CLS

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CLS may refer to:

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  • Critical legal studies, a contentious school of legal philosophy, that emerged from Harvard Law School in the 1980s
  • Critical language studies – the study of language that evolved into critical discourse analysis
  • In statistics, the constrained least square estimator when doing linear regression
  • In statistics (in particular in high energy and astroparticle physics), the CLs method to set limits on a signal in presence of the background.

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