PLB


Also found in: Medical, Acronyms.

PLB

(Picture Level Benchmark) A benchmark for measuring graphics performance on workstations. The Benchmark Interface Format (BIF) defines the format, the Benchmark Timing Methodology (BTM) performs the test, and the Benchmark Reporting Format (BRF) generates results in PLBmarks (formerly GPCmarks), which are divided into PLBwire93 (wireframe modeling) and PLBsurf93 (surface modeling) ratings. Image quality is not rated. See GPC.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Your EPIRB or PLB must be registered (free of charge) with NOAA/ SARSAT and your personal information and vessel description entered into the database at www.
Our monthly online newsletter offers a new level of transparency of proceedings within the PLB Board, which is working hard to strengthen the reputation of the Lithuanian World Community.
Bibendum PLB provides Conviviality and its subsidiaries with a range of complementary businesses serving the on-trade through Bibendum Wine, the off-trade through Walker and Wodehouse, agencies through PLB and Instil Drinks Co.
A disease predictive model was developed based on ten years data of PLB severity and epidemiological variables using stepwise regression analysis.
In 1973, however, McMurray and Magee (3) reported a preparation of PLB which simultaneously hydrolyzed both sn-1 and sn-2 ester hnkages of diacylglycerophosphohpids without accumulation of lysophosphohpids (Fig.
Pra-c had a clear effect on blood pressure in SHR, and reversed SHR ventricular remodeling by upregulating the gene expression of sarcoplasmic reticulum PLB.
He said that as of last week, there were many provinces where there are no PLB applications.
It is absolutely crucial that PLBs are registered properly otherwise the lack of a vital piece of information may compromise the success of a rescue.
During April 13-21, environmental sampling was conducted 1) at the semi-enclosed dockside buildings where imported produce is fumigated at PLB, 2) inside loaded semitrailers ready for departure from PLB, 3) inside the semitrailers on arrival at cold-storage facilities A and B, 4) at the loading docks at facilities A and B, and 5) inside the refrigerated area at facility A.
For PLB signals, most energy lies around two peak frequencies of 70 kHz and 170 kHz and small peak at 300 kHz.