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CG, Cg or cg may refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Businesses and organizations[edit]


Military units[edit]

  • Ceremonial Guard, an ad hoc military unit in the Canadian Forces
  • Coast guard, a national organization responsible for various services at sea

Political parties[edit]

  • Galician Coalition, a Galician political party with a Galician nationalist and centrist ideology
  • Galician Convergence, a Galician political party with a moderate nationalist ideology, which describes itself as centrist, socially progressive and economically liberal

Other organizations[edit]

  • Common Ground (NYC), a non-profit that builds and runs supportive housing in New York City and elsewhere
  • Community Games, an Irish voluntary organisation for young people to experience sporting and cultural activities

Mathematics, science, and technology[edit]

Mathematics and computing[edit]

  • Cg (programming language), developed by NVIDIA
  • Categorial grammar, a term used for a family of formalisms in natural language syntax
  • Character generator, a device or software that produces static or animated text (such as crawls and rolls) for keying into a video stream for broadcast television
  • Computational geometry, the study of algorithms to solve problems stated in terms of geometry
  • Computer graphics, graphics created using computers and, more generally, the representation and manipulation of image data by a computer with help from specialized software and hardware
  • Conceptual graph, a formalism for knowledge representation
  • Conjugate gradient method, an algorithm for the numerical solution of particular systems of linear equations
  • Constraint Grammar, a methodological paradigm for natural language processing
  • Coherency Granule, usually the size of a CPU cache line
  • Clock gating, a way to lower clock tree power in an integrated circuit

Other uses in science and technology[edit]


Ranks and titles[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Complete game, in baseball, the act of a pitcher pitching an entire game without the benefit of a relief pitcher
  • Corporate Governance, a system of law and approaches by which corporations are directed and controlled

See also[edit]