Definitions for "Cycle "
One complete up and down movement in economic or market conditions.
An interval of time in which a certain succession of events or phenomena is completed, and then returns again and again, uniformly and continually in the same order; a periodical space of time marked by the recurrence of something peculiar; as, the cycle of the seasons, or of the year.
A complete positive and negative, or forward and reverse, action of any periodic process, such as a vibration, an electric field oscillation, or a current alternation; one period.
An event or sequence of events that repeats itself apparently indefinitely; cycles may be regular and rhythmic or irregular; from the Greek kuklos, a circle.
A path of edges that starts and ends at the same node.
A cycle is a process that repeats itself over and over again. The menstrual cycle is made up of a number of different stages, all of which are directed by the body's hormones. The length of a menstrual cycle varies from woman to woman and can be from twenty to forty days long. The average cycle is twenty-eight days.
Keywords:  jackpot, poisson, royal, flush, poker
The mathematical probability of getting any paying hand over a period of time. For example, a Royal Flush in Jacks or Better 9/6 full pay should occur once every 40,390.55 hands.Remembering that the games are random, it is possible to achieve no royals in one cycle and two on the next. The Poisson Distribution tells us that there is only a 63.2% probability of at least one royal flush in one cycle, but this is balanced by the chances of two or more royals in one cycle.
a video Poker term, means the rate between the dealt hands and the hand that "hit the jackpot" (mostly - royals flush)
The statistically predicted average number of hands per royal flush (or other top jackpot). In other words, a "cycle" is simply the reciprocal of the probability of a royal on the next hand. Remember that the games are random, however, so don't expect to get exactly one royal flush per "cycle." The Poisson Distribution tells us that there is only a 63.2% probability of at least one royal in one cycle, but this balanced by the chances of two or more royals in one cycle.
A bicycle or tricycle, or other light velocipede.
To ride a bicycle, tricycle, or other form of cycle.
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
An age; a long period of time.
A period of intensive chemotherapy
Chemotherapy is usually administered at regular intervals depending on the type of drugs. A cycle commences with the administration of the chemotherapy and ends when the nadir has passed and the white blood and platelet counts have returned to pretreatment values. Then the next dose of chemotherapy is given.
Cycle is a calendar program for women. Given a cycle length or statistics for several periods, it can calculate the days until menstruation, the days of "safe" sex, the fertile period, and the days to ovulations, and define the d.o.b. of a child. It allows the user to write notes and helps to supervise the reception of hormonal contraceptive tablets.
Term used for timekeeping in the Courts. Perhaps a 'month'
a period of time, usually measured in weeks or months, during which you perform the same set of exercises with the goal of increasing your strength in those exercises
Actual interval of filtration, expressed in units of time, e.g. hours or days.
the unit of frequency; one Hertz has a periodic interval of one second
An interval of time roughly equivalent to 1 Earth year.
See EXPIRATION CYCLE.
The set of expiration dates applicable to different classes of option.
A particular set of months of maturities for listed options. For instance, January, April, July, and October make up a cycle.
Keywords:  torsion, doorleaf, fully, spring, door
One complete cycle of a door begins with the door in the closed position. The door is then moved to the open position and back to the closed position again. Note: Torsion spring operated doors with higher-than-normal cycle life requirements may be specified with 25,000, 50,000, or 100,000 cycle springs.
An action on the door from the fully closed position, to the fully open position, and returned to the fully closed position.
Operation of a doorleaf from fully closed, to fully open, to fully closed.
A series of operations in which heat is imparted to (or taken away from) a working substance which by its expansion gives up a part of its internal energy in the form of mechanical work (or being compressed increases its internal energy) and is again brought back to its original state.
a series of poems or songs on the same theme; "schubert's song cycles"
a series of mystery plays performed during the Corpus Christi festival
Keywords:  batter, triple, whsn, homerun, hits
Whsn a batter hits a single, double, triple and homerun in the same game.
When a batter hits a single, double, triple and home run in the same game.
An imaginary circle or orbit in the heavens; one of the celestial spheres.
The circle of subjects connected with the exploits of the hero or heroes of some particular period which have served as a popular theme for poetry, as the legend of Arthur and the knights of the Round Table, and that of Charlemagne and his paladins.
One entire round in a circle or a spire; as, a cycle or set of leaves.
Keywords:  kyrie, sanctus, agnus, gloria, credo
several movements intended to be performed together; often refers to a setting of the five movements of the mass ordinary (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus dei). Movements in a cycle are connected by mode, voicing, musical material and/or musical technique.
a source of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), from a-ketoglutarate and also a source of aspartate, which is formed from oxaloacetate
a full-service bike shop, with a first class selection of bikes, parts, and accessories from kid's bikes to top-of-the-line racing frames and everything in between
a full-service pro bike shop located in Cambridge, Massachusetts
A relatively short-lived fashion for certain subgenres within a genre: e.g., the "adult" Westerns in Hollywood during the 1950s or the films about heroic gangsters in the 1980s Hong Kong cinema.
Keywords:  highpass, phaseshape, stereo
highpass PhaseShape stereo
A measurement of time similar to an earth year in its increments.
Feature in most fractal generators that allows you to "cycle", or change, the hues in equal and steady increments.
Calendar for women. Programming language - Python, graphic library - wxPython. Platform - Linux
An orderly list for a given time; a calendar.
Keywords:  span, revisited, rep, troughs, peaks
the time span separating two turning points of the same nature (two peaks or two troughs).
The time span in which a store or groups of stores are visited and/or revisited by a rep
a cyclic process because it can be repeatedly applied to the same product or process for continuous improvement
a fundamental process in Total Quality Management
a general term used to describe the completion of one process
There are many cycles in the environment and the basic one involves green plants producing oxygen and sugar from carbon dioxide and water during photosynthesis. Animals use the nutrition in plants by eating plants or other animals. In the cells of plants and animals, cell respiration transforms the sugar and oxygen into energy, carbon dioxide and water. The cycle ends when the plants absorb the carbon dioxide and water again. In a cycle, all the residual products from a process are used again and no useless waste is left. To create cycles in industrial processes, residual products have to be re-used so that no waste is produced.
(fuel...): all the different stages in the life of a fissile fuel, from ore extraction to fabrication (front-end), to the possible (re)processing of spent fuel and waste disposal (back end) after use in the reactor. There are two types of cycle: "closed" when spent fuel is processed for recycling purposes, and "once-through" when spent fuel is considered as waste
As in Abraham cycle, Jacob cycle, and Joseph cycle, the term refers to a collection of stories centered or "cycling" around a single individual. See Chapter 2.
Keywords:  motorcycle
A motorcycle.
Keywords:  citrate, citric, six, molecule, carbon
a six carbon molecule known as citrate or citric acid
See - Injection Cycle Time - Product Development Cycle - Product Life Cycle
A length of time set aside for specific types of training, whether for bulking up, getting stronger, getting leaner, etc. Combining individual training cycles is sometimes referred to as periodization.
a cycle of the computer clock is an electronic signal that counts a single unit of time within a computer.
a corruption in the file system whereby a subfolder's parent folder is listed as the subfolder itself
a grail-like exploration of the evolutionary progress of consciousness
Keywords:  homology, class, element
an element of a homology class
Keywords:  colormap, displace, image, amount
displace image colormap by amount
a necessary condition for a deadlock
The vertical range or distance on the y-axis of a Standard Celeration Chart between consecutive powers of 10. The Standard Celeration Chart has 6 cycles: .001 - .01, .01 - .1, .1 - 1, 1 - 10, 10 - 100, 100 - 1000 per minute.
1. v. To establish the nitrogen cycle in an aquatic system by promoting the establishment of nitrifying bacteria. 2. n. The Nitrogen Cycle.
Keywords:  procurement, bite, strategic, felt, key
a key way for procurement to make its strategic bite felt
The grouping of cardholder accounts to provide for a distribution of workload and easier account identification.
The schedule of chemo treatments. Most patients receive 4 to 6 cycles (or rounds) of chemo treatment.
a topological entity constructed from a single node, or by stringing together connected arcs
the combination of one rarefaction and one compression equals one cycle
a part of the alternation from a position just before an earlier move and to the same position just after the current play
The number of times per second that a conductor of alternating current reverses polarity. (e.g. 60 cps A.C.)
Keywords:  grand, see
(See "Grand cycle.")
Keywords:  proven, model
a proven model
a group of interrelated processes used to initiate and perform an activity
The entire life of a project, from initiation to support.
Keywords:  erase, write
a write then an erase)
Keywords:  noun
an essential tool for improvement
an established, logical, method that can be used to improve a process
an optimal tool to regularly improve your processes and practices
A term to define the total accumulation of 900 Group Volume (GV) in your Sales Team where at least 1/3 (300 BV) is in the Minor Volume Leg and 2/3 (600 BV) is in the Strong Volume Leg. A Cycle triggers a Team Bonus based on qualification.
Keywords:  chunks, effort, wasted, break, things
a way to break down change into manageable chunks, and test each small part to ensure things are improving and that no effort is being wasted
A variation where a point of observation returns to its origin.
a specially restricted walk that is often used in algorithms examining the neighborhoods (the points adjacent) of actors
a four-step process for quality improvement
a step in the activation-spreading process
Short for "cycle of action" - i.e. the set of steps which make up a particular action
Keywords:  subset, minimal, let, parents, set
a minimal subset of elements such that the set of positions in which they appear is the same in both parents
Let S be a set.
a process whereby bacteria are shifting their populations in both total numbers and in population types to deal with new food sources
Keywords:  dance, decorate
dance decorate
To cause to pass through a cycle{2}.
pass through a cycle; "This machine automatically cycles"
Keywords:  successful, great, tool, help, project
a great tool to help us be successful in Project Management
Keywords:  logical, best, pattern, followed, get
a logical and effective pattern that is followed in order to get the best results of the different
Keywords:  forth, vibration, wave, single, back
A single back and forth vibration of a wave
a ring or turning, as the derivation of the word indicates
Keywords:  tool, machine, running, act, program
The act of running a part program on a machine tool.
Keywords:  configuration, see
See Configuration cycle.
Keywords:  switching, see
See switching cycle.
Keywords:  equipment, see
see equipment cycle.
Keywords:  sales, see
see sales cycle.