###### Mathematics

- In mathematics, a continuous function is a function for which sufficiently small changes in the input result in arbitrarily small changes in the output. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, a continuous module is a module M such that every submodule of M is essential in a direct summand and every submodule of M isomorphic to a direct summand is itself a direct summand. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous optimization is a branch of optimization in applied mathematics. (wikipedia.org)
- In mathematics, one normed vector space is said to be continuously embedded in another normed vector space if the inclusion function between them is continuous. (wikipedia.org)

###### Discontinuous

- A function is said to be discontinuous (or to have a discontinuity) at some point when it is not continuous there. (wikipedia.org)

###### DevOps

- Why you cannot afford to miss IBM Innovate 2014: Learn how DevOps and continuous engineering can increase speed, predictability, and profitability. (ibm.com)

###### polynomial

- In this case, the previous two examples are not continuous, but every polynomial function is continuous, as are the sine, cosine, and exponential functions. (wikipedia.org)

###### 1995

- Rapid application development Continuous integration Evolutionary database design Ulrich K (1995) The role of product architecture in the manufacturing firm. (wikipedia.org)

###### cosine

- Other examples of continuous signals are sine wave, cosine wave, triangular wave etc. (wikipedia.org)

###### Ivan

- In the 1960s, Ivan Goodbody researched three species of tropical ascidian and two species of crustacean, including the Puerto Rican sand crab, in Jamaica and determined them to be continuous breeders. (wikipedia.org)

###### analytics

- Continuous analytics is a data science process that abandons ETLs and complex batch data pipelines in favor of cloud-native and microservices paradigms. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous analytics then is the extension of the continuous delivery software development model to the big data analytics development team. (wikipedia.org)
- The goal of the continuous analytics practitioner then is to find ways to incorporate writing analytics code and installing big data software into the agile development model of automatically running unit and functional tests and building the environment system with automated tools. (wikipedia.org)
- That facilitates sending out analytics code and big data software and objects in the same automated way as the continuous integration process. (wikipedia.org)
- Nigrini advocates two approaches to continuous transactions monitoring in his book on forensic analytics. (wikipedia.org)

###### helping to automate

- Technology plays a key role in continuous audit activities by helping to automate the identification of exceptions or anomalies, analyze patterns within the digits of key numeric fields, review trends, and test controls, among other activities. (wikipedia.org)

###### Disciplines

- In many disciplines, the convention is that a continuous signal must always have a finite value, which makes more sense in the case of physical signals. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous monitoring typically includes solutions that address the three operational disciplines known as continuous audit continuous controls monitoring continuous transaction inspection Continuous monitoring systems can examine 100% of transactions and data processed in different applications and databases. (wikipedia.org)

###### define

- Using mathematical notation, there are several ways to define continuous functions in each of the three senses mentioned above. (wikipedia.org)

###### Continuity

- Because of this continuity assumption, continuous optimization allows the use of calculus techniques. (wikipedia.org)

###### Integration

- Godfrey Nolan introduces the necessary pieces to set up continuous integration for iOS and Android: Hudson/Jenkins, headless emulators, unit testing tools, functional testing and beta app deployment. (infoq.com)

###### Monitoring

- Continuous glucose monitoring automatically tracks blood glucose levels, also called blood sugar, throughout the day and night. (nih.gov)
- Continuous monitoring is the process and technology used to detect compliance and risk issues associated with an organization's financial and operational environment. (wikipedia.org)
- Through continuous monitoring of the operations and controls, weak or poorly designed or implemented controls can be corrected or replaced - thus enhancing the organization's operational risk profile. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous monitoring can be traced back to its roots in traditional auditing processes. (wikipedia.org)
- It goes further than a traditional periodic snapshot audit by putting in place continuous monitoring of transactions and controls so that weak or poorly designed or implemented controls can be corrected or replaced sooner rather than later. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous monitoring is part of the solution. (wikipedia.org)
- A by-product of continuous monitoring is it highlights opportunities to improve operational processes. (wikipedia.org)
- Nigrini also advocates risk scoring as a continuous monitoring methodology. (wikipedia.org)
- Known as a continuous process auditing system (CPAS), the system developed by Vasarhelyi and Halper provided measurement, monitoring, and analysis of the company's billing information. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous auditing is made up of three main parts: continuous data assurance (CDA), continuous controls monitoring (CCM), and continuous risk monitoring and assessment (CRMA). (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous controls monitoring consists of a set of procedures used for monitoring the functionality of internal controls. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous risk monitoring and assessment is used to dynamically measure risk and provide input for audit planning. (wikipedia.org)

###### principle

- The principle for continuous distillation is the same as for normal distillation: when a liquid mixture is heated so that it boils, the composition of the vapor above the liquid differs from the liquid composition. (wikipedia.org)
- The third principle of continuous accounting is continuous (or continual) improvement. (wikipedia.org)

###### displaystyle

- A strategy profile σ ∗ {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\sigma }}*} is a Nash equilibrium if and only if σ ∗ ∈ b ( σ ∗ ) {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\sigma }}*\in \mathbf {b} ({\boldsymbol {\sigma }}*)} The existence of a Nash equilibrium for any continuous game with continuous utility functions can be proven using Irving Glicksberg's generalization of the Kakutani fixed point theorem. (wikipedia.org)
- In general, there may not be a solution if we allow strategy spaces, C i {\displaystyle C_{i}\,} 's which are not compact, or if we allow non-continuous utility functions. (wikipedia.org)

###### mathematical

- A continuous game is a mathematical generalization, used in game theory. (wikipedia.org)

###### refers

- The term "Continuous Cruiser" refers specifically to boats and/or owners operating under such licence. (wikipedia.org)
- The "continuous" aspect of continuous auditing and reporting refers to the real-time or near real-time capability for financial information to be checked and shared. (wikipedia.org)

###### audit

- Continuous auditing enhances the delivery of auditing services by making the audit process more efficient and effective through the use of technology and automation. (wikipedia.org)
- In addition to the aforementioned three components, the black box audit log file is also an important part of continuous auditing. (wikipedia.org)

###### tablet

- One Nuvelle continuous tablet should be taken once a day on a continuous basis with no breaks between packs. (netdoctor.co.uk)

###### inspection

- Continuous inspection (carcass-by-carcass inspection) is the USDA's meat and poultry inspection system, called "continuous" because no animal destined for human food may be slaughtered or dressed unless an inspector is continuously present. (wikipedia.org)
- Such inspection also is considered to be continuous. (wikipedia.org)

###### Time

- Continuous gusts or stochastic gusts are winds that vary randomly in space and time. (wikipedia.org)
- In particular, continuous gusts are assumed to be: A Gaussian process A stationary process, so the statistics are constant in time Homogeneous, so the statistics do not depend on the vehicle path Ergodic Isotropic at high altitude, so the statistics do not depend on the vehicle attitude Varying in space but frozen in time These assumptions, while unrealistic, yield acceptable models for flight dynamics applications. (wikipedia.org)
- A continuous signal or a continuous-time signal is a varying quantity (a signal) whose domain, which is often time, is a continuum (e.g., a connected interval of the reals). (wikipedia.org)
- A signal of continuous amplitude and time is known as a continuous-time signal or an analog signal. (wikipedia.org)
- Discrete-time signals, used in digital signal processing, can be obtained by sampling and quantization of continuous signals. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous signal may also be defined over an independent variable other than time. (wikipedia.org)
- In continuous breeders, females are sexually receptive during estrus, at which time ovarian follicles are maturing and ovulation can occur. (wikipedia.org)
- Church founder Joseph Smith, Jr. used the example of the Lord's revelations to Moses in Deuteronomy to explain the importance and necessity of continuous revelation to guide "those who seek diligently to know [God's] precepts": God said, "Thou shalt not kill" Deuteronomy 5:17 at another time He said, "Thou shalt utterly destroy. (wikipedia.org)
- An alternative to continuous distillation is batch distillation, where the mixture is added to the unit at the start of the distillation, distillate fractions are taken out sequentially in time (one after another) during the distillation, and the remaining bottoms fraction is removed at the end. (wikipedia.org)
- The output from a continuous reactor can be altered by varying the run time. (wikipedia.org)

###### batch

- Reactors can be divided into two broad categories, batch reactors and continuous reactors. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous reactors are generally smaller than batch reactors and handle the product as a flowing stream. (wikipedia.org)

###### rapid

- IBM Rational Rhapsody Design Manager is a modeling and design product that uses continuous validation via rapid simulation, prototyping and execution to address errors earlier. (ibm.com)

###### Engineering

- IBM® IoT Continuous Engineering helps teams keep on top of the complexity of developing smart, connected products. (ibm.com)
- IBM® IoT Continuous Engineering in a single-tenant virtual private cloud with IPsec VPN Tunnel. (ibm.com)
- IBM® IoT Continuous Engineering is a group of five IBM products that cover the systems and software development lifecycle. (ibm.com)

###### process

- Continuous Partial Attention ( CPA ) is the process of paying simultaneous attention to a number of sources of incoming information, but at a superficial level. (wikipedia.org)
- The Continuous Feedback Loop is an ongoing process that includes assessing student outcomes, modification, program planning, and implementation. (shsu.edu)
- There are five steps in the process represented by the repetition of the continuous feedback loop. (shsu.edu)
- While these models of continuous gusts are not white noise, filters can be designed that take a white noise input and output a random process with the Dryden or von Kármán models. (wikipedia.org)
- The models accepted by the FAA and Department of Defense represent continuous gusts as a wind linear and angular velocity field that is a random process and make a number of simplifying assumptions in order to describe them mathematically. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous distillation, a form of distillation, is an ongoing separation in which a mixture is continuously (without interruption) fed into the process and separated fractions are removed continuously as output streams. (wikipedia.org)
- Although it is possible to run a small-scale or laboratory continuous distillation, most often continuous distillation is used in a large-scale industrial process. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous distillation is used widely in the chemical process industries where large quantities of liquids have to be distilled. (wikipedia.org)

###### Software

- That releases software in a continuous circle, called iterations. (wikipedia.org)
- In particular, it applies (with name continuous design) to software development. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous data assurance uses software to extract data from IT systems for analysis at the transactional level to provide more detailed assurance. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous accounting requires the effective use of information (data) and technology (software) to automate accounting and finance processes in an end-to-end fashion. (wikipedia.org)

###### pulse

- Each instance of continuous auditing has its own pulse. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous harvest of marine microalgae using electrolysis: effect of pulse waveform of polarity exchange. (wikipedia.org)

###### quantities

- The electrical signals derived in proportion with the physical quantities such as temperature, pressure, sound etc. are generally continuous signals. (wikipedia.org)

###### simulation

- The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the United States Department of Defense provide requirements for the models of continuous gusts used in design and simulation of aircraft. (wikipedia.org)

###### functions

- The class of continuous games is for this reason usually defined and studied as a subset of the larger class of infinite games (i.e. games with infinite strategy sets) in which the strategy sets are compact and the utility functions continuous. (wikipedia.org)
- mathbf {R} ),} the space of continuous real-valued functions defined on the unit interval, but equip X with the L1 norm and Y with the supremum norm. (wikipedia.org)
- In numerical analysis, continuous wavelets are functions used by the continuous wavelet transform. (wikipedia.org)

###### processes

- Continuous accounting embraces three main principles: The first is the need to automate mechanical, repetitive accounting processes in a continuous, end-to-end fashion. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous reactors are used for a wide variety of chemical and biological processes within the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. (wikipedia.org)

###### uses

- Continuous design also uses test driven development and refactoring. (wikipedia.org)

###### Systems

- Continuous data assurance verifies the integrity of data flowing through the information systems. (wikipedia.org)

###### generally

- A variety of models exist for gusts but only two, the Dryden and von Kármán models, are generally used for continuous gusts in flight dynamics applications. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous reactors are generally able to cope with much higher reactant concentrations due to their superior heat transfer capacities. (wikipedia.org)

###### delivery

- In particular traditional programming has adopted the Continuous Delivery approach to writing code and the agile methodology. (wikipedia.org)

###### product

- Image 3 depicts a simple continuous fractional distillation tower for separating a feed stream into two fractions, an overhead distillate product and a bottoms product. (wikipedia.org)
- Reactants are continuously fed into the reactor and emerge as continuous stream of product. (wikipedia.org)

###### Important

- The reason such a classification is important (and contested) is that a boat claiming continuous cruiser status need not obtain a (paid-for) home mooring. (wikipedia.org)
- In the Baha'i Faith, Progressive revelation is an important concept that is similar to continuous revelation. (wikipedia.org)

###### data

- Continuous data processing enables realtime interactions and immediate insights with fewer resources. (wikipedia.org)
- The continuous approach runs multiple stateless engines which concurrently enrich, aggregate, infer and act on the data. (wikipedia.org)

###### design

- Evolutionary design, Continuous design, Evolutive design, or "Incremental design" is directly related to any modular design application, in which components can be freely substituted if someone improved can ensure better performance. (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous design was popularized by extreme programming. (wikipedia.org)
- that talked about continuous/evolutionary design. (wikipedia.org)
- When classifying continuous reactors, it can be more helpful to look at these design features rather than the whole system. (wikipedia.org)

###### technology

- The effect of new continuous harvest technology of ramie (Boehmeria nivea L. Gaud. (wikipedia.org)

###### make

- But continuous bleeding is NOT normal, I don't think, so make sure you go back to your doctor and tell him! (dailystrength.org)
- The models also make assumptions about how continuous gusts vary with altitude. (wikipedia.org)
- Applicants for a continuous cruiser licence make a binding declaration to abide by 'rules' for continuous cruising. (wikipedia.org)

###### form

- Nuvelle continuous is a continuous form of combined HRT. (netdoctor.co.uk)

###### take

- How do I take Nuvelle continuous tablets? (netdoctor.co.uk)

###### allows

- The continuous game concepts allows games to include more general sets of pure strategies, which may be uncountably infinite. (wikipedia.org)

###### animal

- Continuous breeders are animal species that can breed or mate throughout the year. (wikipedia.org)

###### extension

- On the lower leading strand, synthesis is continuous because extension of a single RNA primer occurs without interruption into the replication fork as it continues to open to the right. (mun.ca)

###### components

- The velocity components of these continuous gust models can be incorporated into airplane equations of motion as a wind disturbance. (wikipedia.org)

###### risk

- Continuous auditing is an automatic method used to perform auditing activities, such as control and risk assessments, on a more frequent basis. (wikipedia.org)

###### work

- How does Nuvelle continuous work? (netdoctor.co.uk)
- How does a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) work? (nih.gov)

###### linear

- X ↪ Y" means "X and Y are normed spaces with X continuously embedded in Y". This is a consistent use of notation from the point of view of the category of topological vector spaces, in which the morphisms ("arrows") are the continuous linear maps. (wikipedia.org)

###### Sometimes

- Sometimes a function is said to be continuous if it is continuous at every point in its domain. (wikipedia.org)

###### class

- A Continuous Cruiser licence is a class of [boat] licence issued on United Kingdom inland waterways under the control of the Canal and River Trust (a charity which replaced British Waterways in July 2012). (wikipedia.org)

###### second

- and second, the function (as a whole) is said to be continuous, if it is continuous at every point. (wikipedia.org)
- To second component of continuous accounting focuses on optimizing workloads. (wikipedia.org)

###### function

- A continuous function with a continuous inverse function is called a homeomorphism. (wikipedia.org)
- This function is continuous. (wikipedia.org)
- such a function is continuous if, roughly speaking, the graph is a single unbroken curve whose domain is the entire real line. (wikipedia.org)
- In this case, the function f(x) = tan(x), with the domain of all real x ≠ (2n+1)π/2, n any integer, is continuous. (wikipedia.org)
- The most common and restrictive definition is that a function is continuous if it is continuous at all real numbers. (wikipedia.org)
- The function itself need not be continuous. (wikipedia.org)
- As opposed to discrete optimization, the variables used in the objective function are required to be continuous variables-that is, to be chosen from a set of real values between which there are no gaps (values from intervals of the real line). (wikipedia.org)
- Continuous accounting is an approach to managing the accounting cycle that can be the key to achieving a more strategic finance and accounting function in a corporation. (wikipedia.org)

###### stream

- Continuous reactors (alternatively referred to as flow reactors) carry material as a flowing stream. (wikipedia.org)

###### sets

- A continuous improvement culture sets increasingly rigorous objectives, reviews performance to those objectives frequently and makes addressing performance shortcomings a departmental priority. (wikipedia.org)

###### small

- The small size of continuous reactors makes higher mixing rates possible. (wikipedia.org)

###### applies

- The continuous cruiser licence is so called as it applies to boats continuously cruising the waterway network as defined in the preamble. (wikipedia.org)