Definition Of discontiguity

noun

a distinct break in physical continuity or sequence in time.

there is no significant discontinuity between modern and primitive societies

Example Of discontiguity

  • Although I suppose the above changes are marked more by continuity than by discontinuity .

  • Another type of discontinuity is one where the value of Y approaches + infinity for some value of X greater than a specified value and - infinity for X less than a certain value.

  • As such, philosophy itself must orientate itself to the continuous discontinuity of the event.

  • ‘If you are running a business, you have to look at the inconsistencies and discontinuities in the market place,’ he said.

  • From my parents, who serve as a primary reference point, I begin to understand both my uniqueness and universality together with my continuity and discontinuity with the past and the present.


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