LCA

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AcronymDefinition
LCALife Cycle Assessment
LCALabor Condition Application
LCALife Cycle Analysis
LCASaint Lucia (ISO Country code)
LCALand Capability Assessment (Australia)
LCALutheran Church of Australia
LCALife Cycle Approach (environmental assessment)
LCALinux.conf.au (Australian Linux conference)
LCALondon College of Accountancy (UK)
LCALondon City Airport (UK)
LCALitigation Counsel of America (honor society; New York, NY)
LCALight Combat Aircraft
LCALeaving Certificate Applied (Irish Department of Education and Science; Ireland)
LCALeber's Congenital Amaurosis (inherited retinal degenerative disease)
LCALast Chance for Animals
LCALa Crescenta (Amtrak station code; Crescenta, CA)
LCALakeland Christian Academy (various locations)
LCALightwave Component Analyzer
LCALoad Control Assembly
LCALinux Certified Administrator
LCALane Change Assist
LCALandscape Character Assessment (UK landscape planning)
LCALutheran Church in America (now part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
LCALow Cost Alternative
LCALeft Coronary Artery
LCALegalise Cannabis Alliance (UK)
LCALeonberger Club of America (dog club)
LCALarge Commercial Aircraft
LCALambda Chi Alpha (fraternity)
LCALeukocyte Common Antigen
LCALower Control Arm (automotive)
LCALand Conservation Act (California)
LCALane Change Assistant (vehicle radar)
LCALouisiana Coastal Area
LCALights, Camera, Action
LCALanding Craft, Assault
LCALast Common Ancestor
LCALandscape Character Areas
LCALife Cycle Architecture (software development)
LCALithocholic Acid
LCALow Cost Automation
LCALandscape Contractors Association
LCALowest Common Ancestor (graph theory)
LCALouisiana Chemical Association
LCALogic Cell Array
LCALake Carriers Association
LCALocally Compact Abelian (mathematics)
LCALocal Competent Authority (various locations)
LCALinux Certified Administrator (Sair Linux and GNU certification)
LCALincoln Castle Academy (Lincoln, UK)
LCALow Carbon Accelerator (investing; various locations)
LCALife Changing Apparel
LCALarge Civil Aircraft (aviation)
LCALand Ceiling Act (India)
LCALaboratory for Computational Astrophysics
LCALife Cycle Applications
LCALouisiana Counseling Association (Shreveport, LA; est. 1968)
LCALigamentum Cruciatum Anterius (Latin: Anterior Cruciate Ligament; knee)
LCALesher Center for the Arts (Walnut Creek, CA)
LCALobe Centerline Angle (automotive engineering)
LCALesotho Communications Authority (regulatory body)
LCALocal Cooperation Agreement
LCALiquor Control Act (Canada)
LCALife Communicators Association
LCALittoral Cell Angioma
LCALegal & Corporate Affairs
LCALaboratory for Computer Architecture (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; University of Texas at Austin)
LCALogistics Capacity Assessment
LCAlymphocyte common antigen
LCALinked Cluster Algorithm
LCALaggan Community Association (est. 1974; UK)
LCALaunch Control Area
LCALocal Country Agreement (contracts)
LCALow Cost Aircraft
LCALancaster County Academy (Pennsylvania)
LCALamborghini Club America (Orinda, CA)
LCALehigh Christian Academy (Pennsylvania)
LCALogistics Control Activity
LCALewis Creek Association (Charlotte, VT)
LCALeadership Center for Asian Pacific Americans
LCALoad Controller Assembly
LCALoop Crossover Assembly
LCALoopback Command, Audio Loop Request
LCALauncher Control Area
LCALine Circuit Address
LCALocal Call Area
LCALarnaca, Cyprus - International (Airport Code)
LCALouisiana Chess Association
LCALiquid Crystal Attenuator
LCALasik Centers of America (Laser eye surgery centers)
LCALeadless Component Assembly
LCALumbermen's Credit Association
LCALodging Capitalization Assessment
LCALetter Carrier Assistant (Canada Post)
LCALower Close Auxiliary
LCALine Concentrating Array
LCALockup Clutch Actuator
LCALinear Cellular Array
LCALower Class Adoption (band)
LCALoop Control Architecture
LCALimited Commercial Availability
LCALine Cutter Assembly (aerospace system)
LCALocal Christian Assembly (various locations)
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The abbreviation BSE stands for Bochner-Schoenberg-Eberlin and refers to a famous theorem, proved by Bochner and Schoenberg [3,14] for the additive group of real numbers and in general by Eberlein [6] for a locally compact abelian group G, saying that, in the above terminology, the group algebra [L.sup.1](G) is a BSE algebra.
His topics are Banach analysis and spectral theory, locally compact groups, basic representation theory, analysis of locally compact abelian groups, analysis on compact groups, induced representations, and further topics in representation theory.
For a locally compact abelian group G, Gilbert [15] characterized [weak.sup.*]-closed translation invariant complemented subspaces of [L.sup.[infinity]](G) by their spectra.
Let G be a locally compact abelian group, and let A be a left Banach G-module.
He proceeds from the elementary theory of Fourier series and Fourier integrals to abstract harmonic analysis on locally compact abelian groups.
The symmetries that underlie Shannon's sampling theorem and its more general multi-band version are used as a basis for an exposition of sampling theory in a locally compact abelian group setting.
Key words and phrases: Whittaker-Kotel'nikov-Shannon theorem, Plancherel's formula, locally compact abelian groups, discrete subgroups, tranvsersals
These very different groups R, [T.sup.1], Z are all abelian and locally compact ([T.sup.1] is compact), and so are united by working with locally compact abelian groups.
However we shall be concerned with locally compact abelian groups, where the theory has close analogues with the classical theory and is particularly well suited to sampling theory.
the direct limit of locally compact abelian groups, is equipped with a continuous action of [GAMMA] = [[GAMMA].sub.F].
Any locally compact abelian group M defines a sheaf yM of abelian groups on Top; this (Yoneda) provides a fully faithful embedding of the (additive, but not abelian) category Tab of locally compact abelian groups into the (abelian) category Tab of sheaves of abelian groups on Top.
The abbreviation BSE stands for Bochner-Schoenberg-Eberlein and refers to the famous theorem, proved by Bochner and Schoenberg [2,18] for the additive group of real numbers and in general by Eberlein [6] for locally compact abelian groups G, saying that, in the above terminology, the group algebra [L.sup.1] (G) is a BSE-algebra (See [17] for a proof).
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