[ep-suh-lon-del-tuh, -luh n- or, esp. British, ep-sahy-luh n-] /ˈɛp səˌlɒnˈdɛl tə, -lən- or, esp. British, ɛpˈsaɪ lən-/
of or relating to a method or proof in calculus involving arbitrarily small numbers.
[ep-suh-lon-ney-ber-hoo d, -luh n- or, esp. British, ep-sahy-luh n-] /ˈɛp səˌlɒnˌneɪ bərˌhʊd, -lən- or, esp. British, ɛpˈsaɪ lən-/ noun, Mathematics. 1. the set of all points whose distance from a given point is less than some specified number epsilon.
- Epsilon squared
jargon A quantity even smaller than epsilon, as small in comparison to epsilon as epsilon is to something normal; completely negligible. If you buy a supercomputer for a million dollars, the cost of the thousand-dollar terminal to go with it is epsilon, and the cost of the ten-dollar cable to connect them is epsilon squared. […]
Concurrent simulation language derived from Simone. “EPSIMONE Manual”, J. Beziin et al, Pub Int No 90, IRISA, Sept 1978.
[ep-suh m] /ˈɛp səm/ noun 1. a town in Surrey, SE England, S of London: site of a famous racetrack (Epsom Downs) where the annual Derby is held. /ˈɛpsəm/ noun 1. a town in SE England, in Surrey: famous for its mineral springs and for horse racing. Pop (with Ewell): 64 492 (2001)