count cycle

count cycle

[′kau̇nt ‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
An increase or decrease of the cycle index by unity or by an arbitrary integer.
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As a result, the end of the current Long Count cycle could correspond with December 21, but it could also actually happen on December 23 or 24, according to Witschey.
Darryl Hubbard of EIS observed, "DGSE wanted an RFID solution that would provide an immediate ROI by reducing inventory count cycles and stronger article surveillance.