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Multiplicity may refer to:
In science and the humanities
- Multiplicity (mathematics), a mathematical concept
- Multiplicity (philosophy), a philosophical concept
- Multiplicity (psychology), having or using multiple personalities
- Multiplicity (chemistry), multiplicity in quantum chemistry is a function of angular spin momentum
- Multiplicity (software), a software application which allows a user to control two or more computers from one mouse and keyboard
- Multiplicity, a type of relationship in class diagrams for Unified Modeling Language used in software engineering
- Multiplicity, in statistical mechanics the number of microstates in a system, symbolized by the Greek letter Ω
- Statistical multiplicity, also known as the problem of multiple comparisons.
In the arts
- Multiplicity (film), a 1996 comedy film starring Michael Keaton
- Multiplicity (album), 2005 studio album by Dave Weckl
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