ARPD

AcronymDefinition
ARPDAverage Revenue per Day
ARPDAdvanced Return Path Demodulator (Motorola)
ARPDAsbestos Related Pleural Disease
ARPDAddress Resolution Protocol Daemon
ARPDAssociation for the Rehabilitation of Physically Disabled
ARPDAutosomal Recessive Polycystic Disease
ARPDAcrylic Removable Partial Denture (dentistry)
ARPDPower-Averaged Rate of Power Density Generation
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She feels the therapists at ARPD are doing great job.
That NOV bribed the corrupt employees in an effort to fraudulently induce ARPD to enter into overpriced contracts and pay inflated invoices.
Furthermore, for each buffer size, the DABC algorithm has a lower ARPD value than all the other algorithms for each of the nine subsets except that, for the subsets with 20 jobs, the DABC, DABC_D, DABC_T, and HDDE algorithms generate the same ARPD value equal to zero.
While the differences of the DABC algorithm and the other algorithms are quite clear from these tables, it is still necessary to perform some statistical tests on the RPD results in order to observe whether the differences in the ARPD values are indeed statistically significant.
The mean deviation between the solutions by Gurobi with time limit of 30 min and the solutions by GRASP with time limit of J x E/10 are shown in the column "ARPD" using the expression (41).
The ARPD of the GRASP algorithm for all problems was 0.38%.
The term 'polycystic kidney disease' encompasses both the autosomal dominant (ADPD) and the autosomal recessive (ARPD) forms of polycystic kidney disease.
In ARPD, there is always involvement of the liver by fibrosis with or without ectasia of the bile ducts similar to that seen in Caroli's disease.
The company will sell its 50% interest in ARPD for USD2m.
The overall average aRPD (2) for the May survey was 2.1 cm; the aRPD depths were highly variable among stations in the May survey, with roughly half the stations having thin aRPD depths of less than 2.0 cm and the other half having values above this value.
The chronic, widespread presence of relatively thin aRPD depths and highly anoxic sediment in western LIS throughout the months of May, September and December of 2002 is attributed to a well-documented combination of factors, including nutrient over-enrichment (eutrophication), resultant high inputs of labile organic matter to bottom waters and sediments and seasonal thermal stratification of the water column leading to near-bottom hypoxia (Parker & O'Reilly 1991, Welsh & Eller 1991, CTDEP 2000b).
Lavasani, Jam, M, 1994, analysis of Iranian durum wheat genetics diversity by using ARPD molecular and morphological markers.