intercycle

intercycle

[′in·tər‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
A cycle of operation of a punched-card tabulator or other punched-card machine during which card feeding is stopped to permit calculation and printing of control totals or to effect a change in control.
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Responders were characterised by improvements in ovulatory function, menstrual status such as change from irregular cycles to regular cycles or an improvement in consecutive intercycle variation comparing with non-responders and baseline data.
Intercycle variability of the ovarian response in patients undergoing repeated stimulation with corifollitropin alfa in a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist protocol.
5% across low, mid and high values), and with good stability with freeze-thaw cycles ([greater than or equal to]5, intercycle CV% < 9) (18).
Although the AIM lists eight types of airframe icing--clear, glaze, intercycle, known, mixed, residual, rime, and runback--only three are commonly reported.
GnRH antagonist only marginally affected the intercycle FSH rise; basal levels of FSH remained similar to those seen after 4 days of antagonist administration.
As the chart demonstrates, the intercycle ice simulations had a more severe effect on maximum coefficient of lift ([C.
This implies that the other 50 percent of the total EMG signal might be varied with the mechanics of the propulsion tasks, intersubject and intercycle variability, and noise from the measurement systems and data collection.
10) Unlike FSH, which fluctuates during the menstrual cycle, AMH exhibits minimal intercycle and intracycle variation.
We have initiated intercycle action last month after a deep thought.
There was an intercycle interval (ICI) during which rules were collected or presented to the groups (self-rule and rule groups, respectively) or no rules were collected or presented (control groups).