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## is time continuous

Either way, my perception of time MUST be discrete because of the inevitable lapse times and limitations of my own synapses, right? If time were really continuous, what would be keeping one moment from sliding into the next? where A is the signal amplitude, f 0 is the signal frequency, and. Continuous-time signals. if you count days, or record hours rounded to the nearest hour then it is rather discrete; when you record days, hours and minutes of something happening, then it is closer to continuous. The mathematical model for a sinusoid signal is. Either way, my perception of time MUST be discrete because of the inevitable lapse times and limitations of my own synapses, right? I am not a physicist, just a philosopher. In the case of Present Perfect Continuous usages, in this example: Next time I will be going to the beach by myself. Transforming between continuous-time and discrete-time representations is useful, for example, if you have estimated a discrete-time linear model and require a continuous-time model instead for your application. Continuous signals function according to time t. A sinusoidal function of time is one of the most basic signals. It depends how did you record the time, e.g. About Time. Continuous-time stochastic processes are approximations to physically realizable phenomena. Relativity itself only actually observes that there is “movement”, and “assumes” there is “time”. If time were really continuous, what would be keeping one moment from sliding into the next? Is time continuous or discrete? If anyone would like to explain this more to me, please do. If anyone would like to explain this more to me, please do. But does space-time remain smooth and continuous even on the shortest distance scales, or does it become coarse and grainy? Is time continuous or discrete? you could use such form, but some additional reference is needed in context: Next time I will be going to the beach by myself because you did not have a good time. You can use c2d and d2c to transform any linear identified model between continuous-time and discrete-time representations. I am not a physicist, just a philosopher. It can be viewed both as discrete and as continuous. In fact we have discrete-time and continous-time models. Researchers cannot agree. Next time I will go to the beach by myself. is the signal phase shift. If, I say, for instance “The bus arrives here at 9 o'clock,” I implicitly mean that the pointing of the small hand of my watch to 9 and the arrival of the bus are simultaneous events

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