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quantic

[′kwän·tik]
(mathematics)
A homogeneous algebraic polynomial with more than one variable.
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Quantic brings together the universities of Glasgow, Bristol, Edinburgh, Exeter, Heriot-Watt, Imperial College, Strathclyde and Southampton with industrial partners from across the UK.
QuantIC brings together Heriot-University with the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol, Edinburgh, Exeter, Imperial College, Strathclyde and Southampton with industrial partners from across the UK.
Quantic Dream is a video game studio that offers interactive storytelling, popularising the genre of choice-dependent stories.
If the previous releases from developer Quantic Dream were graphically limited on the PS3, this isn't the case here.
Gameplay hasn't changed much from previous Quantic Dream titles.
Detroit's gameplay works a lot like Quantic Dream's previous works, with movement controlled by the left stick and most context-sensitive commands being done with the right stick.
With the upcoming Playstation 4 game 'Detroit: Become Human,' developer Quantic Dream takes the question 'What does it mean to be human?' and flips it on its head.
Paul worked closely with the Behavioural Science Unit in Quantico, Virginia, which features Behavi Quantic s in the show that has proved a hit with web TV service Netflix's three million British subscribers.
They also discussed the effect of strong quantic nonlinearity on accuracy as compared to cubic nonlinearity.
The accountants would therefore experience greater conflict in the decision-making process, which demands greater quantic brain processing ability that is responsible for conscious reasoning.
For example, a quantic particle has wave-particle duality, which means a phenomenon can be perceived as a wave or a particle, depending on the circumstances.
Considering the real-time performance of the polynomial curve and the quantic polynomial obtained from the triple integral of the comfort function, we use the quantic polynomial for trajectory planning in Section 3.