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analytic function

[‚an·əl′id·ik ′fuŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function which can be represented by a convergent Taylor series. Also known as holomorphic function.
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The desire to have multiple peer groups in close proximity to analytical functions and the accompanying knowledge-sharing that results puts pressure on early planning phases to ensure proper adjacency and connectivity.
This method allows presenting piecewise dependence unital analytical function. Function has the additive structure uniting multiplicative members.
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Some blood analyzers, for example, will at some point in their operation perform an analytical function, such as optically reading the contents of a vial.
The State Department's analytical function remained in INR and has continued to this day to provide analytical insights in support of foreign policy.
Maximum deviation ([D.sub.max]) between the analytical function (E, W, N, LN, G) and the empirical one was calculated using relations (4).
Very large-scale circuit simulation is carried out through the modeling of transistor currents by mathematical approximation, using the complicated analytical function of input voltages.
In his new position, Geltman will be responsible for the integration of the firm's financial analytical function with the evolving technology-based information systems.
It "moves the analytical function closer to those who have ownership of the project, and ensures that all projects are subjected to same analytical protocol.
Measuring your exposure is an analytical function and reporting function that enables you to decide what your company's risk exposure should be.

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