Charter 3, pages 30-2 give the description. In it Cochrane says:
As far as I’m aware, Charlie Parker never knowingly used ‘the Charlie Parker cycle’, but the name is now traditional...
Right off the bat he says Parker didn't actual do the method described. But he says its name is traditional. Yet I could not find another reference using that name using Google Books and Google Scholar. My searches bring up only Cochrane's book.
Is there anything traditional about this concept? Is it commonly taught, perhaps with a different name?
Also, he says Parker never "knowingly" used it. But, did he do it at all? Did Parker do stuff like play an
E7 arpeggio over a
G7 chord to the extent that it could be called characteristic of his style? I can't tell if Cochrane's method is just a clever way of treating a dominant seventh with altered and substitution tones rather than what Parker actual did.