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  • noun Any theoretical device capable of carrying out hypercomputation.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ computer

Examples

  • - John is able to build a 'hypercomputer' with infinite speed and infinite memory (or at least very very VERY large amounts).

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  • Dreaming big, they even say that the technology allows "virtually unlimited chaining" to form "a state-of-the - art 'hypercomputer' with many petaflops of processing power ... 100 times smaller, 100 times greener and 100 times lower cost than conventional super computers."

    Gizmodo

  • 'hypercomputer' with many Petaflops of processing power can be realized, which can be 100 times smaller, 100 times greener and 100 times lower cost than conventional super computers.

    Gizmodo

  • And since these orders were of the sort that could easily be handled by hypercomputer -- the so-called Telejudges -- I had a stack of bonded approvals in hand within a few minutes.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • - John somehow scans all of the content of universe A into the hypercomputer.

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  • Efforts are already underway to replace damaged brain parts such as the hippocampus with hypercomputer implants.

    Sentient Developments

  • These would pass their data to tremendous hypercomputer arrays, which would sift the riven hadron guts for auguries into the very essence of the cosmos.

    The Register

  • These would pass their data to tremendous hypercomputer arrays, which would sift the riven hadron guts for auguries into the very essence of the cosmos.

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  • Â Amadeus’ characterÂis killed,Âwhich should end his real existence, but he suddenly figures out the truth about the mythical “hypercomputer.”

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  • Recent criticism, however, has exposed the unphysical character of the alleged quantum adiabatic hypercomputer (see Smith

    Quantum Computing

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