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Aoi may refer to:
- Ao (color), a Japanese color word (noun)
- Aoi, the Japanese adjectival form of ao
- Aoi, the Japanese name for various plants used in Japanese heraldry, including the hollyhock and the wild ginger (Asarum caulescens)
- Aoi (trigraph), the three letters "aoi"
- Aoi Ward of Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Science and technology
- AND-OR-Invert, a Boolean logic gate in electrical engineering
- Area of Interest, Used in Applications to find the transactions
- Angle of incidence, angle from "straight on" (angle from perpendicular or normal)
- Arctic oscillation index, a measure of atmospheric pressure changes in the Arctic
- Art of Illusion, an open-source 3D graphics rendering software package
- Automated optical inspection, manufacturing test system that uses optical vision to identify defects during the manufacturing of a PCBoard
- Add On Instruction, a complex programming instruction used in industrial logic controllers
- Area of Interest, in geoinformation a contiguous area that is of interest for marketing or military purposes, either strategic or tactical, see also Area of Responsibility
- Arab Organization for Industrialization, an Egyptian defense manufacturing consortium
- Association of Illustrators, a non-profit trade association for illustrator’s rights and professional standards (U.K.)
- AOI Records, a record label created by De La Soul
- Africa Orientale Italiana, an Italian colony in Africa
- Ancona Airport's IATA code, near Ancona, Italy
- All Ordinaries, the primary index of the Australian securities market
- Articles of Incorporation, the rules governing a corporation (U.S. and Canada)
- Art Official Intelligence, a series of albums by De La Soul
- Areas of Interaction, an element of the IB Middle Years Program (education).
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