## asymptotically

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• Asymptotically this method takes approximately two read operations and one write operation per item.
• A scale-free network is a network whose degree distribution follows a power law, at least asymptotically.
• As described above, this asymptotically takes no longer than the usual rebuilding operation.
• However, the construction only works asymptotically, up to a certain order of approximation.
• Such space-times are known as "asymptotically flat" space-times.
• The escape time has been the subject of a number of studies using the small gate as an asymptotically small parameter.
• If the line asymptotically grows longer and longer without bound, the checkout process is not real-time.
• In some models the distribution of t-statistic is different from normal, even asymptotically.
• These points are only defined in an asymptotically flat universe.
• For asymptotically faster operations, a different data structure is needed.
• Scale-free networks: A scale-free network is a network whose degree distribution follows a power law, at least asymptotically.
• If all the poles have strictly negative real parts, the system is instead asymptotically stable.
• If this function is negative, the theory is asymptotically free.
• Asymptotically ideal money is the currency close to but still not ideal money.
• Such conditions say that some physical field or mathematical function is asymptotically vanishing in a suitable sense.
• A green background indicates an asymptotically best bound in the table.
• Key-independent optimality has been proved to be asymptotically equivalent to the working set theorem.
• Also, the distribution of the mean is known to be asymptotically normal due to the central limit theorem.
• However, it is an open problem whether many of the most well-known algorithms today are asymptotically optimal or not.
• As the black hole settles down, the two horizons approach each other, and asymptotically become the same surface.

### Meaning of asymptotically

• adverb Toward an asymptote
it grew asymptotically