Piecewise



[pees-wahyz] /ˈpisˌwaɪz/

adverb, Mathematics.
1.
denoting that a function has a specified property, as smoothness or continuity, on each of a finite number of into which its domain is divided:
a piecewise continuous function; a piecewise differentiable curve.

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