Define the Dynamically continuous innovations as a classification technique?

Can some one provide the details of classification technique known as Dynamically continuous innovations?
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"- An innovation is regarded as dynamically continuous, when it includes some technological change in the product, but requires no behavioral change on the part of the consumer for product usage, consumption and resultant experiences. - The technological change is brought either to increase efficiency, or provide greater value to the consumer. - Example: the walkman giving way to the portable CD player, or the semi-automatic washing machine giving way to the fully automatic one. Source:"
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"Dynamically continual invention the introduction of new releases through an component of significant invention that could need key revaluation with the solution in customers' acquiring habits. "
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