CLHS

AcronymDefinition
CLHSCommon Lisp Hyperspec
CLHSClear Lake High School (CA, USA)
CLHSCalifornia League of High Schools
CLHSConcordia Lutheran High School (Ft. Wayne, Indiana)
CLHSCypress Lake High School (Fort Myers, Florida)
CLHSChisago Lakes High School (Minnesota, USA)
CLHSChung Ling High School (Malaysia)
CLHSCommon LISP Hyper Spec
CLHSCardinal Langley High School (Middleton Manchester, UK)
CLHSChipping Local History Society (England)
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The Vision Show marked the formal release of version 1.0 of the CLHS standard.
Complementing the standard are CLHS intellectual property (IP) cores developed by the Camera Link HS Committee.
The core, which implements the CLHS message layer, will be available in RTL VHDL format.
Hosted by AIA, CLHS is a G3 standard with the support of the Japanese and European machine-vision organizations (JIIA and EMVA, respectively) as well as AIA.
On display at the show were several specific products that support CLHS, including Teledyne DALSA's Falcon2 Camera and Xcelera PX8 Frame Grabber.
The distribution in multivariate space of the 213 samples selected for laboratory analyses using the cLHS procedure is shown in Fig.
CLHS is a Chicago-based nonprofit that trains and deploys more than 600 volunteers every year to provide tax counseling and legal services to more than 10,000 families and individuals.
The covariates driving the selection of the 100 sampling points through cLHS were derived from the DEM with 30-m spatial resolution, which was converted in vector file (points) through the 'Raster to Point' command and those points contained within the buffer around roads selected.
In Section 4, we present the way cluster data gathering and aggregation is done by the CLH systems and how they convey LJSON messages destined for BS translation (at the upper tier level).
Several potential WSN clusters are shown in Figure 1, and at the center of them are CLH and EP monitoring agents.
At the lower tier, low resource 2.4 GHz EP nodes make up clusters coordinated by a single CLH. These CLH nodes, with more computing resources and power, have two radios onboard: a 2.4 GHz transceiver that enables cluster communications and a second 900 MHz radio through which the upper tier network is created for relaying remote sensor data towards the overall WSN base station.
Most of the habitat sensing is performed at the lower tier or cluster level, and this includes sensing at the EP level as well as at each CLH system.