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HNC

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HNC

(HNC Software Inc., San Diego, CA) A software company that specialized in products that detect credit card fraud, manage merchant risk, automate lending decisions and home valuations and manage retail inventories. Founded in 1986 by Robert Hecht-Nielsen and Todd W. Gutschow, it was initially involved with neural network products and training. In 1990, HNC changed its focus to intelligent decision support applications. In 2002, it was acquired by Fair, Isaac and Company.
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"She worked tirelessly and completed all of her assessments and placement hours to achieve her HNC."
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The Syrian opposition's High Negotiations Committee (HNC) on March 20, 2015, complained to the UN and the five leading powers - the US, Russia, China, France and Britain - that Assad was under-mining the then part of the Geneva-III peace talks for Syria.
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