superactivity


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superactivity

(ˌsuːpərækˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
extreme activity; hyperactivity
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In answer to Stendhal's theory of crystallization (in which the lover projects numerous fantastical attributes onto the beloved), Ortega y Gasset replies that falling in love is not at all a 'superactivity of consciousness,' but 'a state of mental misery which has a restricting, impoverishing, and paralyzing effect on the development of our consciousness' (Ortega y Gasset, 1957: 44).
Inherited superactivity of phosphoribosylpyrophosphate synthetase: association of uric acid production and sensorineural deafness.
5.1) binding agreement Characteristic (coalition) function: values of all subcoalitions (components) of N players: [2.sup.N] [right arrow] R * Possible properties: superactivity, convexity, balancedness * Imputation sets: individual rationality (IR), Pareto-efficiency (PE) * Dynamic setting: problem of time-inconsistency of agreements Stability notions of coalitions and axiomatic allocation rules Fig.