discrete

individually distinct 
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Discrete

Taking only non-continuous values, e.g., Boolean or natural numbers.
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discrete

[adj] - constituting a separate entity or part
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Discrete

A type of random variable which may take on only a limited set of values, such as 1,2,3,...,10. The list may be finite, or there may be an infinite number of values. A discrete random variable is to be contrasted with a continuous random variable.
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Discrete

Dis·crete' adjective [ Latin discretus , past participle of discernere . See Discreet .] 1. Separate; distinct; disjunct. Sir M. Hale. 2. Disjunctive; containing a disjunctive or discretive clause; as, 'I resign my life, but not my honor,' is a discret...
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Discrete

Dis·crete' transitive verb To separate. [ Obsolete] Sir T. Browne.
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discrete

1. Separate; distinct; disjunct. ... 2. Disjunctive; containing a disjunctive or discretive clause; as, 'I resign my life, but not my honor,' is a discrete proposition. ... 3. <botany> Separate; not coalescent; said of things usually coalescent. Discrete movement. See Concrete movement of the voice, under Concrete, Discrete proportion, propor...
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discrete

distinct adjective constituting a separate entity or part; `a government with three discrete divisions`; `on two distinct occasions`
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discrete

(dis-krēt´) made up of separated parts; characterized by lesions that do not become blended.
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Discrete

• (v. t.) To separate. • (a.) Separate; not coalescent; -- said of things usually coalescent. • (a.) Separate; distinct; disjunct. • (a.) Disjunctive; containing a disjunctive or discretive clause; as, `I resign my life, but not my honor,` is a discrete proposition.
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discrete

discrete Completely separate and unconnected.
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discrete

Taking only non-continuous values, e.g., Boolean or natural numbers. A discrete space is one made of a finite number of points.
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Discrete

A class is said to have discrete order (e.g. the whole numbers), if (1) it satisfies Dedekind's postulate (q.v.) and (2) every element (except the first if any) has a next predecessor and also (except the last if any) a next successor. Contrasted with 'dense' or 'compact' order, such as that of the rational numbers, in which no element is next to ....
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discrete

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-krēt′ Definitions: 1. Separate; distinct; not joined to or incorporated with another; denoting especially certain lesions of the skin.
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discrete

constituting a separate entity or part
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