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3. M u l t i - S t r a n g e H y p e r o n s While the AGS strangeness production can be understood in terms of independent nucleon-nucleon collisions and hadronic re-interactions, this is not t h e case at the SPS . T h e precise measurements of strange hyperons and their anti-particles reveal a systematic increase with respect to p + P b (A, H, fi - WA97 d a t a [30,31]) and with respect to p + p (H NA49 d a t a ). T h e excess is larger for particles of higher strangeness content, becoming most dramatic for fi+H (up to factor ~ 20).