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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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It is the graph complement of the ladder rung graph [L'.sub.n] which is the graph union of n copies of the path graph [P.sub.2] and the dual graph of the hypercube [Q.sub.n] [18].
Such approaches in statistics are known as the Monte Carlo Simulation, or Latin Hypercube Sampling, which are common sampling simulation methods.
Moreover, several elements construct a block and an overlapped area formed by quantized blocks is called hypercube. Different hypercubes can be obtained by shifting each block a small interval.
Using the Latin Hypercube Sampling (LHS) technique, sensitivity analysis is carriedout to study the effect of these parameters.
The system is configured in a dual-plane 'hypercube' topology, one of four topologies supported by SGI ICE X, and contains several hundred Xeon cores and 2.3 terabytes of memory.
Most hyperspectral imaging cameras capture a small portion of a desired "hypercube" or 3D spatial and spectral data set, during each measurement.
US communication solutions provider West Corporation said in a press release it had completed the purchase of HyperCube LLC, a Texas-based company providing telecommunications operators with tandem switching services.
This sprawling register provided an auspicious touchstone for the work on display, from Mohr's early sequential line drawings to his hypercube and graph-theory work to more recent experiments using pigment ink and LCD.