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mLMajor League (baseball)
mLMost Likely
mLMill
mLMATLAB (software)
mLMachine Learning
mLLocal (Richter) Magnitude
mLMobile Legends (gaming)
mLMaximum Likelihood
mLMultilayer
mLMonolayer
mLMy Love
mLMail List
mLMali
mLMile (5,280 feet; chiefly British)
mLMaple Leaf (Canada's emblem)
mLMuch Love
mLMoney Laundering
mLMerrill Lynch
mLMinor League (baseball)
mLMaple Leafs (Canadian hockey team)
mLMarkup Language
mLMotherwell (postcode, United Kingdom)
mLMean Level
mLMiller Lite (beer)
mLMulti-Line
mLMolder
mLMonica Lewinsky
mLMortgage Lender (licensing; various locations)
mLMain Line (railroads)
mLMulti-Link
mLMicrolitre (1/1,000,000 litre; usually written as mu-litre)
mLMarxist Leninist
mLMilitary Law
mLMoses Lake (Washington)
mLMore-Less (scheduling scheme)
mLMining Lease
mLMaybe Later
mLLocal Magnitude (US Geological Survey; used in conjunction with the Richter scale)
mLMean Life (atomic clock reliability)
mLMaterial Loss (corrosion)
mLMemory Load
mLMulti Language
mLMuslim League
mLMaturity Level
mLMeta Language
mLMalay Language
mLMachine Language
mLMotor Launch
mLMet-Life (insurance)
mLMissile Launch (US Air Force)
mLMitral Leaflet (cardiology)
mLMucolipidosis (enzymatic genetic disorder)
mLMaster Library
mLMain Library
mLMini Load
mLManagement List
mLMetropolitano de Lisboa (Lisbon Underground Railways)
mLMore Later
mLMilitary Leave
mLMegalitre
mLMalolactic Fermentation (winemaking)
mLMilitary List (UK)
mLMeasurement Level
mLMedical Lake (Washington)
mLMatch Line
mLMucocutaneous Leishmaniasis
mLMinelayer
mLMaster of Librarianship (degree program)
mLMountain Leader
mLMaintenance Level (IBM AIX)
mLMister Lonely (movie)
mLMalt Liquor
mLMobile Launcher
mLMovimiento Libertario (Spanish: Libertarian Movement)
mLManagement Level
mLMunitions List
mLMetro League
mLMiddle Latin
mLMadina Lake (band)
mLMarking Light
mLManagement Learning
mLMission Load
mLMeteorology Laboratory
mLMag Light (flashlight)
mLMad Lion (singer)
mLLetter of Motivation
mLMiddlesex-London (Ontario)
mLMilitaire Luchtvaart (Dutch)
mLMilliLambert
mLMetro Ligero (Madrid, Spain public transportation)
mLMessagelink
mLMana Leech (gaming, Diablo 2)
mLMaster Loot (Everquest, gaming)
mLInorganic Silts (soil type)
mLSmall Mine Sweeper (US Navy)
mLMatched Lines (Nortel)
mLMarae Lassel (gaming, Asheron's Call)
mLMismatch Loss
mLMaintenance Limit
mLMaster's in Leadership
mLLand Mobile Station
mLMario Lemiux (hockey player)
mLMission Liaison (US DoD)
mLMateriel List
mLMaître de Langue (French: Master of Language)
mLMilitary Payroll Money Lists
mLMelt Link
mLMixto Listo (Guatemala concrete producer)
mL(USN Rating) Molder
References in periodicals archive ?
Furthermore, they observed that phase synchrony across fronto-parietal regions was strengthened as a function of the increase in memory load.
The WM paradigm was the classical letter N-back task with increasing levels of memory load [17], including 0-, 2-, and 3-back versions of the task.
Effects of Working Memory Load on Oscillatory Power in Human Intracranial EEG.
Stein, "Curvilinear relationship between phonological working memory load and social-emotional modulation," Cognition & Emotion, vol.
The working memory load increases as the demands for maintenance, updating, and inhibition increase with the size of n.
Also, because ERD was sensitive to memory load (Krause et al., 2000), it may have successfully discriminated between I truth and IM lies.
According to Woodman, Vogel, & Luck (2001), the visual working memory load would only add a delay constant to a visual search task.
Cognitive load researchers are interested in measures that can be taken to free working memory load so that more capacity can be made available for actual learning that facilitates schema construction.
The areas of memory reviewed include weaknesses such as sequential recall, processing speed, attention, and memory load. Strengths include free recall, visuospatial recall, imagery and dual encoding.
Specifically, the Vandenberg and Kuse (1978) Mental Rotation Test (MRT) was performed while participants maintained a concurrent verbal or spatial memory load. By using a dual-task paradigm, the priming effect of a concurrent memory load on MR performance can be compared to performance in the absence of a memory requirement.
The high schizotypal and low schizotypal (control) subjects did not differ in their reaction times to the task, which increased significantly with the working memory load (P less than .001).