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Bip or BIP may refer to:
- Basis point
- Basic Imaging Profile, Bluetooth profile which is designed for sending images between devices and includes the ability to resize, and convert images to make them suitable for the receiving device.
- Binary integer programming, a special case of integer programming
- Bit interface parity (parity bit), refers to parity protection on computer interfaces
- Biotechnology industrial park, a special form of industrial park
- BIP (band), a trio of Colombian musicians
- BiP (brewery), (Serbian: Beogradska industrija Piva), a brewery in Belgrade, Serbia
- Bip (channel), a comedy channel
- BIP Investment Partners, an investment company
- Bip the clown, a famous character of mime Marcel Marceau
- bip!, a contactless smartcard fare system used in Transantiago and Metro de Santiago, in Santiago de Chile.
- Botswana Independence Party, a political party in Botswana
- British International Pictures, a British film production, distribution and exhibition company
- Bearer Independent Protocol, a technology in mobile communication to provide the (U)SIM with access to data services through any of the data bearers supported by the mobile phone.
- Binding immunoglobulin protein, a molecular chaperone regulating protein folding.
- Bit interleaved parity
- Books in Print, an organization managing a commercial bibliography that lists nearly all books that are currently available in a given territory from major publishers
- Biuletyn Informacji Publicznej (BIP) government-sponsored public information system in Poland
- Bitcoin Improvement Proposal a technology proposal for bitcoin core software, similar to the RFC system
People named Bip:
- Bip Roberts (born 1963), former Major League Baseball second baseman and outfielder
- Boom Bip (21st century), producer and musician
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