Modal

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Modal may refer to:

  • Modal (textile), a textile made from spun cellulose fiber
  • Modal analysis, the study of the dynamic properties of structures under vibrational excitation
  • Modal bandwidth, in the discipline of telecommunications, refers to the signalling rate per distance unit
  • Modal haplotype, an ancestral haplotype derived from the DNA test results of a specific group of people
  • Modal jazz, jazz that uses musical modes rather than chord progressions as a harmonic framework
  • Modal logic, a type of formal logic that extends the standards of formal logic to include the elements of modality
  • Modal matrix, used in the diagonalization process involving eigenvalues and eigenvectors
  • Modal phenomena
  • Modal administration, used in Federal Agencies to describe sub-offices or "modes"
  • Modal transportation, used in transit to describe multiple modes of transit available such as bus, trolley, train, ferry
  • Modal score, used in testing and education for the most common score
  • Modal verb, a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality
  • Modal window, a child window that requires users to interact with it before they can return to operating the parent application
  • a trade name for Sulpiride, an atypical antipsychotic drug
  • Musical mode, a concept that involves scale and melody type

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