Gradation

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Gradation may refer to:

  • Gradation (music), gradual change within one parameter, or an overlapping of two blocks of sound
  • Gradation (album), 1988 pop album by Shizuka Kudo
  • Gradation (art), visual technique of gradually transitioning from one colour or texture to another
  • Consonant gradation, mutation in which consonant sounds alternate between various "grades"
  • Apophony or vowel gradation, sound change within a word that indicates grammatical information
  • Calibration, comparison of measurement values of a device with a standard of known accuracy
  • Production of a graded algebra

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