Aggregate

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Aggregate or aggregates may refer to:

Computing and mathematics[edit]

Economics[edit]

  • Aggregate demand, the total demand for final goods and services during a specific time period in an economy
  • Aggregate income, the total of all incomes in an economy without adjustments for inflation, taxation, or types of double counting
  • Aggregate expenditure, a measure of national income
  • Aggregate Spend (US), a process to monitor the total amount spent by healthcare manufacturers on individual healthcare professionals and organizations through payments and gifts of various kinds
  • Aggregate supply, the total supply of goods and services produced during a specific time period in an economy

Religion[edit]

  • Aggregate (Sanskrit, skandha; Pāli, khandha), in Buddhism, a category of sensory experiences
  • Aggregates, in some Christian churches, are combinations of groupings of multiples of canonical hours (i.e., offices) that form a single religious service

Science[edit]

Biology[edit]

  • Aggregate fruit, in botanical terminology, fruit that develops from the merging of ovaries originating from a single flower
  • Aggregate species (Wiktionary) or Species aggregate, a named species representing a range of very closely related organisms

Materials science[edit]

  • Aggregate (composite), in materials science, a component of a composite material that resists compressive stress
  • Construction aggregate, materials used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, or recycled crushed concrete

Other uses in science[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Aggregate, in music, is a set of all twelve pitch classes, also known as the total chromatic
  • The Aggregate, a 1988 album by Anthony Braxton and the Rova saxophone Quartet

Other uses[edit]

  • Aggregate, in the social sciences, a gathering of people into a cluster or a crowd that does not form a true social group
  • Aggregate Industries, a manufacturer of aggregate materials
  • Aggregate score, in sport, is the sum of two scorelines in a two-legged match

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