monotonic definition

  • adjective:
    • of or utilising the Greek system of diacritics which discards the breathings and hires just one accent to point tension.
    • said of a function that either never reduces or never increases as its separate adjustable increases.
    • Uttered in a monotone; monotonous.
    • Of, regarding, or uttered in, a monotone; monotonous.
    • Always increasing or constantly lowering, since the worth of the separate adjustable increases; -- of a function.
    • of a sequence or purpose; regularly increasing rather than reducing or regularly reducing and do not increasing in price
    • sounded or talked in a tone unvarying in pitch
  • others:
    • Monotonous.
    • Pertaining to a monotone; uttered in a monotone; additionally, with the capacity of making but one tone, as a drum.
    • Homogeneous; in marine zo├Âlogy an aggregation of organisms is reported to be monotonic if some one species, genus, or family members forms more than one 1 / 2 of the total volume.

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