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Module or modular may refer to the concept of modularity. It may also refer to:
Computing and engineering
- Modular design, the engineering discipline of designing complex devices using separately designed sub-components
- Modular Function Deployment, a method in systems engineering and product development
- Module, a measure of a gear's pitch
- Ontology modularization, a methodological principle in ontology engineering
- Modular programming, a software design technique
- Loadable kernel module an object file that contains code to extend the running kernel
- Environment Modules, a software tool designed to help users manage their UNIX or Linux shell environment
- Computer module, an early packaging technique that combined several electronic components to produce a single logic element
- Memory module, a physical "stick" of RAM, an essential piece of computer hardware
- Multi-chip module, a modern technique that combines several complex computer chips into a single larger unit.
Science and mathematics
- Module (mathematics) over a ring, a generalization of vector spaces
- In connection with Modular decomposition of a graph, modules are a kind of generalisation of graph components.
- Modularity (networks), a benefit function that measures the quality of a division of a Complex network into communities
- Protein module or protein domain, a section of a protein with its own distinct conformation, often conserved in evolution
- A cis-regulatory module, a stretch of DNA containing a number of genes that share joint regulation by the same transcription factors
- Module (musician), the solo project of New Zealand-based musician/producer Jeramiah Ross
- Module file, a family of music file formats
- Modular Recordings, a record label
- Sound module, electronic musical instrument without a human-playable interface
- NTC Module, a Russian research and development center
- ModulArt, a technique used in contemporary art where a large-structure painting is made up of multiple smaller modules.
- Ford Modular engine, Ford's line of OHC V8 and V10 motors
- An Adventure (Dungeons & Dragons), formerly referred to as a "module"
- Vitruvian module, an architectural measure
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