Locus

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locus (plural loci) is Latin for "place". It may refer to:

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  • Locus (mathematics), the set of points satisfying a particular condition, often forming a curve
  • LOCUS (operating system), a distributed OS developed at UCLA, notable for single-system image idea
  • Locus Computing Corporation (1982–1995), commercialized the LOCUS distributed operating system developed at UCLA
  • Locus Technologies (1997), an environmental software company that organizes data via the Internet
  • Root locus, a diagram visualizing the position of roots as a parameter changes
  • Wang LOCI (Logarithmic Computing Instrument) an early scientific calculator by Wang

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