Effect 2: Phase Shifting

The illustration shows a grey static cycle. The variation dynamic in the cycle is represented by the red one with the phase parameter that morphs slightly over time.

In this case, the cycle length parameter is the same between the static theoretical and the dynamic cycle. The dynamic cycle at point A presents a slight offset shift at the top. In mathematical terms, the phase parameter has morphed. This effect remains fixed into the future. A static deviation is observed between the highs and the lows. Although this is not a one-time effect, the phase of the dominant cycle will also change continuously by +/- 5% around the core dominant parameters.

Points from left to right:

A – First Cycle Top; B – Second Cycle Top; C – Third Cycle Top; D – Fourth Cycle Top