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  • It has thus become more analytic, if not quite as much as English.
  • Other intelligence community organizations also have a collection role and possibly an analytic role.
  • Such low-level user analytic activities are presented in the following table.
  • It is a special case of a more general concept called analytic representation.
  • He made some famous contributions to modern analytic number theory.
  • In several cases, analytic results can be obtained more easily in the study of one-dimensional systems.
  • Early analytic philosophy had a less positive view of ordinary language.
  • Also note that such a continuation is by no means an analytic one.
  • One can easily prove that any analytic function of a real argument is smooth.
  • That's why some name forms considered below are not able in English which one is typical analytic language.
  • But analytic observations do not give us new knowledge of matters of fact, because they only tell us what is already known.
  • Also note that it would be equivalent to begin with an analytic function defined on some small open set.
  • Analytic results are very hard to obtain for social systems.
  • Granville's work is mainly in number theory, in particular analytic number theory.
  • Since the early twentieth century, philosophy in English-speaking universities has become much more analytic.
  • It also stands out by having a much more analytic structure than other Mesoamerican languages.
  • Something that is common in countries where analytic philosophy is not the dominant tradition.
  • Most special functions are analytic (at least in some range of the complex plane).
  • His early work was in classical analytic number theory.
  • This method became widely accepted in the twentieth century by the analytic school of philosophy.
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Synonyms of analytic

Meaning of analytic

  • adjective Using or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus
    analytic statics
  • adjective Using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)
    an analytic experiment, an analytic approach, a keenly analytic man, analytical reasoning, an analytical mind
  • adjective Expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection
  • adjective Of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience
    `all spinsters are unmarried' is an analytic proposition