Guaranteed minimum value
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- GMV redirects here. As an institutional abbreviation in biological and geosciences, it stands for the Geological Museum of China in Beijing.
Guaranteed minimum value (commonly GMV) is a term used when the absolute value of a parameter isn't important, only that it exceed a specified minimum requirement, for example, the capacitance of an electrolytic capacitor.
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