LDX

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LDXLisdexamfetamine (aka Lisdexamfetamine Dimesylate; stimulant)
LDXLisdexamfetamine Dimesylate (aka Lisdexamfetamine; stimulant)
LDXLoad Index
LDXLoad X (6502 processor instruction)
LDXLong Distance Extender
LDXLong-Distance Xerox
LDXLogo Design Experts (est. 2000)
LDXLow Density Line
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yield (YOY % change) Operating Load index Rev/loaded mile ratio * (ATA) excl.
The pollution load index (PLI) for each treatment was estimated by following Liu et al.
This measuring tool, called the NASA Task Load Index, was developed in the aeronautics industry and is used to assess workload in other sectors where a performance lapse can have catastrophic results, including aviation and some healthcare settings.
The Pollution Load Index (PLI) for 12 elements was found as 0.857 in the soil of Lowe Dir which falls in the "No Pollution" category.
These data points support over 2,400 unique OEM tyre size, load index and speed rating combinations.
As a direct and subjective method to measure cognitive load, a participant's self-report score was obtained from responses to questions on a paper-and-pencil questionnaire taken immediately after each learning phase; the six questionnaire items were modified from the NASA Task Load Index (Human Performance Research Group, 2003) and rated on a 7-point Likert-type scale (1 = strongly agree to 7 = strongly disagree).
Zhao, "Uniaxial compressive strength and point load index of volcanic irregular lumps," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, vol.
Since one of the key issues with good dynamic load balancing is recognizing an adequate load index, the choice is explained in more detail in the following section.
Temperature-humidity index (Kelly and Bond 1971) and heat load index (Gaughan et al.
The allostatic load index reflects the physiological consequences of exposure to chronic stress and has previously been used to measure health-related effects of work stress.
As assessed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Task Load Index, the CACC system did reduce perceived driver workload relative to driving without cruise control.