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  • v. To apply excessive constraints (to)

Etymologies

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over- +‎ constrain

Examples

  • If they overconstrain the financial sector, risk may migrate outside the regulatory frontier, where it will be harder to measure and monitor.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • To avoid this problem, we overconstrain these paths at synthesis time, and also follow up at the global physical synthesis level by putting extra uncertainties or latencies at the clock-gating cells.

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