AQP

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AcronymDefinition
AQPAny Qualified Provider (healthcare; UK)
AQPAquaporin (family of membrane channel proteins)
AQPAttribute Query Protocol
AQPAdaptive Queuing Protocol
AQPAir Quality Program (various organizations)
AQPAssociation for Quality and Participation
AQPAdvanced Qualification Program (aviation)
AQPAlberta Quality Program (Alberta, Canada)
AQPArequipa, Peru - Rodriguez Ballon (Airport Code)
AQPAdvance Quality Planning
AQPApproximate Query Processing
AQPAffordable Quality Pharmaceuticals (Garden Grove, CA)
AQPAir Quality Professionals, Inc. (Phoenix, AZ)
AQPAcquisition Processor
AQPAirworthiness Qualification Plan
AQPAcquisition Quality Plan
AQPAutomation Quality Program
AQPAddiction to Quirky Products (website)
AQPAssuming the Q Position (medical slang: deteriorating or dying with tongue hanging out)
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Data Acquisition Processor (DAP) boards and xDAP systems feature onboard memory and an onboard operating system, DAPL, that enable and maintain real-time processing and high-speed I/O.
Applications written using compiler-provided IDE implementations take the form of modules that extend DAPL, the multitasking real-time operating system for PC-based data acquisition and control, that comes with every Data Acquisition Processor (DAP) board from Microstar Laboratories.
Instead, they use a data acquisition processor that circumvents the Windows system.
However, an onboard data acquisition processor can run all instrumentation activities no matter how heavily you load down the host CPU.
The other company, Microstar Laboratories, Bellevue, Wash., offers what it calls data acquisition processor (DAP) boards that run a multitasking, real-time operating system optimized for high-performance data acquisition.
One of the keys to the success of these systems is the use of data acquisition processor (DAP) cards with onboard intelligence that can be programmed to deliver a stimulus and record the response without having to rely on the PC operating system.
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