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Periodicity or periodic may refer to:
- Periodic function, a function whose output contains values that repeat periodically
- Periodic mapping
- Bott periodicity, a modulo-8 recurrence relation in the homotopy groups of classical groups
- Quasiperiodicity, property of a system that displays irregular periodicity
- Periodogram, a method of spectral density estimation
In the physical sciences
- Periodic trends, relative characteristics of chemical elements observed
- Redshift periodicity, astronomical term for redshift quantization
- Principle of periodicity, in generally accepted accounting principles
- Fokker periodicity blocks, which mathematically relate musical intervals
- Period (music), groups of phrases consisting usually of at least one antecedent phrase and one consequent phrase
- Aperiodic (disambiguation)
- Period (disambiguation)
- Cycle (disambiguation)
- Frequency (disambiguation)
- Seasonality, periodic variation, or periodic fluctuations
- Simultaneity (disambiguation)
- Synchronicity, experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated occurring together in a meaningful manner
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