# piecewise

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## piecewise

(ˈpiːsˌwaɪz)
adv
1. (Mathematics) maths with respect to a number of discrete pieces
2. formal in pieces or by degrees
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The dynamics of the system are particularly interesting from a mathematical point of view as the model is described by a continuous two-dimensional piecewise differentiable map characterized by several borders through which the system changes its definition.
So v([tau]) = u([tau]), u [less than or equal to] V, and V is a piecewise differentiable and nondecreasing function and, by (16), it satisfies
Let us assume that in addition to conditions (1.4), the coefficient k = k([xi]) is piecewise differentiable and satisfies the condition
Let us assume that in addition to conditions of Theorem 2.1, the coefficient k([xi]) is piecewise differentiable and satisfies condition (4.6).
Because F is piecewise differentiable, at this singularities, the Jacobian M will be replaced with the generalized Jacobian [delta]F .
where H(x) is a piecewise differentiable nonstandard Heaviside function.
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