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discrete

[di′skrēt]
(science and technology)
Composed of separate and distinct parts.
Having an individually distinct identity.

discrete

A component or device that is separate and distinct and treated as a singular unit. For example, a discrete transistor typically has three leads and functions as a single switch or amplifier. See discrete component and discrete logic.
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Burke and Tkachuk discovered (see [7]) that first countability, countable tightness and Frechet-Urysohn property are discretely reflexive in countably compact spaces of weight [less than or equal to] [[omega].
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Pace's software makes recommendations to the ViXs hardware which is then used to match, repurpose and repackage the content, using error concealment technology to improve viewing quality by discretely masking errors is the source content, such as corrupted packets or a drop in packet information.
Topics include structural models and empirical analysis of technology accumulation and diffusion, econometric modeling of value-at-risk, small sample bias corrections for inequality indices, inflation targeting in developing economies, driving factors of Italy's trade flow over the last two decades, labor supply shocks and unemployment persistence in the Netherlands, modeling asymmetric consumer behavior and demand equations for bridging gaps in retailing, and closed-form approximation of likelihood functions for discretely sampled diffusions.
So I took some comfort from those near the entrances who discretely chose to leave long before the end.
MFIX uses computational fluid dynamics to describe coal particles discretely.

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