CG

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CG, Cg or cg may stand for:

Organizations[edit]

Computing[edit]

  • CG artwork, a digitally made artwork, digital effects, or simply hand drawn art saved on a computer
  • Cg (programming language), developed by NVIDIA
  • 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
  • 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
  • Coherency Granule - usually the size of a CPU cache line
  • Clock gating - a way to lower clock tree power in an integrated circuit
  • .cg, the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the Republic of the Congo.

Entertainment and gaming[edit]

Military[edit]

Places[edit]

Science and mathematics[edit]

Political Parties[edit]

  • Galician Coalition, Galician political party with a Galician nationalist and centrist ideology.
  • Galician Convergence, Galician political party with a moderate nationalist ideology, and which describes itself as centrist, socially progressive and economically liberal, europeanist, interclasisist and confederalist.
  • Centristas de Galicia (CxG) was a Galician politician party centrist and conservative ideology from 1985 and 1991.

Other[edit]

  • Categorial grammar, a term used for a family of formalisms in natural language syntax
  • Constraint Grammar, a methodological paradigm for Natural language processing
  • cork grease, a lip balm-like grease for woodwind and reed instruments such as saxophones, clarinets, and oboes
  • Phosgene (military designation), a chemical weapon during World War I
  • Corporate Governance, a system of law and sound approaches by which corporations are directed and controlled
  • Condé, Gérard – catalogue of compositions by Charles Gounod (2009)

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