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In discrete mathematics, a direction-preserving function (or mapping) is a function on a discrete space, such as the integer grid, that (informally) does not change too drastically between two adjacent points. It can be considered a discrete analogue of a continuous function. The concept was first defined by Iimura. Some variants of it were later defined by Yang, Chen and Deng, Herings, van-der-Laan, Talman and Yang, and others.

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• In discrete mathematics, a direction-preserving function (or mapping) is a function on a discrete space, such as the integer grid, that (informally) does not change too drastically between two adjacent points. It can be considered a discrete analogue of a continuous function. The concept was first defined by Iimura. Some variants of it were later defined by Yang, Chen and Deng, Herings, van-der-Laan, Talman and Yang, and others. (en)
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• In discrete mathematics, a direction-preserving function (or mapping) is a function on a discrete space, such as the integer grid, that (informally) does not change too drastically between two adjacent points. It can be considered a discrete analogue of a continuous function. The concept was first defined by Iimura. Some variants of it were later defined by Yang, Chen and Deng, Herings, van-der-Laan, Talman and Yang, and others. (en)
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• Direction-preserving function (en)
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