I have the following thesis title:
On the acceleration of X Methods: superfast Y Solver for Z
My thesis goal and reached objective is "Improving X and using it into Y, which becomes very fast".
I believe it conveys the major information of my thesis, meaning that I have developed an acceleration protocol for this particular solver. This solver has now become VERY fast (more than exponentially), and I want to convey this information.
However, I am not happy with the 'superfast' part, I find it a bit comic-like but it's the only word that I could think of that fits in this title formulation.
I tried to find synonyms or single-word expressions for
- 'accelerated' (can't use this, repetition)
- 'very fast' (not keen on using adverbs by describing a solver)
- 'augmented' (not contains the acceleration part)
All in all, I think there is a better word than 'superfast'.
This is the synonym research I've conducted:
- 'accelerated' -> 'sped up', 'hastened up' (ugly)
- 'very fast' -> 'agile', 'nimble', 'quick', 'swift', 'rapid' (still not convinced, because it applies to a solver, a program, that has been tuned to be amazingly fast)
- 'augmented' -> 'boost', 'enhance', 'improve', 'upgrade' (improved, too generic)