**Analytic continuation** — In complex analysis, a branch of mathematics, analytic continuation is a technique to extend the domain of a given analytic function. Analytic continuation often succeeds in defining further values of a function, for example in a new region where … Wikipedia

**analytic continuation** — noun a) An extension of an analytic function which is itself analytic b) The practice of extending analytic functions … Wiktionary

**analytic continuation** — Math. 1. a method of finding a function that coincides with a given analytic function in a domain and that remains analytic in a larger domain. 2. any function found by this method. [1955 60] … Useful english dictionary

**Continuation (disambiguation)** — Continuation may refer to: Continuation, a concept in computer science Analytic continuation, a technique in complex analysis Continuation War, the Finno Soviet conflict during World War II Continuing patent application, a special type of patent… … Wikipedia

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**Analytic torsion** — In mathematics, Reidemeister torsion (or R torsion, or Reidemeister–Franz torsion) is a topological invariant of manifolds introduced by Kurt Reidemeister (Reidemeister (1935)) for 3 manifolds and generalized to higher dimensions by Franz (1935)… … Wikipedia

**Global analytic function** — In the mathematical field of complex analysis, a global analytic function is a generalization of the notion of an analytic function which allows for functions to have multiple branches. Global analytic functions arise naturally in considering the … Wikipedia

**Real analytic Eisenstein series** — In mathematics, the simplest real analytic Eisenstein series is a special function of two variables. It is used in the representation theory of SL2(R) and in analytic number theory. It is closely related to the Epstein zeta function.There are… … Wikipedia

**Non-analytic smooth function** — In mathematics, smooth functions (also called infinitely differentiable functions) and analytic functions are two very important types of functions. One can easily prove that any analytic function of a real argument is smooth. The converse is not … Wikipedia

**Rigid analytic space** — In mathematics, a rigid analytic space is an analogue of a complex analytic space over a nonarchimedean field. They were introduced by John Tate in 1962, as an outgrowth of his work on uniformizing p adic elliptic curves with bad reduction using… … Wikipedia