Category: Abbreviations

ANAP Explained

National Association of Small Farmers is short for ANAP according to abbreviationfinder. Created on May 17, 1961, within the framework of its First Congress, under the revolutionary laws and in…

MLB Explained

The Major Leagues, also known as Major League Baseball (in English Major League Baseball or MLB according to abbreviationfinder) are the highest level professional baseball leagues in the world. Currently…

DHCP Explained

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol according to abbreviationfinder) is a network protocol that allows nodes on an IP network to obtain their configuration parameters automatically. It is a client/server type…

VPN Explained

Standing for Virtual Private Network according to abbreviationfinder, VPN allows you to create a secure connection to another network through the Internet. When you connect any device to a VPN,…

CEO, COO Explained

What is the difference between CEO, COO and CFO? The CEO, COO and CFO belong to the C-level executives, the level of top managers who lead the entire structure of…

Congruence Explained

According to abbreviationfinder.org, congruence, from the Latin congruentia, is the coherence or logical relationship. It is a characteristic that is understood from a link between two or more things. For…

Forgiveness Explained

In order to know the meaning of the term forgiveness, it is necessary, first of all, to discover its etymological origin. In this case, we can state that it is…

Heterotaxy Explained

Heterotaxia is characterized by an inverted arrangement of body organs in the abdomen. The symptoms of this disorder are quite different depending on the location of the organs and range…

MPEG-4 Explained

According to abbreviationfinder.org, Moving Picture Experts Group 4 (MPEG-4) or (MP4), introduced in late 1998, is the name of a group of audio and video coding standards as well as their related…

URL Explained

URL. Acronym in English for U niform R esource L ocator, which on abbreviationfinder.org is Uniform Resource Locator. It is a string of characters with which a unique address is assigned to each of the information resources available…

IBM PC Explained

The IBM Personal Computer, commonly known as the IBM PC according to abbreviationfinder.org, is the original version and the progenitor of the IBM PC compatible hardware platform. It is the IBM model…

Bytecode Explained

What is bytecode? Bytecode offers the possibility of guaranteeing the performance of a program across platforms. This serves as “intermediate code”, which interprets the commands of the source code and…

ROI and ROE Explained

What is ROI? Return on Investment (ROI), is a financial measure of performance that shows how much an investor or a company has gained or lost with an investment. ROI…

HDMI Explained

Standings for according to abbreviationfinder.org, HDMI enables the use of computerized, enhanced or high definition video, as well as multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It is independent of…

LGPL Explained

LGPL. The GNU project has two main licenses for use in libraries. One is the GNU Lesser GPL (or LGPL see abbreviationfinder.org) or reduced GPL, the other is the ordinary…

OPEC Explained

OPEC, which stands for Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries [ ɔ ː gəna ɪ ze ɪ ʃ n əv p ɪ trə ʊ ljəm eks p ɔ ː t ɪ…

ASEAN Explained

Asean – The Emergence According to sciencedict, ASEAN was formed on August 8, 1967 in Bangkok when the foreign ministers of the host country Thailand as well as Indonesia, the…

Meanings of Capital Market

In addition to the credit market and the money market, the capital market represents one of the three sub-areas of the financial market. In most cases, private investors trade their…

Meanings of IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), defined on abbreviationfinder, was founded in 1945 together with the sister institution World Bank. The IMF is based in Washington, DC, USA. In 2019 it…

Meanings of Hedge Funds

Hedge funds appear again and again in the media, are often the subject of discussion, and have also been available to private investors with direct access for some time. While…

Meaning of Specific Heat

The concept of specific heat is used in the field of physics with reference to the heat that a substance requires per unit mass to achieve an increase in temperature…

Meaning of Latent Heat

If we focus on the field of physics, heat is the energy that is transferred from one body to another, capable of generating a change of state and the dilation…