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  Analytic Technologies -- Social Network Analysis & Cultural Domain Analysis
Analytic Technologies -- Social Network Analysis and Cultural Domain Analysis
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  Analytic function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In mathematics, an analytic function is a function that is locally given by a convergent power series.
Analytic functions can be thought of as a bridge between polynomials and general functions.
The reciprocal of an analytic function that is nowhere zero, is analytic, as is the inverse of an invertible analytic function whose derivative is nowhere zero.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Analytic_function   (636 words)

  
 Analytic philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Analytic philosophy is the dominant philosophical movement of English-speaking countries, although one of its founders, Gottlob Frege, was German, and another, Ludwig Wittgenstein, was Austrian.
The term "analytic philosophy" in part denotes the fact that most of this philosophy traces its roots to the movement of "logical analysis" at the beginning of the century; in part the term serves to distinguish "analytic" from other kinds of philosophy, especially "continental philosophy".
Analytic philosophy's founding fathers, Frege, Wittgenstein, Carnap, the Logical Positivists (the Vienna Circle), the Logical Empiricists (in Berlin), and the Polish logicians were all products of the continent of Europe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Analytic_philosophy   (1972 words)

  
 Analytic proposition - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Loosely defined, an analytic proposition is a proposition the negation of which is self-contradictory, or a proposition that is true in every conceivable world, or a proposition that is true by definition.
Statements that aren't analytic — that is, whose truth or falsity cannot be established by reflecting on their meaning — are termed synthetic; see synthetic proposition.
Analytical judgements (affirmative) are therefore those in which the connection of the predicate with the subject is cogitated through identity; those in which this connection is cogitated without identity, are called synthetical judgments.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /analytic_proposition.htm   (711 words)

  
 Analytic philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytic philosophy is the dominant philosophical movement of English-speaking countries.
Analytic philosophy's founding fathers, Frege, Wittgenstein, Carnap, the Logical Positivists (the Vienna Circle), the Logical Empiricists (in Berlin), and the were all products of the continent of Europe.
Analytic philosophy has its origins in Gottlob Frege’s development of first-order predicate logic.
www.bucyrus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Analytic_philosophy   (1974 words)

  
 PlanetMath: complex analytic manifold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Examples of complex analytic manifolds are for example the Stein manifolds or the Riemann surfaces.
Complex analytic manifolds can also be considered as a special case of CR manifolds where the CR dimension is maximal.
This is version 2 of complex analytic manifold, born on 2005-02-22, modified 2005-03-05.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/ComplexAnalyticManifold.html   (221 words)

  
 Analytic Feminism
Analytic feminism holds that the best way to counter sexism and androcentrism is through forming a clear conception of and pursuing truth, logical consistency, objectivity, rationality, justice, and the good while recognizing that these notions have often been perverted by androcentrism throughout the history of philosophy….
Analytic feminists' use of these core concepts and their references to the work of traditional analytic philosophers allow them to converse with and build bridges among different groups of scholars, for example, traditional analytic philosophers, other feminist philosophers, and, in some cases, scientists or scholars in social studies of science.
Analytic feminists are being called upon to widen the rhetorical spaces in analytic philosophy as well as to recognize and scrutinize the images that they, in fact, use in the course of their allegedly literal speech.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/femapproach-analytic   (11956 words)

  
 The Philosophical Gourmet Report 2004 - 2006 :: Analytic and Continental Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytic philosophers, crudely speaking, aim for argumentative clarity and precision; draw freely on the tools of logic; and often identify, professionally and intellectually, more closely with the sciences and mathematics, than with the humanities.
Indeed, what distinguishes analytic philosophy even more than "style" is its adoption of the research paradigm common in the natural sciences, a paradigm in which numerous individual researchers make small contributions to the solution of a set of generally recognized problems.
Analytic philosophers do often miss the forest for the trees, and they often let dialectical ingenuity trump good sense (and sometimes science!) in terms of the views they will defend.
www.philosophicalgourmet.com /analytic.htm   (1185 words)

  
 Analysis
Analytic philosophy is alive and well precisely because of the range of conceptions of analysis that it involves.
Analytic philosophy is ‘analytic’ much more in the sense that analytic geometry is ‘analytic’ than in the crude decompositional sense that Kant understood it.
The creation of analytic geometry in the 17th century introduced a more reductive form of analysis, and an analogous and equally powerful form was introduced around the turn of the 20th century in the logical work of Frege and Russell.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/analysis   (5767 words)

  
 PlanetMath: analytic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Because of this equivalence, an analytic function in the complex case is often defined to be one that is holomorphic, instead of one having a Taylor series as above.
Although the two definitions are equivalent, it is not an easy matter to prove their equivalence, and a reader who does not yet have this result available will have to pay attention as to which definition of analytic is being used.
This is version 5 of analytic, born on 2001-12-28, modified 2004-10-24.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/Analytic.html   (161 words)

  
 Analytic Element Method (AEM)
The analytic element method was developed at the end of the seventies by Otto Strack at the University of Minnesota (Strack and Haitjema, 1981).
"Analytic Element Modeling of Groundwater Flow" by H. Haitjema, Academic Press, 1995, provides the basic theoretical framework for the analytic element method and describes on its use.
Traditionally, superposition of analytic functions was considered to be limited to homogeneous aquifers of constant transmissivity.
www.indiana.edu /~grwater/aem.html   (444 words)

  
 analytic geometry on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In plane analytic geometry a line is frequently described in terms of its slope, which expresses its inclination to the coordinate axes; technically, the slope m of a straight line is the (trigonometric) tangent of the angle it makes with the x -axis.
In solid analytic geometry the orientation of a straight line is given not by one slope but by its direction cosines, λ, μ, and ν, the cosines of the angles the line makes with the x-, y-, and z -axes, respectively; these satisfy the relationship λ
Analytic geometry was introduced by René Descartes in 1637 and was of fundamental importance in the development of the calculus by Sir Isaac Newton and G. Leibniz in the late 17th cent.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/a1/analytG1eo.asp   (783 words)

  
 Analytic Philosophy
The term "Analytic Philosophy" was applied during the twentieth century to the dominant philosophical tradition in English speaking academia, and has been applied retrospectively to the philosophical tradition stretching back through millenia before it.
Analytic philosophy emerged from, or at least, in the same period as, the revolution in logic which took place around the end of the 19th Century.
Analytic philosophy has evaded the adoption of formal techniques by positioning itself in an area which is little assisted by deductive reasoning, and which is properly considered an empirical science, the study of the English language.
www.rbjones.com /rbjpub/philos/inter016.htm   (915 words)

  
 Genomics|Activities|FBR|BC|Analytic Validity|Page 2
Analytic sensitivity of over 99 percent Myriad reports that “failure to detect a genetic variant or mutation in the analyzed DNA regions may result from errors in specimen handling and tracking, amplification and sequencing reactions, or computer-assisted analysis and data review.
Analytic specificity of over 99 percent Myriad reports that “the incidence of a false report of a genetic variant or mutation resulting from technical error is considered negligible because of independent confirmation of all genetic variants.
According to Myriad, “analytic validity of the assay was determined with a total of 27 samples, composed of 10 samples with known large rearrangements and 17 samples with no known large rearrangements.
www.cdc.gov /genomics/gtesting/ACCE/FBR/BC/BCAnaVal_09a.htm   (3041 words)

  
 Analytic philosophy, by Roger Jones
Analytic philosophy attempts to clarify, by analysis, the meaning of statements and concepts.
Analytic philosophy has been important in the in the English speaking academic world since the beginning of the 20th century.
By the 1970's there was a growing dissatisfaction with linguistic philosophy, and philosophers began to show more interest in the philosophy of mind and the application of philosophical methods to wider issues in politics, ethics and the nature of philosophy itself.
www.philosopher.org.uk /anal.htm   (1803 words)

  
 Analytic Vision
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 Right Reason: Substantive and Procedural Senses of 'Analytic'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Since all or most of the contributors to this weblog would describe themselves as ‘analytic’ conservatives, it may be useful to distinguish two senses of the term ‘analytic,’ one of which could be called substantive, the other procedural....
What distinguishes analytical philosophy, in its diverse manifestations, from other schools is the belief, first, that a philosophical account of thought can be attained through a philosophical account of language, and secondly, that a comprehensive account can only be so attained.
I'm described as an 'analytic' philosopher (in the second sense), even though I have very little in common substantively with any of the founders of 'analytic philosophy' (in the first sense): the linguistic turn, hostility to metaphysics (especially ontology), logicism, verificationism, behaviorism, the analytic/synthetic distinction.
rightreason.ektopos.com /archives/001238.html   (1636 words)

  
 Depth to Basement - Analytic Signal function   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytic Signal is an automated function that enables you to determine Analytic Signal depth solutions from gravity and magnetic profiles.
The Analytic Signal function is based on the U.S.G.S. program PDEPTH (Phillips, 1997), which is based on the method published by Nabighian (1972, 1974).
Analytic Signal is a GX function included in the Depth to Basement software extension for Oasis montaj.
www.geosoft.com /pinfo/partners/depthtobasement-analyticsignal.asp   (217 words)

  
 META Group, Inc. - Analytic Architecture Alchemy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytic architectures increasingly must support larger user communities, incorporate a greater variety of information sources, and accommodate robust analytic functions.
Additionally, to fully document the analytic architecture, the DW architect should note how processes are being instantiated, how they are communicating, and how frequently they are executing.
As analytic environments become more robust and complex, vendors are (and will continue) providing solutions for extracting data from the breadth of sources, for populating/managing/accessing the range of aforementioned targets.
www.metagroup.com /us/displayArticle.do?oid=31274   (767 words)

  
 Defining and Working with Analytic Workspaces, 9 of 12
If you request read/write access to an analytic workspace that is being used in read/write mode by another session, whether or not OLAP Services waits for the analytic workspace and the message OLAP Services returns to the application depends on how you have coded the DATABASE command as described in "Waiting for an analytic workspace".
If you specify the NOWAIT keyword (the default) and if the analytic workspace is not available for the type of access you are requesting, then an error message is produced that indicates that the analytic workspace is unavailable.
If your analytic workspaces are in use almost all of the time, you need to develop a strategy for attaching the analytic workspace in read/write, exclusive mode.
www.cs.uvm.edu /oracle9doc/olap.901/a86720/workdb9.htm   (490 words)

  
 Analytic Chemistry [encyclopedia]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytical chemistry is simply the analysis of material samples to gain an understanding of their chemical composition.
Analytical methods rely on scrupulous attention to cleanliness, sample preparation, precision, and accuracy.
In this method a known quantity of the element or compound under study is added, and the difference between the concentration added, and the concentration observed is the amount actually in the sample.
kosmoi.com /Science/Chemistry/Analytical   (711 words)

  
 Analytic Mode   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In a hypertext, the net effect of using the analytic mode is that an author can provide information in the finest detail without having to worry about taking up space with details readers only interested an overview don't want; the purpose of the analytic mode is to provide details.
Therefore, for a work using both panoptic modes (synoptic and analytic), at analytic level the author can assume a reader has some purpose in pursuing detailed information.
The analytic mode in hypertext is no different as such from the analytic mode in print.
users.rcn.com /mackey/thesis/analytic.html   (169 words)

  
 Glossary - analytic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Philosophers have given several different definitions of the term analytic, generally in terms which are themselves open to various interpretations.
Under these definitions the concept of analyticity may be either an epistemic concept, concerned with how a sentence can be shown to be true, or a semantic concept, affirming something about the meaning of the statement, e.g.
Thus a statement is synthetic iff it is not analytic.
www.rbjones.com /rbjpub/philos/glossary/analyt.htm   (281 words)

  
 Analytic Functions in Oracle 8i and 9i
Analytic Functions, which have been available since Oracle 8.1.6, are designed to address such problems as "Calculate a running total", "Find percentages within a group", "Top-N queries", "Compute a moving average" and many more.
Analytic Functions add extensions to the SQL language that not only make these operations easier to code; they make them faster than could be achieved with pure SQL or PL/SQL.
Analytic functions are the last set of operations performed in a query except for the final ORDER BY clause.
www.akadia.com /services/ora_analytic_functions.html   (2691 words)

  
 Analytic Partners - Unlocking Business Potential Through Analytics
Analytic Partners - Unlocking Business Potential Through Analytics
As a leading independently-held global marketing research firm, we focus on providing highly-customized, results-oriented analytics and consulting services including marketing mix modeling, segmentation, loyalty analysis, and optimization.
With a wide breadth of business experience and analytic techniques, we’re uniquely equipped to guide you toward more cost-effective and profitable marketing strategies.
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 Encyclopedia article on Analytic geometry [EncycloZine]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Analytic geometry, also called coordinate geometry and earlier referred to as Cartesian geometry, is the study of geometry using the principles of algebra.
Some consider that the introduction of analytic geometry was the beginning of modern mathematics.
Analytic geometry, for algebraic geometers, is also the name for the theory of (real or) complex manifolds and the more general analytic spaces defined locally by the vanishing of analytic functions of several complex variables (or sometimes real ones).
encyclozine.com /Analytic_geometry   (349 words)

  
 Carnap, Rudolf [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
His main concerns were (i) to give an account of the distinction between analytic and synthetic statements and (ii) to give a suitable formulation of the verifiability principle; that is, to find a criterion of significance appropriate to scientific language.
Carnap thus defines analytic statements as logically determined statements: their truth depends on logical rules of inference and is independent of experience.
Formal space is analytic a priori; it is concerned with the formal properties of the space that is with those properties which are a logical consequence of a definite set of axioms.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/c/carnap.htm   (5674 words)

  
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