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  • adj. asymptotic

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Belonging to or having the character of an asymptote; approaching indefinitely near, but never meeting.

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Examples

  • If I revised the same story over and over trying to make it perfect, at best it would an asymptotical approach, always getting closer but never quite making it.

    David Steffen's quest for publication and world domination: What is The Race?

  • In these perpetual lines and curves ran the asymptotical negotiation from beginning to end -- and so it might have run for two centuries, without hope of coincidence.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Volume 30: 1579-80

  • The long ascending line from dead matter to man has been a progress Godwards, -- not an asymptotical progress, but destined from the beginning to furnish a point of union; and occupying that point as true God and true man, -- as Creator and created, -- we recognize the adorable Monarch of all the future!

    The Testimony of the Rocks or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed

  • The book presents the latest asymptotical models, simplified Navier-Stokes equations and viscous-inviscid interaction theroies and will be of critical interest to researchers, engineers, academics and advanced graduate students in the areas of fluid mechanics, compressible flows, aerodynamics and aircraft design, applied mathematics and computational fluid dynamics.

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  • * Includes a chapter introducing asymptotical methods to enable advanced level students to use the book

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  • [1, 2] has been developed by carrying out an asymptotical dimensional reduction from 3D elasticity equations to a 1D model in the form of Timoshenko theory.

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