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hyperbolic

adjective blown-up, distorted, elaborated, embellished, enhanced, enlarged, exaggerated, expanded, expressed to an excess, expressed to an extreme, heightening, inflated, intensified, magnified, over amplified, puffing up, stretched, stretched to the imagination, swelled
See also: extreme, inflated
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However, because hyperbolic equations did not accurately describe many participants' choices in the cost condition, further research is required to determine the extent to which delay similarly influences choice in situations involving rewards and costs.
Porti, Twisted cohomology for hyperbolic three manifolds, Osaka J.
The accuracy of the hyperbolic tangent approximation is evaluated using average and maximum error with variable m size memory and g amplification of signal [bar.
In this investigation, this function is determined using the hyperbolic equation (Eq.
five input pattern is introduced, the two patterns in both the, sigmoid functions and tangent hyperbolic, provided acceptable results
In present case of the hyperbolic focusing lens vertical incidence occurs, i.
Instead of perpetually accessing and rebuilding a reference list of all available network paths, each router in the Internet would know only its hyperbolic coordinates and the coordinates of its neighbours so it could route in the right direction, only relaying the information to its closest neighbor in that direction, according to the researchers.
Notice then that some dreaming skepticisms --and not only the brain-in-a-vat or the evil demon types of skepticisms-- can be very hyperbolic, if we accept that more or less hyperbolic be understood in terms of the remoteness/closeness of the possible scenarios to which the skepticism in question appeals.
Hyperbolic localization is time-difference of arrival of sound wave to microphone pair evaluation method enabling to find sound source position coordinates.
The theory of Gromov hyperbolic spaces is a useful tool in order to understand the connections between graphs and Potential Theory (see e.