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a·cy·clic

(ā-si'klik),
Not cyclic; denoting especially an acyclic compound.

acyclic

(ā″sī′klĭk, sik′lik) [ a- + cyclic]
1. Without a cycle.
2. In chemistry, aliphatic.
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The performance in the 10- and 20-m sprints was selected because they represented the distance covered in sprints during soccer matches; whereas, the protocols of vertical jump (SJ - CMJ) and sprint with change of direction (ZZT - Acyclic Sprint) were selected because they are commonly used to assess athletes in such sport modality.
Caption: Figure 2: Directed acyclic graph [30] illustrating the relationship between the R allele of the Q192R polymorphism and [down arrow]HDL, [down arrow]eGFR, LVH, and [down arrow]LVEF.
This is a contradiction to the requirement that the w-variables represent an acyclic tournament.
A digraph D is said to be acyclic if D has no directed cycles.
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This suggests that the presence of the alcohol moiety is a greater determinant of antifungal activity than whether the component has a cyclic or acyclic structure.
Here, task scheduling of an application program is represented by a directed acyclic graph (DAG).
External load in handball can be divided into acyclic and cyclic activities.
The UAE exports to Argentina were more limited and totalled $33 million in 2012, primarily made up of organic chemicals ($24 million), such as acyclic hydrocarbons and ethers.
He pays most attention to acyclic amino acids of C3-C10, and includes aminoalkanoic carboxylic acids, aminoalkenoic acids, and aminoalkynoic acids.
Complex extract, transform, load (ETL) can be done by either chaining scripts together so that the output of one is the input to another or using a workflow engine like Apache Oozie with actions arranged in directed acyclic graph (DAG) to gate actions.
First, Theobald and Richardson explain both how Single World Intervention Templates (SWITs) unify two existing approaches to causality--potential outcomes and directed acyclic graphs (DAGs)--and their utility as a framework for discussing confounding and causality.