Dictionary:Cycle skip

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1. Jumping a leg in correlating events, as may occur in matching noncorresponding peaks in automatic statics programs. 2. In sonic logging, the first arrival may be strong enough to trigger one receiver but not the other receiver, which may then be triggered by a later cycle. The consequence is an abnormally high calculated transit time. 3. Missing a cycle while counting.