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Dapp

DAPP may stand for:

  • In spaceflight, the "Data Acquisition and Processing Program," later renamed the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program.
  • Distributed Application - software that is executed or run on multiple computers within a network.
  • In positron emission tomography, a compound used as a radioligand that binds to the serotonin transporter.
  • Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology (DAPP), a psychological assessment instrument measuring 18 personality traits that provide a systematic representation of personality disorder.
  • Development Aid From People to People, which later became the Humana People to People Movement, a development organization which now operates in more than 40 countries such as DAPP Zambia

See also

  • Dapp, a hamlet in Alberta, Canada
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