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A concept is an idea, something that is conceived in the human mind.
Concept may also refer to:
- Concept (generic programming), a generic programming term
- In computational learning theory, a subset of the instance space; see Concept class
- Concepts (C++), a proposed extension to C++'s template system
- Concept virus (disambiguation), the name of two pieces of malware
- Conceptualization (information science), organizing principles and objects underlying an abstract, simplified view of the world selected for a particular purpose such as information access
- Concept (album), a 1981 album by The Sylvers
- Concepts (album), a Frank Sinatra album
- Concept album, a popular music album unified by a theme, which can be instrumental, compositional, narrative, or lyrical
- Concept Records, a record label
- DJ Concept, DJ & producer from Long Island, New York
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