Continuously

  • (adv): At every point.
    Example: "The function is continuously differentiable"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on continuously:

Continuously Compounded Nominal And Real Returns - Real Return
... example, the final value of the investment expressed in real terms is Then the continuously compounded real rate of return is The continuously compounded real rate of return is just the continuously compounded ...
Recursive Bayesian Estimation - In Robotics
... Essentially, Bayes filters allow robots to continuously update their most likely position within a coordinate system, based on the most recently acquired ... and farther from its original position, the robot has continuously less certainty about its position using a Bayes filter, a probability can be assigned to the robot's ...
Continuously Compounded Nominal And Real Returns
... Then The continuously compounded rate of return or instantaneous rate of return RCt obtained during that period is If this instantaneous return is ...
Closed Operator - Example
... operator defined on the set D(T) of all continuously differentiable functions f on the closed interval is an unbounded operator H → H where H=L2 is the Hilbert space of all square integrable functions on (more ... correct, since a continuous (the more so, continuously differentiable) function cannot vanish almost everywhere, unless it vanishes everywhere ... since a linear combination af+bg of two continuously differentiable functions f, g is also continuously differentiable, and ...
Plitvice Lakes National Park - The Dissolution and Creation of Rock
... The water masses reaching the lakes at the upper or lower part of the system are continuously changing the outlook of the lakes and the surrounding landscape ... On the other hand, new sediments are continuously being formed ... Nature itself is continuously adapting to these new conditions ...

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Famous quotes containing the word continuously:

    Anyone with a real taste for solitude who indulges that taste encounters the dangers of any other drug-taker. The habit grows. You become an addict.... Absorbed in the visions of solitude, human beings are only interruptions. What voice can equal the voices of solitude? What sights equal the movement of a single day’s tide of light across the floor boards of one room? What drama be as continuously absorbing as the interior one?
    Jessamyn West (1902–1984)

    The tragedy of bold, forthright, industrious people is that they act so continuously without much thinking, that it becomes dry and empty.
    Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)

    Every living body continuously eliminates feces, it rejects what is not serviceable to the assimilating organism: what man despises, what arouses his disgust, what he calls evil, are excrements.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)