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Matrix may refer to:
Mathematics and science
- Matrix (biology), the material or tissue between cells in which more specialized structures are embedded.
- Matrix (chemical analysis), the non-analyte components of a sample.
- Matrix (geology), the fine-grained material in which larger objects are embedded.
- Matrix (mathematics), a rectangular array of numbers, symbols or expressions.
Business and government
- Agfa Matrix, a film recorder manufacturer and division of Agfa-Gevaert
- Matrix Business Technologies, a telecommunications firm
- Matrix Chambers, a barristers' set
- Matrix Corporation, a holding company based in Orangeburg, New York, acquired in 1988 by Agfa-Gevaert
- Matrix Games, an American video game publisher founded 1999
- Matrix Instruments, Inc., a film recorder manufacturer based in Orangeburg, New York, acquired in 1988 by Agfa-Gevaert
- Matrix Partners, a private equity investment firm
- Matrix Software, a Japanese video game developer founded 1994
- MATRIX: Northern Ireland Science Industry Panel, a Northern Irish government advisory board
- Matrix (Doctor Who novel) by Robert Perry and Mike Tucker.
- Matrix (comics), a DC Comics character.
- Matrix (Neuromancer), a virtual-reality dataspace in the science-fiction novel Neuromancer and subsequent roleplaying game Shadowrun.
- Matrix of Leadership, a fictional artifact in the Transformers universe.
Film and television
- Matrix, a character from the Canadian animated TV series ReBoot.
- Matrix (Doctor Who), a computer system in the British TV sci-fi series Doctor Who.
- Matrix (TV series), a 1993 fantasy adventure TV series.
- Matrix (talk show), a 2005–12 Italian news and talk show.
- John Matrix, hero played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1985 film Commando.
- The Matrix (franchise), a science-fiction franchise.
- Clave matrix, a complex rhythmic pattern originally from African music.
- "Matrix", a song by Chick Corea on the album Now He Sings, Now He Sobs.
- Matrix (artist), a British DJ.
- Matrix (jazz group), a jazz-fusion ensemble from Wisconsin, United States.
- Matrix (music), an element in musical variations that remains unchanged.
- The Matrix (production team), a pop-music production team.
- Oberheim Matrix synthesizers, a historic product line of analog synthesizers featuring a method of programming called Matrix Modulation.
- M@rix, an album by the German industrial-music artist P.A.L.
- Matrix (club), a Berlin nightclub opened in 1996.
- The Matrix (club), a San Francisco nightclub (1965–72).
- "The Matrix", nickname of American basketball player Shawn Marion (born 1978).
- "The Matrix", nickname of Italian football (soccer) player Marco Materazzi (born 1973).
- Matrix (numismatics), a tool used in coin manufacturing.
- Matrix (printing), a mold for casting letters.
- Matrix (record production), also known as the "master", a disc used in the production of gramophone records.
- Matrix decoder, a technology for converting audio channels.
- Matrix mixer, a device for routing multiple audio signals to multiple destinations.
- Diode matrix, a two-dimensional grid of intersecting diodes.
- Keyboard matrix circuit, a wire grid for determining which key has been pressed on a keyboard.
- Hyundai Matrix, otherwise known as the Hyundai Lavita, a multi-purpose road vehicle sold in Europe and Southeast Asia.
- PA-46R-350T Matrix, a light-aircraft model manufactured by Piper Aircraft.
- Toyota Matrix, a compact hatchback sold in North America.
- MATRIX (Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange), a database of U.S. citizens.
- Matrixing, a type of pareidolia.
- The Matrix Theatre Company, a Los Angeles, California theatre company.
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