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Consistency, in logic, is a quality of no contradiction.
Consistency may also refer to:
- Consistency (suspension) of a suspension (for example a pulp suspension)
- Consistency (negotiation), the psychological need to be consistent with prior acts and statements
- The viscosity of a thick fluid, e.g. of batter (cooking)
- "Consistency", an 1887 speech by Mark Twain
- The consistency criterion, a measure of a voting system requiring that where one is elected by all segments of the voters, one must win the election
- Consistency Theory, an album by 1200 Techniques
- Consistent histories (quantum mechanics)
- Consistent Life Ethic, an ideology stating that life is sacred
- Consistency, a property of a system of linear equations
- Mr. Consistency (foaled 1958), American Thoroughbred racehorse
In computer science
- Consistency (database systems)
- Consistency (knowledge bases)
- Consistent hashing
- Consistent heuristic
- Consistency model
- See Consistency (statistics), which describes:
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