Some sections from the 1994 first edition have been removed for this second, and new sections added on capacities and Sobolev type inequalities, irreducible recurrence and ergodicity, recurrence and Poincare type inequalities, and Donsker-Varadhan type large deviation principles.
What does LD stand for?
LD stands for Large Deviation
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We have 59 other meanings of LD in our Acronym Attic
- Ladder Diagram
- Lady Day
- Lake Doctor
- Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Arts College (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India)
- Lame Ducks (band)
- Lamina Dura (radiology)
- LAN Destination (ATM)
- Land Disposal
- Lands Department (Hong Kong)
- Landscape Designer
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Mowat added that while discrepancies were caused by a variety of factors in individual cases, there were also large deviations between different regions, with Scotland as a whole recording a much higher pass rate than most English regions despite widespread concerns north of the border about binge drinking.
Export and import growth rarely sustain large deviation from each other, given the large share of export processing trade in China?
It also requires the development of economic and financial mechanisms in order to optimize costs for reducing pollution in those lines which recorded large deviations from the average index of pollution.
The following day's Consumer Price Index numbers are less likely to force major US Dollar volatility, but traders should nonetheless keep an eye out for any especially large deviations from consensus expectations.
This interpretation is supported by the high percentage of carnivores (33%), which is a large deviation from the expected 2-10% of a normal mammalian community.
One of these arms has been known for a long time, but has always been a mystery because of its large deviation from circular motion.
However, after a large deviation from the target in both 1999 and 2000, forecasters seem to turn to data-based projections faster in 2001 and in subsequent years.