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- adv. In an asymptotical manner, in the way of an asymptote, toward an asymptote
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an asymptotical manner; in a manner so as gradually to approach indefinitely near, though never to meet.
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- adv. toward an asymptote
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There have been so many events, and so many of them depend on when they occur in the time sequence, and so many of them are effectively "random" (i.e. uncorrelated) with respect to each other, that the probability of getting the same outcome with each iteration of the Phanerozoic asymptotically approaches zero.
Which is, more or less, the solution being approached asymptotically in the negotiations chronicled in the "Palestine Papers."
Android will be a bigger factor – Microsoft may be forced to asymptotically approach zero dollar pricing on the OS/Win Mobile …
More information always reduces confusion, asymptotically approaching an ideal state of zero confusion, but we always have more to learn.
I would expect that the curve would bend gradually (asymptotically) as we approached the maximum.
Like everyone else said, by its very nature, a measure like this is going to increase asymptotically, not linearly.
Los Angeles 'weather asymptotically achieved Goldilocks Factor for most of the past couple weeks, which must explain why the sky is so balls recently.
How will VCs stay relevant when the cost of launching an Internet business asymptotically approaches "free"?
I measure both the current and the voltage drop across the diode and discover that I is exponential and V is linear, therefore they are “asymptotically independent”
His position on most issues is asymptotically close to Hillary's.