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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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Letting p be an odd prime and n > k [greater than or equal to] 1, we let G be the semi-direct product of a cyclic group of order [p.sup.n] by a cyclic group of order [p.sup.k] as follows:
The most common form of mastalgia is cyclic mastalgia (4).
Breast pain (mastalgia) is a common complaint for many women and may be cyclic or non-cyclic in nature.
A mapping S : W [union] V [right arrow] W [union] V is called a cyclic contraction if the following conditions hold:
[3] experimentally investigated the deformation and damage behavior of rock under cyclic uniaxial compression and indicated that when the amplitude of the cyclic loading exceeded a certain value, the applied stress had a significant effect on the strain localization and damage evolution.
[1] studied the damping characteristics of rock under the cyclic loading and obtained the relationship between the dynamic elastic modulus and the damping ratio and the dynamic load.
Assuming that passengers prefer easily memorable timetables, such timetables are usually cyclic. They are designed on the basis of a period event scheduling problem (PESP), aiming to minimize passenger travel and wait time [15, 37] and to maximize network stability [38].
This paper introduces a new test design for both constant and cyclic pressure patterns.
In addition to strain-life curves, cyclic stress-strain curves are part of the results arising from strain-controlled testing.
[ClickPress, Wed Jul 17 2019] Cyclic olefin copolymers have gained significant popularity as preferred plastic in healthcare and packaging industries in recent years, in light of their compliance to various global regulations and norms.
In underground excavations, surrounding rock frequently undergoes cyclic loading and unloading as a result of blasting, mechanical excavation and traffic system, which may result in a damage and failure.
Cyclic alternating pattern (CAP) in non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep is a neurophysiological pattern that can be visually scored by international criteria, and has been described in several conditions over a period of 20 years (1).