Lipschitz condition

[ lip-shits ]
/ ˈlɪp ʃɪts /

noun Mathematics.

the property of a function on a closed interval such that the absolute value of the difference in functional values at any two points in the interval is less than a constant times the absolute value of the difference of the points raised to some positive power m, called the order.

Origin of Lipschitz condition

named after Rudolf Lipschitz (1832–1903), German mathematician
Also called Hölder condition. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019