Convergence

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Convergence may refer to:

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Other uses in science and technology[edit]

  • Convergence (economics), a possible phenomenon also known as the Catch-up effect
  • Language convergence, the tendency of languages whose speaker communities overlap significantly to influence each other and become more similar as a result
  • Technological convergence, the tendency for different technological systems to evolve toward performing similar tasks
  • Convergence of evidence, or consilience, the principle that evidence from independent sources can "converge" to strong conclusions
  • Convergent boundary, the movement of two tectonic plates coming closer
  • Convergence zone, a region in the atmosphere where two prevailing flows meet and interact
  • Convergence zones of sonars; see Sonar
  • Gun harmonisation, also called multiple gun convergence

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