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Hyper-

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Hyper- (Chem) A prefix equivalent to super- or per-; as hyperoxide, or peroxide. Obs See Per-.
    • Hyper- A prefix signifying over above; as, hyperphysical, hyperthyrion; also, above measure abnormally great excessive; as, hyperæmia, hyperbola, hypercritical, hypersecretion.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Greyhounds are not hyper and do not need constant exercise; they are quite happy occupying space on a couch.
    • n hyper- A hypercritic.
    • hyper- To move about actively; bustle.
    • hyper- A prefix of Greek origin, meaning ‘over,’ and usually implying transcendence or excess. It is freely used as an English formative, often with only secondary reference to the Greek. Specifically — In chem., the same as super-, indicating the highest of a series of compounds: thus, hyperchloric acid signifies the highest of the series of chlorin acids, containing more oxygen than chloric acid. The prefix per- is now generally used for hyper-, as perchloric, permanganic, etc.
    • hyper- In mod. math., chiefly denoting extension, generalization, or complication, as in hypers pace, hyper geometrical.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Gr. "ype`r over, above; akin to L. super, E. over,. See Over, and cf. Super-

Usage

In literature:

Wrote some beastly little pamphlet on the ideontology of the hyper-imaginative.
"Fantômas" by Pierre Souvestre
It is reduced by the hyper-abduction method (p. 60).
"Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition." by Alexander Miles
There are plenty of hyper-space jobs waiting for us all over the galaxy, you know that.
"Equation of Doom" by Gerald Vance
His wife brought him back from hyper-Homeric vision to the concrete.
"In a Little Town" by Rupert Hughes
For our part, however, we will not pursue such hyper-criticism.
"Flowers of Freethought" by George W. Foote
Briefly, he is hyper-sensitive to the thought of physical pain, that's all.
"Take the Reason Prisoner" by John Joseph McGuire
Drink besides, as it renders some men hyper-sensitive, made Huish callous.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. XIX (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
You, Dane, are hyper-refined, or refined beyond the times.
"The Kempton-Wace Letters" by Jack London
It came almost simultaneously, and the pirate disappeared as they went into the hyper-space of the warp-line.
"Evil Out of Onzar" by Mark Ganes
Final warning that the ship was going into hyper-flight.
"Thompson's Cat" by Robert Moore Williams
But few discern in the luxurious comfort of hyper-civilized life a peculiar peril.
"The Challenge of the Country" by George Walter Fiske
It is obvious that in the primeval forests of Germany no such hyper-refined voluptuousness could exist as in Rome.
"The Origin of the Family Private Property and the State" by Frederick Engels
Or a hyper-accurate inertial navigation system.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
One after another, a hyper museum.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
Something hyper-feminine set her apart from the women of that other world in which he moved.
"The Man with the Double Heart" by Muriel Hine
He was not hyper-sensitive, but he wanted to avoid seeing what the towel would hide.
"'£19,000'" by Burford Delannoy
Thus smoking finally causes apprehension, hyper-excitability, and muscular unrest.
"Habits that Handicap" by Charles B. Towns
We conclude that it is not physical but hyper-physical, not natural but supranatural.
"British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Volume LIV" by Various
Hyper-aeolian, Hyper-ionian, Hypo-lydian, Lydian, Phrygian, Ionian, Hypo-phrygian.
"The Modes of Ancient Greek Music" by David Binning Monro
His hyper-sensitive nature was suffering.
"Prince Charlie" by Burford Delannoy
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In poetry:

Around my vine-wreathed portico,
At evening, there's a perfect glow
Of little lights a-flashing--
As if the stellar bodies had
From super-heat grown hyper-mad,
And spend their ire in clashing.
"Lightning-Bugs" by Hattie Howard

In news:

Littleton Police First in Colorado to Offer Hyper Local Citizen Alerts.
Rolling out a new vSphere version 5.1 at VMworld 2012, VMware executives said competitor Microsoft's Hyper- V is still just a "good enough" alternative to its technology.
VMware Execs Say Microsoft Hyper- V Still Playing Catch-Up to vSphere.
Can I use OVF-packaged virtual appliances with Hyper- V.
Microsoft and collaborators today announced a beta release of drivers that enable the open source FreeBSD 8.2 server operating system to run in a virtual machine (VM) using Microsoft's Hyper- V Server.
'Killer Joe' is hyper- brutal, wickedly intriguing.
Do Nike's Hyper Elite US Olympic basketball uniforms sound familiar.
Raindropping app delivers hyper- local rain forecast to your phone.
0 Raindropping, a new app for iOS, combines weather data and geolocation to deliver hyper- local rain forecasts.
Fairbanks man relives history with hyper- detailed models.
Hyper extended his winning streak to five, beating Clear Attempt by a nose in the $79,000 allowance feature on the turf at Belmont Park.
Experts debate advantages, dangers of ' hyper- connectivity'.
Make your meetings hyper- productive and fun.
The latest challenge to black America's hyper-masculine arenas.
First as the hyper-animated frontman for skavalicious punks Gals Panic and then as one of Austin's most talented and respected animators.
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In science:

They can be realized by considering type IIB string theory on a sixmanifold M times a hyper-K¨ahler four-manifold that develops the corresponding ADE -type singularity .
A class of six-dimensional conformal field theories
Following Hitchin we have a natural hyper-K¨ahler structure I, J and K on T ∗A.
Higgs Bundles and Four Manifolds
It is not obvious if the moduli space of stable Higgs bundles has a hyper-K¨ahler structure.
Higgs Bundles and Four Manifolds
Our field space has a hyper-K¨ahler structure preserved by the G as well as by the S 1 symmetry acting on the fiber of T ∗A.
Higgs Bundles and Four Manifolds
As a global supersymmetric field theory on M certain path integral of our model will be localized to a finite dimensional subspace N of the hyper-K¨ahler quotient of T ∗A by G .
Higgs Bundles and Four Manifolds
The above argument is valid regardless whether N preserves the hyper-K¨ahler structure or not.
Higgs Bundles and Four Manifolds
The above combinatorial definition can be recast in a simpler form as a minimization problem of a cost-energy function on a topological structure which is a mixture of a random graph (2-spin links) and hyper-graph (3-spin hyper-links).
Phase coexistence and finite-size scaling in random combinatorial problems
The previous self consistency equations for r0 (or for the magnetization m = 1 − r0 ) can easily be derived by the same probabilistic argument used in, due to the fact that the clause independence allows to treat the graph and the hyper-graph part separately.
Phase coexistence and finite-size scaling in random combinatorial problems
One can show that, for any random (hyper-)graph, PSAT is given by 2−Nhl, where Nhl is the number of independent (hyper-)loops .
Phase coexistence and finite-size scaling in random combinatorial problems
Data has been averaged over 104 different random hyper-graphs.
Phase coexistence and finite-size scaling in random combinatorial problems
In order to estimate P (m; γ, p) we may restrict ourselves to consider only simple loops (made of 2-spin links), because hyper-loops which involve at least one 3-spin link are irrelevant in the thermodynamical limit.
Phase coexistence and finite-size scaling in random combinatorial problems
Both these generators do not suffer from the lattice or hyper plane structure defect.
Monte Carlo: Basics
Our conclusions are qualitatively unchanged for the proposed Hyper-Kamiokande detector.
Inverting a Supernova: Neutrino Mixing, Temperatures and Binding Energy
Future prospects: The next generation of proton decay experiments such as Hyper-Kamiokande (HK) and UNO are expected to offer a new level of sensitivity to the physics of supernovae and neutrino mixing.
Inverting a Supernova: Neutrino Mixing, Temperatures and Binding Energy
This in turn allows to test (hyper-) scaling relations and to investigate the assumptions of two or three independent critical exponents.
Critical exponents of four-dimensional random-field Ising systems
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