Multicycle

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Multicycle mul′ti-sī-kl a velocipede with more than three wheels, intended to carry several men.
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Usage

In literature:

Such an arrangement may be seen at the left-hand end of the multicyclic alternating machine shown in Fig.
"Cyclopedia of Telephony and Telegraphy, Vol. 2" by Kempster Miller
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In news:

We also use generating function techniques to provide closed-form expressions that enumerate unicyclic networks with specified or unspecified cycle length, and we provide an extension to enumerate a class of multicyclic networks.
At the end of a bottle's use, MultiCycle labels can be processed similar to other filmic self-adhesive labels .
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In science:

In this section, we shall complete matters by showing P → 0 if H is multicyclic (see Theorem 12) and lim sup P < 1 if H is unicyclic (see Theorem 13).
The evolution of uniform random planar graphs
Figure 5: Redistributing edges from our multicyclic component.
The evolution of uniform random planar graphs
If H is a connected multicyclic graph, we shall see (in Theorem 22) that P′ → 0 if lim sup m n < 1.
The evolution of uniform random planar graphs
It now only remains to look at the case when m n ≤ 1 + o(1) and H is a connected multicyclic graph.
The evolution of uniform random planar graphs
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