### Some articles on *periodic*:

... behavior for a point is to be a fixed point, or in general a

**periodic**point ... We can then define the multiplier of the orbit as and this enables us to classify

**periodic**orbits as attracting if superattracting if ), repelling if and indifferent ... Indifferent

**periodic**orbits split in rationally indifferent and irrationally indifferent, depending on whether for some or for all, respectively ...

**Periodic**Functions

... prove to be useful in the study of general

**periodic**functions ... The characteristic wave patterns of

**periodic**functions are useful for modeling recurring phenomena such as sound or light waves ... Under rather general conditions, a

**periodic**function ƒ(x) can be expressed as a sum of sine waves or cosine waves in a Fourier series ...

**Periodic**Boundary Conditions -

**Periodic**Wrapping

... Instead of creating ghost cells, cell pairs that interact over a

**periodic**boundary can also use a

**periodic**correction vector ... to implement (the cell pairs need to be identified over the

**periodic**boundaries and the vector needs to be computed/stored) ...

**Periodic**Polling

... Multiple Asynchronous

**Periodic**Polling (MAPP) is a synchronization method used primarily in Computer Science ... This method is similar to

**periodic**polling ... In MAPP, two or more

**periodic**polling handlers (such as using multiple timers) are applied to form a single aggregate polling scheme ...

**Periodic**Tables

... Alternative

**periodic**tables are tabulations of chemical elements differing significantly in their organization from the traditional depiction of the

**Periodic**System ... as not all correlations between the chemical elements are effectively captured by the standard

**periodic**table ...

### More definitions of "periodic":

- (
*adj*): Happening or recurring at regular intervals.

Synonyms: periodical

- (
*adj*): Recurring at regular intervals.

### Famous quotes containing the word periodic:

“But parents can be understanding and accept the more difficult stages as necessary times of growth for the child. Parents can appreciate the fact that these phases are not easy for the child to live through either; rapid growth times are hard on a child. Perhaps it’s a small comfort to know that the harder-to-live-with stages do alternate with the calmer times,so parents can count on getting *periodic* breaks.”

—Saf Lerman (20th century)

“It can be demonstrated that the child’s contact with the real world is strengthened by his *periodic* excursions into fantasy. It becomes easier to tolerate the frustrations of the real world and to accede to the demands of reality if one can restore himself at intervals in a world where the deepest wishes can achieve imaginary gratification.”

—Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)