Dependency

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Dependency, dependent or depend may refer to:

Sciences[edit]

Computer science[edit]

Economics[edit]

  • Dependant (British English) (Dependent - American English), a person who depends on another as a primary source of income
  • Dependency ratio, in economics, the ratio of the economically dependent part of the economy to the productive part
  • Dependency theory, an economic worldview which states that resources flow from poor states to wealthy states

Linguistics[edit]

Logic[edit]

  • Dependent type, in computer science and logic, a type which depends on a value

Mathematics[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Politics[edit]

  • Dependent territory, a classification of territory, especially a region that is not a sovereign state, but the possession of such

Psychology[edit]

  • Codependence, a pattern of detrimental, behavioral interactions within a dysfunctional relationship
  • Dependency need, the real need of the organism, or something that individuals can not provide for themselves
  • Dependent personality disorder, a personality disorder characterized by a pervasive psychological dependence on other people
  • Substance dependence, a need for a substance so strong that it becomes necessary to have this substance to function properly

Music[edit]

  • Dependent (record label), a German independent record label that focuses on aggrotech, electro-industrial and futurepop music
  • Dependent Music, an independent Canadian record label, owned and operated by the artists that were a part of the collective

Other uses[edit]