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resolvent

 [re-zol´vent]
1. promoting resolution or the dissipation of a pathologic growth.
2. an agent that promotes resolution.

re·sol·vent

(rē-zol'vĕnt),
1. Causing resolution.
2. An agent that arrests an inflammatory process or causes the absorption of a neoplasm.

resolvent

/re·sol·vent/ (re-zol´vent)
1. promoting resolution or the dissipation of a pathologic growth.
2. an agent that promotes resolution.

resolvent

(rĭ-zŏl′vənt)
adj.
Causing or able to cause separation into constituents; solvent.
n.
A resolvent substance, especially a medicine that reduces inflammation or swelling.

resolvent

1. promoting resolution or the dissipation of a pathological growth.
2. an agent that promotes resolution.

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To compute an estimate for the norm of the resolvent using (3.
To avoid the computation of the resolvent of matrices with eigenvalues nearby the closed negative real axis, the initial matrix A is preconditioned by the computation of one matrix square root [5, 19], that shifts all the eigenvalues to the open right half plane.
The main reason is to avoid the resolvent of a matrix with eigenvalues nearby the closed negative real axis.
All the algorithms involve a prior Schur decomposition of A to reduce the cost and the computation of one matrix square root to avoid the evaluation of the resolvent of a matrix with eigenvalues nearby the closed negative real axis.
11), the scheme Solve with the scaling D would indeed work for each fixed 7 in the resolvent set with optimal complexity.
Hence A([gamma]) is uniformly bounded in H([gamma]) for [gamma] in the resolvent set.
Concerning the specification of the scheme Solve in the above Algorithm 3, we can refer directly to [2] since the underlying equivalent formulation of the resolvent equation in wavelet coordinates is straightforward as given above.
In fact, since the resolvent equations are solved in the wavelet coordinate domain, the intermediate quantities [w.
Concerning an equivalent formulation in wavelet coordinates, recall that the resolvent application suggested to represent the evolution operators in the dual basis [PSI], i.