Definitions for **"Discrete"**

Separate; distinct; disjunct.

Disjunctive; containing a disjunctive or discretive clause; as, "I resign my life, but not my honor," is a discrete proposition.

Separate; not coalescent; -- said of things usually coalescent.

Nerve Transduction

Narcolepsy Transduction

Networks Transduction

A discrete random variable is a variable whose possible values are countable. Its probability distribution is described by a probability function that is positive only for the values which are possible and thus cannot be represented by a smooth curve.

Taking only non- continuous values, e.g., Boolean or natural numbers.

consisting of invididual, discontinuous parts; a variable can be discrete; compare to continuous.

Peroxide Ulcer Phantom

Nuclei Synapse

Separate. A discrete digital surround-sound format contains 5.1channels of audio information that are completely separate from each other; contrasted with a matrixed surround format such as Dolby Surround, which mixes the channels together for transmission or storage.

Audio information can be assigned and sent to exact speakers.

A channel that is both recorded and played back as a unique and independent entity.

A thermistor without a housing.

Strand

A term used to describe devices that are packaged in individual casings.