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of or using the Greek system of diacritics which discards the breathings and employs a single accent to indicate stress
said of a function that either never decreases or never increases as its independent variable increases
One of the possible values for strength If a formula is asserted with a strength of : monotonic, the resulting assertion(s) will have a truth value of either monotonically true or monotonically false, depending on whether or not the asserted formula was negated Monotonic rules may never have exceptions, and monotonic GAFs will never have their truth values changed in the course of argumentation The only way a monotonic assertion can be removed from the inference playing field is by unasserting it See also default
{s} unchanging, repetitious; boring, tedious
A sequence increases monontonically if, for every n, Pn+1 is greater than or equal to Pn Similarly, a sequence decreases monontonically if, for every n, Pn+1 is less than or equal to Pn
Of, pertaining to, or uttered in, a monotone; monotonous
Technical term, meaning very roughly "new data doesn't affect existing data" Used to mean a wide range of different things For example, a monotonic clock is one which never gives a time prior to the time given previously (that is, sequential reads of the clock always increase)
sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch; "the owl's faint monotonous hooting"
of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value
A digital-to-analog converter (DAC) is said to be monotonic if, as the DAC code is increased, the analog output never decreases in value A +/-1LSB DNL guarantees that a DAC is monotonic
Modern Greek written with the basic accent, the tonos
monotonic decreasing
always decreasing or remaining constant, and never increasing; contrast this with strictly decreasing
monotonic function
a function that either never decreases or never increases as its independent variable increases
monotonic functions
plural form of monotonic function
monotonic increasing
always increasing or remaining constant, and never decreasing; contrast this with strictly increasing
monotonic transformation
simplifying a function without changing its direction (Mathematics)
monotonicity
Said of a positive measure: the property of a positive measure of a measure space, that given two measurable sets where the first set is contained in the second one, then the measure of the first set must be less than or equal to the measure of the second set
monotonicity
The state of being monotonic
decreasing monotonic
consistently decreasing; "a decreasing monotonic function
increasing monotonic
consistently increasing; "an increasing monotonic function
monotonically
in a single unvarying tone; in the form of a monotonic function (Mathematics)
monotonically
In a monotonic manner
monotonicity
The property of a method where an alternative can never be made to succeed by being ranked lower on some ballots   Doing this is using the "push-over" strategy
monotonicity
Holds for a voting system if when a voter raises the valuation for a winning alternative it remains a winning alternative, and when a voter lowers the valuation for a losing alternative it remains a losing alternative
monotonicity
A voting system violates monotonicity if a voter can raise a candidate in the social ordering by lowering that candidate in his individual ordering
monotonicity
Monotonicity is given when an ADC provides output codes that do not decrease/increase for a uniformly increasing/decreasing input signal, disregarding random noise (see also Random Noise)
monotonicity
The property of a system by which new wffs can be added to any set of wffs without invalidating previously valid derivations from that set If A is any wff, and and any sets of wffs, a system is monotonic iff A ,A In non-monotonic logics derivations can be invalidated when the set of premises is enlarged
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    [ "mä-n&-'tä-nik ] (adjective.) 1797. From Modern Greek μονοτονικός, derived from Ancient Greek μόνος "single" plus τονικός 'accented'.

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