Synonyms for lns or Related words with lns

vmn              mln              plns              dlns              lymph              mlns              cgn              subiliac              splenic              slbs              spleens              thymocytes              glomeruli              dcn              lymphatics              mcn              hilar              bns              lymphnodes              lymphnode              mnd              gmscs              agwt              tnc              pces              cgw              spleen              gws              popliteal              lymphadenopathy              mesenteric              iln              delemarre              lhr              cpn              pws              vno              nalt              nodebreast              mncs              podocytes              agw              lgn              ntb              lma              pln              mhn              mscs              pdg              bmms             



Examples of "lns"
LNS is sometimes used in FPGA-based applications where most arithmetic operations are multiplication or division.
Thus SAMe may be useful for treating purine nucleotide diseases, which include LNS.
Lega Nord Sardinia (English: "Sardinia Northern League", LNS) is a regionalist political party in Sardinia.
The ISO 639-3 code is lns. This language is spoken by about over 100,000 people.
A substantial effort to explore the applicability of LNS as a viable alternative to floating point for general-purpose processing of single-precision real numbers is described in the context of the European Logarithmic Microprocessor (ELM). A fabricated prototype of the processor, which has a 32-bit cotransformation-based LNS arithmetic logic unit (ALU), demonstrated LNS as a "more accurate alternative to floating-point," with improved speed. Further improvement of the LNS design based on the ELM architecture has again shown its capability to offer significantly better in speed and more accurate than the floating-point.
Another animal model for LNS has been proposed to arise from oxidative damage, caused by the hyperuricemia accompanying LNS. This is based on the theory that uric acid is a powerful reducing agent and likely an important human antioxidant, in high concentration in blood. Thus, it has been suggested that free radicals, oxidative stress, and reactive oxygen species may play some role in the neuropathology of LNS.
LNS has been used in the Gravity Pipe (GRAPE) special-purpose supercomputer that won the Gordon Bell Prize in 1999.
The mathematical foundations for addition and subtraction in an LNS trace back to Carl Friedrich Gauss and Z. Leonelli.
In LNS, a number, formula_1, is represented by the logarithm, formula_2, of its absolute value as follows:
The periods before and surrounding birth are typically normal in individuals with LNS. The most common presenting features are abnormally decreased muscle tone (hypotonia) and developmental delay, which are evident by three to six months of age. Affected individuals are late in sitting up, while most never crawl or walk. Lack of speech is also a very common trait associated with LNS.
In 1967, McDaniel became director of LNS and served until he retired from the Cornell faculty in 1985. He research included important measurements with each of the series of LNS accelerators, including studies lambda-meson photo production, K-meson production, and measurements of the neutron electromagnetic form factors.
Treatment for LNS is symptomatic. Gout can be treated with allopurinol to control excessive amounts of uric acid. Kidney stones may be treated with lithotripsy, a technique for breaking up kidney stones using shock waves or laser beams. There is no standard treatment for the neurological symptoms of LNS. Some may be relieved with the drugs carbidopa/levodopa, diazepam, phenobarbital, or haloperidol.
In 1968, Thorne Dreyer left The Rag to help build the editorial collective at LNS in New York City. LNS, which was becoming the hub for alternative journalism in the United States, supplied the growing movement media with interpretive coverage of current events and reports on movement activities and the Sixties counterculture. In a history of Liberation News Service, Allen Young—who had worked for both "The Washington Post" and LNS—wrote: "The people of the underground press helped forge a national youth culture and in both subtle and direct ways influenced their colleagues in the 'establishment media.'"
LNS garnered support from well-known journalists and activists, as documented in a letter signed by I.F. Stone, Jack Newfield, Nat Hentoff, and William M. Kunstler published in the "New York Review of Books". In an appeal for funds, the signers praised the investigative work of LNS, and noted it had "grown from a mimeoed sheet distributed to ten newspapers to a printed 20-page packet of articles and graphics mailed to nearly 800 subscribers twice a week." The total combined circulation of the LNS-member papers was conservatively estimated at 2 million.
Marshall Bloom (July 16, 1944 – November 1, 1969) is best known as the co-founder of the Liberation News Service (LNS) with Ray Mungo in 1967.
Throughout the 1970s, with the end of the Vietnam War and decline of the New Left, LNS dwindled with the rapidly disappearing underground press. Reduced to serving only 150 newspapers, the LNS collective decided to close operations in August 1981. LNS records are archived variously in the Contemporary Culture Collection of Temple University Libraries, the Archive of Social Change of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Library, and the Archives & Special Collections at Amherst College; its photographs are archived at New York University's Tamiment Library.
For part of 1968, Bloom published the "LNS of the New Age" but the project died, when the ink froze in the mimeograph.
A logarithmic number system (LNS) is an arithmetic system used for representing real numbers in computer and digital hardware, especially for digital signal processing.
SAMe has also been used recently to treat another purine nucleotide disease, "Art's syndrome" (which is a PRPP disorder in common with LNS), with encouraging results.
The list of L2TP Control messages exchanged between LAC and LNS, for handshaking before establishing a tunnel and session in voluntary tunneling method are