WPS

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AcronymDefinition
WPSWi-Fi Protected Setup
WPSWomen's Professional Soccer (league; est. 2007)
WPSWisconsin Physicians Service (insurance corporation)
WPSWebsphere Portal Server
WPSMicrosoft Works (file extension)
WPSWeb Processing Service (Open Geospatial Consortium)
WPSWireless Print Server (various companies)
WPSWelding Procedure Specification
WPSWater Purification System
WPSWorcester Public School (Worcester, MA)
WPSWeb Proxy Server (computing)
WPSWord Processing System
WPSWindows Printing System
WPSWeb Proxy Server
WPSWrite Protect Software
WPSWeb Portal System
WPSWorkplace Shell
WPSWord Processing Software
WPSWireless Push Server
WPSWireless Portal Suite
WPSWeb Publishing Service
WPSWord Packages
WPSWireless Provisioning Services
WPSWindows Power Shell
WPSWeb Publishing System
WPSWireless Print Server
WPSWeb and Pervasive Security
WPSWork Profiling System
WPSWhite Pages Services
WPSWeb Payments Standard
WPSWorker Protection Standard
WPSWhat the Papers Say (Russian media monitoring agency)
WPSWireless Protected Setup
WPSWi-Fi Positioning System (Skyhook Wireless)
WPSWorkplace Safety
WPSWindows Printing System (Microsoft)
WPSWireless Priority Service
WPSWorker Protection Standards (US EPA)
WPSWater Pumping Station (various locations)
WPSWorldwide Port System
WPSWords Per Second
WPSWireless Provisioning Service (Microsoft)
WPSWhile Playing Screen (Rockbox open source jukebox firmware)
WPSWoo Pig Sooie
WPSWeapons Squadron (USAF)
WPSWashington Professional Systems
WPSWholesale Photo Supply
WPSWorld Power Systems (Los Angeles, CA)
WPSWood & Paper Science (North Carolina State University)
WPSWoodlands Primary School (Singapore)
WPSWorst Possible Scenario
WPSWindows Powered Smartphone (mobile phone)
WPSWin, Place or Show
WPSWork Placement Scheme (various organizations)
WPSWarp Propulsion System (Star Trek)
WPSWyoming Public Schools (Wyoming, Michigan)
WPSWhite Pages Service
WPSWellington Primary School (Singapore)
WPSWellington Photographic Society (New Zealand)
WPSWireless Packet Scheduling
WPSWisconsin Public Service Utility
WPSWhite Pacific Securities, Inc. (San Francisco, CA)
WPSWorldwide Payment System
WPSWelding Procedure Sheet
WPSWater Pressure Switch
WPSWater Polo Saskatchewan (Regina, SK, Canada)
WPSWhite Powdery Substance
WPSWorkload Planning System
WPSWangaratta Primary School (Victoria, Australia)
WPSWertpapierServiceBank
WPSWideband Packet Switches
WPSWorld Percussion Sessions
WPSWorkstation Publishing System
WPSWork Package Status
WPSWater Port System (surface distribution and deployment command system)
WPSWith Prior Service
WPSWaveform Processing System
WPSWeapon Preload Software (B-1B)
WPSWoodgrove Primary School (Singapore)
WPSWorship and Praise Songbook
WPSWidowed Persons Service, Inc.
WPSWritten Problem Statement
WPSWeighted Progress Scale (toilet training)
WPSWorthless Piece of Stuff (polite form)
WPSWhole Potato Sorter (Key Technology)
WPSWaveform Processing Service
WPSWireline & Perforating Services
WPSWhite Powder Suspension (chemical reagent)
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Thus, Hawks makes the scene faster in part by adding dialogue so that there are more words per second Without the rests and with the larger number of speakers, the sound track also becomes more complex, an effect that contributes to the spectator's sense of speed.
Unfortunately most of Muni's lines here and elsewhere in the film are too short to get an accurate count of words per second,(2) although a longer speech, from the first scene in the police station and seeming to me about the same speed, clocks in at 2.
5 words per second, were much more successful at getting people to agree than either interviewers who talked very fast or very slowly," said Benki, a speech scientist.
Median reading time over the three trials in each condition was converted into a word articulation rate in words per second.
A one-half clock cycle guard time can be imposed on the TDMA timing structure to protect the system from interference, but this alternative will reduce the overall system efficiency with the loss of one-half of a 64 bit word per frame, or 2000 64 bit words per second.
According to the researchers, with email, the internet, television and other media, people are inundated with around 100,000 words a day - equivalent to 23 words per second.