Definitions for "MLP"
Meridian Lossless Packing, a lossless compression algorithm used in the DVD-Audio specification to increase the playing time. MLP offers a compression of between 2 and 3 to 1 depending on the audio content. The result is a playing time for multi-channel audio at the highest quality levels (96kHz and 24 bits) of well over 74 minutes using MLP.
Meridian Lossless Packing, a lossless compression method developed by Meridian Audio Ltd. and used for DVD audio.
Meridian Lossless Packing. Encoding format that is able to completely reconstruct the original signal at the receiving end. No information is lost or discarded, regardless of how trivial it might be. Used to encode six channels of high-resolution audio on DVD-A.
See: Master limited partnership
Master limited partnership. Master pension plan Match fund
Master Limited Partnership. (1) A blending of a general partnership/limited partnership, and a way to securitize properties. (2) A limited partnership in which the limited partnership interests are publicly traded on securities exchanges or in the over-the-counter market.
Keywords:  lieber, mach, pause
Mach Lieber Pause
Keywords:  multilink, ppp
Multilink PPP.
Keywords:  microleadframe, package
MicroLeadframe Package
Minerals Local Plan. Through the Minerals Local Plan a County Council provides the detailed policy framework for assessing proposals for the working of the minerals in its area. The aim is to balance the County Council?s responsibilities to make provision for the winning and working of minerals for local, regional and national needs, with its responsibilities to protect the environment and the amenity of local residents. An example is given for Leicestershire County Council.
See Minerals Local Plan
Minerals Local Plan. The development plan for minerals, to be replaced by MDFs.
Keywords:  plaza, lane, main
Main-Lane Plaza
Keywords:  perceptrons, multi, layer
Multi-layer perceptrons.
Keywords:  platoon, lift, medium
medium-lift platoon
A feature that allows banner and text links to land on pages of your website other than your home page. If you are MLP-enabled, customers who click on your banner or link from an affiliate's site will be taken to the Web page of your choosing, instead of to your home page. Merchants must be MLP-enabled to use the feature; contact your LinkShare representative for details.
Mobile Launch Platform
Mobile Location Protocol