quantum leap

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n quantum leap a sudden large increase or advance "this may not insure success but it will represent a quantum leap from last summer"
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Usage


In news:

EU Companies Require 'Quantum Leap' to Decouple Emissions from Economic Growth.
Yang's new algorithm, which was created with the help of a team of researchers at UIUC, could mark a quantum leap in face-recognition technology.
Thursday night at Salt River Fields, Moyer took a quantum leap toward making the Rockies' rotation by throwing four perfect innings against the Giants in a 7-0 Rockies victory.
Addition of Notre Dame a quantum leap for already cutthroat ACC.
EU Companies Require ' Quantum Leap ' to Decouple Emissions from Economic Growth.
A Quantum Leap in Computing.
INTERPLEX INDUSTRIES has acquired Quantum Leap Packaging, Inc (QLP).
At the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) this past June in Boston, MA, details were published on Freescale's validation and qualification of Quantum Leap Packaging's (QLP's) materials and packaging technology.
The other day, I started thinking about how much I enjoyed, and missed Quantum Leap.
Five steps to making a quantum leap to breakthrough motivation and attitude.
The influx of consumer gear into professional systems is a quantum leap backward for audio and video.
Researchers at the University of Alberta are reporting a breakthrough in the development of molecular transistors, devices that function on the atomic scale and could lead to a quantum leap in computer miniaturization.
The good news is that food price inflation is not expected to outpace the quantum leap it made in 2011.
To my surprise, they were showing an episode of one of my favorite shows of all time, Quantum Leap.
Quantum Leap Kids Learning Center, Inc HALF-DAY SUMMER PROGRAM 2012 Intermediate Grade Kids (8-11 years of age).
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In science:

Ivancevic, Quantum Leap: From Dirac and Feynman, Across the Universe, to Human Body and Mind.
Adaptive Wave Models for Option Pricing Evolution: Nonlinear and Quantum Schr\"odinger Approaches
Quantum leaps in technology and sophisticated instrumentation have made dreams of these gedanken experiments a reality.
Quantum interference of molecules -- probing the wave nature of matter
It is at the point where the coupling constants suffer a discontinuous leap (along a Stokes’ line) that a quantum phase transition happens.
Complex Path Integrals and the Space of Theories
Therefore emission happens when the black hole makes a quantum leap from one quantized value of the mass (energy) to a lower quantized value, very much as atoms do. A consequence of this picture is that radiation is emitted at quantized frequencies, corresponding to the differences between energy levels.
Physics with nonperturbative quantum gravity: radiation from a quantum black hole
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