LTM

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AcronymDefinition
LTMListening to Music
LTMLong-Term Management
LTMLimited Time Mode (gaming)
LTMLocal Traffic Manager (telecommunications)
LTMLatest Twelve Months
LTMLife Time Fitness, Inc (Eden Prairie, MN; stock symbol)
LTMLong Term Memory
LTMLast Twelve Months (finance/investing)
LTMLess than Minimum (purchase quantity)
LTMLondon Transport Museum (UK)
LTMLean Tissue Mass
LTMLocal Test Manager
LTMLan Traffic Monitor
LTMLong Term Monitoring
LTMLocal Traffic Manager
LTMLotus Forms
LTMLong Term Management
LTMLoad Transformation Matrix
LTMLie to Me (TV show)
LTMLong-Term Monitoring
LTMLaugh to Myself
LTMLearning through Movement
LTMLanguage Travel Magazine
LTMLong Term Maintenance
LTMLess Than Major
LTMLufthansa Technik Malta (joint venture)
LTMLaughing To Myself
LTMLinear Topic Map Notation
LTMLeica Thread Mount (camera system)
LTMLand Transformation Model
LTMLanguage Training Mission
LTMLiberated to Marry (Quaker religion)
LTMLog Transfer Manager
LTMLateral Translation Mode
LTMLanguage Teaching Methodology (linguistics)
LTMLaser Target Marker
LTMLife Time Maximum (insurance expense)
LTMLearning Team Meeting (education)
LTMLeading Track Maintainer
LTMLittle Theater of Manchester (Manchester, CT)
LTMLow Tide Mark
LTMLove the Madness
LTMLine and Trunk Maintenance
LTMLoss Tracking Module
LTMLine Terminating Multiplex
LTMLow-Trajectory Missile
LTMLogistics Team Member (US DoD)
LTMLong Term Missionary
LTMLicentiate in Textile Manufacturing
LTMLife Table Model
LTMLate Thursday Morning (band)
LTMLogical Technical Model (computing)
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Stochastic life table models with or without risk covariates produce forecasts of the distribution of the proportion of survivors at each future date, allowing the capital markets to set appropriate rates of investment returns for longevity bonds and similar instruments.
Comming to the life table model the authors have used the South regional model life table.
The multistate working life table model is extremely sensitive to rapid changes in rates of labor force entry or withdrawal.