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Decomposition is the biological process through which organic material is reduced.
Decomposition may also refer to:
- Chemical decomposition or analysis, in chemistry, is the fragmentation of a chemical compound into elements or smaller compounds
- Manifold decomposition, decomposition of manifolds
- Matrix decomposition, decomposition of matrices
- Vector decomposition, decomposition of vectors
- Helmholtz decomposition, decomposition of a vector field
- Lebesgue's decomposition theorem, decomposition of a measure
- Hahn decomposition of a measure space
- Hahn–Jordan decomposition of a signed measure
- Doob decomposition of an integrable, discrete-time stochastic process
- Doob–Meyer decomposition of a continuous-time sub- or supermartingale
- Lie group decomposition
- Decomposition (computer science), or factoring; the process of breaking a complex problem down into easily-understood and achievable parts
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