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Decoupling usually refers to the ending, removal or reverse of coupling.
More specifically, decoupling may refer to:
- Decoupling (advertising), the purchase of services directly from suppliers rather than via an advertising agency
- Decoupling (utility regulation), the disassociation of a utility's profits from its sales
- Decoupling and re-coupling in economics and organizational studies
- Decoupling (organizational studies), creating and maintaining separation between policy, implementation and/or practice
- Decoupling (cosmology), the transition from close interactions between particles to their effective independence
- Decoupling (meteorology), a change in the interaction between atmospheric layers at night
- Decoupling (neuropsychopharmacology), changes in neurochemical binding sites as a consequence of drug tolerance
- Nuclear magnetic resonance decoupling
- Decoupling (probability), reduction of a statistic to an average derived from independent random-variable sequences
- Decoupling (electronics), the prevention of undesired energy transfer between electrical media
- Decoupling capacitor, the most common implementation technique
- The amelioration of coupling in computer programming
- Eco-economic decoupling, economic growth without apparent increase in environmental costs or demands
- the uncoupling of railroad/railway carriages or vehicles
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