Definitions for "IPM "
Integrated Performance Monitoring
Integrated pest management. Integrated pest management (IPM) is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties. Pesticides are used only after monitoring indicates they are needed according to established guidelines, and treatments are made with the goal of removing only the target organism.
Institute of Personnel and Management. Now combined with the ITD to form the IPD..
Images per minute. Refers to the number of images the scanner can produce from a double-sided page.
Inches Per Minute. Used quite often to denote feed rate.
Document scanners that can scan in duplex mode are frequently quoted as "ipm". Therefore 20 ppm on a simplex scanner may be rated as 40 ipm on a duplex scanner (depending on the scanner construction).
Inquisition Post Mortem or inquisition after death. Before 1660, on the death of any holder of land who was thought to have held that land direct from the crown—called a tenant in chief by knight service— an inquiry was held by the Escheator of the county involved. A local jury had to swear to the identity and extent of the land held by the tenant at the time of his death, by what rents or services they were held, and the name and age of the next heir.
IPM makes project tracking easier. Complete with project-specific task lists, and statistics. The interface is customizable, and easy to use. This is simple web-based project tracking at its best. Try the demo.
IPM is an application for measuring and monitoring network performance statistics such as network latency, jitter, availability, packet loss, and errors. You can view these statistics in real time or have IPM store them in its database for historical analysis. You can also use IPM to establish network baselines and monitor thresholds.
Initial Placement Motion. A process that places the student at an appropriate starting level in the course by following the student's actual progress at the outset of the course. An appropriate starting level is one that is neither too easy nor too difficult for the student. IPM is not a test but a flexible property of the course that adapts the content of the course to the student's prior knowledge.
Inhalable Particulate Matter
Federally funded program emphasis in Extension.
Keywords:  interior, method, point
interior point method
Keywords:  speed, see
See speed.