line, between Wood Green and Arnos Grove stations, and is on the boundary between Travelcard Zone 3… …5

**set**— vb 1 Set, settle, fix, establish mean to cause someone or something to be put securely in position. Set is the most inclusive of these terms, sometimes implying placing in a definite location, especially to serve some definite purpose {set a… …6

**bounds**— n. 1) to set the bounds 2) out of bounds to 3) within bounds 4) (misc.) to know no bounds (her generosity knew no bounds) * * * out of bounds to to set the bounds within bounds (misc.) to know no bounds (her generosity knew no bounds) …7

**Upper and lower bounds**— In mathematics, especially in order theory, an upper bound of a subset S of some partially ordered set ( P , le;) is an element of P which is greater than or equal to every element of S . The term lower bound is defined dually as an element of P… …8

**Dominating set**— For Dominator in control flow graphs, see Dominator (graph theory). Dominating sets (red vertices). In graph theory, a dominating set for a graph G = (V, E) is a subset D of V such that every vertex not in D is joined to at… …9

**K-set (geometry)**— In discrete geometry, a k set of a finite point set S in the Euclidean plane is a subset of k elements of S that can be strictly separated from the remaining points by a line. More generally, in Euclidean space of higher dimensions, a k set of a… …10

**Good-deal bounds**— are price bounds for a financial portfolio which depends on an individual trader s preferences. Mathematically, if A is a set of portfolios with future outcomes which are acceptable to the trader, then define the function by where AT is the set… …