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Convergence may refer to:
Computing and technology
- Convergence (evolutionary computing), a means of modeling the tendency for genetic characteristics of populations to stabilize over time
- Convergence (routing), the status of a set of routers having the same knowledge of the surrounding network topology
- Convergence (SSL), a distributed replacement for the CA system used by Secure Sockets Layer
- Convergence (telecommunications), the combination of multiple services through lines of telecommunication from a single provider
- Technological convergence, the tendency for different technological systems to evolve toward performing similar tasks
- Convergence (economics), a possible phenomenon also known as the Catch-up effect
- Convergence (accounting), the goal of and work towards establishing a single set of accounting standards that will be used internationally
- Digital convergence, the convergence of the information technology, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and entertainment industries into digital media conglomerates
- Convergence (goth festival), the annual net.goth party
- CONvergence (convention), a speculative fiction convention in Minnesota
- Convergence (Net-25 program), an I.T. Show on NET25 in the Philippines
- Convergence (ABC convention), an annual gathering of gay men of size and their admirers in North America
- Convergence Festival, an annual sustainable living festival in Ireland
- Convergence (book series), edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen
- Convergence (novel), by Charles Sheffield
- Convergence (comics), the name for two separate events published by DC Comics:
- A 4-part crossover storyline that united the four Weirdoverse titles in 1997.
- A 2015 crossover storyline spanning the DC comics multiverse.
- Convergence (logic), the property that different transformations of the same state have a transformation to the same end state
- Convergence (mathematics), the process of some functions and sequences approaching a limit under certain conditions
- Convergence of random variables, different forms of stochastic convergence
- A property of dynamical systems studied in stability theory
- Convergence (David Arkenstone and David Lanz album), 1996
- Convergence (Dave Douglas album), 1999
- Convergence (Front Line Assembly album)
- Convergent boundary, the movement of two tectonic plates coming closer
- Convergent evolution, the acquisition of the same biological trait in unrelated lineages
- Convergence (eye), simultaneous inward movement of eyes toward each other
- Convergence (sustainability science), progress towards equity within biological planetary limits in sustainability science
- Convergence of evidence
- Convergence zone, a region in the atmosphere where two prevailing flows meet and interact.
- Convergence zones of sonars, see Sonar.
- For multiple gun convergence, see Gun harmonisation.
- Convergence (Guatemala), a political party in Guatemala
- Convergence (Mexico), a political party in Mexico
- Convergence (relationship), the tendency to become more alike as a relationship progresses
- Convergence (New Jersey), an office campus in Whippany, New Jersey
- Convergence (painting), a 1952 oil painting by Jackson Pollock
- Convergence (journal), an academic journal that covers the fields of communications and media
- Language convergence, the tendency of languages whose speaker communities overlap significantly to influence each other and become more similar as a result
- Convergence (Christianity), a movement or trend within the theology and/or practice of Christianity
- Convergence (Interpersonal Communications) Matching one's speech style or pattern to another person or group in order to aid being understood and/or accepted by that other person or group.
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