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Tableau (French for 'little table' literally, also used to mean 'picture'; pl. tableaux or, rarely, tableaus) may refer to:
- Tableau, more properly tableau vivant, motionless performance in theatre evoking a painting or sculpture; or a painting or photograph evoking such a theatrical scene rather than a more naturalistic depiction
- Tableau, in opera, ballet, and some other dramatic forms, another word for scene
- Tableau, a series of four paintings by Piet Mondrian titled Tableau I through Tableau IV
- Tableau (solitaire), a specific solitaire card game
- Tableaux, stacks of playing cards in which gameplay (varying by the specific type of solitaire) occurs; see solitaire terminology
- Logic, mathematics, and sciences
- Analytic tableaux (also, semantic tableau, or truth tree), a technique of automated theorem proving in logic
- Tableau, another term for a table of data, particularly:
- Young tableau, a combinatorial object built on partition diagrams
- Organizations and businesses
- Tableau économique, 18th century model showing interdependence of different economic classes1.
- Table (disambiguation)
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