TVAC


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TVACTokyo Voluntary Action Center (est. 1981; Tokyo, Japan)
TVACThink Vantage Access Connections
TVACThermal Vacuum
TVACToronto Video Activist Collective (Canada)
TVACThalidomide Victims Association of Canada (est. 1987)
TVACTeaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps (Teaneck, NJ)
TVACTelevision Area Correlation
TVACTaxe sur la Valeur Ajoutée Comprise
TVACThe Vast Atlantic Company Inc. (Canada)
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TVAC included 20 functions whose deviations were greater than FTBA-TC; CS had 22 functions worse than FTBA-TC; and even for MEABC, 15 functions of deviations were inferior to FTBA-TC.
UK-based Paragon Entertainment Ltd (LON:PEL), the holding company for creative build solutions provider Paragon Creative Ltd, said it had bought development, operating and project management services firm The Visitor Attraction Company (TVAC), serving the leisure attractions sector.
An initial pounds 2.1m in cash and shares, plus deferred payments of up to pounds 6.87m was paid for the Leyland-based TVAC - which stands for The Vehicle Application Centre.
Therefore, a PSO algorithm with time-varying acceleration coefficients (TVAC) [20] could efficiently converge to the global optimal solution.
5 April 2012 a[euro]" UK-based Paragon Entertainment Ltd (LON:PEL), the holding company for creative build solutions provider Paragon Creative Ltd, said on Thursday it had bought development, operating and project management services firm The Visitor Attraction Company (TVAC), serving the leisure attractions sector.
In addition to the new vocabulary, the Sanskrit vocabulary here shades into the vernacular at times, so instead of tvac for cinnamon, we see taj.
[23] propose time-varying acceleration coefficients as a parameter automation strategy for the PSO named TVAC, which reduces the cognitive component and increases the social component by changing the acceleration coefficients.
(17.) cakkhu, eye; sota, ear; ghana, nose; jivha, tongue; and kaya, body (or occasionally tvac, skin, as in BAU 4.5.12, or pani, hand, as in Caraka samhita (CS), "Vimanasthanam" 4.7).