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Demarcation is the act of creating a boundary around a place or thing.

Demarcation may also refer to:

  • Demarcation line, a temporary border between the countries
  • Demarcation problem, the question of which practices of doing science permit the resulting theories to lie within the boundaries of knowledge
  • Demarcation dispute, may arise when two different trade unions both claim the right to represent the same class or group of workers
  • Demarcation point, in telephony, the point at which the telephone company network ends and connects with the wiring at the customer premises
  • Demarcation transactions, starting and ending database transactions using begin, commit, and rollback methods