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Concurrency, concurrent, or concurrence may refer to:
- Concurrence, a legal term referring to the need to prove both actus reus and mens rea
- Concurring opinion (also called a "concurrence"), a legal opinion which supports the conclusion, though not always the reasoning, of the majority.
- Concurrency (computer science), a property of systems in which several processes are executing at the same time
- Concurrency (road), an instance of one physical road bearing two or more different route numbers
- Concurrent DOS, Digital Research's multiuser multitasking operating system, with "Concurrent" once being their registered trademark
- Concurrent estate, a concept in property law
- Concurrent computing, the simultaneous execution of multiple interacting computational tasks
- Concurrent lines, a mathematical term for multiple lines or curves intersecting at a single point
- Concurrent enrolment, the process in which high school students enroll at a university or college usually to attain college credit
- Concurrent resolution, a legislative measure passed by both the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives
- Concurrent sentences, in criminal law, periods of imprisonment that are served simultaneously
- Concurrent Design Facility, an assessment center of the European Space Agency using concurrent engineering methods
- Concurrence (quantum computing), a measure of quantum entanglement used in quantum information theory
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