PPP is an abbreviation for:

In politics:

In law, business and economics:

In law enforcement:

  • Philippine National Police, (Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas) the Filipino name of the Philippine National Police (PNP), the national police force of the Philippines
  • Integrated National Police, (Pinagsamang Pulisyang Pambansa) the Filipino name of the Integrated National Police (INP), a defunct police force of the Philippines

In science and technology:

  • Pariser-Parr-Pople method, an approximation in quantum chemistry
  • Pentose phosphate pathway, a chemical process that generates five-carbon sugars
  • Photodermatology, Photoimmunology and Photomedicine, a medical journal
  • Poly(p-phenylene), a conductive polymer
  • Precise Point Positioning, a GPS data processing technique

In medicine:

  • Pearly penile papules, a condition that occurs on male genitalia
  • Pustulosis palmaris et plantaris

In computing:

  • Point-to-Point Protocol, a data link protocol that is normally used to provide data link layer services on top of links that do not have built-in data link layer services like modem connections, T-carrier connections like T1 and T3 lines, E-carrier connections like E1 and E3 lines, and SONET and SDH connections like OC-3, STM-1, and higher bit rate optical connections
  • PowerPoint Presentation, a file created using the Microsoft Office application
  • Pay per play, a type of internet advertising using audio ads
  • Public Private Protected, in object oriented programming
  • PPP (complexity), a computational complexity class

In film:

In music:

  • (ppp), the dynamic marking for a note played extremely quietly. Variant names used to refer to this dynamic are pianississimo, pianissimo possibile, or piano pianissimo
  • Platinum Pied Pipers

In other fields:

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  • Ppp — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • PPP — public private partnership (PPP) A range of business structures and partnership arrangements involving government and private sector, from PFI (private finance initiative) to joint ventures and concessions, outsourcing and the sale of equity… …   Law dictionary

  • PPP — ↑ Polyphenylen. * * * PPP = Public private Partnership. * * * PPP   [Abk. für Point to Point Protocol, dt. »Punkt zu Punkt Protokoll«], ein Übertragungsprotokoll für serielle Datenübertragungen, das u. a. zur Einwahl ins Internet, d. h. zur… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • PPP — puede referirse a: Partido Popular de Pakistán, partido político pakistaní cuyo líder es Bilawal Bhutto. Partido Popular Palestino, movimiento político que proviene del Partido Comunista Palestino. Partido del Poder del Pueblo, partido político… …   Wikipedia Español

  • PPP — PPP: PPP (сетевой протокол) PPP (базы данных) Паритет покупательной способности (экономика). Государственно частное партнёрство (англ. Public Private Partnership) …   Википедия

  • PPP — puede significar: 1. Point to Point Protocol, es decir, Protocolo punto a punto. Protocolo de nivel de enlace estandarizado en el documento RFC 1661. 2. Puntos por pulgada (ppp), del ingles (DPI) es una medida la resolución de impresión, en… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • ppp. — ppp. abbr. pianissimo …   Dizionario italiano

  • PPP — [ˌpi: pi: ˈpi:] n [U] public private partnership a system of providing money for transport systems, hospitals, schools etc where the government pays some money and private ↑investors provide the rest of it …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • PPP — (Point to Point Protocol) n. protocol used for connecting computers to the Internet through telephone lines (Computers) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • PPP — DEFINICIJA krat. int. standardni protokol za serijsko povezivanje osobnih računala s Internetom preko modema i telefonske linije ETIMOLOGIJA engl. Point to Point Protocol …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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