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Automation is the process of self-reliability. Automation can also refer to:
- Build automation, the use of managed make tools
- Business process automation, streamlining business operations with software
- Document automation, the use of software to streamline document creation
- Electronic design automation, software filling in details of circuit design
- Office automation, software assisting employees in performing job duties
- OLE Automation, the mechanism whereby applications can access and manipulate shared automation objects that are exported by other applications.
- Support automation, automating problem prevention and resolution processes solutions
- Test automation, simulation of user actions
- Automation Alley, a business association in Michigan, USA
- Broadcast automation, scheduling of broadcasts carried out automatically
- Building automation, regulating environmental parameters for human-occupied buildings
- Console automation, using motorized faders of an audio workstation to automate signal changes
- Home automation, regulating environmental parameters for private occupances
- Laboratory automation, automation of laboratory tasks
- Automation, a car company tycoon game
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