Indicator

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Indicator may refer to:

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Economics[edit]

Mathematics, engineering, and industry[edit]

  • Indicator function of a subset of the domain, a concept in mathematics
  • Indicator (distance amplifying instrument), any of various instruments used to accurately measure small distances, and amplify them to make them more obvious
  • Indicator diagram, a graph of pressure against stroke within a piston engine
  • Indicator net, nets anchored at various depths to the sea bed around Allied naval bases during World War II intended to entangle U-boat traffic of the enemy
  • Indicator of compromise, an artifact observed in computer forensics that indicates an intrusion
  • Indicator (metadata), a Boolean value that may contain only the values true or false and includes the meaning of these values

Society[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Indicator (album), the ninth studio album released by the group Deine Lakaien, released in 2010

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