Minimum vs Superconnected - What's the difference?

minimum | superconnected |

As a noun minimum

is minimum.

As an adjective superconnected is

(graph theory|of a graph) whose every minimum vertex cut leads to isolated vertices.




  • The lowest limit.
  • We prefer candidates with a minimum of 4 years experience in the field.
    We need a minimum of 3 fully-qualified staff members on duty at all time.
  • The smallest amount.
  • He always tries to get away with doing the minimum .
    Please keep noise to a minimum after 11 o'clock
  • (astronomy) A period of minimum brightness or energy intensity (of a star).
  • (analysis) A lower bound of a set which is also an element of that set.
  • (statistics) The smallest member of a batch or sample or the lower bound of a probability distribution.
  • Usage notes

    * (term) is more common plural for the technical senses.


    * maximum


    * (statistics) measure of location

    Derived terms

    (terms derived from minimum) * bare minimum * global minimum * local minimum * Maunder minimum * minimum wage * moral minimum


  • To the lowest degree.
  • superconnected



    (en adjective)
  • (graph theory, of a graph) whose every minimum vertex cut leads to isolated vertices
  • * 2003 , H. L. Bodlaender, Graph-theoretic concepts in computer science: 29th International Workshop
  • For a superconnected probe interval graph G, a tree 4-spanner can be constructed easily.
  • (informal) Being a major user of communication technologies.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2007, date=February 17, author=Paul B. Brown, title=Wireless Codependency, work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=The superconnected may develop a dual-dependency,” Robert Bornstein, a psychologist at Adelphi University , told the author of the article, Carlin Flora. }}