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hy·per·cube

 (hī′pər-kyo͞ob′)
n.
1. Any of a set of objects resulting from the generalization of a two-dimensional square and a three-dimensional cube to n dimensions. A hypercube has 2n corners, each of which is connected to its n nearest adjacent corners by edges that all have the same length.
2. A network whose nodes have the connectivity of such an object.

hypercube

(ˈhaɪpəˌkjuːb)
n
(Mathematics) maths a figure in a space of four or more dimensions having all its sides equal and all its angles right angles
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7], it follows that [GAMMA]/[PI] is either a folded n-cube for n [greater than or equal to] 7 or has intersection array {6,5,4; 1, 2,6}.
Topics include dark matter spiral galaxies and axioms of general relativity, embedded 3D CR manifolds and non-negativity of Paneitz operators, Aubry sets, Hamilton-Jacobi equations and Mane conjectures, minimum surfaces as eigenvalue problems, the maximal measure of sections of the n-cube, extremities of stability for pendant drops, the Radon-Helgason inversion method in integral geometry, inequalities for the ADM-mass, and capacity of asymptotically flat manifolds with minimal boundary and bounded extrinsic curvature of subsets of metric spaces.
The 12-year dispute began in 2001 when n-Cube Corp.
The now decades-old dispute began in 2001, when n-Cube Corporation (whose interest was later acquired by Arris Group) filed suit alleging that SeaChange s ITV video system infringed an n-Cube patent.
A k-ary n-cube is defined as an interconnection structure of n dimensions having k nodes in each dimension.
Additional Key Words and Phrases: Adaptive routing, circuit switched, hypercube, interconnection networks, k-ary n-cube, parallel processing, routing algorithms
For example, Oracle is assuming a less intelligent set-top box, and designing a video server using an n-Cube multiprocessor system.
This dispute originated in 2001, when n-Cube Corporation (whose interest was later acquired by Arris Group) filed suit alleging that SeaChange's ITV video system infringed an n-Cube patent.
Multistage networks of different types have been shown to be topologically equivalent [14] and we shall consider here as a representative of this class, the indirect binary n-cube network [10].
03-1341, 1366) (C-Cor is the successor to n-Cube Corporation).
FIDELITY EXPERIMENTAL used 28 6502's and one Z-80, OSTRICH ran on an 8-processor Data General system, and WAYCOOL, a new program developed at Cal Tech, used a 128-processor N-cube.
The dXb server, which is housed in a central office location for an assigned service provider, will then quickly search all of the various video servers available: Connexion, Microsoft and n-CUBE, to name a few.