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cyclical

Of or relating to a variable, such as housing starts, car sales, or the price of a certain stock, that is subject to regular or irregular up-and-down movements.
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Challenge in detecting failure of small-diameter polyethylene tube was experienced for brittle cracking, particularly under cyclic pressure.
Where Tcp is the cyclic prefix and T data symbol length, the CP should not be larger than needed to minimize the SNR loss.
As vascular tone is finely regulated by cyclic nucleotides levels in the vascular smooth muscle, we have investigated the effect of BFBO on relaxations induced by agents elevating either cyclic GMP or cyclic AMP.
Sterilization is of critical importance to pharmaceutical packaging, and cyclic olefin materials are compatible with many leading sterilization techniques.
Let k be the cyclic field of degree m with conductor dividing l.
Subsequently, a link between an abelian code in nonprincipal ideal algebras and a product of cyclic codes over rings is given.
Tests of a single model pile's bearing characteristics under axial cyclic loading were conducted on an American GCTS dynamic triaxial test-rig [14] (Figure 6).
All devices completed cyclic loading without failure, fracture, or loss of fixation regardless of glenoid design, polyurethane density, loading magnitude, or cycle length.
Recall that if X is a Banach space and T is a bounded linear operator on X then x [member of] X is called a cyclic vector for T whenever V{[T.
To test the hypothesis that morphological ultrasound features and growth profile of conceptus development in non-cyclic recipient mares are similar to those found in cyclic recipients or mated/inseminated mares, the aims of this study were to describe and compare embryo and fetal development, from 15 to 60 days of age, of donor mares' conceptuses transferred to altrenogest treated non-cyclic recipient or non-treated cyclic recipient mares.