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  • noun physics A state of many interconnected dimensions.
  • noun computing A state of multidimensional interconnections (as in hyperlink or hypertext).
  • noun social sciences, business A successful introduction and interconnection of novel ideas.
  • noun linear business management A state of unprecedented speed and magnitude of innovation.


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  • Within those culture sets you can observe transitions from old production, to the service economy to a new age of hyperinnovation now.

    Forbes.com: News Haydn Shaughnessy 2011

  • In this chaotic world of hyperinnovation, vendors will seek to align themselves with the perceived market leaders of the day.

    LXer Linux News 2010

  • Going hardcore protectionist just stifles innovation (look at healthcare in social welfare countries), while lurching the other way in favor of hyperinnovation simply leads to social instability in favor of corporate profit (look at China).

    Top Stories - Google News 2008


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