monotonicity


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

monotonicity

(ˌmɒnəʊtɒˈnɪsɪtɪ)
n
1. (Mathematics) maths a monotonic condition
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) the condition of being unchanging or unvarying in tone
Translations
References in periodicals archive ?
However, we need a monotonicity property to ensure that the single-crossing property holds in (y, x) space.
Right now, Insights might detect the following in your data: summary analyses using pivot tables, rank, evenness, trend, composite signal, attribution, outstanding top two, monotonicity (always increasing or always decreasing), unimodality (having a single peak data point), and chart recommendations for smaller data sets.
Danielli and colleagues give a comprehensive treatment of the parabolic Signorini problem based on a generalization of Almgren's monotonicity of the frequency.
The Neutrosophic erosion satisfies the monotonicity for all A, B [member of] NC([Z.
A necessary condition for a correct pulse measurement is to make sure that the monotonicity change in the registered signal is synchronized with heartbeats.
He then discusses which properties the new approach satisfies, focusing his attention particularly on monotonicity.
If the conglomerate's incentives were solely driven by this cost efficiency effect, this monotonicity on regulated output would also guarantee that the low scope economies conglomerate (i.
Hence, we conclude that, in fact, there is a strict monotonicity in the function [mu](L).
In [13], [16], [18] and [19], the authors discussed the relation between the positivity of the v-th order fractional difference and the monotonicity and convexity of f (t).
It is well known that monotonicity plays an important role in the study of variational inequality theory.