Peak

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Peak or PEAKS may refer to:

Clothing
Computing
  • BIAS Peak, a professional audio editing program on the Apple platform
  • GeeksPhone Peak, a mobile phone
  • PEAKS (software), a proteomic mass spectrometry software, used to identify and quantitate proteins/peptides.
  • The British English term for the part of a hat known as the visor in American English
Geography and geology
  • Hubbert peak theory or peak oil, a theory that oil production worldwide is expected to reach a maximum level after which it will decline
  • Lenin Peak (Kyrgyz: Ленин Чокусу, Russian: Пик Ленина; Tajik: қуллаи Ленин, renamed қуллаи Абӯалӣ ибни Сино in July 2006), rises to 7,134 metres (23,406 ft) in Gorno-Badakhshan (GBAO) on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan
  • A mountain peak, see summit
    • More specifically, a pyramidal peak, a mountaintop that has been sculpted by erosion to form a point
Mathematics and physics
Media
Pharmacology
Places
Psychology
Transportation

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