discontinuous

[adj] - (mathematics) of a function or curve 2. [adj] - not continuing without interruption in time or space
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Discontinuous

Dis`con·tin'u·ous adjective 1. Not continuous; interrupted; broken off. « A path that is zigzag, discontinuous , and intersected at every turn by human negligence.» De Quincey. 2. Exhibiting a dissolution of continuity; gaping. ' Discontinuous wound
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discontinuous

1. Not continuous; interrupted; broken off. 'A path that is zigzag, discontinuous, and intersected at every turn by human negligence.' (De Quincey) ... 2. Exhibiting a dissolution of continuity; gaping. 'Discontinuous wound. ... <mathematics>' Discontinuous function, a function which for certain values or between certain values of the variabl
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discontinuous

adjective not continuing without interruption in time or space; `discontinuous applause`; `the landscape was a discontinuous mosaic of fields and forest areas`; `he received a somewhat haphazard and discontinuous schooling`
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discontinuous

(dis″kәn-tin´u-әs) interrupted; intermittent; marked by breaks. discrete; separate. lacking logical order or coherence.
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Discontinuous

• (a.) Not continuous; interrupted; broken off. • (a.) Exhibiting a dissolution of continuity; gaping.
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Discontinuous

Geographically separate (in reference to distribution).
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