even function

even function

[′ē·vən ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function with the property that ƒ(x) = ƒ(-x) for each number x.
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The device can detect, process and present a user's physiological information in six seconds, and can even function normally in a dark environment, said Wu, who specializes in facial recognition and processing.
You can use it to control your smart home devices, watch video, listen to music, and it'll even function as a video baby monitor - working seamlessly with the Arlo baby camera.
The third movement of the cello sonata could even function as a separate composition--not only for its length, but also given its formal and stylistic variety, its richness in rhythm and contrast.
It's hard to understand how its water, sewage and other services even function, but it still keeps growing.
The new rugged handset has been designed for durability and operation in tough conditions, and can even function after being immersed in water for 30 minutes.
Anubis can also send spam messages to contacts, call numbers from the device, and even function as a ransomware.
The high-output spray canister will even function upside down, and the valve system prevents premium scent from mixing with pressurized air.
The current ruling party, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) has Imran Khan as its cultish leader and no family descendants, but whether the party can even function without him as a figurehead is arguable.
The firms will jointly develop rooftop solar for vehicles, which Hanergy says could provide auxiliary power, and even function as the main power source for a vehicle, as well as charging.
How else can the "court of public opinion" even function?
Many agricultural reforms have been passed, and the ways in which agricultural service organizations have come to fulfill many socio-political needs and even function as quasi-government entities in Uzbekistan are described.
First, we see that root raised cosine pulse spectrum is a real and even function of frequency, f.