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- London Irish Network (est. 1989; UK)
- Milan, Italy - Linate (Airport Code)
- Local Interconnect Network Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter (automotive networking technology)
- Location Independent Networking for IPV6
- Laboratoire d'Informatique de Nantes Atlantique
- Life Insurance Company of North America
- Life Insurance Needs Analysis
- Linguistic Institute for Native Americans (Albuquerque, NM)
- Little Italy Neighborhood Association (Wilmington, DE)
- Linear Accelerator

- Laser Inertial Artillery Pointing System
- Laser Integrated Navigation/Attack System
- Leducq International Network Against Thrombosis (France)
- Lazy Internet and Browser (coding framework)
- Lithium Niobate
- Laboratory Instrument Computer
- Land Identification Number Code
- Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada
- Leaders in New Campus (Campus Crusade for Christ International)
- Learning & Information Network Center

In part IV a variety of applications of **linear algebra** are discussed, including in the natural sciences, programming, statistical modeling, computer science, analysis, geometry, and other fields of algebra.

This text introduces the fundamentals of numerical **linear algebra** and matrix computations to advanced undergraduates (and beyond) studying in mathematics, computer science, engineering, and other disciplines where numerical methods are used.

Accelerate Applications Using a Comprehensive and Easy-to-Use **Linear Algebra** Library with Highly Optimized Double Precision Performance

This year, the questions seemed a little easier, said Kuykendall, who besides attending high school is studying **linear algebra** at College of the Canyons.

A newly developed algorithm using **linear algebra** for the weighted min-max location problem was implemented and tested using Matlab 7.

To help illustrate the ideas, a detailed outline for an introduction to the dot product in **linear algebra** is given.

More specifically, LAN are characterized as parallel computers in the context of **linear algebra** applications, proposing parallelization guidelines which are: specific for parallel computing on LAN, and simple enough to be applied to a wide range of problems.

Symbolic and numeric calculations, **linear algebra**, calculus, and a wide selection of two-and three-dimensional graphs are easily available.