Discontinuity may refer to: Discontinuity (casting), an interruption in the normal
physical structure or configuration of an article; Discontinuity (geotechnical ...
Discontinuity definition, lack of continuity; irregularity: The plot of the book was
marred by discontinuity. See more.
noun dis·con·ti·nu·ity \(ˌ)dis-ˌkän-tə-ˈnü-ə-tē, -ˈnyü-\. Simple Definition of
discontinuity. : the quality or state of not being continuous : lack of continuity.
Some authors refer to a discontinuity of a function as a jump, though this is rarely
utilized in the literature. Though defined identically, discontinuities of univariate ...
dis·con·ti·nu·i·ty n. pl. dis·con·ti·nu·i·ties. 1. Lack of continuity, logical sequence, or
cohesion. 2. A break or gap. 3. Geology A surface at which seismic wave ...
Definition of discontinuity: Unpredictable, unforeseen, natural or man-made
sudden change, consequence, event, or force that confounds or disrupts earlier ...
Specifically, this type of discontinuity is called an asymptotic discontinuity. ... In
general, point discontinuities occur when a function is defined specifically for an ...
Definition of Continuity at a Point. A function f ( x ) is continuous at a point where x
= c when the following three conditions are satisfied. The function exists at x ...
discontinuity. Play dis·con·ti·nu·i·ty. Use discontinuity in a sentence. pl. -·ties. lack
of continuity or logical sequence; a gap or break; Math. a value of the ...
Definition of continuity and discontinuity and related terms and concepts.