Definition of monotonicity in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmänətnˈisətē/


See monotonic

‘In short, in ceasing to be homogenous, they cannot escape their own monotonicity.’
  • ‘We are interested in testing the hypothesis of a relatively recent population expansion; thus we limited our investigation to the time interval where monotonicity applies.’
  • ‘This takes advantage of the better asymptotic properties of the difference in the log variances, as well as of the monotonicity of the transformation.’
  • ‘The significance of monotonicity is that simple linear models are able to capture interaction effects and nonlinear effects amazingly well.’
  • ‘Knowing some of their properties, such as monotonicity, is often sufficient to constrain the behavior of the variables.’