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cyclic

[′sīk·lik]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to some cycle.
Repeating itself in some manner in space or time.
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We consider four OECD measures of a country's fiscal position: (i) net lending as a share of GDP; (ii) primary balance as a share of GDP; (iii) cyclically adjusted net lending as a share of potential GDP; and (iv) cyclically adjusted primary balance as a share of potential GDP.
Remark 1 A cubic graph is cyclically 4-edge-connected if and only if each of its edge cutsets of cardinality smaller than 4 is induced by a single vertex.
Definition 2 A brick is a cubic semi-graph B = (V, E, S) with exactly four pairwise non-adjacent semi-edges and whose underlying graph (V, E) is a subgraph of some cyclically 4-edge-connected cubic graph.
Generation of candidates in time domain includes computing the product of circular convolution of the OFDM data and IFFT of optimized cyclically shifted phase sequences (OCSPS) (Lu et al.
Hardened steels cyclically soften, tempered or normalized steels are cyclically stable or harden under low cycle loading [1].
This alternating pressure mechanism accomplishes the goal of pressure management by cyclically redistributing pressure and preventing skin breakdown while providing a stable environment for the surgical intervention.
With the acquisition of Cognis, we are strengthening our portfolio with cyclically robust and profitable businesses and further expanding our position as the world's leading chemical company," said Dr.
ways to improve the measure of the cyclically adjusted budget balance; and 3.
Due to the cyclically special nature in the revenue and payments during the first couple of months of the year, payments exceeded revenue during the first two months of this year," commented Tallinn's press service Raepress.
Hans Straberg, president and CEO of Electrolux, said that the company's performance had been boosted by a strong product offering, stable prices and significant cost reductions, together with cyclically low raw-material prices.
There are moments at which one hears parallels between Satie's angular melodic sense and the similarly sideways constructions of Thelonious Monk, while the arrangement for electric guitar of Avant-dernieres pensees brings to mind the cyclically developing compositions of Steve Reich for Pat Metheny; the Gnossiennes are especially lovely on nylon-string guitar, and Tyrolienne turque sounds startlingly lovely on mandolin.
The DGBAS statistics show the frictionally unemployed dropped to 218,00 in the first three quarters of this year, a five-year low; while the cyclically unemployed hit a historic high of 340,000.