Definition of Discontinuity. Meaning of Discontinuity. Synonyms of Discontinuity

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Definition of Discontinuity

Discontinuity
Discontinuity Dis*con`ti*nu"i*ty, n. Want of continuity or cohesion; disunion of parts. ``Discontinuity of surface.' --Boyle.

Meaning of Discontinuity from wikipedia

- Discontinuity may refer to: Discontinuity (casting), an interruption in the normal physical structure or configuration of an article Discontinuity (geotechnical...
- Mohorovičić discontinuity (/moʊhəˈroʊvɪtʃɪtʃ/ MOH-hə-ROH-vitch-itch, Croatian: [moxorôʋiːtʃitɕ]), usually referred to as the Moho discontinuity or the Moho...
- point in its domain, one says that it has a discontinuity there. The set of all points of discontinuity of a function may be a discrete set, a dense...
- political science, epidemiology, and related disciplines, a regression discontinuity design (RDD) is a quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design that aims...
- Illusory discontinuity is an auditory illusion in which a continuous ongoing sound becomes inaudible during a brief, non-masking noise. The illusion is...
- The Conrad discontinuity corresponds to the sub-horizontal boundary in continental crust at which the seismic wave velocity increases in a discontinuous...
- The Gutenberg discontinuity occurs within Earth's interior at a depth of about 2,900 km (1,800 mi) below the surface, where there is an abrupt change...
- The Lehmann discontinuity is an abrupt increase of P-wave and S-wave velocities at the depth of 220 km (140 mi), discovered by seismologist Inge Lehmann...
- In linguistics, a discontinuity occurs when a given word or phrase is separated from another word or phrase that it modifies in such a manner that a direct...
- The discontinuity effect is known as the markedly greater competitiveness displa**** between different, interacting groups relative to the competitiveness...