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hyperbolic

, hyperbolical
of or relating to a hyperbola
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In the double surface model Bohr radius expressed in the units of Compton wavelengths of the electron is deduced from the average path on the elliptic and hyperbolic side of the orbit:
We believe that using such a routing architecture based on hyperbolic geometry will create the best possible levels of efficiency in terms of speed, accuracy, and resistance to damage," said Krioukov.
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Paper deals with possibility of acoustic source position determination using hyperbolic localization algorithm for time-differences evaluation in microphone arrays.
But, it is not easy to determine whether a given space is Gromov hyperbolic or not.
Before hyperbolic geometry was discovered, it was thought to be completely obvious that Euclidean geometry correctly described physical space, and attempts were even made, by Kant and others, to show that this was necessarily true.
But flying the flag for the hyperbolic paraboloids (you should see the flag
A HYPERBOLIC YARN In 1997, as Daina Taimina geared up to teach an undergraduate-geometry class, she faced a challenge.
The hyperbolic claims on the book cover are a bit much, but overall, Templar knows how to impart the basic guidelines of management, with a little bit of humor, in a simple, easy-to-follow style that most managers, no matter what their experience, can easily relate to.
Equal parts of politics (gender, race, and class), religion, superstition, and folklore combine to forge a world authentic to its own laws and logic, complete with (recognizably Surrealist) hyperbolic transformations of understated nature.