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analyticity

(ˌænəlɪˈtɪsɪtɪ)
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the property of being analytic
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Noun1.analyticity - the property of being analytic
property - a basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class; "a study of the physical properties of atomic particles"
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Mean scores for inquisitiveness (41.52+-5.46), self-confidence (42.32+-6.19) and analyticity (42.14+-4.44) were above the subscale cut-off value of 40, while the lowest score was of truth seeking (28.4 9+-4.9 5).
Carnap and Quine: Analyticity, Naturalism, and the Elimination of Metaphysics, SEAN MORRIS
In [6], [phi]([epsilon], z) is shown to satisfy a continued fraction of Gauss, convergent in [absolute value of z] [less than or equal to] 1/4 uniformly in [epsilon] and this domain of analyticity is extended to the upper half-plane provided [epsilon] is real.
The number [gamma] depends on the size of the region of analyticity of the resolvent and is basically determined by the distance of the curve to the closest eigenvalue.
Hayashi, "Analyticity of solutions of the Korteweg-de Vries equation," SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis, vol.
Rattazzi, "Causality, analyticity and an IR obstruction to UV completion," Journal of High Energy Physics, vol.
It is worth emphasising that the proofs are purely combinatorial and thus do not require any arguments involving integral representations or analyticity. We note that our exposition builds up on the seminal papers of D.
This method benefits from the analyticity of the Laplace transform and efficient numerical inversion of this transform, an accurate discretization approach through Chebyshev collocation, and a convergent linearization technique, which results in a robust method for solving nonlinear time-fractional partial differential equations on a bounded domain.
Now we focus on the space analyticity. Our main method is Gevrey estimate, which was introduced by Foias and Temam [27], since that Gevrey class technique has become an effective approach in the study of space analyticity of solutions.
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Analyticity: Demanding the application of reason and evidence and inclined to anticipating consequences; 2.