[soo-per-kuh-luhm-ner] /ˌsu pər kəˈlʌm nər/
existing above a column or columns:
a supercolumnar feature.
of, relating to, or characterized by supercolumniation:
a supercolumnar composition.
having one colonnade above another
placed above a colonnade or a column
[soo-per-kuh-luhm-nee-ey-shuh n] /ˌsu pər kəˌlʌm niˈeɪ ʃən/ noun, Architecture. 1. the placing of one order of columns above another.
Combinators with coarser granularity than those proposed by David Turner. A functional program is translated to a set of functions without free variables. The members of the set are selected to be optimal for that program. Supercombinators were proposed by John Hughes at University of Edinburgh.
noun 1. (US, government) a committee with members from two or more organizations or political groups
A function program transformation technique invented by Turchin. A program is evaluated symbolically in order to observe the possible history of computation states called configurations. Based on this Turchin’s REFAL compiler would try to construct a better program.