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discontinuous

Maths (of a function or curve) changing suddenly in value for one or more values of the variable or at one or more points
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A first objective of the present study was to analyze whether different types of text (narrative, expository and discontinuous) have a differential impact on metacomprehension skills.
the plurality of protrusions forming one of a plurality of second continuous surfaces disposed generally parallel to and spaced from the first continuous surface, the plurality of second continuous surfaces collectively forming the discontinuous surface; and at least one second drain formed in each of the plurality of second continuous surfaces, each of the second drains being defined by a second sidewall extending downwardly from a respective one of the plurality of second continuous surfaces and terminating in a second aperture at a distal end of the second sidewall.
The 3 to 4 mm hybrid overmolded solution used both UD thermoplastic tapes and discontinuous fiber polycarbonate (both fiberglass and carbon fiber were evaluated) and molds in under 30 seconds.
However, the mesh free method still has some defects such as the modeling of crack discontinuous interface in practical.
In this case, the description of the input signal by one analytical expression with the help of discontinuous (stepwise) functions allows us to use the Duhamel integral for signals that begin to act also for t = [t.sub.0] < 0.
Considering the state of the art, one may conclude that the prediction of linear discontinuous effects is a challenge and no satisfactory solution has been worked out yet.
However, the wide introduction of circles with a discontinuous working surface in engineering enterprises of Ukraine is constrained by the large costs of their manufacture [5].
And the model is divided into five areas (Figure 6): the number 1 area is the bedrock, the number 2 area is the interlayer staggered zone, the number 3 area is the gently dipping discontinuous structural plane, the number 4 area is the slightly weathered layer, and the number 5 area is the highly weathered layer.
In [15], a mapping structure for discontinuous system was initially proposed; the idea of mapping structure was used to investigate a periodic segmented linear system.
The discontinuous Galerkin method is a combination of the finite element method with the finite volume method.
In fact, the solutions of stochastic differential equations may exist when their drift and diffusion coefficients are discontinuous with respect to x.
(11) analyzed and compared 27 patients who underwent 28 discontinuous dissections and 34 patients who underwent 40 in-continuity dissections for T2 anterior tongue or FOM carcinoma.