
Definition of Connectivity
1. Noun. The property of being connected or the degree to which something has connections.
Definition of Connectivity
1. Noun. The state of being connected ¹
2. Noun. (context: telecom) The ability to make a connection between two or more points in a network ¹
3. Noun. (countable mathematics) In a graph, a measure of concatenated adjacency (the number of ways that points are connected to each other) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Connectivity
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Literary usage of Connectivity
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1. Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable by Andrew Russell Forsyth (1893)
"Let a loopcut be drawn in a surface of connectivity N, as before for a crosscut,
there are two cases for consideration, according as the loopcut does or ..."
2. Information and Communication Technologies for Development in Africa by Tina James (2004)
"connectivity The main issue that affected the use of ICTs by various communities
was, and continues to be, connectivity and its availability and ..."
3. Learning to Change: Ict in Schools by OECD Staff (2001)
"Most countries see improving Interner connectivity as an important element ...
Secondary schools frequently have a higher level of connectivity than primary ..."
4. The Geometric Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations and Algebraic Functions by Georges Valiron (1984)
"THE connectivity OF RIEMANN SURFACES  THE GENUS 7  Theorems on connectivity
We shall consider a Riemann surface with ri sheets planar or spherical. ..."
5. Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable by Heinrich Burkhardt (1913)
"connectivity of this Surface One frequently encounters the problem to apply the
general theorems of Chapter IV concerning singlevalued functions of z to ..."
6. Treatise on Physics by Andrew Gray (1901)
"connectivity of Spaces.—The question whether a function J'does or does not ...
The connectivity of a spice is always designated by a number greater than the ..."
7. Aerodynamics: Constituting the First Volume of a Complete Work on Aerial Flight by Frederick William Lanchester (1907)
"connectivity.—It is possible to connect any two points in a region containing
fluid by an infinite number of paths traversing the fluid. ..."