Offset

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Offset may refer to:

  • Offset (film), a 2006 film featuring Răzvan Vasilescu and Alexandra Maria Lara.
  • Offset (law), a reduction in the amount to be paid by a losing party on the basis of debt owed by the prevailing party.
  • Offset agreement, a trade practice in the aerospace and defense industry.
  • Offset loan (finance), a type of flexible lending arrangement.
  • Offset printing, a printing technique where an inked image is transferred from plate to printing surface via a rubber blanket.
  • Carbon offset, a financial instrument meant to aid efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Science and engineering[edit]

  • DC offset, the mean amplitude of a waveform (originally, a direct-current ("DC") waveform).
  • Frequency offset, the difference between a source and a reference frequency.
  • Phase offset, a sinusoidal function's initial (non-zero) angle at its origin.

See also[edit]

  • Displacement (vector) or "offset", the position of a point or a particle in reference to an origin or to a previous position.

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