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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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Thus, if we let S be a set of clauses, where every literal in S is indexed with an integer, then a deduction from S is called a lock deduction if and only if every clause in the deduction is either a clause in S or a lock resolvent.
This way, we can generate only one lock resolvent, namely:
It is similar to a chain reasoning where we start with a clause, resolve it with another clause to get a resolvent which is resolved again with some other clause until the empty clause is generated.
1 displays the values of the norm of the resolvent [parallel][([t.
p] [member of]] - [infinity], 0], the norm of the resolvent (3.
sigma](A), the following error estimate for the resolvent is available in [13, p.
of those computations which end up in a resolvent d, Q' where Q' is nonempty and cannot be further reduced because the delay conditions are not satisfied.
This consideration gives an explicit representation for the resolvent in terms of the integral operator
2) involve the application of resolvents which corresponds to (4.
Aside from being able to apply resolvents within a given accuracy tolerance (see (4.
Polynomial numerical hulls also can be used to gain information about the resolvent norm, [parallel][([zeta]I - A).
Since the resolvent can be written as a polynomial in the matrix: