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  • proper n. A surname derived from a Middle English given name of Germanic origin, hild ("battle") + berht ("bright").

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. German mathematician (1862-1943)

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Examples

  • Hilbert is seven and is one of the more amazing ferrets - ever!

    ferrets

  • Perhaps Hilbert is a small blue confused-looking animal with a skill for hiding in car glove compartments.

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  • Hilbert is known as a 19-year-old who plays like he's a 10-year pro.

    Hilbert relies on vast experience

  • On November 18, 1901, Hardeen wrote Albert Hill, who performed under the name of Hilbert, warning him that they were aware that he was “working both mine and my brother’s tricks.”

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • As we will see, the state-spaces of quantum mechanics are special kinds of vector spaces, known as Hilbert spaces, and they have more internal structure than their classical counterparts.

    Quantum Mechanics

  • In particular, quantum mechanical states are vectors in a particular kind of vector space called a Hilbert space, and the “observables” (things you can measure like “where the particles are”) are represented by operators acting on these states.

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Quantum Mechanics, But Were Afraid to Ask

  • The parallel universes of level III exist in an abstract mathematical structure called Hilbert space, which can have infinite spatial dimensions.

    Four Levels of Universe

  • The Woglinde is where Shion has been testing KOS-MOS a powerful battle android who is able to produce a time-space ripple called the Hilbert Effect which makes all the Gnosis tangible in a certain radius of miles.

    Anime Review of Xenosaga: The Animation

  • This project was known as Hilbert's program (Zach 2006).

    Philosophy of Mathematics

  • What one knows how to rotate in this particular contex is an algorithm, inasmuch as this can be thought of as a one dimensional mathematical construct (a so-called “ray”) that can be rotated in a more than one-dimensional mathematical construct (a so-called Hilbert space).

    Quantum interrogation

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