CCD

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CCD may refer to:

Science and technology[edit]

Electronics and computing[edit]

  • Charge-coupled device, an electronic light sensor used in various devices including digital cameras
  • .ccd, the filename extension for CloneCD's CD image file
  • Closed captioning display, a technology for displaying text information embedded in video signals

Medicine[edit]

Other uses in science and technology[edit]

  • Carbonate compensation depth, a property of oceans
  • Colony collapse disorder, a phenomenon involving the abrupt disappearance of honey bees in a beehive or Western honey bee colony
  • centicandela (ccd), an SI unit of luminous intensity denoting one hundredth of a candela
  • Central composite design, an experimental design in response surface methodology for building a second order model for a response variable without a complete three-level factorial
  • Air-independent propulsion a.k.a. closed-cycle diesel engines, propulsion used on diesel submarines
  • Continuous collision detection, especially in rigid-body dynamics
  • Counter Current Decantation, an industrial Countercurrent exchange process, often used for separating mixtures.
  • Cryptocurrency Community Database , a storage method of any information relevant to the cryptocurrency world.

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