analytic function


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analytic function

n. Mathematics
Translations
analytická funkce
analitička funkcija
analytisk funktion
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For analytic boundaries and analytic function [gamma], the Nystrom method with the trapezoidal rule converges exponentially [22].
The new Global Business Innovation Department will integrate the analytic function of the market/technology needs belonging to the Technology & Innovation Headquarters' Business Process Innovation Department and the region-specific needs survey functions of the Global Business Planning & Operations Headquarters' International Business Promotion Department.
Geometric Function Theory also contains systematic investigations of various analytic function classes associated with a further generalization of the Dziok-Srivastava convolution operator, which is popularly known as the Wright-Srivastava convolution operator defined by using the Fox-Wright generalized hypergeometric function (see, for details, [9] and [20]; see also [23] and the references cited in each of these recent works including [9] and [20]).
This class is called starlike class of analytic function, let f [member of] [gamma].
9) is the Carleman boundary value problem for determining an analytic function Q(z).
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2003] were introduced a notion of Schwarzian derivative for a locally univalent harmonic mapping and showed that it retains some of the classical properties of the Schwarzian of an analytic function.
Then we say that the function g(z) is subordinate to f (z) if there exists an analytic function w(z) in E such that | w(z) |< 1 (z [member of] E) and g(z) = f (w(z)).
At present Sine approximation of the analytic function on a real axis which exponentially decreases in its end points is thoroughly discussed in [10, 15].
If U(t) is a complex-valued analytic function in a neighborhood of t = 0 and
infinity]] is an analytic function of [omega] in the lower half of the [omega]-plane, and its inverse transform as a function of time t is equal to zero when t < 0.
An analytic function f is subordinate to another analytic function g, written f [?