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Continuity or continuous may refer to:
- Continuity (mathematics), the opposing concept to discreteness; common examples include
- Continuous function; in particular:
- Continuity theorem may refer to one of two results:
- In geometry:
- Continuity equations applicable to conservation of mass, energy, momentum, electric charge and other conserved quantities
- Continuity test for an unbroken electrical path in an electronic circuit or connector
- In materials science:
- Continuity of Operations Plan, a United States Federal initiative to ensure that agencies are able to continue performance of essential functions under a broad range of circumstances
- Continuity (fiction), the consistency of the characteristics of persons, plot, objects, places and events seen by the reader or viewer
- Continuity editing, a film editing technique used to create logical coherence between shots
- Continuity supervisor or script supervisor, a member of a film crew responsible for maintaining continuity of the motion picture
- Continuity (broadcasting), messages (other than advertisements) played by broadcasters between programs.
- Health care continuity
- In ethnography and ethnic nationalism, ethnic continuity or indigenism
- Continuous aspect, a verb form that expresses incomplete action
- Continuity (Apple), a set of features introduced by Apple with Mac OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 to allow seamless interoperability between the two operating systems
- Continuity Irish Republican Army, Irish Republican paramilitary group.
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