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Lipschitz condition

[ lip-shits ]
/ ˈlɪp ʃɪts /
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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.
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Also called Hölder condition.

Origin of Lipschitz condition

Named after Rudolf Lipschitz (1832–1903), German mathematician

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