Definitions for "Asymptote"
A line which approaches nearer to some curve than assignable distance, but, though infinitely extended, would never meet it. Asymptotes may be straight lines or curves. A rectilinear asymptote may be conceived as a tangent to the curve at an infinite distance.
On a graph, a curve which is approached but never reached.
a straight line to which a curve continuously draws nearer without ever touching it.
Asymptote is a powerful descriptive vector graphics language for technical drawing, inspired by MetaPost but with an improved C++-like syntax. Asymptote provides for figures the same high-quality level of typesetting that LaTeX does for scientific text.
A graphical description of a relation that uses arrows, as opposed to a standard two-variable plot.
Asymptote is a powerful descriptive vector graphics language, developed by Andy Hammerlindl, John Bowman, and Tom Prince, that provides a natural coordinate-based framework for technical drawing. Labels and equations are typeset with La Te X, for high-quality Post Script output. It is inspired by Metapost, but has a C++-like syntax.
Keywords:  hydrapier, miele, lise, rashid, hani
The founders of Asymptote Lise-Anne Couture and Hani Rashid are both Canadians living and working in New York city since 1989. Asymptote has concentrated in building design, art installations, 3-dimensional computer generated environments as well as product design and urban design with various buildings and a number of experimental environments realized. The Virtual Guggenheim Museum and the 3DTF Virtual Stock Exchange for the NYSE are two of Asymptote's most well known virtual reality environments, other projects of note that incorporate architecture and technology include the The Advanced Trading Floor for the NYSE and the Carlos Miele flagship store both in New York city as well as the Hydrapier Pavilion completed in 2002 in the Netherlands.
a statistical concept wherein two measurements are compared to each other
Keywords:  mathematical, term
a mathematical term