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# Linear Structure (totally ordered structure) Definition/Meaning:

A collection of items ordered by a single property so that each item, except possibly for the first or last, has a unique "predecessor" and a unique "successor". It is the most commonly used structure and appears under a variety of names depending on storage representation and its intended use. Linked representations are normally called lists while sequential representations are called arrays.

## Near by Terms:

 LIFO or lifo (Last in first out) Light Pen Likelihood Linear Algebraic Equations (simultaneous equations) Linear Array Linear-Bounded Automaton (LBA) Linear Channel Linear Codes Linear Logic Linearly Addressed Memory (two-dimensional (2-D) memory) Linear Programming Linear Recurrence Linear Structure (totally ordered structure) Line Discipline Line Finder Line Printer Line Protocol (line discipline) Line Switching Link Link Editor (linkage editor) Linked List (chained list) Link Encryption Link Loader Link Testing LISP List List Head List Processing List Sorting Literal

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