continuum n : a continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct of distinguishable from adjacent parts [also: continua (pl)]
- /kənˈtɪnjuəm/, /k@n"tInju@m/
- A continuous series or whole, no part of which is noticeably different from its adjacent parts, although the ends or extremes of it are very different from each other.
- The set of all real numbers and, more generally, a compact connected metric space.
- A touch sensitive strip, similar to a standard electronic musical keyboard, except that the note steps are 1/100th of a semitone, and so are not separately marked.
the set of real numbers
Continuum (occasionally spelled continuüm) (pl. -tinua or -tinuums) can refer to:
- Continuum (theory), anything that goes through a gradual transition from one condition, to a different condition, without any abrupt changes or "discontinuities".
- Continuum (mathematics), the real line, or more generally any space, ordering, or cardinal that shares certain properties of the real line (e.g., "connectedness" or "size").
- The Continuum, the browser-based fantasy collectible wargame.
- Continuum (computer game), the North American version of the classic computer game Alpha Waves.
- Command & Conquer: Continuum, a cancelled MMORPG in the Command & Conquer series.
- Continuum (game client), a game client for the SubSpace computer game.
- Continuum (games convention), a biannual British roleplaying convention dedicated to the worlds of Greg Stafford, Michael Moorcock, H. P. Lovecraft and many others.
- C°ntinuum, a time travel role-playing game.
- The C.H.A.O.S. Continuum, a time-travel adventure game in the year 2577.
- Continuum (album), an album by John Mayer released in 2006.
- Continuum (Ligeti), a composition for harpsichord by György Ligeti.
- "Continuum" (song), a song by Jaco Pastorius released on his self titled album, August 1976.
- Continuum (music project), a musical collaboration between Steven Wilson and Dirk Serries.
- Continuum (instrument), a continuous pitch performance controller developed by Haken Audio.
- Continuum, aka Continuing Anglican movement, dissenting churches who have left the Anglican Communion.
- Continuum concept, in psychology, Jean Liedloff's articulation of the natural principles upon which attachment parenting was founded.
- Continuum hypothesis, a mathematical hypothesis.
- Continuum mechanics, a branch of physics that deals with continuous matter.
- Space-time continuum
- Language continuum
- COntinuuM is a co-modeling methodology that guarantees the end-to-end provability of architectural, non-functional properties of real-time embedded systems. This methodology is developed by TELECOM ParisTech (formerly ENST). This technique was presented at the 12th International Conference on Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS'07), and more recently at the ERTS 2008 (4th European Congress on Embedded Real-time Software) by Isabelle Perseil, president of the scientific committee "Software Engineering" of the learned society SEE Club Technique Génie Logiciel de la Société savante de l'Electricité, de l'Electronique et des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication.
- "Consciousness Continuüm" or the Mindstream (Sanskrit: citta-santāna)
- Apache Continuum, a continuous integration server for building Java-based projects.
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