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CLTCross-Laminated Timber (engineered wood product)
CLTCommunity Land Trust
CLTConsolidação das Leis do Trabalho (Brazil)
CLTCentral Limit Theorem (probability theory)
CLTCharitable Lead Trust
CLTChronic Lymphocytic Thyroiditis (cancer)
CLTCognitive Load Theory (memory)
CLTCommunicative Language Teaching
CLTChinese Language Teaching
CLTCustomer Loyalty Team (various companies)
CLTCairo Local Time
CLTCommand List Table
CLTComputer Language Translator
CLTCdr Label Template
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CLTCitizens for Limited Taxation (est. 1974; Massachusetts)
CLTCurrently Listening To (chat)
CLTCertified Landscape Technician
CLTCentre for Learning Technologies (various locations)
CLTCertified Lymphedema Therapist
CLTComplexity Leadership Theory
CLTChien Loup Tchécoslovaque (French: Czechoslovakian Wolfdog)
CLTCanadian Learning Television
CLTCross-Linguistic Lexical Tasks (language assessment)
CLTCollege Laboratory Technician (various locations)
CLTCentral Location Test
CLTConnecticut Law Tribune (publication; Hartford, CT)
CLTCompagnie Luxembourgeoise de Télédiffusion (French: Luxembourg Television Broadcasting Company)
CLTCompañía de Logística y Transporte (Spanish: Logistics and Transport Company)
CLTClinical Laboratory Technologist
CLTChesapeake Light Tower (US NOAA)
CLTCentre for Language Technology (various countries)
CLTCombat Lasing Team (US DoD)
CLTCompany Landing Team (US Marine Corps)
CLTCorporate Leadership Team
CLTCompetitive Landscaping Tool (iSuppli)
CLTClassical Laminate Theory
CLTCairo Local Time (GMT+0200)
CLTCasualty Liaison Team (US Army)
CLTCued Language Transliterator
CLTCollege Libertarians of Towson (Towson, MD)
CLTContainer Load Trailer
CLTCalculated Landing Time
CLTCool Like That
CLTCertificate of Land Transfer
CLTCommon Leader Training
CLTCombine Like Terms (algebra)
CLTCompagnie Ligérienne de Transport (French transport company)
CLTCommunications Line Terminal
CLTClosed Loop Training (speech synthesis)
CLTClub de Loisirs de Tourlaville (French: Tourlaville Leisure Club; Tourlaville, France)
CLTChristian Love Test
CLTCompagnie Lyonnaise de Tramways (French tramway company)
CLTCooperative Learning Techniques
CLTClosed Loop Test
CLTCellular Logistics Team
CLTStimpson's Surf Clam (FAO species code)
CLTCultures, Langues, Textes (French: Cultures, Languages, Texts)
CLTContracted Loaded Tip (marine propeller)
CLTLight Cruiser Training
CLTCross-Language Transfer
CLTCoordination des Lycées de Toulouse (French: Coordination of High Schools in Toulouse; Toulouse, France)
CLTCenter for Law and Technology
CLTCharlotte, NC, USA - Charlotte/Douglas International Airport (Airport Code)
CLTControlled Leader Triggering (lightning protection)
CLTCustomer Learning Terminal (aka: Kiosk)
CLTConditional Land Transfer
CLTCivic Little Theatre (now Civic Theatre of Allentown, Pennsylvania)
CLTCharge Listing
CLTComponent-Level Testing (electronics)
CLTCouncil on Law Enforcement Education and Training (Oklahoma)
CLTCommand Level Testing (US Navy)
CLTCulture et Loisirs à Thorigny (French: Thorigny Culture and Leisure; Thorigny-sur-Marne, France)
CLTComprehensive Look Team (US Army)
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In the second part of the present paper, as application of our results mentioned above, we prove a quantum central limit theorem for observables [[partial derivative].sup.*.sub.k] + [[partial derivative].sub.k], k [greater than or equal to] 0.
Rio, "Asymptotic constants for minimal distance in the central limit theorem," Electronic Communications in Probability, vol.
[18] Clemens Heuberger, Sara Kropf, and Stephan Wagner, Variances and covariances in the central limit theorem for the output of a transducer, European J.
Central Limit Theorem: Let [x.sub.1], [x.sub.2],..., [x.sub.n] be iid F with finite mean ([mu]) and variance [[sigma].sup.2] .
The central limit theorem asserts that the PDF, P(y), of a variable y = ([xi]-m)/[sigma], where m = <[xi]> and [[sigma].sup.2] = <[([sigma]-m).sup.2]> = [??][[sigma].sup.2.sub.1] are the mean and the variance of [xi], approaches the normal distribution as [??] increases.
According to [28], [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] meets the application conditions of central limit theorem; that is, [??]([S.sub.1t]) obeys normal distribution.
Peng, "Law of large numbers and central limit theorem under nonlinear expectations," In press, http://arxiv.org/ abs/math/0702358.
Singh, Lucas, Dalpatadu, and Murphy challenge the current standard use of the central limit theorem to approximate confidence limits for casino win and rebates on loss on games that have a skewed distribution (such as slots and baccarat).
Those formulas involve all sorts of obscure concepts such as the central limit theorem, correlation coefficients, standard deviation and regression analyses--all involving mathematical wizardry that would be relegated to books in the restricted section of the Hogwarts library.
and in [section]4, we will give a central limit theorem for these quantities.
The seventh assignment asks students to explain the Central Limit Theorem in their own words and to outline the conditions that have to be met in order to apply its conclusions.