Minimax (disambiguation)


Minimax (disambiguation)

Minimax, minmax, or min-max can refer to:

  • Minimax, a strategy in decision theory and related disciplines concerned with minimizing the maximum possible loss
  • Minimax (TV channel), a European children's TV channel
  • Minimax (re-branded Macro), a Romanian Discount store chain
  • Min-maxing, a role-playing or wargame strategy
  • 'mini-maxing', a strategy in the board game Hex
  • Mini-MAX - a family of ultralight aircraft
  • Minimax approximation algorithm, algorithms to approximate a function

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