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BPI

BPI may refer to:

In business:

  • Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a public high school in Maryland, United States
  • Banca Popolare Italiana, an Italian bank merged into Banco Popolare
  • Banco Portugu√™s de Investimento, a Portuguese bank
  • Bank of the Philippine Islands, the oldest bank in the Philippines
  • Beef Products, Inc., manufacturer of lean finely textured beef, or LFTB.
  • BPI Energy, an energy company involved with coalbed methane (CBM) in the Illinois Basin
  • Bridge Publications (Scientology), the Church of Scientology's internal publishing division
  • British Phonographic Industry, a record industry trade association
  • British Power International, a UK-based power sector consultancy
  • Belgian Packaging Institute, a Belgian packaging consultancy and testing company

In measurement:

  • Base peak intensity, a type of mass chromatogram
  • Bits-per-inch or Bytes-per-inch, used to specify the data density of magnetic tape
  • Bomb Power Indicator, used by the Royal Observer Corps during the Cold War to detect nuclear explosions
  • Brief Pain Inventory, used to measure the change in pain intensity after treatment, for example, with anti-cancer drugs

BPI may also be:

  • Brachial plexus injury is an injury caused by damage to the nerves that conducts signals from the spinal cord to the shoulder, arm and hand.
  • Baseline Privacy Interface, a MAC layer security service
  • Boolean prime ideal theorem, a mathematical theorem
  • Business process improvement, a method of improving business processes
  • Business process interoperability, a state that exists when a business process can meet a specific objective automatically utilizing essential human labor only
  • Bard Prison Initiative, an inmate college degree program offered by Bard College
  • Bureau of Plant Industry (Philippines)
  • Bureau of Plant Industry, The United States of America (USA).
WordNet

bpi

n. a measure of how densely information is packed on a storage medium [syn: bits per inch]