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Parallelism may refer to:
- Angle of parallelism, the angle at one vertex of a right hyperbolic triangle that has two hyperparallel sides
- Conscious parallelism, price-fixing between competitors in an oligopoly that occurs without an actual spoken agreement between the parties
- Parallel computing, the simultaneous execution of some combination of multiple instances of programmed instructions and data on multiple processors
- In the analysis of PRAM algorithms, the maximum possible speedup of a computation
- Parallelism (evolution), the independent emergence of a similar trait in different, but closely related species
- Parallel (geometry), for example, the parallelism control in geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
- Parallelism (grammar), a balance of two or more similar words, phrases, or clauses
- Parallelism (philosophy), a philosophical concept
- Parallelism (rhetoric), the chief rhetorical device of Biblical poetry in Hebrew
- Psychophysical parallelism, the theory that the conscious and nervous processes vary concomitantly
- Parallel harmony/doubling, or harmonic parallelism, in music
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