Definitions for "Constraints"
Keywords:  imposed, budget, scope, factor, mfo
Values limiting the validity of the boundary conditions.
limiting conditions (usually translated into linear inequalities) in a linear programming problem.
A condition or occurance that might restrict, limit, or regulate the project. Generally constraints are outside the control of the project team.
Constraints are specifications for the implementation process. There are several categories of constraints: routing, timing, area, mapping, and placement constraints. Using attributes, you can force the placement of logic (macros) in CLBs, the location of CLBs on the chip, and the maximum delay between flip-flops. PAR does not attempt to change the location of constrained logic. CLBs are arranged in columns and rows on the FPGA device. The goal is to place logic in columns on the device to attain the best possible placement from the point of view of performance and space.
Bounding conditions governing aspects of the implementation of planetary protection requirements.
(More commonly described as "environmental features.") Significant resources, facilities, or other features of a study area located in or adjacent to an existing or proposed corridor study area that serve to restrain, restrict, or prevent the ready implementation of proposed transportation improvements in a given area; may include natural or physical resources, important structures, communities facilities, or topographic features.
Relationships among objects that are declared once, and then maintained automatically by the system. For example, there might be a constraint that a line is attached to a circle, and then whenever either is moved, the system will move the other. In some systems, such as Peridot, constraints are guessed from examples.
In financial accounting this term often refers to the accounting guidelines or principles of conservatism and materiality. To Top
Keywords:  plural
plural of constraint.
Predicates which must be true or else transactions will not be committed.
The area surrounding a graphic element that must be kept free of any other graphic element, typography or field edge.
These are the things that might hold the audience back from doing what you want them to do or from learning what you want them to learn. It is important to anticipate these constraints and be prepared to handle them.
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Protocol rules for the operation of design interfaces or internal signals to ensure that formal verification considers only legal behavior for the design