Those sensors capture over 5,000 data points per minute, but they take up space.
What does PPM stand for?
PPM stands for Points Per Minute
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We have 379 other meanings of PPM in our Acronym Attic
- Pilot Production Model
- PIM PAM Management
- Planar Periodic Metallization
- Planned Preventive Maintenance
- Planning and Performance Management (various organizations)
- Plans Preparation Manual (various locations)
- Plate Pressing Machine
- Please Please Me (Beatles album)
- Point Projection Microscope
- Points per Match (various sports)
- Policy & Procedure Manual
- Pollution and Process Monitoring Ltd (UK)
- Pollution Prevention Manager
- Port Power Supply Module (Telabs)
- Portable People Meter (Arbitron Inc. audience measurement system)
- Portable Pixel Map
- Portfolio Product Manager (various companies)
- Positive Performance Management
- Positive Psychology Movement
- Post Program Monitoring (International Monetary Fund)
Samples in periodicals archive:
James Jones sent Tigers through the century mark with a three-pointer but the pace slowed towards the end as the teams shared just 15 points towards the end, averaging two points per minute compared to 5.
Table 2 Points Per Minute of NBA Players for Three Selected Years Early, Middle and Present Year Mean Mdn SD IRQ 1951 0.
Exam Structure The 1996 exam will consist of four subjects--Tax Court Procedure (25% of the test), Substantive Tax Law (40%), Evidence (25%) and Legal Ethics (10%)--with the total possible score divided evenly into 960 points, four points per minute of exam time.
For example, we calculated the average points per minute that a particular coach's players scored, weighting each player's points by the number of minutes he played, and then divided this number by the overall weighted-average points scored per minute from the entire pool of players.
The BodyMedia FIT armband automatically calculates the number of steps taken, hours slept, minutes of exercise and calories burned, utilizing information from four embedded sensors that collect more than 5,000 physiological data points per minute.