critical exponent

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critical exponent (plural critical exponents)

  1. (mathematics, computing theory) The greatest number of times that a contiguous subsequence can be repeated.
    The critical exponent of "Mississippi" is 7/3, as it contains the string "ississi", which is of length 7 and period 3.