boxcar function

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Etymology[edit]

The graph resembles a rectangular boxcar on a railway line.

Noun[edit]

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A graphical representation of a boxcar function.

boxcar function ‎(plural boxcar functions)

  1. (mathematics) Any function whose value is zero except for a finite part of its argument for which it has a constant non-zero value

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