The greatest quantity or value attainable in a given case; or, the greatest value attained by a quantity which first increases and then begins to decrease; the highest point or degree; -- opposed to minimum.
Greatest in quantity or highest in degree attainable or attained; as, a maximum consumption of fuel; maximum pressure; maximum heat.
The highest rate of base pay paid for jobs within a grade or pay band.
The greatest possible quantity or degree, as in highest temperature reached.
The highest measure recorded.
Highest loan dollar amount allowed under federal or conventional guidelines. In commercial real estate, the highest loan dollar amount that property can support based on projected income.
the greatest possible degree; "he tried his utmost"
the greatest or most complete or best possible; "maximal expansion"; "maximum pressure"
The greatest number in a set of data.
An automated fusion method that returns the highest valued answer, where the answers are interpreted along a spectrum from low (green) to high (red).
The greatest dollar amount a carrier will pay for covered procedures in any calendar year
the greatest quantity or value attained or attainable.
An automated fusion method that returns highest valued answer i.e., the answer closest to red.
In the Salary Wizard, the highest salary level for a particular job; synonymous with the 75th percentile.
is the highest value of a group of numbers. The listing of the minimum and maximum values describes the range of a data set.
The ceiling or highest salary paid to a job incumbent, which is also the top of the salary range.
The greatest value attained by a function, for example, temperature, pressure, or wind speed. The opposite of minimum.
The greatest value attained (or attainable) by a function; the opposite of minimum. An "absolute" maximum is the greatest value within a prescribed interval, while "relative" maxima are the greatest values within arbitrary subintervals, each one of which is "absolute" within its own subinterval, and so on. In records of meteorological observations, "absolute" is with reference to the entire period of record for that station, and the "relative" values are labeled "annual," "monthly," and "daily."