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  • adjective mathematics Occurring at each point of a given set.

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Examples

  • The predicate symbols are interpreted ˜pointwise™, i.e. so that for example

    First-order Model Theory

  • On shabbat I played Oh Hell with Tal, and we went back and forth, pointwise, each round.

    Scrabble With Rachel

  • On shabbat I played Oh Hell with Tal, and we went back and forth, pointwise, each round.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • And what she may have gained pointwise on the paper would be a pittance.

    Why So Evil?

  • The game was very close pointwise with my chance at victory taken away by a last-turn dump of the ass on me durring the second round.

    GAMING NEWS: End of TLC As We Know It (24 May 2006)!

  • The game was very close pointwise with my chance at victory taken away by a last-turn dump of the ass on me durring the second round.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • In '82 Yau and Peter Li wrote an exceedingly important paper giving a pointwise differential inequality for linear heat equations which can be integrated along curves to give classic Harnack inequalities.

    Quick note: Yau vs New Yorker

  • Past matches between Nodonn and Pallol had been very close, pointwise.

    The Golden Torc

  • These mutations too were found ordinarily to occur pointwise and randomly, in one gene at a time, without affecting an identical gene that might be present nearby in a homologous chromosome.

    Hermann J. Muller - Nobel Lecture

  • Hence there is no pointwise connexion between the two and it is meaningless to say that the molecules of the grass are in any place which has a determinate spatial relation to the place occupied by the grass which we see.

    The Concept of Nature The Tarner Lectures Delivered in Trinity College, November 1919

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