DRP


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DRP

(1) (Distribution and Replication Protocol) A W3C protocol for downloading only updated Web information (differential downloads). The website maintains an index of its files, including HTML pages, images and applications. The browser downloads the DRP index, which serves as a roadmap to the updated files when compared to the current index.

(2) (Disaster Recovery Planning) See disaster recovery.

(3) (Dynamically Reconfigurable Processor) An adaptive computing architecture from NEC Electronics (www.necel.com) that was introduced in 2003. See adaptive computing.
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While many businesses in the country are required by law to have a DRP, there are still those who overlook this important business component.
As it is, if the DRP and Gayoom's newly formed party begin to clash and bicker, voters may turn to the safer option of voting for the Maldives Democratic Party (MDP) and re-electing President Nasheed for a second term.
He said under Thasmeen's leadership "DRP is no longer seen as a party that works for the rights and in the best interests of the people of Maldives" and for him to "remain as the Zaeem [leader] of such as party is in direct contradiction to my beliefs and principles," the letter says.
"Although we have only implemented Surround Haptics with a gaming chair to date, the technology can be easily embedded into clothing, gloves, sports equipment and mobile computing devices," said Ivan Poupyrev, senior research scientist at DRP, who invented and developed Surround Haptics with Ali Israr, also of DRP.
The Phase 2 DRP and SMP are sister plants to the Phase 1 assets, thereby significantly reducing the associated technology and construction risks.
But Jorie Klein, director of trauma and disaster management at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, said that even though the DRP generates enough money, the Legislature has never appropriated enough money for trauma care.
The DRP Class A certificate is a recognised standard worldwide that is awarded to manufacturing and distribution companies that demonstrate best in class operating performance; for example in customer service, supplier on time performance, quality, replenishment, inventory accuracy, product availability and workplace organization.
So, what is a DRP? A disaster recovery plan is a subset of a larger process known as business continuity planning that should include preparations for the resumption of applications, data, hardware, communications (such as networking), and other IT infrastructure.
and Canada, and included an analysis of DRP in general, a frank review of specific insurer programs, and a summary of how the participants felt DRP processes could be modified to improve relationships, efficiencies, and customer service.
And 3) How does the definition of DRP factor into the decision making process?