gosasté, jodâ (#)
Apart or detached from others; separate; distinct. Composed of distinct or discontinuous elements.
Gosasté "broken, broken off," p.p. of gosastan "to break, split,"
Mid.Pers. wisistan "to break, split," Av. saed- "to split,"
asista- "unsplit, unharmed," Skt. chid- "to split, break, cut off,"
Gk. skhizein "to split," L. scindere "to split;"
PIE stem *skei- "to split, cut."
discrete absorption component (DAC)
hamne-ye daršami-ye gosasté
Fr.: composante d'absorption discrète
The rapid, systematic changes in the absorption parts of the → P Cygni profiles of the ultraviolet → resonance lines (Si IV, C IV, and N V) observed in a majority of massive → hot stars. DACs are typically seen to accelerate to the → blue wing of the profile over a few days, becoming narrower as they approach the → terminal velocity.
dâdehâ-ye gosasté (#)
Fr.: données discrètes
Data that can only take a small set of particular values, usually whole numbers. For instance, number of children in a family cannot be 2.4, since parents cannot actually have 2.4 children. → continuous data.
discrete radio source
xan-e râdioyi-ye jodâ
Fr.: radiosource discrète
A localized source on the celestial sphere that can be observationally separated at radio wavelengths from its background emission.
Fr.: spectre discret
A spectrum in which the component wavelengths (and wave numbers and frequencies) constitute a discrete sequence of values (finite or infinite in number) rather than a continuum of values.
Fr.: transition discrète
A transition between two quantum-mechanical energy levels. See also → discrete spectrum.
Fr.: valeur discrète
A quantity that has certain magnitudes and does not represent a → continuous variable.
Fr.: variable discret
A variable which has only → discrete values and has no in-between values.
discrete-time quantum walk
puyeš-e kuântomi bâ zamân-e gosasté
Fr.: marche quantique à temps discret
A → quantum walk involving a probabilistic → operator that changes the direction while leaving the position fixed, and a shift operator that changes the position. Discrete-time quantum walk was introduced by J. Watrous (2001, Journal of Computer and System Sciences 62, 376)