IPQ

AcronymDefinition
IPQInstituto Portugues da Qualidade (Portugese)
IPQIntellectual Property Quotient
IPQIncoming Product Quality
IPQInternet Performance & Quality (application accelerator)
IPQIngegneria Prodotto Qualità
IPQinitial parts qualification
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Statistically significant gender differences in treatment control and illness coherence subscales of IPQS were observed.
The independent sample t-test showed statistically significant differences between male and female patients in treatment control and illness coherence subscales of IPQS (p <.
IPeak Networks' unique patent-pending zero-latency protection against packet loss allows its IPQ products to greatly improve the quality of video conferences conducted over the public Internet.
Brett McAteer, director of marketing, IPeak Networks, said, "Right from the start, FVC demonstrated a complete understanding of the way IPQ is changing the game for video conferencing over-the-top of the public Internet.
Product endorsement and passing off" [2002] IPQ 3 at 309, note also, "[o]f course, some sorts of merchandise are more valuable when they are, or appear to be, official; children may be particularly sensitive to such matters.
Braskem will also own 64% of Copesul through it existing stake in that company plus that held by IPQ.
Founded in 2000, Innotive is creating the leading imaging standard, IPQ, by providing its iBrowser technology to create integrated media applications.
The smart gateway combines the processing power of IPQ, the Gigabit Wi-FiA of QualcommA VIVE 802.
The IPQ score is a mathematically derived numerical score based on about 35 different identified patent characteristics determined to have a statistically significant correlation to patent value (as observed through reported patent maintenance and abandonment rates).
Beginning next year, AMP will roll out additional capabilities for select advisors to customize client portfolios further, based on clients' risk tolerance and their IPQs.
IPQs are a new family of work-based qualifications being developed with employers by the food and drink sector skills council, Improve, for people employed in the industry in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.