analytic continuation

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analytic continuation

[‚an·əl′id·ik kən·tin·yü′ā·shən]
(mathematics)
The process of extending an analytic function to a domain larger than the one on which it was originally defined.
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Early the next morning they were climbing the almost perpendicular crags which formed the last, but greatest, natural barrier between them and their destination.
Our natural barriers, while they have doubtless saved us from defeat on countless occasions, have not by any means rendered us immune from attack," he explained, "for so great is the wealth of Gathol's diamond treasury that there yet may be found those who will risk almost certain defeat in an effort to loot our unconquered city; so thus we find occasional practice in the exercise of arms; but there is more to Gathol than the mountain city.
These inserts work with a woman's body to form a natural barrier that keeps sperm from reaching the eggs, preventing pregnancy.
The sugary stuff provides a natural barrier between your skin and the blade, and it'll leave your legs super soft.
Many people believe the sand bar off Llandudno dissipates tides and protects the town from strong currents and potential flooding, with Mr Turner calling it "Mother Nature's natural barrier from the elements".
Two new cleansing wipes are now available in 3M s Cavilon skin care products range which help to preserve the skin s natural barrier properties and prevent Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD).
The island is surrounded by coral reefs, which form a natural barrier against storm surges which may otherwise swamp the island.
London, July 11 ( ANI ): A new research has found that eating particular fruits and vegetables daily, such as blueberries, kale and spinach can help one's skin build up a natural barrier to the sun's harmful rays.
They can provide a natural barrier against weeds and protect roots from frost damage in winter or scorching in the summer.
The body balm is comprised of NMF (natural moisturizing factor), shea butter, squalane, sweet almond butter, hyaluronic acid, and a natural plant extract designed to rebuild the natural barrier of the epidermis, intensively revitalizing and softening the skin, easing irritation, eliminating discomfort caused by peeling and flaking, and protecting against harmful external factors.
99 for 50g from pharmacies or ask a GP to prescribe 250g) This lanolin and fragrance-free cream combines glycerol and soft, white paraffin to prevent dryness and restore the skin's natural barrier.
Wetlands, marshes and mangroves provide a natural barrier against these disasters by, for example, staving off erosion, Fagan notes.