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# Mathematica (Wolfram language), 3232 31 bytes

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OddQ@Log[2,#+Floor@Sqrt[#OddQ@Log2[#+Floor@Sqrt[#/2]+2]&


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Pure function taking an integer as input and returning True or False. Based on the fact (fun to prove!) that a number n is Cyclops if and only if n plus the square root of n/2 plus 2 rounds down to an odd power of 2. (One can replace Floor by either Ceiling or Round as long as one also replaces +2 by +1.) Returns True on input 0.

# Mathematica (Wolfram language), 32 bytes

OddQ@Log[2,#+Floor@Sqrt[#/2]+2]&


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Pure function taking an integer as input and returning True or False. Based on the fact (fun to prove!) that a number n is Cyclops if and only if n plus the square root of n/2 plus 2 rounds down to an odd power of 2. (One can replace Floor by either Ceiling or Round as long as one also replaces +2 by +1.) Returns True on input 0.

# Mathematica (Wolfram language), 32 31 bytes

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OddQ@Log2[#+Floor@Sqrt[#/2]+2]&


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Pure function taking an integer as input and returning True or False. Based on the fact (fun to prove!) that a number n is Cyclops if and only if n plus the square root of n/2 plus 2 rounds down to an odd power of 2. (One can replace Floor by either Ceiling or Round as long as one also replaces +2 by +1.) Returns True on input 0.

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# Mathematica (Wolfram language), 32 bytes

OddQ@Log[2,#+Floor@Sqrt[#/2]+2]&


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Pure function taking an integer as input and returning True or False. Based on the fact (fun to prove!) that a number n is Cyclops if and only if n plus the square root of n/2 plus 2 rounds down to an odd power of 2. (One can replace Floor by either Ceiling or Round as long as one also replaces +2 by +1.) Returns True on input 0.