FHDLFlorida Hardware Design Language (expandable language)
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The probability of investigation depends upon the frequency that high disclosures lose (FHDL).
The value of FHDL is derived from recent history, and is strictly a function of the percentage of low assets reported as high (PLAH):
FHDL = Prob(high) Prob(loss high) + Prob(low) PLAH/Prob(high) + Prob(low).