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acyclic

[ā′sik·lik]
(botany)
Having flowers arranged in a spiral instead of a whorl.
(mathematics)
A transformation on a set to itself for which no nonzero power leaves an element fixed.
A chain complex all of whose homology groups are trivial.
(physics)
Continually varying without a regularly repeated pattern.
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The subjects were familiar with the tests (S10m, S20m, ZZT, Acyclic Sprint, CMJ and SJ), given that they had previously performed them in at least 2 separate occasions in the previous seasons.
Dekker, "Graphical presentation of confounding in directed acyclic graphs," Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, vol.
Acyclic tournaments are modelled by the 3dicycle inequalities (6) and the tournament equations (7).
In this article, we introduce the notion of the double competition multigraph of a digraph, and we give characterizations of the double competition multigraphs of arbitrary digraphs, loopless digraphs, reflexive digraphs, and acyclic digraphs in terms of edge clique partitions of the multigraphs.
The assessment of these parameters indicates that, for acyclic sports (sports games, combat disciplines, etc.
Imports of Saturated Acyclic Monocarboxylic Acids has fallen month on month basis by -5.
O'Regan, Continuation theorems for acyclic maps in topological spaces, Commun.
This section describes the biotransformation of cyclic (monocyclic, bicyclic) and acyclic monoterpenes by different fungi.
Because it is an acyclic analog of morphine or heroin, methadone acts on the same opioid receptors as these drugs, and thus has many of the same effects.
They are: (a) that the presence of money pumpers is too remote a contingency to ground a general reason for acyclic preferences; and (b) that the contingency, even when it does occur, carries a threat that is easily defused without resolving the associated irrationality.
Here, an application program is represented by a directed acyclic graph (DAG).
The variables together with the edges form a directed acyclic graph (DAG) (a directed graph is acyclic if there is no directed path [A.