ABR

ABR may refer to:

Technology:

  • Available Bit Rate, a service used in ATM networks
  • Average bitrate, the average amount of data transferred per second
  • Area border router, in the Open Shortest Path First protocol

Transport:

  • Abercynon North railway station, a closed railway station formerly serving the village of Abercynon in the Cynon Valley, South Wales
  • IATA airport code for Aberdeen Regional Airport, an airport east of Aberdeen, South Dakota, United States
  • ABR, the ICAO airline designator for Air Contractors, a European freight airline
  • Athens Line, a railroad operating in the U.S. state of Georgia

Other uses:

  • American Board of Radiology
  • Auditory brainstem response, an electrical signal evoked from the brainstem of a human or other mammal by the presentation of a sound
  • August Burns Red, a metalcore band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Australian Book Review, a literary magazine

Other articles related to "abr":

American Book Review - History
... ABR was one of the first literary journals entirely devoted to reviewing works from independent presses and continues to follow that tradition today ... In November 2006, the editorial aspects of ABR moved from Illinois State University to the University of Houston–Victoria (UHV) under the ... Di Leo, Editor and Publisher of ABR and UHV's Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences ...
Marina Abràmova
... Marina Abràmova is a Russian expert in Catalan culture, born in Moscow in 1955 ... Abràmova was the editor of the anthology Ogon i rozi ...
American Book Review
... ABR specializes in reviews of frequently neglected published works of fiction, poetry, and literary and cultural criticism from small, regional, university, ethnic ... ABR as a literary journal aims to project the sense of engagement that writers feel about what is being published ... The online content of ABR is distributed by Project MUSE ...
Multiply-with-carry - Complementary-multiply-with-carry Generators
... But a prime of the form p = abr + 1 will make p−1 easy to factor, so a version of multiply-with-carry that involves the order of b for a prime p = abr + 1 would reduce considerably the computational number ... a slight modification of the MWC procedure leads to primes of the form abr + 1 ...