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10 Mar continuum

A series that can be represented by end-points in which the values between the ends vary so much that discreet points may be difficult to find or assign. As the points approach each end, the values are successively more like the end toward which they approach, and less like the end from which they are growing more distant.
Keywords: analog
abstraction
chaos
self-similarity
random
References: context
knowledge representation
logic
taxonomy

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