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Inflation commonly refers to a rise in the general price level over a period of time (also known as price inflation).
Inflation may refer to:
- Monetary inflation, an expansion in the quantity of money in an economy.
- Academic inflation, the increase of job requirements due to the increase of college educated people seeking employment.
- Grade inflation, the increase over time of academic grades, faster than any real increase in standards.
- Inflation (cosmology), the (theorized) exponential expansion of the very early universe.
- Warm inflation, a particular description of cosmological inflation.
- The act of inflating an inflatable, anything designed to be expanded with air or gas (such as a balloon).
Mathematics and computation
- The action of INFLATE, the algorithm that reverses DEFLATE compression.
- The inflation map in group cohomology (mathematics).
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