-flow - a

system of

composting in

which material is

continuously added to

the composting process and the end product is

continuously removed;

often used for large operations.

time equation. A

mathematical relationship to

describe a

function of time,

expressed in

terms of

continuous time; Compare:

difference equation,

differential equation, discrete-time equation,

laplace transform, state-space model, Z transform;

see Also: first-order filter, second-order filter,

unit functions for examples;

**continuous**con*tin"u*ous (?), a. [l. continuus, fr. continere to

hold together.

see continent.]

*1.* without break, cessation, or interruption;

without intervening space or time; uninterrupted; unbroken; continual; unceasing; constant; continued; protracted; extended; as, a

continuous line of railroad; a

continuous current of electricity. he

can hear its continuous murmur.

*2.* (bot.)

not deviating or

varying from uninformity;

not interrupted;

not joined or articulated.

**continuous** brake (railroad), a

brake which is

attached to

each car a train,

and can be

caused to

operate in

all the cars simultaneously from a

point on

any car or on

the engine.

**continuous** impost.

see impost. Â Â similar words(4)Â

Â continuous waveÂ

**Â continuous brakeÂ **Â continuous impostÂ

**Â continuous tenseÂ ** (

*a.*)

Without break, cessation, or interruption;

without intervening space or time; uninterrupted; unbroken; continual; unceasing; constant; continued; protracted; extended; as, a

continuous line of railroad; a

continuous current of electricity.Â Â

(

*a.*)

Not

deviating or

varying from uninformity;

not interrupted;

not joined or articulated.Â Â

Connected, extended, or

prolonged without separation or

interruption of sequence.

**Adjective**1.

continuing in

time or

space without interruption; "a

continuous rearrangement of

electrons in

the solar atoms results in

the emission of light"-

james Jeans; "a

continuous bout of

illness lasting six months"; "lived in

continuous fear"; "a

continuous row of warehouses"; "a

continuous line has no

gaps or

breaks in it"; "moving

midweek holidays to

the nearest monday or

friday allows uninterrupted work weeks" (synonym)

uninterrupted (antonym) discontinuous,

noncontinuous (similar) around-the-clock, day-and-night, nonstop, round-the-clock (see-also)

unbroken (attribute) continuity, persistence2. of a

function or curve;

extending without break or

irregularity (antonym)

discontinuous (classification) mathematics, math, maths

**Tyd =** n.

what is continuous

**Continuity** may mean:

**In mathematics**:Parametric continuityGeometric continuityContinuous functionÂ with

real or

complex valuesContinuous

probability distributionÂ orÂ random variableÂ in

probability and statisticsContinuity theoremLÃ©vy

continuity theoremKolmogorov

continuity theoremContinuous

function between topological spaces.continuous

function in

set theoryÂ between ordinals.A continuousÂ functorÂ is

one that preserves *limits* inÂ category theory.Continuity equation.

perpetuus, continuus, iugis iuge

A

form of

hair medullation where the visible medulla extends uninterrupted along a

length of

hair shaft.Â Â