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Assembly may refer to:

Organisations and meetings[edit]

Science, technology and manufacturing[edit]

  • Assembly, the act of combining components in manufacturing, or the resulting assemblage
  • Assembly modelling, technology and methods used by computer-aided design and product visualization software
  • Assembly line, a manufacturing process in which parts are added to a product in a sequential manner
  • Self-assembly, a process in which disordered components form an organized structure without external direction
  • Sequence assembly, a process to reconstruct a long DNA sequence from numerous fragments
  • Assembly rules, set of controversial rules in ecology proposed by Jared Diamond to explain species community composition
  • Assembly of a virion (Virology)


  • Assembly language, a programming language providing symbolic representation of machine code
  • Assembly (programming), a runtime unit of types and resources with the same version
  • Assembly (CLI), an XML wrapper around a compiled code library (the XML-wrapped-library itself is also sometimes referred to as an assembly) used for deployment, versioning, and security
  • Assembly (demo party), an annual computer event in Finland

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