Hyperbolic Growth

When a quantity grows towards a singularity under a finite variation (a "finite-time singularity") it is said to undergo hyperbolic growth. More precisely, the reciprocal function has a hyperbola as a graph, and has a singularity at 0, meaning that the limit as is infinity: any similar graph is said to exhibit hyperbolic growth.

Read more about Hyperbolic Growth:  Description, Mathematical Example

Other articles related to "hyperbolic growth, growth":

Hyperbolic Growth - Mathematical Example
... The function exhibits hyperbolic growth with a singularity at time in the limit as, the function goes to infinity ... More generally, the function exhibits hyperbolic growth, where is a scale factor ... the function's differential This means that with hyperbolic growth the absolute growth rate of the variable x in the moment t is proportional to the square of the value of x in the moment t ...

Famous quotes containing the word growth:

    We already have the statistics for the future: the growth percentages of pollution, overpopulation, desertification. The future is already in place.
    Günther Grass (b. 1927)