major cycle

major cycle

[′mā·jər ′sī·kəl]
(computer science)
The time interval between successive appearances of a given storage position in a serial-access computer storage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Consilium is led by practitioners who have differentiated customer experiences through every major cycle of evolution for 32 continuous years.
Automation is going through a down-cycle now, but Schneider is well-positioned with electrical products, controls, and software to ride the next major cycle in factory and process automation and digitalization.
A WHITNASH youngster will officially start the Warwickshire stage of a major cycle race after winning a creative design competition.
Meanwhile, North Tyneside Council is upgrading a major cycle route in the area and this project is expected to finish by early July.
FAMILIES and businesses face being trapped by road closures lasting more than 10 hours due to a major cycle event.
Improvements to the junction will also include its other arm, Priory Road linking up with the major cycle route on the A38 Bristol Road.
Dubai: A number of roads around Dubai will be closed this weekend, as thousands of bikers are expected to hit the streets for a major cycle event.
Currently two major cycle highways are being built under the Birmingham Cycle Revolution project, which has invested [pounds sterling]24 million in facilities and bikes over the last four years.
The January Ivy manufacturing PMI report is also due, while the Canadian January employment report is up on Friday, which is expected to show a headline of +20.0k and the jobless rate at the major cycle low of 5.7%.
Oxford Road, which heads south out of Manchester city centre, is not only one of the busiest bus routes in Europe, but also a major cycle route - one million bike journeys were made on it in the last couple of months.