Convergence

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Convergence may refer to:

Computing and technology[edit]

Economy[edit]

  • Convergence (economics), a possible phenomenon also known as the Catch-up effect
  • Convergence (accounting), the goal of and work towards establishing a single set of accounting standards that will be used internationally
  • Digital convergence, the convergence of the information technology, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and entertainment industries into digital media conglomerates

Gatherings[edit]

Literature[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

  • Convergence (logic), the property that different transformations of the same state have a transformation to the same end state
  • Convergence (mathematics), the process of some functions and sequences approaching a limit under certain conditions
  • A property of dynamical systems studied in stability theory

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