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A polygon is a geometric figure.
Polygon may also refer to:
Mathematics and computing
- Simple polygon, a single contiguous closed region, the more common usage of "polygon"
- Star polygon, a star-like polygon
- Polygon (computer graphics), a representation of a polygon in computer graphics
- Polygon Books, an imprint of Birlinn Limited
- Polygon Pictures, Japanese 3DCG anime studio
- Polygon Records, a 1950s record company
- Polygon (website), a video game news network
- Semipalatinsk Test Site, a nuclear test site near Semey, Kazakhstan
- The Polygon, Southampton, a district in the city of Southampton
- Polygon Wood, Zonnebeke, Belgium, site of the Battle of Passchendaele in World War I
- POLYGON, an electronic warfare tactics range between Germany and France
- POLYGON experiment, an experiment in physical oceanography which established the existence of mesoscale eddies
- Polygon, a Danish magazine (pencil and paper) version of the strategy board game Hex
- Polygons, a type of patterned ground created by permafrost expanding and contracting
- Polygon, a chemical compound also known as sodium triphosphate
- Polygon (film) a 1977 Soviet animation film
- Polygon Man, the former mascot for the Sony PlayStation in North America
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