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quantic

[′kwän·tik]
(mathematics)
A homogeneous algebraic polynomial with more than one variable.
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QuantIC is one of four new Quantum Technology Hubs which are sharing in Au270m in funding from the UK Government over the next five years, and is the only hub to be based in Scotland.
Beyond' tells the mysterious and troubling story of a girl who is linked to a ghostly entity, according to Quantic Dream founder David Cage.
Heavy Rain was written and directed by Quantic Dream's chief executive, David De Gruttola.
He is now co-CEO of Quantic Dream with Guillaume de Fondaumiere, and previously offered two thriller games revolving around serial killers, Omikron: The Nomad Soul (1999) and Fahrenheit (2005).
Upon realising the potency and sheer quality present in these players, Holland assembled his Combo B[sz]rbaro (literally translating as 'group of barbarians or people from outside Europe') to take up the baton from The Quantic Soul Orchestra "Colombian music is not widely known or heard in Europe, neighbouring Brazil''s musical output often eclipses the rest of Latin America in the listeners, perception of the southern continent," explains Will.
David Cage of Quantic Dream presented a dramatic update to the much anticipated PS3 title.
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While Cayley also proposed new terms such as quantic, it is less known than the above group.
NASDAQ: ADSK) announced that Quantic Dream, maker of the highly acclaimed "Heavy Rain" videogame, has adopted Autodesk software suites and Autodesk Gameware technology for development of the company's next title.
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The Quantum Imaging Centre, QuantIC, brings collectively specialists from the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol, Heriot-Watt, Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Oxford to commercialise cameras built with newly-developed quantum technology.
1) that a quantic nucleus on a quantale Q is a submultiplicative closure operator on Q.