Definition of min-max in English:

min-max

adjective

Mathematics
  • Relating to, concerned with, or depending on maximum and minimum values; specifically = "minimax".

noun

Mathematics
  • The smallest of a set of maxima; a minimax strategy or value.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in John Von Neumann (1903–1957), mathematician and physicist. From min- + max-, in specific use after German Min Max.

Pronunciation

min-max

/ˈmɪnˌmaks/