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LLei (Law)
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LLire (Italian currency)
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LLiverpool (postcode, United Kingdom)
LLoser
LLatency (network communications)
LLockheed (as in L-1011)
LLibertarian (political party)
LLibra (Latin: Pound)
LLiberty Media Corporation (stock symbol)
LLeader Program
LCold Weather (US military aircraft modified mission symbol)
LPolymerase (virus protein identifier)
LLigand (chemistry)
LLogarithmic (complexity theory)
LLuminosity
LInductance
LLeucine (amino acid)
LLongacre (designer of Indian Head penny; mint mark)
LLewisite
LLinesman (high school football; similar to head linesman)
LLumbar Vertebra (prefix, as in L-1, L-2)
LLength of leg
LLevorotary (optical rotation)
LAzimuthal Quantum Number (used in formulae in quantum physics)
L$100 Cigar
LLord or Baron (British title of nobility)
LLavorotatory
LLaser Research and Technology Division (LANL)
LUS DoT tire speed rating (75 mph)
LLength of side or any unspecified length
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Chu, "Optimal inequalities for generalized logarithmic, arithmetic, and geometric means," Journal of Inequalities and Applications, vol.
Applying the governing postulates on the strain energy density, the mathematical form of the unknown functions for strain energy was derived as polynomial, power law, logarithmic, and exponential.
In Figure 4(a), by classifying the sales of Japanese firms in 2007 that are included in the database into age-rank bins with a 1-year width, the logarithmic averages of sales [x.
The transmission ratio i of the Logarithmic CVT is as follows:
Handzic started with Archimedean spirals and logarithmic spirals.
A-LIAD adopts the same exponential increase mechanism until the first half period of the slow start (cwnd< (1/2)ssthresh), while the logarithmic increase is used during the next half period of the slow start ((1/2)ssthresh<cwnd<ssthresh).
In the fast-growth phase of a logarithmic activity, you have to fight the urge to self-celebrate and relax.
The logarithmic u-law quantizer is described in Section III.
Phase I indicates the withdrawal of the parasympathetic nervous system at the onset of exercise, which was identified with a logarithmic line of best fit ([r.
1] [subset] (1, +[infinity]) having finite logarithmic measure and a constant B > 0 that depends only on [sigma] and (i, j) (i, j positive integers with i > j) such that for all z satisfying [absolute value of z] = r [not member of] [0,1] [union] [E.
6) describes the functional relationship of the logarithmic gain with time.
Formally, a logarithmic function with base a is defined as y = [log.