HLAC

AcronymDefinition
HLACHealthcare Laundry Accreditation Council
HLACHispanic/Latino Advisory Council (Nielsen Company)
HLACHousing Loan Administration Corporation (est. 1996; Japan)
HLACHigh Level Advisory Committee
HLACHistorical Landmarks Advisory Committee (California)
HLACHelicopter Landing Area Certificate (Helideck Certification Agency)
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In the feature extraction phase, the HLAC method, as a common recognition technique, extracts the geometrical features that can be regarded as characteristics for the overall appearance of the colonic mucosa from the preprocessed colonoscopy images.
HLAC. Higher Order Local Autocorrelation Coefficient (HLAC) [12] is proposed by professor Otsu from Tokyo University at IAPR in 1988.
Eventually, the government engaged, through the HLAC, the funds earmarked in the 1996 budget to cope with the jusen crisis.
Participants' data accessed included HLA-A, HLA-B, HLAC, HLA-DRB1, and HLA-DQB1 loci molecular typings and self-reported ethnicity.
The High Level Advisory Committee (HLAC) will not have any members from the RBI but will be comprised of eminent persons with experience in banking, the financial sector and other relevant areas.
(HLAC) plans to seek damages from Sakura Bank, Mitsui Trust and Banking and Bank of Kansai, an Osaka-based regional bank, for failing to report correct information about the clients to the mortgage lenders, the sources said.
The Deposit Insurance Corporation (DIC) created the Housing Loan Administration Corporation (HLAC) in July 1996 in order to complete the resolution scheme.
reviewed that HLAC alleles are mostly found in Caucasian South Africans, Black South Africans, Shona Zimbabweans, Tamil South Africans, and Zambians while HLA-B allele frequencies are found in Shonas and Black South Africans [87].
(HLAC) covering 73 claims, including five filed by the HLAC in a lawsuit last year.
When omitting HLAC or HLA-DQ from the input, the percentage of donor-recipient couples who had a ln(PIRCHE-II) delta of zero dropped from 20.5% to 9.4% or 12.3% for omitting HLA-C or HLA-DQ, respectively (Figure 3(a)).
(HLAC) for introducing defaulting borrowers to two "jusen" housing loan companies.