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length

noun breadth, continuance, dimension, distance lengthwise, elongation, expanse, expansion, extensiveness, extent, lengthiness, limit, long-windedness, magnitude, measure, measurement, proportion, range, reach, size, span, stretch
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The cycle length is approximately 8-10 years the same as found by Scott and Judge (2000).
Variability of the solar cycle length during the past five centuries and the apparent association with terrestrial climate.
This value, for a crop cycle length of n months, may be generally stated in the following formula:
R/S analysis also gives an estimate of the average nonperiodic cycle length, the number of observations after which memory of initial conditions is lost, that is, how long it takes for a single outlier's influence to become immeasurably small.
They use a second order autoregressive model incorporating all the four types of lags and find that twelve of the thirteen countries tested exhibit the underwriting cycle with an average cycle length of six to eight years.
It is true that a comparison of (v) and (vi) in Table 3 has the cycle length decreasing, but in that experiment [Sigma] was set so that the variance of output around the trend was a constant.
He says that because additional time is required to allow pedestrians to cross the street, the next best cycle length is 100 seconds, and that minimizes vehicle stops while providing the necessary pedestrian crossing time.
Most women have some variation in their cycle length.
The cycle length is defined as the time elapsed from the beginning of one pulse to the onset of the next (Sanderson et al.
13) On all six figures, in addition to the standard frequency scale, we also present the corresponding time scale indicating cycle length in quarters.
Options to vary the cycle length have a very small effect on energy consumption, but some washing machines feature a "suds saver" option that stores the wash water from one load of lightly soiled clothes to use for the next load.