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PEI

ISO 4217 code for the Peruvian inti, the former currency of Peru. It was introduced in 1985, replacing the Peruvian sol at a ratio of 1,000 sol to one inti. Although it was intended to reduce the sol's high inflation rate, the inti suffered from hyperinflation as well. The new sol replaced the inti in 1991.
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Case Study - In What Way Will Peer To Peer Platforms Transform The Global Economy?
There is a substantial and growing amount of evidence for the effectiveness of peer support services, both in terms of quality of life and outcomes for individuals and in terms of cost savings to counties and states due to reductions in rates of hospitalization, and these efforts have the potential to make significant improvements to North Dakotas behavioral health system, Burgum said.
Enter open peer review; a transparent alternative that includes peer review reports being published alongside the research article.
In Rhode Island, the most active peer program in the country has a foothold in emergency departments and in outreach.
NAPP was commissioned to develop a rubric for peer program evaluation.
Xiong and Liu [25] developed an algorithm for static and dynamic peer to peer routing formation in larger area peer networks which were based on peer trust estimation process.
There are three types of peer review reports: pass, pass with deficiency or fail.
As an adult learner my experience of peer review can be compared to 'Roulette'; it's a bit of a gamble, very hit and miss.
The tit-for-tat strategy [12] is taken up by a peer to preferentially upload to its neighbor peers who provide it the optimum downloading rates.
The aim of the study was to determine the potential of peer assessment to improve the student experience in a tertiary bridging course by developing innovative assessment tasks that promote social relationships, metacognitive awareness and an appreciation for academic processes.