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In mathematics, coarse functions are functions that may appear to be continuous at a distance, but in reality are not necessarily continuous. Although continuous functions are usually observed on a small scale, coarse functions are usually observed on a large scale.
- Chul-Woo Lee and Jared Duke (2007), Coarse Function Value Theorems. Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal 8 (2)
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