- n. set theory (symbol: ⊇) With respect to another set, a set such that each of the elements of the other set is also an element of the set.
- n. weightlifting Two or more different physical exercises performed back-to-back, without a period of rest between them. The exercises may employ the same muscle group, or opposing muscle groups.
“Which is the superset is a semantic debate that is not worth getting into.”
“Note that generating a superset is a private case of this problem, restricting each element to appear either 0 or 1 times in the resulting subset. binary-arithmetic solution for the powerset problem.”
“I prefer more specific terms, such as "key strength", which is well-defined as a superset of things including "key length".”
“Oh, and UP is available as a 4 disc "superset", which includes a second Blu-ray disc of extras (as well as a DVD and digital copy).”
“Cisco says FabricPath is a "superset" of TRILL that enhances scale, among other features.”
“I assumed that good schools would have no problem with it, because they're teaching a "superset" of knowledge over what the test covers.”
“Note: since PAGE compression is a 'superset', which also includes ROW compression, it will also enable Unicode compression.”
“Update: After checking with Dell, we've learned that the Aero is indeed still running Android 1.5, though the company is quick to note that it's actually a "superset" with”
“In addition to integrating two or more security functionalities into a single device for capital and operational savings, companies can look for "superset" security offerings that encompass other network functionalities, such as WAN optimization and”
“So, for instance, Windows 7 Enterprise edition will be a "superset" of Windows 7”
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