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Thomas Carlyle (4 December 1795 5 February 1881) was a British historian, satirical writer, essayist, translator, philosopher, mathematician, and teacher. In his book On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History (1841), he argued that the actions of the "Great Man" play a key role in history, claiming that "the history of the world is but the biography of great men". Other major works include The French Revolution: A History, 3 vols (1837) and The History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great, 6 vols (185865). A respected historian, his 1837 The French Revolution was the inspiration for Charles Dickens' 1859 novel A Tale of Two Cities, and remains popular today. Carlyle's 1836 Sartor Resartus is a notable philosophical novel. A great polemicist, Carlyle coined the term "the dismal science" for economics, in his essay "Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question," which remains controversial. He also wrote articles for the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. Once a Christian, Carlyle lost his faith while attending the University of Edinburgh, later adopting a form of deism. In mathematics, he is known for the Carlyle circle, a method used in quadratic equations and for developing ruler-and-compass constructions of regular polygons.

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1:History of the world is but the biography of great men.
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2:Blessed is he who has found his work; let him ask no other blessedness.
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3:What we become depends on what we read after all of the professors have finished with us. The greatest university of all is a collection of books. ~ Thomas Carlyle,
4:For, as I take it, Universal History, the history of what man has accomplished in this world, is at bottom the History of the great Men who have worked here. They were the leaders of men, these great ones; the modellers, patterns, and in a wide sense creators, of whatsoever the general mass of men contrived to do or attain; all things that we see standing accomplished in the world are properly the outer material result, the practical realisation and embodiment, of Thoughts that dwelt in the great Men sent into the world: the soul of the world's history, it may justly be considered, were the history of these.
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1:Nature admits no lie. ~ Thomas Carlyle
2:Rest is for the dead. ~ Thomas Carlyle
3:All true work is sacred. ~ Thomas Carlyle
4:Be not a slave of words. ~ Thomas Carlyle
5:Laughter means sympathy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
6:No pressure, no diamonds ~ Thomas Carlyle
7:The devil has his elect. ~ Thomas Carlyle
8:Debt is a bottomless sea. ~ Thomas Carlyle
9:No pressure, no diamonds. ~ Thomas Carlyle
10:The end of man is action. ~ Thomas Carlyle
11:History is the new poetry. ~ Thomas Carlyle
12:Man is a tool-using animal. ~ Thomas Carlyle
13:No violent extreme endures. ~ Thomas Carlyle
14:I want to meet my God awake. ~ Thomas Carlyle
15:Love not Pleasure; love God. ~ Thomas Carlyle
16:The king is the man who can. ~ Thomas Carlyle
17:A noble book! all men's book! ~ Thomas Carlyle
18:History is a great dust heap. ~ Thomas Carlyle
19:Fame is no sure test of merit. ~ Thomas Carlyle
20:Leaders: Captains of industry. ~ Thomas Carlyle
21:Society is founded upon Cloth. ~ Thomas Carlyle
22:Song is the heroics of speech. ~ Thomas Carlyle
23:The actual well seen is ideal. ~ Thomas Carlyle
24:the worst waste, that of time. ~ Thomas Carlyle
25:Thirty millions, mostly fools. ~ Thomas Carlyle
26:A man's perfection is his work. ~ Thomas Carlyle
27:Is not light grander than fire? ~ Thomas Carlyle
28:Wonder is the basis of worship. ~ Thomas Carlyle
29:Worship is transcendent wonder. ~ Thomas Carlyle
30:History: A distillation of rumor. ~ Thomas Carlyle
31:The archenemy is the arch stupid! ~ Thomas Carlyle
32:A man perfects himself by working. ~ Thomas Carlyle
33:Necessity dispenseth with decorum. ~ Thomas Carlyle
34:Thought is the parent of the deed. ~ Thomas Carlyle
35:All great peoples are conservative. ~ Thomas Carlyle
36:A man lives by believing something. ~ Thomas Carlyle
37:Biography is the only true history. ~ Thomas Carlyle
38:Close thy Byron ; open thy Goethe . ~ Thomas Carlyle
39:Custom doth make dotards of us all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
40:Endurance is patience concentrated. ~ Thomas Carlyle
41:Lies exist only to be extinguished. ~ Thomas Carlyle
42:Silence is the eternal duty of man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
43:Society is founded on hero-worship. ~ Thomas Carlyle
44:The mathematics of high achievement ~ Thomas Carlyle
45:Time has only a relative existence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
46:Silence is more eloquent than words. ~ Thomas Carlyle
47:Speech is silver, silence is golden. ~ Thomas Carlyle
48:The age of miracles is forever here. ~ Thomas Carlyle
49:Variety is the condition of harmony. ~ Thomas Carlyle
50:Violence does even justice unjustly. ~ Thomas Carlyle
51:History after all is the true poetry. ~ Thomas Carlyle
52:Let Time and Chance combine, combine! ~ Thomas Carlyle
53:The great soul of this world is just. ~ Thomas Carlyle
54:Earnestness alone makes life eternity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
55:. . . everywhere a good and a bad book ~ Thomas Carlyle
56:History is the distillation of rumour. ~ Thomas Carlyle
57:Rare benevolence, the minister of God. ~ Thomas Carlyle
58:Caution is the lower story of prudence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
59:See deep enough, and you see musically. ~ Thomas Carlyle
60:Affectation is the product of falsehood. ~ Thomas Carlyle
61:Every noble work is at first impossible. ~ Thomas Carlyle
62:Habit is the deepest law of human nature ~ Thomas Carlyle
63:My books are friends that never fail me. ~ Thomas Carlyle
64:Speech is great, but silence is greater. ~ Thomas Carlyle
65:The genuine essence of truth never dies. ~ Thomas Carlyle
66:Thought will not work except in silence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
67:A fair day's wages for a fair day's work. ~ Thomas Carlyle
68:All comes out even at the end of the day. ~ Thomas Carlyle
69:In idleness there is a perpetual despair. ~ Thomas Carlyle
70:Reform, like charity, must begin at home. ~ Thomas Carlyle
71:The Highest Being reveals himself in man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
72:Eyes bright, with many tears, behind them. ~ Thomas Carlyle
73:In a certain sense all men are historians. ~ Thomas Carlyle
74:Infinite is the help man can yield to man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
75:Of all God's creatures, Man alone is poor. ~ Thomas Carlyle
76:Oh, give us the man who sings at his work. ~ Thomas Carlyle
77:Speech is of Time, Silence is of Eternity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
78:Speech is of time, silence is of eternity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
79:The sincere alone can recognize sincerity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
80:Without kindness there can be no true joy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
81:All history . . . is an inarticulate Bible. ~ Thomas Carlyle
82:He that has done nothing has known nothing. ~ Thomas Carlyle
83:know a Work of Art from a Daub of Artifice) ~ Thomas Carlyle
84:No age seemed the age of romance to itself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
85:The universe is but one vast Symbol of God. ~ Thomas Carlyle
86:Books are a triviality. Life alone is great. ~ Thomas Carlyle
87:Creation is great, and cannot be understood. ~ Thomas Carlyle
88:Every man has a coward and hero in his soul. ~ Thomas Carlyle
89:Literature is the thought of thinking souls. ~ Thomas Carlyle
90:No ghost was every seen by two pair of eyes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
91:Not one false man but doth uncountable evil. ~ Thomas Carlyle
92:The press is the fourth estate of the realm. ~ Thomas Carlyle
93:The purpose of man is in action not thought. ~ Thomas Carlyle
94:There are remedies for all things but death. ~ Thomas Carlyle
95:Weak eyes are fondest of glittering objects. ~ Thomas Carlyle
96:A Fourth Estate, of Able Editors, springs up. ~ Thomas Carlyle
97:Histories are a kind of distilled newspapers. ~ Thomas Carlyle
98:History is philosophy teaching by experience. ~ Thomas Carlyle
99:Man is emphatically a proselytizing creature. ~ Thomas Carlyle
100:Music is well said to be the speech of angels ~ Thomas Carlyle
101:Not what I have, but what I do is my kingdom. ~ Thomas Carlyle
102:Properly speaking, all true work is religion. ~ Thomas Carlyle
103:Respectable Professors of the Dismal Science. ~ Thomas Carlyle
104:The eye sees what it brings the power to see. ~ Thomas Carlyle
105:The fearful unbelief is unbelief in yourself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
106:The spiritual is the parent of the practical. ~ Thomas Carlyle
107:Wondrous indeed is the virtue of a true Book. ~ Thomas Carlyle
108:In books lies the soul fo the whole past time. ~ Thomas Carlyle
109:Music is well said to be the speech of angels. ~ Thomas Carlyle
110:The greatest fault is to be conscious of none. ~ Thomas Carlyle
111:A thought once awakened does not again slumber. ~ Thomas Carlyle
112:Clever men are good, but they are not the best. ~ Thomas Carlyle
113:In every object there is inexhaustible meaning. ~ Thomas Carlyle
114:No person is important enough to make me angry. ~ Thomas Carlyle
115:The first duty of man is that of subduing fear. ~ Thomas Carlyle
116:To a shower of gold most things are penetrable. ~ Thomas Carlyle
117:Fire is the best of servants, but what a master! ~ Thomas Carlyle
118:Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains. ~ Thomas Carlyle
119:One monster there is in the world, the idle man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
120:Poetry, therefore, we will call Musical Thought. ~ Thomas Carlyle
121:The whole past is the procession of the present. ~ Thomas Carlyle
122:The whole universe is but a huge Symbol of god". ~ Thomas Carlyle
123:A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. ~ Thomas Carlyle
124:A vein of poetry exists in the hearts of all men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
125:France was long a despotism tempered by epigrams. ~ Thomas Carlyle
126:He that can work is born to be king of something. ~ Thomas Carlyle
127:No man is born without ambitious worldly desires. ~ Thomas Carlyle
128:Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
129:The coldest word was once a glowing new metaphor. ~ Thomas Carlyle
130:The greatest university is a collection of books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
131:A good book is the purest essence of a human soul. ~ Thomas Carlyle
132:History is the essence of innumerable biographies. ~ Thomas Carlyle
133:The barrenest of all mortals is the sentimentalist ~ Thomas Carlyle
134:The deadliest sin were the consciousness of no sin ~ Thomas Carlyle
135:The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none. ~ Thomas Carlyle
136:The real use of gunpowder is to make all men tall. ~ Thomas Carlyle
137:Cash-payment is not the sole nexus of man with man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
138:Ceea ce devenim depinde in mare masura de ce citim. ~ Thomas Carlyle
139:It is a vain hope to make people happy by politics. ~ Thomas Carlyle
140:Labor, wide as the earth, has its summit in heaven. ~ Thomas Carlyle
141:The barrenest of all mortals is the sentimentalist. ~ Thomas Carlyle
142:The soul gives unity to what it looks at with love. ~ Thomas Carlyle
143:They only are wise who know that they know nothing. ~ Thomas Carlyle
144:All reform except a moral one will prove unavailing. ~ Thomas Carlyle
145:Isolation is the sum total of wretchedness to a man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
146:Stop a moment, cease your work, and look around you. ~ Thomas Carlyle
147:The greatest of to be conscious of none. ~ Thomas Carlyle
148:The public is anold woman.Let her maunderand mumble. ~ Thomas Carlyle
149:Virtue is like health: the harmony of the whole man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
150:We looked out on Life, with its strange scaffolding, ~ Thomas Carlyle
151:Acorns are planted silently by some unnoticed breeze. ~ Thomas Carlyle
152:A man without a goal is like a ship without a rudder. ~ Thomas Carlyle
153:He who has no vision of eternity has no hold on time. ~ Thomas Carlyle
154:How great a Possibility, how small a realized Result. ~ Thomas Carlyle
155:The greatest mistake is to imagine that we never err. ~ Thomas Carlyle
156:Най-голямата грешка е да мислиш, че никога не грешиш. ~ Thomas Carlyle
157:A collection of books is the best of all universities. ~ Thomas Carlyle
158:Doubt of any kind cannot be resolved except by action. ~ Thomas Carlyle
159:Doubt, of whatever kind, can be ended by action alone. ~ Thomas Carlyle
160:Every man is my superior in that I may learn from him. ~ Thomas Carlyle
161:No man sees far, most see no farther than their noses. ~ Thomas Carlyle
162:Tell a man he is brave, and you help him to become so. ~ Thomas Carlyle
163:The Present is the living sum-total of the whole Past. ~ Thomas Carlyle
164:Feel it in thy heart and then say whether it is of God! ~ Thomas Carlyle
165:Just in ratio as knowledge increases, faith diminishes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
166:Just in the ratio knowledge increases, faith decreases. ~ Thomas Carlyle
167:Life is a series of lessons that have to be understood. ~ Thomas Carlyle
168:Nature alone is antique, and the oldest art a mushroom. ~ Thomas Carlyle
169:Nothing is more terrible than activity without insight. ~ Thomas Carlyle
170:Silence is deep as Eternity, speech is shallow as Time. ~ Thomas Carlyle
171:Una vez despertado el pensamiento no vuelve a dormitar. ~ Thomas Carlyle
172:With stupidity and sound digestion, man may front much. ~ Thomas Carlyle
173:A well-written life is almost as rare as one well-spent. ~ Thomas Carlyle
174:If what you have done is unjust, you have not succeeded. ~ Thomas Carlyle
175:Look to be treated by others as you have treated others. ~ Thomas Carlyle
176:Self-contemplation is infallibly the symptom of disease. ~ Thomas Carlyle
177:The greatest university of all is a collection of books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
178:The mystical bond of brotherhood makes all men brothers. ~ Thomas Carlyle
179:The world is a republic of mediocrities, and always was. ~ Thomas Carlyle
180:What you see, but can't see over is as good as infinite. ~ Thomas Carlyle
181:All greatness is unconscious, or it is little and naught. ~ Thomas Carlyle
182:A strong mind always hopes, and has always cause to hope. ~ Thomas Carlyle
183:Happy the People whose Annals are blank in History Books! ~ Thomas Carlyle
184:Happy the people whose annals are blank in history books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
185:Let each become all that he was created capable of being. ~ Thomas Carlyle
186:Men do less than they ought, unless they do all they can. ~ Thomas Carlyle
187:One life - a little gleam of Time between two Eternities. ~ Thomas Carlyle
188:Reality, if rightly interpreted, is grander than fiction. ~ Thomas Carlyle
189:Silence is as deep as eternity, speech a shallow as time. ~ Thomas Carlyle
190:Tell a person they are brave and you help them become so. ~ Thomas Carlyle
191:The first sin in our universe was Lucifer's self conceit. ~ Thomas Carlyle
192:The history of the world is but a biography of great men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
193:The merit of originality is not novelty; it is sincerity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
194:What is philosophy but a continual battle against custom? ~ Thomas Carlyle
195:A well-written life is almost as rare as a well-spent one. ~ Thomas Carlyle
196:God Almighty never created a man half as wise as he looks. ~ Thomas Carlyle
197:History of the world is but the biography of great men.
   ~ Thomas Carlyle,
198:Is not every meanest day the confluence of two eternities? ~ Thomas Carlyle
199:It is the heart always that sees, before the head can see. ~ Thomas Carlyle
200:My whinstone house my castle is, I have my own four walls. ~ Thomas Carlyle
201:Only the person of worth can recognize the worth in others. ~ Thomas Carlyle
202:Quackery gives birth to nothing; gives death to all things. ~ Thomas Carlyle
203:The dust of controversy is merely the falsehood flying off. ~ Thomas Carlyle
204:The goal of yesterday will be our starting-point to-morrow. ~ Thomas Carlyle
205:The Ideal is in thyself, the impediments too is in thyself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
206:The true University of these days is a Collection of Books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
207:The true university of these days is a collection of books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
208:A witty statesman said, you might prove anything by figures. ~ Thomas Carlyle
209:Coining "Dismal Science" as a nickname for Political Economy ~ Thomas Carlyle
210:Conviction is worthless unless it is converted into conduct. ~ Thomas Carlyle
211:Intellect is the soul of man, the only immortal part of him. ~ Thomas Carlyle
212:Love is ever the beginning of knowledge as fire is of light. ~ Thomas Carlyle
213:Nature, after all, is still the grand agent in making poets. ~ Thomas Carlyle
214:One is hardly sensible of fatigue while he marches to music. ~ Thomas Carlyle
215:The latest gospel in this world is, know thy work and do it. ~ Thomas Carlyle
216:The past is always attractive because it is drained of fear. ~ Thomas Carlyle
217:There is endless merit in a man's knowing when to have done. ~ Thomas Carlyle
218:There is something in man which your science cannot satisfy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
219:Worship of a hero is transcendent admiration of a great man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
220:Adversity is the diamond dust Heaven polishes its jewels with ~ Thomas Carlyle
221:Egotism is the source and summary of all faults and miseries. ~ Thomas Carlyle
222:I had a lifelong quarrel with God, but in the end we made up. ~ Thomas Carlyle
223:Know what thou canst work at, and work at it like a Hercules. ~ Thomas Carlyle
224:No amount of ability is of the slightest avail without honor. ~ Thomas Carlyle
225:Not what I Have," continues he, "but what I Do is my Kingdom. ~ Thomas Carlyle
226:O poor mortals, how ye make this earth bitter for each other. ~ Thomas Carlyle
227:To men in their sleep there is nothing granted in this world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
228:Writing is a dreadful labor, yet not so dreadful as Idleness. ~ Thomas Carlyle
229:Adversity is the diamond dust Heaven polishes its jewels with. ~ Thomas Carlyle
230:A great man shows his greatness by the way he treats little me ~ Thomas Carlyle
231:All work, even cotton-spinning, is noble; work is alone noble. ~ Thomas Carlyle
232:Hunger whets everything, especially Suspicion and Indignation. ~ Thomas Carlyle
233:Laughter is the cipher key wherewith we decipher the whole man ~ Thomas Carlyle
234:Metaphysics is the attempt of the mind to rise above the mind. ~ Thomas Carlyle
235:The true eye for talent presupposes the true reverence for it. ~ Thomas Carlyle
236:A man--be the heavens ever praised!--is sufficient for himself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
237:Faith is loyalty to some inspired teacher, some spiritual hero. ~ Thomas Carlyle
238:The Present is the living sum-total of the whole Past. THOMAS CARLYLE ~ J D Robb
239:A frightful dialect for the stupid, the pedant and dullard sort. ~ Thomas Carlyle
240:A great man shows his greatness by the way he treats little men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
241:He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything ~ Thomas Carlyle
242:It is the feeling of injustice that is insupportable to all men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
243:Love is the only game that is not called on account of darkness. ~ Thomas Carlyle
244:Silence is the element in which great things fashion themselves. ~ Thomas Carlyle
245:Skepticism means, not intellectual doubt alone, but moral doubt. ~ Thomas Carlyle
246:The All of Things is an infinite conjugation of the verb To do . ~ Thomas Carlyle
247:The eternal stars shine out again, so soon as it is dark enough. ~ Thomas Carlyle
248:To the vulgar eye, few things are wonderful that are not distant ~ Thomas Carlyle
249:Whose school-hours are all the days and nights of our existence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
250:Experience of actual fact either teaches fools or abolishes them. ~ Thomas Carlyle
251:He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything. ~ Thomas Carlyle
252:If Hero means sincere man, why may not every one of us be a Hero? ~ Thomas Carlyle
253:It's a man's sincerity and depth of vision that makes him a poet. ~ Thomas Carlyle
254:Macaulay is well for awhile, but one wouldn't live under Niagara. ~ Thomas Carlyle
255:Out of the lowest depths there is a path to the loftiest heights. ~ Thomas Carlyle
256:The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none. ~ Thomas Carlyle
257:There is precious instruction to be got by finding we were wrong. ~ Thomas Carlyle
258:Heroes, it would seem, exist always and a certain worship of them. ~ Thomas Carlyle
259:I do not believe in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance. ~ Thomas Carlyle
260:I've got a great ambition to die of exhaustion rather than boredom. ~ Thomas Carlyle
261:Nothing builds self-esteem and self-confidence like accomplishment. ~ Thomas Carlyle
262:Show me the man you honor, and I will know what kind of man you are ~ Thomas Carlyle
263:The greatest security against sin is to be shocked at its presence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
264:The tragedy of life is not so much what we suffer but what we miss. ~ Thomas Carlyle
265:A man must indeed be a hero to appear such in the eyes of his valet. ~ Thomas Carlyle
266:A word spoken in season, at the right moment; is the mother of ages. ~ Thomas Carlyle
267:I grow daily to honor facts more and more, and theory less and less. ~ Thomas Carlyle
268:Naps are a way of traveling painlessly through time into the future. ~ Thomas Carlyle
269:Pin thy faith to no man's sleeve. Hast thou not two eyes of thy own? ~ Thomas Carlyle
270:Pin your faith to no ones sleeves, haven't you two eyes of your own. ~ Thomas Carlyle
271:Show me the man you honor, and I will know what kind of man you are. ~ Thomas Carlyle
272:That monstrous tuberosity of civilised life, the capital of England. ~ Thomas Carlyle
273:The battle that never ends is the battle of belief against disbelief ~ Thomas Carlyle
274:Well at ease are the Sleepers for whom Existence is a shallow Dream. ~ Thomas Carlyle
275:All work is as seed sown; it grows and spreads, and sows itself anew. ~ Thomas Carlyle
276:Science must have originated in the feeling that something was wrong. ~ Thomas Carlyle
277:We arc the miracle of miracles, the great inscrutable mystery of God. ~ Thomas Carlyle
278:What this country needs is a man who knows God other than by heresay. ~ Thomas Carlyle
279:Every new opinion, at its starting, is precisely in a minority of one. ~ Thomas Carlyle
280:Every noble crown is, and on Earth will forever be, a crown of thorns. ~ Thomas Carlyle
281:For suffering and enduring there is no remedy, but striving and doing. ~ Thomas Carlyle
282:If a man was great while living, he becomes tenfold greater when dead. ~ Thomas Carlyle
283:Money will buy money's worth; but the thing men call fame, what is it? ~ Thomas Carlyle
284:No good book, or good thing of any sort, shows its best face at first. ~ Thomas Carlyle
285:The times are very bad. Very well, you are there to make them better. ~ Thomas Carlyle
286:Blessed is he who has found his work; let him ask no other blessedness. ~ Thomas Carlyle
287:Eternity looks grander and kinder if time grow meaner and more hostile. ~ Thomas Carlyle
288:In every man's writings, the character of the writer must lie recorded. ~ Thomas Carlyle
289:Nine-tenths of the miseries and vices of mankind proceed from idleness. ~ Thomas Carlyle
290:Once turn to practice, error and truth will no longer consort together. ~ Thomas Carlyle
291:Thirty million, mostly fools.
[When asked the population of England] ~ Thomas Carlyle
292:Trust not the heart of that man for whom old clothes are not venerable. ~ Thomas Carlyle
293:Intellect is not speaking and logicising; it is seeing and ascertaining. ~ Thomas Carlyle
294:Out of Eternity the new day is born; Into Eternity at night will return. ~ Thomas Carlyle
295:Biography is the most universally pleasant and profitable of all reading. ~ Thomas Carlyle
296:Experience is the best of school masters, only the school fees are heavy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
297:He who would write heroic poems should make his whole life a heroic poem. ~ Thomas Carlyle
298:Humor has justly been regarded as the finest perfection of poetic genius. ~ Thomas Carlyle
299:I never heard tell of any clever man that came of entirely stupid people. ~ Thomas Carlyle
300:In every phenomenon the beginning remains always the most notable moment. ~ Thomas Carlyle
301:Poetry is the attempt which man makes to render his existence harmonious. ~ Thomas Carlyle
302:Silence is the element in which great things fashion themselves together. ~ Thomas Carlyle
303:Teach a parrot the terms 'supply and demand' and you've got an economist. ~ Thomas Carlyle
304:The greatest event for the world is the arrival of a new and wise person. ~ Thomas Carlyle
305:We have not the love of greatness, but the love of the love of greatness. ~ Thomas Carlyle
306:A false man found a religion? Why, a false man cannot build a brick house! ~ Thomas Carlyle
307:Blessed is he who has found his work; let him ask no other blessedness.
   ~ Thomas Carlyle,
308:Everywhere in life, the true question is not what we gain, but what we do. ~ Thomas Carlyle
309:I have no patience whatever with these gorilla damnifications of humanity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
310:Neither in tailoring nor in legislating does man proceed by mere accident. ~ Thomas Carlyle
311:Not brute force but only persuasion and faith are the kings of this world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
312:Parties on the back of Parties, at war with the world and with each other. ~ Thomas Carlyle
313:The crash of the whole solar and stellar systems could only kill you once. ~ Thomas Carlyle
314:Woe to him, . . . who has no court of appeal against the world's judgment. ~ Thomas Carlyle
315:And yet without labour there were no ease, no rest, so much as conceivable. ~ Thomas Carlyle
316:A well-written Life is almost as rare as a well-spent one. ~ Thomas Carlyle, Richter (1827).
317:'Genius' which means transcendent capacity of taking trouble, first of all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
318:Go as far as you can see; when you get there you'll be able to see farther. ~ Thomas Carlyle
319:If I had my way, the world would hear a pretty stern command - Exit Christ. ~ Thomas Carlyle
320:Such I hold to be the genuine use of Gunpowder: that it makes all men tall. ~ Thomas Carlyle
321:Teaching school is but another word for sure and not very slow destruction. ~ Thomas Carlyle
322:The best effect of any book is that it excites the reader to self activity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
323:The end of Man is an Action, and not a Thought, though it were the noblest? ~ Thomas Carlyle
324:There is so much data available to us, but most data won't help us succeed. ~ Thomas Carlyle
325:True friends, like ivy and the wall Both stand together, and together fall. ~ Thomas Carlyle
326:Μια καλή συλλογή καλών βιβλίων είναι το αληθινό πανεπιστήμιο της εποχής μας ~ Thomas Carlyle
327:Any the smallest alteration of my silent daily habits produces anarchy in me ~ Thomas Carlyle
328:Experience takes dreadfully high school-wages, but he teaches like no other. ~ Thomas Carlyle
329:Go as far as you can see; when you get there, you'll be able to see further. ~ Thomas Carlyle
330:Imagination is a poor matter when it has to part company with understanding. ~ Thomas Carlyle
331:Is not light grander than fire? It is the same element in a state of purity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
332:The thing is not only to avoid error, but to attain immense masses of truth. ~ Thomas Carlyle
333:War is a quarrel between two thieves too cowardly to fight their own battle. ~ Thomas Carlyle
334:Who is there that, in logical words, can express the effect music has on us? ~ Thomas Carlyle
335:Work earnestly at anything, you will by degrees learn to work at all things. ~ Thomas Carlyle
336:A man cannot make a pair of shoes rightly unless he do it in a devout manner. ~ Thomas Carlyle
337:Courtesy is the due of man to man; not of suit-of-clothes to suit-of-clothes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
338:Prayer is and remains always a native and deepest impulse of the soul of man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
339:Talk that does not end in any kind of action is better suppressed altogether. ~ Thomas Carlyle
340:The English are a dumb people. They can do great acts, but not describe them. ~ Thomas Carlyle
341:All evil is like a nightmare; the instant you stir under it, the evil is gone. ~ Thomas Carlyle
342:Do nothing, only keep agitating, debating; and things will destroy themselves. ~ Thomas Carlyle
343:He that has a secret should not only hide it, but hide that he has it to hide. ~ Thomas Carlyle
344:Man is a tool using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
345:Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
346:Originality is a thing we constantly clamour for, and constantly quarrel with. ~ Thomas Carlyle
347:The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but rather what they miss. ~ Thomas Carlyle
348:A person who is gifted sees the essential point and leaves the rest as surplus. ~ Thomas Carlyle
349:It is part of my creed that the only poetry is history, could we tell it right. ~ Thomas Carlyle
350:Secrecy is the element of all goodness; even virtue, even beauty is mysterious. ~ Thomas Carlyle
351:The outer passes away; the innermost is the same yesterday, today, and forever. ~ Thomas Carlyle
352:There are good and bad times, but our mood changes more often than our fortune. ~ Thomas Carlyle
353:Under all speech that is good for anything there lies a silence that is better. ~ Thomas Carlyle
354:All human things do require to have an ideal in them; to have some soul in them. ~ Thomas Carlyle
355:Dishonesty is the raw material not of quacks only, but also in great part dupes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
356:Do the duty which lies nearest to you, the second duty will then become clearer. ~ Thomas Carlyle
357:He is wise who can instruct us and assist us in the business of virtuous living. ~ Thomas Carlyle
358:I don't pretend to understand the Universe - it's a great deal bigger than I am. ~ Thomas Carlyle
359:Work is the grand cure of all the maladies and miseries that ever beset mankind. ~ Thomas Carlyle
360:Conviction never so excellent, is worthless until it coverts itself into conduct. ~ Thomas Carlyle
361:Let him who would move and convince others, be first moved and convinced himself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
362:The tragedy of life is not so much what
men suffer, but rather what they miss. ~ Thomas Carlyle
363:A man lives by believing something; not by debating and arguing about many things. ~ Thomas Carlyle
364:A man lives by believing something: not by debating and arguing about many things. ~ Thomas Carlyle
365:A true delineation of the smallest man is capable of interesting the greatest man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
366:Ever in the dullest existence there is a sheen either of Inspiration or of Madness ~ Thomas Carlyle
367:Produce! Produce! Were it but the pitifullest infinitesimal fraction of a Product, ~ Thomas Carlyle
368:The true Church of England, at this moment, lies in the Editors of the newspapers. ~ Thomas Carlyle
369:What unknown seas of feeling lie in man, and will from time to time break through! ~ Thomas Carlyle
370:Blessed be the God's voice; for it is true, and falsehoods have to cease before it! ~ Thomas Carlyle
371:For a hundred that can bear adversity, there is hardly one that can bear prosperity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
372:Heroism is the divine relation which, in all times, unites a great man to other men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
373:Lord Bacon could as easily have created the planets as he could have written Hamlet. ~ Thomas Carlyle
374:No man who has once heartily and wholly laughed can be altogether irreclaimably bad. ~ Thomas Carlyle
375:Not what you possess but what you do with what you have, determines your true worth. ~ Thomas Carlyle
376:To be true is manly, chivalrous, Christian; to be false is mean, cowardly, devilish. ~ Thomas Carlyle
377:Hero-worship exists, has existed, and will forever exist, universally, among mankind. ~ Thomas Carlyle
378:Narrative is linear, but action has breadth and depth as well as height and is solid. ~ Thomas Carlyle
379:There is no heroic poem in the world but is at bottom a biography, the life of a man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
380:There is often more spiritual force in a proverb than in whole philosophical systems. ~ Thomas Carlyle
381:Why tell me that a man is a fine speaker, if it is not the truth that he is speaking? ~ Thomas Carlyle
382:Laughter is one of the very privileges of reason, being confined to the human species. ~ Thomas Carlyle
383:Of a truth, men are mystically united: a mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one. ~ Thomas Carlyle
384:One must verify or expel his doubts, and convert them into the certainty of Yes or NO. ~ Thomas Carlyle
385:Roguery is thought by some to be cunning and laughable: it is neither; it is devilish. ~ Thomas Carlyle
386:The deepest depth of vulgarism is that of setting up money as the ark of the covenant. ~ Thomas Carlyle
387:The depth of our despair measures what capability and height of claim we have to hope. ~ Thomas Carlyle
388:Величие великого человека обнаруживается в том, как он обращается с маленькими людьми. ~ Thomas Carlyle
389:If you look deep enough you will see music; the heart of nature being everywhere music. ~ Thomas Carlyle
390:In every man's writings, the character of the writer must lie recorded. ~ Thomas Carlyle, Goethe (1828).
391:Man's earthly interests,'are all hooked and buttoned together, and held up, by Clothes. ~ Thomas Carlyle
392:No great man lives in vain. The history of the world is but the biography of great men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
393:The best effect of any book is that it excites the reader to self-activity. —THOMAS CARLYLE, ~ Anonymous
394:Thought, true labor of any kind, highest virtue itself, is it not the daughter of Pain? ~ Thomas Carlyle
395:A person usually has two reasons for doing something, a good reason and the real reason. ~ Thomas Carlyle
396:He who could foresee affairs three days in advance would be rich for thousands of years. ~ Thomas Carlyle
397:Histories are as perfect as the Historian is wise, and is gifted with an eye and a soul. ~ Thomas Carlyle
398:No sadder proof can be given by a man of his own littleness than disbelief in great men. ~ Thomas Carlyle
399:Pain was not given thee merely to be miserable under; learn from it, turn it to account. ~ Thomas Carlyle
400:Speech that leads not to action, still more that hinders it, is a nuisance on the earth. ~ Thomas Carlyle
401:The hell of these days is the fear of not getting along, especially of not making money. ~ Thomas Carlyle
402:The mystery of a person, indeed, is ever divine to him that has a sense for the godlike. ~ Thomas Carlyle
403:Ако книгата излиза от сърцето на човека, тя ще намери достъп до сърцата на другите хора. ~ Thomas Carlyle
404:Democracy, on this new occasion, finds all Kings conscious that they are but Play-actors. ~ Thomas Carlyle
405:Democracy will prevail when men believe the vote of Judas as good as that of Jesus Christ ~ Thomas Carlyle
406:Little other than a red tape Talking-machine, and unhappy Bag of Parliamentary Eloquence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
407:The courage we desire and prize is not the courage to die decently, but to live manfully. ~ Thomas Carlyle
408:The first duty of man is to conquer fear; he must get rid of it, he cannot act till then. ~ Thomas Carlyle
409:The past is all holy to us; the dead are all holy; even they that were wicked when alive. ~ Thomas Carlyle
410:The steam-engine I call fire-demon and great; but it is nothing to the invention of fire. ~ Thomas Carlyle
411:To the mean eye all things are trivial, as certainly as to the jaundiced they are yellow. ~ Thomas Carlyle
412:A force as of madness in the hands of reason has done all that was ever done in the world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
413:Democracy will prevail when men believe the vote of Judas as good as that of Jesus Christ. ~ Thomas Carlyle
414:I know so little about any history. How little do I know even about the history of myself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
415:Of all your troubles, great and small, the greatest are the ones that don't happen at all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
416:The old cathedrals are good, but the great blue dome that hangs over everything is better. ~ Thomas Carlyle
417:We have not read an author till we have seen his object, whatever it may be, as he saw it. ~ Thomas Carlyle
418:It is in general more profitable to reckon up our defeats than to boast of our attainments. ~ Thomas Carlyle
419:It is through symbols that man consciously or unconsciously lives, works and has his being. ~ Thomas Carlyle
420:Once the mind has been expanded by a big idea, it will never go back to its original state. ~ Thomas Carlyle
421:The cut of a garment speaks of intellect and talent and the color of temperament and heart. ~ Thomas Carlyle
422:The eye of the intellect "sees in all objects what it brought with it the means of seeing." ~ Thomas Carlyle
423:Woe to him that claims obedience when it is not due; woe to him that refuses it when it is. ~ Thomas Carlyle
424:It is well said, in every sense, that a man's religion is the chief fact with regard to him. ~ Thomas Carlyle
425:Lives the man that can figure a naked Duke of Windlestraw addressing a naked House of Lords? ~ Thomas Carlyle
426:Make yourself an honest man, and then you may be sure there is one less rascal in the world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
427:No mortal has a right to wag his tongue, much less to wag his pen, without saying something. ~ Thomas Carlyle
428:Culture is the process by which a person becomes all that they were created capable of being. ~ Thomas Carlyle
429:He that works and does some Poem, not he that merely says one, is worthy of the name of Poet. ~ Thomas Carlyle
430:One life; a little gleam of Time between two Eternities; no second chance to us for evermore! ~ Thomas Carlyle
431:That there should one man die ignorant who had capacity for knowledge, this I call a tragedy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
432:The essence of humor is sensibility; warm, tender fellow-feeling with all forms of existence. ~ Thomas Carlyle
433:The leafy blossoming present time springs from the whole past, remembered and unrememberable. ~ Thomas Carlyle
434:All destruction, by violent revolution or however it be, is but new creation on a wider scale. ~ Thomas Carlyle
435:A mind that has seen, and suffered, and done, speaks to us of what it has tried and conquered. ~ Thomas Carlyle
436:Great is journalism. Is not every able editor a ruler of the world, being the persuader of it? ~ Thomas Carlyle
437:If an eloquent speaker speak not the truth, is there a more horrid kind of object in creation? ~ Thomas Carlyle
438:Love not pleasure; love God. This is the Everlasting Yea, wherein all contradiction is solved. ~ Thomas Carlyle
439:Music... a kind of inarticulate, unfathomable speech, which leads to the edge of the Infinite. ~ Thomas Carlyle
440:We are not altogether here to tolerate. We are here to resist, to control and vanquish withal. ~ Thomas Carlyle
441:Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulness, altogether past calculation its powers of endurance. ~ Thomas Carlyle
442:Nature is the time-vesture of God that reveals Him to the wise, and hides him from the foolish. ~ Thomas Carlyle
443:Ve hasta donde te alcance la vista. Cuando llegues, serás capaz de ver más allá. THOMAS CARLYLE ~ Robin S Sharma
444:Great men are the commissioned guides of mankind, who rule their fellows because they are wiser. ~ Thomas Carlyle
445:He who cannot withal keep his mind to himself cannot practice any considerable thing whatsoever. ~ Thomas Carlyle
446:I have seen gleams in the face and eyes of the man that have let you look into a higher country. ~ Thomas Carlyle
447:The merit of originality is not novelty, it is sincerity. The believing man is the original man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
448:The word of Mohammad is a voice direct from nature's own heart - all else is wind in comparison. ~ Thomas Carlyle
449:Thomas Carlyle afirmaba que «la historia del mundo no es sino la biografía de grandes hombres», ~ Walter Isaacson
450:For every one hundred men who can stand adversity there is only one who can withstand prosperity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
451:May blessings be upon the head of Cadmus, the Phoenicians, or whoever it was that invented books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
452:Speech is human, silence is divine, yet also brutish and dead: therefore we must learn both arts. ~ Thomas Carlyle
453:Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do that with all thy might and leave the issues calmly to God. ~ Thomas Carlyle
454:All human souls, never so bedarkened, love light; light once kindled spreads till all is luminous. ~ Thomas Carlyle
455:Let me have my own way in exactly everything and a sunnier and pleasanter creature does not exist. ~ Thomas Carlyle
456:The man of life upright has a guiltless heart, free from all dishonest deeds or thought of vanity. ~ Thomas Carlyle
457:Богатството на човека е в нещата, които обича и благославя и заради които го обичат и благославят. ~ Thomas Carlyle
458:A poor creature who has said or done nothing worth a serious man taking the trouble of remembering. ~ Thomas Carlyle
459:If there be no enemy there's no fight. If no fight, no victory and if no victory there is no crown. ~ Thomas Carlyle
460:If time is precious, no book that will not improve by repeated readings deserves to be read at all. ~ Thomas Carlyle
461:Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand. ~ Thomas Carlyle
462:The lightning spark of thought generated in the solitary mind awakens its likeness in another mind. ~ Thomas Carlyle
463:The three great elements of modern civilization, Gun powder, Printing, and the Protestant religion. ~ Thomas Carlyle
464:Unity, agreement, is always silent or soft-voiced; it is only discord that loudly proclaims itself. ~ Thomas Carlyle
465:We have profoundly forgotten everywhere that Cash-payment is not the sole relation of human beings. ~ Thomas Carlyle
466:Everywhere immeasurable Democracy rose monstrous, loud, blatant, inarticulate as the voice of Chaos. ~ Thomas Carlyle
467:If something be not done, something will do itself one day, and in a fashion that will please nobody ~ Thomas Carlyle
468:Make yourself an honest man, and then you may be sure that there is one less scoundrel in the world. ~ Thomas Carlyle
469:Old age is not a matter for sorrow. It is matter for thanks if we have left our work done behind us. ~ Thomas Carlyle
470:Wealth of a man is the number of things which he loves and blesses which he is loved and blessed by. ~ Thomas Carlyle
471:A laugh, to be joyous, must flow from a joyous heart, for without kindness, there can be no true joy. ~ Thomas Carlyle
472:At worst, is not this an unjust world, full of nothing but beasts of prey, four-footed or two-footed? ~ Thomas Carlyle
473:How indestructibly the good grows, and propagates itself, even among the weedy entanglements of evil. ~ Thomas Carlyle
474:It is the first of all problems for a man to find out what kind of work he is to do in this universe. ~ Thomas Carlyle
475:"Love is not altogether a Delirium," says he elsewhere; "yet has it many points in common therewith." ~ Thomas Carlyle
476:The fine arts once divorcing themselves from truth are quite certain to fall mad, if they do not die. ~ Thomas Carlyle
477:There is no life of a man, faithfully recorded, but is a heroic poem of its sort, rhymed or unrhymed. ~ Thomas Carlyle
478:A background of wrath, which can be stirred up to the murderous infernal pitch, does lie in every man. ~ Thomas Carlyle
479:Literature, so far as it is Literature, is an ‘apocalypse of Nature,’ a revealing of the ‘open secret. ~ Thomas Carlyle
480:Man makes circumstances, and spiritually as well as economically, is the artificer of his own fortune. ~ Thomas Carlyle
481:The difference between Socrates and Jesus? The great conscious and the immeasurably great unconscious. ~ Thomas Carlyle
482:The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none. —historian and essayist Thomas Carlyle ~ Carol Tavris
483:There is but one temple in this Universe: The Body. We speak to God whenever we lay our hands upon it. ~ Thomas Carlyle
484:All that mankind has done, thought or been: it is lying as in magic preservation in the pages of books. ~ Thomas Carlyle
485:Conclusive facts are inseparable from inconclusive except by a head that already understands and knows. ~ Thomas Carlyle
486:He who takes not counsel of the Unseen and Silent, from him will never come real visibility and speech. ~ Thomas Carlyle
487:If you are ever in doubt as to whether to kiss a pretty girl, always give her the benefit of the doubt. ~ Thomas Carlyle
488:In every object there is inexhaustible meaning; the eye sees in it what the eye brings means of seeing. ~ Thomas Carlyle
489:Laws themselves, political Constitutions, are not our Life; but only the house wherein our Life is led. ~ Thomas Carlyle
490:ليس لنا أن نتطلع إلى هدفٍ يلوح لنا باهتاً من بعد ، وإنما علينا أن ننجز ما بين أيدينا من عمل واضح بيِّن. ~ Thomas Carlyle
491:Материя сама по себе, внешний материальный мир - это либо ничто, либо продукт человеческого воображения ~ Thomas Carlyle
492:A man protesting against error is on the way towards uniting himself with all men that believe in truth. ~ Thomas Carlyle
493:Nothing that was worthy in the past departs; no truth or goodness realized by man ever dies, or can die. ~ Thomas Carlyle
494:Of all acts of man repentance is the most divine. The greatest of all faults is to be conscious of none. ~ Thomas Carlyle
495:Success in life, in anything, depends upon the number of persons that one can make himself agreeable to. ~ Thomas Carlyle
496:An everlasting lodestar, that beams the brighter in the heavens the darker here on earth grows the night. ~ Thomas Carlyle
497:By nature man hates change; seldom will he quit his old home till it has actually fallen around his ears. ~ Thomas Carlyle
498:His religion at best is an anxious wish; like that of Rabelais, "a great Perhaps". ~ Thomas Carlyle, Essays (1828) "Burns"
499:Men's hearts ought not to be set against one another, but set with one another and all against evil only. ~ Thomas Carlyle
500:Thomas Carlyle supposedly said: ‘Teach a parrot the terms supply and demand and you’ve got an economist. ~ Avinash K Dixit


   1 Psychology
   1 Philosophy
   1 Mythology

1.03 - Supernatural Aid, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  there is a harmony of metaphysical rhythm" (ibid., p. 142). This corresponds
  to Thomas Carlyle's idea of the Hero King, as "Ableman" (On Heroes, HeroWorship and The Heroic in History, Lecture VI).

1.09 - SKIRMISHES IN A WAY WITH THE AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  I have been reading the life of Thomas Carlyle, that unconscious and
  involuntary farce, that heroico-moral interpretation of dyspeptic


--- Overview of noun thomas_carlyle

The noun thomas carlyle has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
1. Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle ::: (Scottish historian who wrote about the French Revolution (1795-1881))

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun thomas_carlyle

1 sense of thomas carlyle                      

Sense 1
Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle
   INSTANCE OF=> historian, historiographer
     => scholar, scholarly person, bookman, student
       => intellectual, intellect
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun thomas_carlyle

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun thomas_carlyle

1 sense of thomas carlyle                      

Sense 1
Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle
   INSTANCE OF=> historian, historiographer

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun thomas_carlyle

1 sense of thomas carlyle                      

Sense 1
Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle
  -> historian, historiographer
   => annalist
   => art historian
   => chronicler
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Bede, Saint Bede, St. Bede, Baeda, Saint Baeda, St. Baeda, Beda, Saint Beda, St. Beda, the Venerable Bede
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Mahan, Alfred Thayer Mahan
   HAS INSTANCE=> Maitland, Frederic William Maitland
   HAS INSTANCE=> McMaster, John Bach McMaster
   HAS INSTANCE=> Mommsen, Theodor Mommsen
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Robinson, James Harvey Robinson
   HAS INSTANCE=> Saxo Grammaticus
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Schlesinger, Arthur Schlesinger, Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Arthur Meier Schlesinger Jr.
   HAS INSTANCE=> Stubbs, William Stubbs
   HAS INSTANCE=> Tacitus, Publius Cornelius Tacitus, Gaius Cornelius Tacitus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Thucydides
   HAS INSTANCE=> Toynbee, Arnold Toynbee, Arnold Joseph Toynbee
   HAS INSTANCE=> Trevelyan, George Otto Trevelyan, Sir George Otto Trevelyan
   HAS INSTANCE=> Trevelyan, George Macaulay Trevelyan
   HAS INSTANCE=> Tuchman, Barbara Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim Tuchman
   HAS INSTANCE=> Turner, Frederick Jackson Turner
   HAS INSTANCE=> Vinogradoff, Sir Paul Gavrilovich Vinogradoff
   HAS INSTANCE=> Walpole, Horace Walpole, Horatio Walpole, Fourth Earl of Orford
   HAS INSTANCE=> Wiesel, Elie Wiesel, Eliezer Wiesel
   HAS INSTANCE=> Woodward, C. Vann Woodward, Comer Vann Woodward
   HAS INSTANCE=> Xenophon

--- Grep of noun thomas_carlyle
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Wikipedia - 100-series highways (Nova Scotia) -- Highway system in Nova Scotia
Wikipedia - 103rd station -- Proposed rapid transit station on the Chicago L system
Wikipedia - 10th edition of Systema Naturae -- Book by Carl Linnaeus
Wikipedia - 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu -- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu system developed by Eddie Bravo
Wikipedia - 111th station -- Proposed rapid transit station on the Chicago L system
Wikipedia - 11 Comae Berenices -- Binary star system
Wikipedia - 12 equal temperament -- equal temperament system in music
Wikipedia - 12-hour clock -- Timekeeping system
Wikipedia - 17 equal temperament -- Musical tuning system with 17 pitches equally-spaced on a logarithmic scale
Wikipedia - 17th Street/Santa Monica College station -- At-grade light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system
Wikipedia - 1996 Lake Huron cyclone -- Hurricane storm system in 1996
Wikipedia - 19 Tauri -- Triple star system in the constellation Taurus
Wikipedia - 19th-century Anglo-Saxonism -- Racial belief system developed by British and American individuals in the 19th century
Wikipedia - 19th-century turnpikes in Massachusetts -- Highway system
Wikipedia - 2018 Guernsey electoral system referendum -- Referendum in Guernsey
Wikipedia - 2.01 (Buran-class spacecraft) -- Reusable launch system
Wikipedia - 2.02 (Buran-class spacecraft) -- Reusable launch system
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Wikipedia - 25S Satellite Communications Systems Operator/Maintainer -- Military communication of the United States
Wikipedia - 27 Canis Majoris -- binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - 2I/Borisov -- Interstellar comet passing through the Solar System, discovered in 2019
Wikipedia - 36 Ophiuchi -- Triple star system in the constellation Ophiuchus
Wikipedia - 37 Comae Berenices -- Triple-star system in the constellation Coma Berenices
Wikipedia - 3D Core Graphics System
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Wikipedia - 3 GB barrier -- Limitation of some 32-bit operating systems running on x86 microprocessors
Wikipedia - 4030 Call System -- Iranian telephone system
Wikipedia - 405-line television system -- Analogue television broadcasting system
Wikipedia - 441-line television system -- Early electronic monochrome television system
Wikipedia - 45:33 -- Extended play by LCD Soundsystem
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Wikipedia - 48 Cassiopeiae -- Triple star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - 49 Cassiopeiae -- Binary star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - 4K Disk Monitor System
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Wikipedia - 58 Persei -- Multiple-star system in the constellation of Perseus
Wikipedia - 5 Aquilae -- Quadruple star system in the constellation of Aquila
Wikipedia - 5ESS Switching System
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Wikipedia - 6-sphere coordinates -- 3D coordinate system used in mathematics
Wikipedia - 78 Pegasi -- A binary star system in the Pegasus constellation
Wikipedia - 7 July 2005 London bombings -- Attacks on the London public transport system on 7 July 2005
Wikipedia - 80 Million Tiny Images -- Dataset for training machine learning systems.
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Wikipedia - 91 Aquarii -- Triple star system in the constellation Aquarius
Wikipedia - 94 Aquarii -- Triple star system in the constellation Aquarius
Wikipedia - 96 Aquarii -- Star system
Wikipedia - 996 working hour system -- An overtime work schedule in Mainland China, 9AM-9PM, 6 days per week
Wikipedia - 9K33 Osa -- Vehicle-launched surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - 9 Star Ki -- Chinese system of astrology
Wikipedia - A-0 System -- Programming language
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Wikipedia - Aaron ben Moses ben Asher -- Jewish scribe who refined the Tiberian system of writing vowel sounds in Hebrew
Wikipedia - AASHTO Soil Classification System
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Wikipedia - ABO blood group system -- Classification of blood types
Wikipedia - Abolition of feudalism in France -- Abolition of the feudal system by the Constituent Assembly
Wikipedia - Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1976 -- Act of the Parliament of Australia, first in the country to recognise the Aboriginal system of land ownership
Wikipedia - Abort Guidance System
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Wikipedia - Abstraction (computer science) -- Technique for arranging complexity of computer systems
Wikipedia - Abstract rewriting system
Wikipedia - Abugida -- Writing system
Wikipedia - Abundance (ecology) -- Relative representation of a species in anr ecosystem
Wikipedia - Ab urbe condita -- Ancient Roman year-numbering system
Wikipedia - Academic grading in Japan -- Academic grading system in Japan
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Wikipedia - Academic honor code -- Honor system is a set of rules or ethical principles
Wikipedia - Accelerator-driven system
Wikipedia - Access Systems Americas
Wikipedia - AccuSystems -- American company
Wikipedia - Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment
Wikipedia - ACI Worldwide -- American payment systems company
Wikipedia - ACM Computing Classification System
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Wikipedia - Acueducto de Albear -- A water supply system of Havana, Cuba
Wikipedia - Acueducto de Ponce -- Historic gravity-based water supply system in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Adaptive Domain Environment for Operating Systems
Wikipedia - Adaptive immune system -- Subsystem of the immune system that is composed of specialized, systemic cells and processes
Wikipedia - Adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system
Wikipedia - Adaptive system
Wikipedia - Additional member system -- Electoral system
Wikipedia - Address Management System -- Database of US postal addresses
Wikipedia - Aden Ridge -- Part of an active oblique rift system in the Gulf of Aden, between Somalia and the Arabian Peninsula
Wikipedia - Adjusted Service Rating Score -- System used by US Army at the end of WWII to determine which soldiers were eligible to be repatriated to the US
Wikipedia - Administration of justice -- Process by which a legal system is executed
Wikipedia - Administrative Office of the United States Courts -- Administrative agency of the US federal court system
Wikipedia - Admission control -- A validation process for connections in communication systems
Wikipedia - Adobe AIR -- Cross-platform runtime system for building rich internet applications
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Wikipedia - ADS 1359 -- Multiple star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - ADT Inc. -- American security systems firm
Wikipedia - Advanced Access Content System -- Standard for content distribution and digital rights management
Wikipedia - Advanced Computerized Execution System -- NASDAQ subscription service
Wikipedia - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface -- Standard firmware interface for hardware configuration and power management by operating systems
Wikipedia - Advanced Disc Filing System
Wikipedia - Advanced Drainage Systems -- Drainage product company based in Hillard, Ohio, US
Wikipedia - Advanced driver-assistance systems -- Electronic systems that help the vehicle driver while driving or during parking
Wikipedia - Advanced Electric Propulsion System -- A spacecraft propulsion system by NASA
Wikipedia - Advanced electronic signature -- EU-compliant electronic signature system
Wikipedia - Advanced Facer-Canceler System -- Mail sorting machine used by the US Postal Service
Wikipedia - Advanced Mobile Phone System -- Analog mobile phone system standard
Wikipedia - Advanced Mobile Telephone System -- Full-duplex analog mobile radio communication system
Wikipedia - Advanced SEAL Delivery System -- Former Navy SEAL mini-sub deployed from submarines
Wikipedia - Advanced Systems and Development Directorate -- US military organization
Wikipedia - Advanced Systems Format
Wikipedia - Advanced Television Systems Committee -- Group that developed standards for digital television in the US
Wikipedia - Advanced Traffic Management System -- Intelligent transportation system domain
Wikipedia - AdventHealth -- American health care system
Wikipedia - Adversarial system
Wikipedia - Adyghe phonology -- System of sounds for the Adyghe language
Wikipedia - AEi Systems -- Engineering Company
Wikipedia - Aerated lagoon -- Wastewater treatment system using aeration
Wikipedia - Aerobic treatment system -- A small scale sewage treatment system which uses an aerobic process for digestion
Wikipedia - Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network -- Worldwide system of aeronautical fixed circuits
Wikipedia - Aerospace Research Systems, Inc -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - Afara Websystems
Wikipedia - Africa Coast to Europe (cable system) -- Optical-fiber submarine cable system
Wikipedia - African Political Systems
Wikipedia - Afrikaans phonology -- System of sounds for the Afrikaans language
Wikipedia - AGA cooker -- Stove and cooker system
Wikipedia - Agere Systems -- American integrated circuit components company
Wikipedia - Age verification system -- Measure used to restrict access to digital content by age
Wikipedia - Agra Metro -- Mass rapid transit system in the city of Agra, India
Wikipedia - Agrarian system -- Dynamic set of economic and technological factors that affect agricultural practices
Wikipedia - Agroforestry -- Land use management system
Wikipedia - Ahmedabad Bus Rapid Transit System -- Bus rapid transit system in Ahmedabad
Wikipedia - Ahnentafel -- Genealogical numbering system for listing a person's direct ancestors
Wikipedia - AI box -- Hypothetical isolated computer system
Wikipedia - AI Mk. IV radar -- Operational model of the world's first air-to-air radar system
Wikipedia - Airborne collision avoidance system
Wikipedia - Airborne early warning and control -- Airborne system of surveillance radar plus command and control functions
Wikipedia - Airborne Launch Control Center -- US Strategic forces charged with maintaining survivable launch control system for ballistic missile force
Wikipedia - Airborne Launch Control System -- US Strategic Command platform for survivable launch control system for ballistic missile force
Wikipedia - Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapon Systems Training School -- US military unit 1994 - 2015
Wikipedia - Airborne Real-time Cueing Hyperspectral Enhanced Reconnaissance -- Aerial imaging system
Wikipedia - Air Command and Control System -- Planned NATO project
Wikipedia - Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System
Wikipedia - Aircraft flight control systems
Wikipedia - Aircraft flight control system -- How aircraft are controlled
Wikipedia - Aircraft fuel system
Wikipedia - Aircraft systems
Wikipedia - Air Cushion Restraint System -- 1970s General Motors airbag technology
Wikipedia - Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center -- US Air Force unit tasked with ensuring safe, secure, and reliable nuclear weapon systems
Wikipedia - Air-independent propulsion -- Propulsion system for submarines which operates without access to atmospheric oxygen
Wikipedia - AIR Index -- a standardised motor vehicle NOx emissions ranking system
Wikipedia - Airplane Information Management System
Wikipedia - Airport surveillance radar -- A radar system
Wikipedia - AirTrain JFK -- People mover system at JFK Airport in New York City
Wikipedia - AirTrain Newark -- Monorail system at Newark Liberty International Airport
Wikipedia - Airway obstruction -- Blockage in the respiratory system
Wikipedia - AIX operating system
Wikipedia - AK-630 -- Soviet and Russian fully automatic naval close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Akon Lighting Africa -- Installer of solar street lights and small energy systems in Africa
Wikipedia - Alabama Cooperative Extension System -- Educational outreach organization in Alabama, United States
Wikipedia - Alberta Carbon Trunk Line System -- {{co2
Wikipedia - Alberta clipper -- Low pressure area weather system common to North America
Wikipedia - Albireo -- Double star system in the constellation Cygnus
Wikipedia - Alcohol inhalation -- Method of administering ethanol directly into the respiratory system
Wikipedia - Aldrete's scoring system -- Scoring system used in Anaesthesiology
Wikipedia - Alert Ready -- National alerting system of Canada
Wikipedia - Algebraically compact module -- Module such that infinite systems of linear equations can be solved by solving finite subsystems
Wikipedia - Algebraic system
Wikipedia - Algiers Metro -- Rapid transit system in Algiers
Wikipedia - Algorithmic Lovasz local lemma -- On constructing objects that obey a system of constraints with limited dependence
Wikipedia - Allahabad Metro -- Rapid transit system in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Allan Kardec -- Systematizer of Spiritism
Wikipedia - Allegany County Transit -- Publicly funded, general-public bus system in Maryland, US
Wikipedia - Allegheny County belt system -- Allegheny County belt system
Wikipedia - Allergy -- Immune system response to a substance that most people tolerate well
Wikipedia - Alliant Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Alliant Techsystems -- American industrial company
Wikipedia - All India Institutes of Medical Sciences -- university system in India
Wikipedia - All Systems Red -- 2017 science fiction novella by Martha Wells
Wikipedia - Al-Najm al-Thaqib -- Missile system used by the Houthis
Wikipedia - Alnitak -- Triple star system in the constellation Orion
Wikipedia - ALOHAnet -- Computer networking system
Wikipedia - Alphabetical order -- System for ordering words, names and phrases
Wikipedia - Alpha Centauri -- Nearest star system to the Sun
Wikipedia - Alpha Piscium -- Binary star system in the constellation Pisces
Wikipedia - Alps -- Major mountain range system in Central Europe
Wikipedia - Alteon WebSystems -- Computer network hardware company
Wikipedia - Alternative law in Ireland prior to 1921 -- Legal systems used by Irish nationalist organizations
Wikipedia - Alternative periodic tables -- Tabulations of chemical elements differing from the traditional layout of the periodic system
Wikipedia - Alternator (automotive) -- Devices in automobiles to charge the battery and power the electrical system
Wikipedia - Altitudinal zonation -- Natural layering of ecosystems by elevation
Wikipedia - ALTS -- Authentication and encryption system
Wikipedia - Alu (Ethiopia) -- Volcanic system in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Amalgamated Broadcasting System -- Failed American radio network
Wikipedia - Amazon Elastic File System
Wikipedia - Amazon Prime Air -- Conceptual drone-based delivery system currently in development
Wikipedia - Ambergris -- Substance produced in the digestive system of sperm whales
Wikipedia - Ambient authority -- Term used in the study of access control systems
Wikipedia - American Association for Medical Systems and Informatics
Wikipedia - American International School of Zagreb -- School following the United States education system in Zagreb, Croatia
Wikipedia - Americanist phonetic notation -- System of phonetic notation originally developed for the phonetic and phonemic transcription of indigenous languages of the Americas
Wikipedia - American Leadership Academy -- Charter high school system headquartered in Arizona
Wikipedia - American Morse code -- Morse code variant used on landline telegraph systems in the U.S.
Wikipedia - American Public University System -- American university company
Wikipedia - American Radio Systems -- Former US radio company
Wikipedia - American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Wikipedia - American system of manufacturing
Wikipedia - American system of watch manufacturing -- A set of manufacturing techniques and best-practices
Wikipedia - Americas Conference on Information Systems
Wikipedia - Amherst-Pelham Regional School District -- Public school system in Amherst, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Amiga Fast File System
Wikipedia - Amiga Old File System
Wikipedia - AmigaOS 4 -- Line of Amiga operating systems
Wikipedia - AmigaOS -- Operating system of Amiga computers
Wikipedia - Amir Ansari -- Co-founder:venture capital firm Prodea Systems Inc
Wikipedia - Amoeba distributed operating system
Wikipedia - Amoeba (operating system)
Wikipedia - Amphetamine -- central nervous system stimulant
Wikipedia - Amritsar Metrobus -- Bus rapid transit system in Amritsar, India
Wikipedia - Anacostia Riverwalk Trail -- A 25 mile multi-use trail system in Washington D.C.
Wikipedia - Anacostia Tributary Trail System -- Hiking trail in Maryland
Wikipedia - Analog high-definition television system -- Analog video broadcast television system
Wikipedia - Analogical Retrieval Constraint System
Wikipedia - Analog-to-digital converter -- System that converts an analog signal into a digital signal
Wikipedia - Analytic geometry -- Study of geometry using a coordinate system
Wikipedia - AN/APG-68 -- Radar system
Wikipedia - AN/APG-84 -- American radar system
Wikipedia - Anarchic System -- Band
Wikipedia - Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy -- Terminology used to describe the central and peripheral nervous systems
Wikipedia - Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System
Wikipedia - Ancien Regime -- Monarchic, aristocratic, social and political system established in the Kingdom of France from approximately the 15th century until the later 18th century
Wikipedia - Ancient Chinese political systems
Wikipedia - Ancient Egyptian religion -- System of beliefs and rituals integral to ancient Egyptian society
Wikipedia - Ancient UNIX Systems
Wikipedia - AN/DRC-8 Emergency Rocket Communications System -- US Strategic Forces system to communication with ballistic missiles in use from 1963-1991
Wikipedia - Andrej GrubaM-DM-^Mic -- Academic, world-system historian, anarachist theorist.
Wikipedia - Andrew File System -- File system
Wikipedia - Andrew Mishkin -- American systems engineer
Wikipedia - Androgynous Peripheral Attach System -- Spacecraft docking mechanism
Wikipedia - Android 10 -- Tenth major version of the Android mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Android 11 -- Eleventh major version of the Android mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Android application package -- File format used for software on Google's Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android Automotive -- Android operating system version for car infotainment systems
Wikipedia - Android Go -- Variant of the Android operating system for low-end devices
Wikipedia - Android Jelly Bean -- Tenth version of the Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android Lollipop -- Fifth major version of the Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android Marshmallow -- Sixth major version of the Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android One -- Line of smartphones that run the unmodified Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android (operating system)
Wikipedia - Android Pie -- Ninth major version of the Android mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Android software development -- Process of writing software for Android operating system
Wikipedia - Android TV -- Android operating system version for digital media players
Wikipedia - Andy Bechtolsheim -- German electrical engineer and co-founder of Sun Microsystems
Wikipedia - A New System of Domestic Cookery -- 19th century British cookbook
Wikipedia - Anga Lipi -- Historical writing system
Wikipedia - Animalia Paradoxa -- Mythical, magical or otherwise suspect animals mentioned in Systema Naturae
Wikipedia - Anima mundi -- According to several systems of thought, an intrinsic connection between all living things on the planet
Wikipedia - Ann Hardy -- American computer programmer, pioneer of computer time-sharing systems
Wikipedia - Anno Lucis -- Dating system used in Freemasonry
Wikipedia - Anomaly-based intrusion detection system
Wikipedia - Anonymous post -- Entry on a bulletin board system, Internet forum, or other discussion forums, without a screen name
Wikipedia - Another System Definition Facility
Wikipedia - ANSI device numbers -- System of identifying electrical power devices
Wikipedia - AN/SPY-1 -- Electronically scanned radar system
Wikipedia - AN/SPY-3 -- Electronically scanned radar system
Wikipedia - Antarctica Weather Danger Classification -- Classification system for Antarctica weather
Wikipedia - Antarctic Treaty System
Wikipedia - Antibody -- Immune system protein
Wikipedia - Anticholinergic -- Chemical substance that blocks the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the central and the peripheral nervous system
Wikipedia - Anticipatory Systems; Philosophical, Mathematical, and Methodological Foundations
Wikipedia - Anticipatory system
Wikipedia - Anti-lock braking system -- safety anti-skid braking system used on aircraft and land vehicles
Wikipedia - AN/TPQ-53 Quick Reaction Capability Radar -- Ground radar system
Wikipedia - Anyon -- Type of particle that occurs only in two-dimensional systems
Wikipedia - AO Cassiopeiae -- Star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - Apache Subversion -- Free and open source software versioning and revision control system
Wikipedia - Apache SystemML
Wikipedia - Apartheid -- System of institutionalised racial segregation that existed in South Africa and South West Africa (Namibia) from 1948 until the early 1990s
Wikipedia - APCN -- Submarine telecommunications cable system linking nine Asian countries
Wikipedia - APG III system -- The second revision (2009) of a classification of flowering plants by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group
Wikipedia - APG IV system -- The third revision (2016) of a classification of flowering plants by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group
Wikipedia - APNG (cable system) -- Submarine telecommunications cable system linking Australia and Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Apollo Abort Guidance System
Wikipedia - Apollo (cable system) -- Optical submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Apollo PGNCS -- Apollo spacecraft guidance system
Wikipedia - Apollo (System Copernicus) -- Stained glass window by Stanislaw Wyspianski
Wikipedia - Apologetics -- Religious discipline of systematic defence of a position
Wikipedia - Apothecaries' system -- Historical system of mass and volume units used by physicians and apothecaries
Wikipedia - Appalachian Development Highway System -- series of highway corridors in the Appalachia region of the eastern United States
Wikipedia - Apple A10 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A10X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A11 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A12 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A12X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A12Z -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A13 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A14 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A4 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A5 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A5X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A6 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A6X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A7 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A8 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A8X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A9 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple A9X -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Apple File System -- File system developed by Apple
Wikipedia - Apple M1 -- System on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc. for the Mac
Wikipedia - Apple ProDOS -- Operating system on Apple II series computers
Wikipedia - Application Control Management System -- Software system
Wikipedia - Application firewall -- Layer 7/application layer network security system
Wikipedia - Applicative computing systems
Wikipedia - Apprenticeship -- System of employment
Wikipedia - APT (software) -- Free software package management system
Wikipedia - Aqua Line (Nagpur Metro) -- Metro route of mass rapid transit system in Nagpur, India
Wikipedia - Aquaponics -- system combining aquaculture with hydroponics in A symbiotic environment
Wikipedia - Aquatic ecosystem -- ecosystem in a body of water
Wikipedia - Aquatic science -- Multidisciplinary study of freshwater and marine ecosystems
Wikipedia - Arcade system board
Wikipedia - ArcaOS -- Computer operating system based on IBM's OS/2 Warp
Wikipedia - AR Cassiopeiae -- Star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - Arcata and Mad River Transit System -- Bus service in Arcata, California
Wikipedia - ArcGIS -- Geographic information system maintained by Esri
Wikipedia - Archibus -- Integrated workplace management system
Wikipedia - Archimedean property -- The absence of infintiesmals in a mathemaical system
Wikipedia - Architecture of Integrated Information Systems
Wikipedia - ArcView 3.x -- Geographic information system software
Wikipedia - Argentine Interconnection System -- Wide area electric power grid of Argentina
Wikipedia - Argosy University -- Defunct system of for-profit colleges in the US
Wikipedia - Aria (storage engine) -- Storage engine for the MariaDB and MySQL relational database management systems
Wikipedia - Ariosophy -- Ideological systems of an esoteric nature, pioneered by Guido von List and Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels
Wikipedia - Armenian Genocide -- Systematic killing of Armenians residing in the Ottoman Empire
Wikipedia - ARM system-on-chip architecture
Wikipedia - AROS Research Operating System -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Array DBMS -- System that provides database services specifically for arrays
Wikipedia - Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park -- Marine protected area in the Cozumel reef system off Mexico
Wikipedia - ArrivaClick -- Demand responsive transport system
Wikipedia - Arrow's impossibility theorem -- Theorem about ranked voting electoral systems
Wikipedia - Artemis 1 -- Planned test flight of Orion spacecraft and initial flight of the Space Launch System for Artemis program
Wikipedia - Arthur-Merlin protocol -- Interactive proof system in computational complexity theory
Wikipedia - ARTHUR (radar) -- Counter-battery radar system
Wikipedia - Artificial immune systems
Wikipedia - Artificial immune system
Wikipedia - Artificial intelligence systems integration
Wikipedia - Artificial Intelligence System
Wikipedia - Artificial life -- A field of study wherein researchers examine systems related to natural life, its processes, and its evolution, through the use of simulations
Wikipedia - ARX (operating system)
Wikipedia - Ascent Abort-2 -- Successful test of the Launch Abort System of NASA's Orion spacecraft.
Wikipedia - Ascent propulsion system
Wikipedia - A Shock to the System (1990 film) -- 1990 film by Jan Egleson
Wikipedia - Asian values -- Norms, values and political systems originating in the Asia-Pacific
Wikipedia - Assa Abloy -- Swedish conglomerate, manufacturer of locks and security systems
Wikipedia - Asset Marketing Systems, Inc. v. Gagnon -- US appeals court case
Wikipedia - Assisted GPS -- System to improve the time-to-first-fix of a GPS receiver
Wikipedia - Association for Information Systems
Wikipedia - Assystem -- French engineering company
Wikipedia - Aster Data Systems
Wikipedia - Astor Library -- Historic building that used to be part of the NYPL system
Wikipedia - Astrogliosis -- Increase in number of astrocytes due to central nervous system injury
Wikipedia - Astronomical system of units
Wikipedia - Astronomical year numbering -- year numbering system using + for AD/CE years and M-bM-^HM-^R for years before 1 BC/BCE which is year 0
Wikipedia - Astrophysics Data System -- Digital Library portal operated by the Smithsonian
Wikipedia - Asymmetric numeral systems -- Enthropy coding methods
Wikipedia - Asymmetric simple exclusion process -- Interacting particle system
Wikipedia - Asynchronous Systems
Wikipedia - Asynchronous System Trap -- Mechanism used in several computer operating systems
Wikipedia - A System of Logic
Wikipedia - ATA Bus -- Bus system in Riley County, Kansas
Wikipedia - Atacama Fault -- System of geological faults in northern Chile
Wikipedia - Atari TOS -- Operating system of the Atari ST range of computers
Wikipedia - ATC code C04 -- Therapeutic subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System
Wikipedia - Athar Ali (scientist) -- Pakistani system engineer and rocket scientist
Wikipedia - Athena (rocket family) -- Lockheed Martin expendable launch system
Wikipedia - AtheOS File System
Wikipedia - ATK Reserves And Academy -- Youth system of Indian Super League side ATK
Wikipedia - Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System -- Library system for the city of Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia
Wikipedia - Atlantic meridional overturning circulation -- system of currents in the Atlantic Ocean, having a northward flow of warm, salty water in the upper layers and a southward flow of colder, deep waters that are part of the thermohaline circulation
Wikipedia - Atlantic Wall -- Extensive system of coastal fortifications built by Nazi Germany
Wikipedia - At-large -- System in which someone is elected by the entire governed geographical entity rather than a specific district
Wikipedia - Atlas I -- Expendable launch system
Wikipedia - Atlas V -- Expendable launch system
Wikipedia - Atmosphere of Mercury -- Composition and properties of the atmosphere of the innermost planet of the Solar System
Wikipedia - Atmospheric science -- Study of the atmosphere, its processes, and its interactions with other systems
Wikipedia - Atomicity (database systems) -- Property of the ACID database system
Wikipedia - Atom (system on chip)
Wikipedia - Attitude and heading reference system
Wikipedia - Attractor -- Concept in dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Attribute-value system
Wikipedia - Attribution bias -- The systematic errors made when people evaluate their own and others' behaviors
Wikipedia - Audio file format -- File format for storing digital audio data on a computer system
Wikipedia - Auditory system
Wikipedia - Audit -- Systematic and independent examination of books, accounts, documents and vouchers of an organization
Wikipedia - Auriculotherapy -- Pseudocientific alternative medicine practice based on the idea that the ear is a micro system, which reflects the entire body, and that physical, mental or emotional health conditions are treatable by stimulation of the surface of the ear.
Wikipedia - Aurora OS -- Operating system for netbooks
Wikipedia - Australasian Conference on Information Systems
Wikipedia - Australian Aboriginal kinship -- Systems of law covering social interactions in Australian Aboriginal societies
Wikipedia - Australian honours and awards system -- Orders, decorations, and medals of Australia
Wikipedia - Australian railway telegraphic codes -- Terms used in telegrams between various parts of the railway system
Wikipedia - Australian Wildlife Conservancy -- Independent Australian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems
Wikipedia - Authentication -- The act of proving an assertion, often the identity of a computer system user
Wikipedia - Authoritarian capitalism -- Economic system in which a market economy exists alongside an authoritarian government
Wikipedia - Authoritarian socialism -- socialist economic-political system rejecting political liberalism
Wikipedia - Author profiling -- System to identify an author
Wikipedia - Autoconfig -- Amiga system for automatically setting up hardware peripherals
Wikipedia - AutoExpreso -- Electronic toll collection system used on tollways in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Autofocus -- Optical system to focus on an automatically or manually selected point or area
Wikipedia - Autographic film -- System for roll film launched by Kodak in 1914
Wikipedia - Autokey cipher -- Classic polyalphabetic encryption system
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Wikipedia - Automated highway systems
Wikipedia - Automated highway system
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Wikipedia - Automated reasoning system
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Wikipedia - Automatic block signaling -- Railroad communications system
Wikipedia - Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System -- American military aviation safety
Wikipedia - Automatic switching system -- Telephone exchange equipment
Wikipedia - Automatic test switching -- System for high-speed testing of electronic devices
Wikipedia - Automatic Train Protection (United Kingdom) -- Railway cab signalling system
Wikipedia - Automatic train protection -- System installed in trains to prevent collisions through driver error
Wikipedia - Automation in construction -- The combination of methods, processes, and systems
Wikipedia - Automation -- Use of various control systems for operating equipment
Wikipedia - Automotive hacking -- The exploitation of vulnerabilities within the software, hardware, and communication systems of automobiles
Wikipedia - Automotive head unit -- Centerpiece of the car's sound and information system
Wikipedia - Automotive navigation system
Wikipedia - Autonomic nervous system -- Division of the peripheral nervous system supplying smooth muscle and glands
Wikipedia - Autonomic System Specification Language
Wikipedia - Autonomic Systems
Wikipedia - Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
Wikipedia - Autonomous detection system -- automated biohazard detection system
Wikipedia - Autonomous system (Internet) -- Collection of connected Internet Protocol (IP) routing prefixes under the control of one or more network operators
Wikipedia - Autonomous system (mathematics)
Wikipedia - Autonomous underwater vehicle -- Unmanned underwater vehicle with autonomous guidance system
Wikipedia - Autopilot -- System to maintain vehicle trajectory in lieu of direct operator command
Wikipedia - Autopoiesis -- Systems concept which entails automatic reproduction and maintenance
Wikipedia - Autoridad M-CM-^Znica del Transporte de Gran Canaria -- local transport authority body responsible for the transport system in Gran Canaria
Wikipedia - A/UX -- Early Unix-based operating system from Apple Computer
Wikipedia - Avere Systems -- Technology company that produces computer data storage
Wikipedia - Avian immune system -- System of biological structures
Wikipedia - Avoirdupois system -- System of weights (more properly, mass) based on a pound of 16 ounces
Wikipedia - Avoiuli -- Writing system used in parts of Vanuatu
Wikipedia - Axalta Coating Systems -- Coatings company headquartered in Philadelphia
Wikipedia - Axiomatic system -- Mathematical term; any set of axioms from which some or all axioms can be used in conjunction to logically derive theorems
Wikipedia - Axiom (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Ayyavazhi -- South Indian dharmic belief system
Wikipedia - Aztec calendar -- Calendar system that was used by the Aztecs
Wikipedia - Babylonian cuneiform numerals -- Numeral system
Wikipedia - Back Orifice -- Computer program for remote system administration
Wikipedia - Backpack helicopter -- A helicopter system designed to be worn on a person's back
Wikipedia - BAC Mustard -- Re-usable space launch system
Wikipedia - Bada -- Discontinued mobile operating system
Wikipedia - BAE Systems Hawk -- Military training aircraft family by Hawker Siddeley, later British Aerospace
Wikipedia - BAE Systems Nimrod MRA4 -- British planned maritime patrol and attack aircraft
Wikipedia - BAE Systems Tempest -- Proposed fighter aircraft concept by BAE Systems
Wikipedia - BAE Systems -- Defence, security, and aerospace company
Wikipedia - BahaM-JM- -- Administrative system of the BahaM-JM-
Wikipedia - Baidu Yi -- Mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Bailout (diving) -- To switch over to an emergency system during a dive
Wikipedia - Bailout system -- System to provide emergency breathing gas to a diver
Wikipedia - Balise -- Electronic beacon or transponder placed between the rails of a railway as part of train control or protection systems
Wikipedia - Ballistic Recovery Systems -- American ballistic parachute manufacturer
Wikipedia - Baltimore and Ohio Railroad -- Rail system in the United States of America
Wikipedia - Baltimore classification -- Virus classification system made by David Baltimore
Wikipedia - Bandera Volcano Ice Cave -- Lava tube system in New Mexico
Wikipedia - Bank Verification Number -- Identification system for Nigerian banks
Wikipedia - Banner Health -- Non-profit health system in the United States
Wikipedia - Baojia system -- system of social organization
Wikipedia - Baradla cave -- Cave system in Hungary and Slovakia
Wikipedia - Barcelona Metro -- Rapid transit system in Barcelona, Spain
Wikipedia - Barcode of Life Data System
Wikipedia - Barcode system
Wikipedia - Bare machine -- Computer without an operating system
Wikipedia - Barrett M82 -- American military recoil-operated, semi-automatic anti-materiel sniper system
Wikipedia - Barycentric coordinate system -- Coordinate system that is defined by points instead of vectors
Wikipedia - Basal ganglia -- Group of subcortical nuclei involved in the motor and reward systems
Wikipedia - Basic Statute of Oman -- Cornerstone of the Omani legal system
Wikipedia - Bastard feudalism -- Supposed socioeconomic system of the late Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Baton Broadcast System -- Canadian television system
Wikipedia - Battery storage power station -- Energy storage system using electrochemical secondary cells
Wikipedia - Battlesystem
Wikipedia - Bayamon station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Bay Area Rapid Transit -- Railway system in California, USA
Wikipedia - Bayer designation -- Star naming system
Wikipedia - Bayraktar TB2 -- Unmanned reconnaissance and strike aircraft system
Wikipedia - BBC Redux -- Digital archiving system produced by the BBC
Wikipedia - BBGKY hierarchy -- Set of equations describing the dynamics of a system of many interacting particles
Wikipedia - BBN Time-Sharing System
Wikipedia - B-CAS -- System used in Japan used to deter copying of content
Wikipedia - B, C, K, W system
Wikipedia - Beaconhouse School System -- Private school in Pakistan
Wikipedia - BEA Systems
Wikipedia - Beck-Fiala theorem -- Theorem about balanced coloring of set systems
Wikipedia - Beeching cuts -- Plan to rationalise the British nationalised railway system to reduce losses (1963-1965)
Wikipedia - Beer rating -- Website or system evaluating beer
Wikipedia - Be File System -- Native file system of the BeOS operating system
Wikipedia - Behaviorism -- A systematic approach to understanding the behavior of humans and other animals
Wikipedia - BeiDou -- Chinese satellite navigation system
Wikipedia - Beijing Suburban Railway -- Commuter rail service system in Beijing
Wikipedia - Beijing Subway -- Rapid transit system for Beijing Municipality
Wikipedia - Belief systems
Wikipedia - Belief system
Wikipedia - Bell System Technical Journal
Wikipedia - Bell System -- 1877-1980s American telephone service monopoly
Wikipedia - Benaloh cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Bengali-Assamese script -- A type of South Asian writing system
Wikipedia - Bengali Braille -- Braille system for Bengali
Wikipedia - Bennett acceptance ratio -- Algorithm for estimating the difference in free energy between two systems
Wikipedia - Bentham & Hooker system -- System of plant classification by Bentham and Hooker
Wikipedia - Bentley Systems
Wikipedia - Beocenter 9500 -- Music system by Bang & Olufsen
Wikipedia - Bergen County Cooperative Library System
Wikipedia - Berkeley Fast File System
Wikipedia - Berkeley Open System for Skill Aggregation
Wikipedia - Berkeley Software Distribution -- Unix operating system
Wikipedia - Berkeley Systems
Wikipedia - Berkeley Timesharing System
Wikipedia - Berlin S-Bahn -- Rapid transit railway system in and around Berlin
Wikipedia - Best value procurement -- Procurement system
Wikipedia - Beta1 Sagittarii -- Binary star system in the constellation Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Beta Broadcasting System -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - Bettering the Evaluation and Care of Health -- Australian government healthcare evaluation system
Wikipedia - Betul Kirdar -- Turkish molecular and systems biologist
Wikipedia - BG Crucis -- Star system in the Crux constellation
Wikipedia - BGN/PCGN romanization -- Systems for transliteration of non-Latin text into the Latin script
Wikipedia - Bharat Operating System Solutions
Wikipedia - BharatQR -- QR code payment system in India
Wikipedia - Bhoj Metro -- Rapid transit system serving Bhopal, India
Wikipedia - Bibcode -- Code used to identify references in certain astronomical data systems
Wikipedia - BibSonomy -- Social bookmarking and publication-sharing system
Wikipedia - BiciMAD -- Public bicycle system in Madrid, Spain
Wikipedia - Bicol Isarog Transport System -- Bus company in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Bicycle-sharing system -- short-time bicycle rental service
Wikipedia - BigBlueButton -- Open source web conference system
Wikipedia - Billiards world rankings -- Ranking system for players of English billiards
Wikipedia - Billing and settlement plan -- Electronic billing system designed to facilitate the flow of data and funds between travel agencies and airlines
Wikipedia - Bill Joy -- American computer scientist and co-founder of Sun Microsystems
Wikipedia - Binary asteroid -- System of two asteroids orbiting their common center of mass
Wikipedia - Binary numeral system
Wikipedia - Binary system -- two astronomical bodies which orbit each other
Wikipedia - Binomial nomenclature -- System of identifying species of organisms using a two-part name
Wikipedia - Biochemical systems theory
Wikipedia - Biofeedback -- Process of gaining greater awareness of many physiological functions primarily using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will
Wikipedia - Biogeography of Deep-Water Chemosynthetic Ecosystems -- Project to determine the biogeography and understand the processes driving these systems
Wikipedia - Biogeography -- The study of the distribution of species and ecosystems in geographic space and through geological time
Wikipedia - Bioinformatics workflow management systems
Wikipedia - Biological oceanography -- The study of how organisms affect and are affected by the physics, chemistry, and geology of the oceanographic system
Wikipedia - Biological organisation -- Hierarchy of complex structures and systems within biological sciences
Wikipedia - Biological systems engineering
Wikipedia - Biological systems
Wikipedia - Biological system
Wikipedia - Biomaterial -- Any substance that has been engineered to interact with biological systems for a medical purpose
Wikipedia - Biomechanics -- Study of the structure and function of the mechanical aspects of biological systems
Wikipedia - Biomimetics -- Imitation of biological systems for the solving of human problems
Wikipedia - Biophysics -- Study of biological systems using methods from the physical sciences
Wikipedia - Bioregenerative life support system -- Artificial ecosystem
Wikipedia - Bioregionalism -- Political, cultural, and ecological system or set of views based on naturally defined areas called bioregions
Wikipedia - Bioregion -- Ecologically and geographically defined area smaller than a biogeographical realm, but larger than an ecoregion or an ecosystem
Wikipedia - BIOS-3 -- A closed ecosystem at the Institute of Biophysics in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
Wikipedia - BIOS parameter block -- Data structure holding volume geometry info in boot records of volumes with FAT, HPFS and NTFS file systems
Wikipedia - Biosphere 2 -- Artificial closed ecological system
Wikipedia - Biosphere -- The global sum of all ecosystems on Earth
Wikipedia - Biosystems engineering
Wikipedia - BioSystems
Wikipedia - Biotechnology -- Use of living systems and organisms to develop or make useful products
Wikipedia - Bipolar coordinates -- 2-dimensional orthogonal coordinate system based on Apollonian circles
Wikipedia - Birmingham gauge -- Wire gauge system used in medicine
Wikipedia - BlackBerry 10 -- Proprietary mobile operating system
Wikipedia - BlackBerry OS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Blackboard Learn -- Virtual learning environment and learning management system
Wikipedia - Blackboard system
Wikipedia - Black box (systems)
Wikipedia - Black box -- system where only the inputs and outputs can be viewed, and not its implementation
Wikipedia - Black screen of death -- Error screen displayed by some operating systems after encountering a critical system error which can cause the system to shut down
Wikipedia - Blackstone Library -- Library and building in the Chicago Public Library system in the United States
Wikipedia - Bladder cancer -- Urinary system cancer that begins in the urinary bladder
Wikipedia - Blaster Learning System -- Educational video game franchise
Wikipedia - Blauhohle -- Flooded cave system in Southern Germany
Wikipedia - BleachBit -- Free disk space cleaner, privacy manager, and computer system optimizer
Wikipedia - Bleeding -- Loss of blood escaping from the circulatory system
Wikipedia - Blissymbols -- ideographic writing system
Wikipedia - Bloch sphere -- Geometrical representation of the pure state space of a two-level quantum mechanical system
Wikipedia - Block and tackle -- system of two or more pulleys and a rope or cable
Wikipedia - Block heater -- Heating system for internal combustion engines to assist in starting in cold weather.
Wikipedia - Bloodhound (missile) -- Surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - Blood vessel -- Tubular structure of the circulatory system which transports blood
Wikipedia - Bloom's taxonomy -- Classification system in education
Wikipedia - Blowout (geomorphology) -- Depressions in a sand dune ecosystem caused by the removal of sediments by wind
Wikipedia - Bluebottle operating system
Wikipedia - Blue carbon -- The carbon captured by the world's coastal ocean ecosystems
Wikipedia - Blue screen of death -- Error screen displayed after a fatal system error on a Windows computer
Wikipedia - Blue System -- German pop group
Wikipedia - Blum-Goldwasser cryptosystem
Wikipedia - BM-21 Grad -- Multiple launch rocket system family of Soviet origin
Wikipedia - Bodok seal -- High pressure sealing washer used with pin index valve systems
Wikipedia - Boehm system -- System of keywork for the flute
Wikipedia - Boeing Airpower Teaming System -- Future UAV in development by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing Rotorcraft Systems -- 1960-2008 helicopter manufacturing subsidiary of The Boeing Company
Wikipedia - Boise Public Library -- Public library system in Idaho, United States
Wikipedia - Bologna Process -- System for compatibility of higher education qualifications in the European region
Wikipedia - Book:International System of Units
Wikipedia - Boot disk -- Removable disk from which a computer can boot an operating system
Wikipedia - Boot File System
Wikipedia - Borda count -- Voting system
Wikipedia - Borden System -- Archaeological numbering system used in Canada
Wikipedia - Boston line letter -- Tactile writing system, precursor to Braille
Wikipedia - Boston University Housing System -- Housing system for Boston University
Wikipedia - Bounce message -- Automated message from an email system
Wikipedia - Bound state -- System where a particle is subject to a potential such that the particle has a tendency to remain localised in one or more regions of space
Wikipedia - Bourne shell -- Command-line interpreter for operating systems
Wikipedia - Bow and arrow -- Pre-gunpowder ranged weapon system
Wikipedia - Bowes Railway -- British preserved standard gauge cable railway system (built 1826)
Wikipedia - Box orbit -- type of gravitational orbit seen in triaxial systems
Wikipedia - Brady disclosure -- Doctrine concerning evidence handling in the United States justice system
Wikipedia - Braille -- Tactile writing system for blind and visually impaired people
Wikipedia - Brain -- Organ that controls the nervous system in vertebrates and most invertebrates
Wikipedia - Brazilian jiu-jitsu ranking system -- colored belts signifying a practitioner's skill level in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Wikipedia - Breakup of the Bell System
Wikipedia - Breathing gas reclaim system -- Equipment to recover helium based breathing gas after use by divers
Wikipedia - Breitenbush Hot Springs (thermal mineral springs) -- Thermal spring system
Wikipedia - Bretton Woods system -- Financial-economic agreement reached in 1944
Wikipedia - Brian Deer Classification System
Wikipedia - Brian Wilson (systems scientist)
Wikipedia - BRICS Cable -- Planned optical fiber submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Bridge Information Systems -- Financial news and data provider
Wikipedia - Brightwood College -- Defunct system of for-profit colleges in the United States
Wikipedia - British Aerospace 146 -- Regional airliner family by British Aerospace, later BAE Systems
Wikipedia - British International School of Zagreb -- School following British education system in Zagreb, Croatia
Wikipedia - British military aircraft designation systems -- Aircraft type
Wikipedia - British Transport Hotels -- Hotel and catering business of the British national railway system
Wikipedia - Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation -- Japanese satellite operator
Wikipedia - Broadcast television systems -- Standards for terrestrial television signals
Wikipedia - Broadmoor Sirens -- Warning siren system in England
Wikipedia - Brocade Communications Systems
Wikipedia - Brooklyn Public Library -- Public library system in New York City
Wikipedia - Broward County Library -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Brownfield (software development) -- Deployment of new software systems in the immediate presence of existing (legacy) software
Wikipedia - Brownout (electricity) -- Drop in voltage in an electrical power supply system
Wikipedia - BSD (operating system)
Wikipedia - Btrfs -- B-tree file system
Wikipedia - Bubble curtain -- System that produces bubbles under water
Wikipedia - Buckminster Fuller -- American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor and futurist
Wikipedia - Buckwalter transliteration -- System for transliteration of the Arabic alphabet into the Latin alphabet
Wikipedia - Budapest Metro -- Rapid transport system of Budapest, Hungary
Wikipedia - Bug tracking system -- Software application that keeps track of reported software bugs
Wikipedia - Built-in breathing system -- System for supply of breathing gas on demand within a confined space
Wikipedia - Buk missile system -- Russian surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - Bulletin Board Systems
Wikipedia - Bulletin board system
Wikipedia - Bureaucracy -- Administrative system governing any large institution
Wikipedia - Burroughs large systems -- Range of mainframe computers in the 1960s and 70s
Wikipedia - Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Transit -- Light metro system in South Korea
Wikipedia - Busan Metro -- The subway system of Busan, South Korea
Wikipedia - Bus (computing) -- System that transfers data between components within a computer
Wikipedia - Business > Information Systems Engineering
Wikipedia - Business routes of Arkansas Highway 1 -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Business routes of Interstate 40 -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Business routes of Interstate 5 -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Business System 12
Wikipedia - Business Systems Planning
Wikipedia - Business systems
Wikipedia - Business system
Wikipedia - Business telephone system -- Multiline telephone system typically used in business environments
Wikipedia - Bus rapid transit -- Public transport system
Wikipedia - Bus upgrade zone -- Feature of Brisbane's public transport system
Wikipedia - B.Y.O.B. (song) -- 2005 single by System of a Down
Wikipedia - Byzantine fault -- Fault in a computer system that presents different symptoms to different observers
Wikipedia - C5-convertase -- Serine protease that plays key role in the innate immunity. It participates in the complement system ending with cell death.
Wikipedia - Cable car (railway) -- Cable-hauled mass transit system
Wikipedia - Cablelink -- Cable television system operator in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Cable protection system
Wikipedia - Cab Secure Radio -- British Rail driver/signaller communication system
Wikipedia - CADE ATP System Competition
Wikipedia - Cadence Design Systems
Wikipedia - Cadency -- System in heraldry to distinguish family members
Wikipedia - CADUCEUS (expert system)
Wikipedia - Caffeine -- A central nervous system stimulant
Wikipedia - Cairo Citadel Aqueduct -- Medieval aqueduct system in Cairo, Egypt.
Wikipedia - Cairo Metro -- Rapid transit system in Cairo, Egypt
Wikipedia - Calculus of Broadcasting Systems
Wikipedia - Calculus of Communicating Systems
Wikipedia - Calculus of communicating systems
Wikipedia - Caldera (company) -- Defunct American multinational operating system software company
Wikipedia - Calendar reform -- Significant revision of a calendar system
Wikipedia - Calendar -- A system for organizing the days of year.
Wikipedia - California Community Colleges -- Postsecondary education system in California, United States
Wikipedia - California Court Case Management System -- Judicial court case system
Wikipedia - California Environmental Resources Evaluation System -- program established to disseminate environmental and geoinformation electronic data about California
Wikipedia - California Freeway and Expressway System -- Highway system
Wikipedia - California High-Speed Rail -- System under construction and planning in the United States
Wikipedia - California Independent System Operator -- Oversees the operation of the U.S. state's electric power grid
Wikipedia - California State University -- Public university system in California, United States
Wikipedia - Callan Data Systems
Wikipedia - Callisto (moon) -- Second largest Galilean moon of Jupiter and third largest in the solar system
Wikipedia - Calypso (electronic ticketing system)
Wikipedia - Cambridge Algebra System -- Computer algebra system
Wikipedia - Cambridge Animation Systems -- British software company
Wikipedia - Cambridge Systems Technology
Wikipedia - Cam timer -- Electromechanical system for controlling events
Wikipedia - Canadian Aboriginal syllabics -- Writing systems for indigenous North American languages created in 1840 CE
Wikipedia - Canadian Arctic Rift System -- North American geological structure
Wikipedia - Canadian federalism -- Federal systems of Canada
Wikipedia - Canadian Indian residential school system -- Schools established to assimilate Indigenous children into Canadian culture.
Wikipedia - Canadian system of soil classification
Wikipedia - Cancer immunotherapy -- Artificial stimulation of the immune system to treat cancer
Wikipedia - Cango Caves -- Limestone cave system near Oudtshoorn, in the Western Cape Province of South Africa
Wikipedia - Canon EOS flash system -- 35 mm camera flash system
Wikipedia - Canonical coordinates -- sets of coordinates on phase space which can be used to describe a physical system
Wikipedia - Capability-based operating system
Wikipedia - Capacitance Electronic Disc -- Analog video disc playback system
Wikipedia - Capitalism -- Economic system based on private ownership
Wikipedia - Cardinal voting -- Electoral system which allows the voter to give each candidate an independent rating or grade
Wikipedia - CAREN -- Virtual reality system used for treatment and rehabilitation of human locomotion
Wikipedia - Caribbean University -- Private university system in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education -- Classification system for colleges and universities in the United States
Wikipedia - Carrier-sense multiple access -- system allowing transmitters to take turns on a shared media
Wikipedia - Cartesian Coordinate System
Wikipedia - Cartesian coordinate system -- Coordinate system
Wikipedia - Cartesianism -- Philosophical and scientific system of Rene Descartes
Wikipedia - Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies -- Non-profit organisation in the USA
Wikipedia - Casablanca Metro -- Proposed public transport system in Morocco
Wikipedia - Casablanca Tramway -- Tram system in Casablanca, Morocco
Wikipedia - Cascade filling system
Wikipedia - Cascading failure -- System of interconnected parts in which the failure of one or few parts can trigger the failure of others
Wikipedia - Case citation -- A system for uniquely identifying individual rulings of a court
Wikipedia - Casella Waste Systems -- American waste management company
Wikipedia - Case system
Wikipedia - Cash carrier -- Transport system used in shops to carry customers' payments to the cashier
Wikipedia - Cassini Grid -- Coordinate system used on British military maps
Wikipedia - Cassini-Huygens -- Spacecraft sent to the Saturn system
Wikipedia - Caste system in Goa -- Hindu and Christian caste system in the Indian state of Goa
Wikipedia - Caste system in India -- Caste system in India
Wikipedia - Caste system in Nepal
Wikipedia - Caste systems in Africa
Wikipedia - Caste system
Wikipedia - CASY cell counting technology -- Cell counting system
Wikipedia - Catadioptric system -- Optical system where refraction and reflection are combined
Wikipedia - Catalog of Nearby Habitable Systems -- Catalogue of star systems
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Wikipedia - Category A services -- Class of Canadian TV channel that all cable systems must carry
Wikipedia - Category:Astronomical dynamical systems
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Wikipedia - Category B services -- Class of Canadian cable TV channel not required to be on all cable systems
Wikipedia - Category:Capability systems
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Wikipedia - Causal fermion systems
Wikipedia - Causal fermion system
Wikipedia - Cavehill and Whitewell Tramway -- Tram system in Northern Ireland, later part of Belfast Tramways
Wikipedia - CCIE Certification -- Technical certification offered by Cisco Systems
Wikipedia - CCIR System B -- Analog television broadcasting system
Wikipedia - CCIR System G -- 625-line analog television transmission format
Wikipedia - CCleaner -- Suite of utilities for cleaning disk and operating system environment
Wikipedia - CC system
Wikipedia - CD Class 340 -- Czech multisystem electrical locomotive
Wikipedia - CEITON -- Workflow management system for media industry
Wikipedia - Celestial coordinate system -- System for specifying positions of celestial objects
Wikipedia - Cell signaling -- System of communication
Wikipedia - Celtic calendar -- Compilation of pre-Christian Celtic systems of timekeeping
Wikipedia - Centaur (small Solar System body)
Wikipedia - Centimetre-gram-second system of units -- Physical system of measurement that uses the centimetre, gram, and second as base units
Wikipedia - Central dogma of molecular biology -- Explanation of the flow of genetic information within a biological system
Wikipedia - Central Locator System -- American safety program
Wikipedia - Central Maryland Regional Transit -- Bus system and mobility management service in Maryland, U.S.
Wikipedia - Central melanocortin system -- System involved in the regulation of weight and peripheral tissue such as hair and skin
Wikipedia - Central-Mid-Levels escalator -- outdoor escalator and walkway system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Central nervous system disease -- Disease of the brain or spinal cord
Wikipedia - Central nervous system -- Brain and spinal cord
Wikipedia - Central processing unit -- Central component of any computer system which executes input/output, arithmetical, and logical operations
Wikipedia - Central Virginia Regional Library -- Library system serving a part of Virginia
Wikipedia - Centrifugal force -- An inertial force directed away from an axis passing through the origin of a coordinate system and parallel to an axis about which the coordinate system is rotating
Wikipedia - Centro Medico station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Certified Information Systems Auditor
Wikipedia - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
Wikipedia - Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control
Wikipedia - Cervix -- The lower part of the uterus in the human female reproductive system
Wikipedia - Chain Home -- Radar defence system in Britain in World War II
Wikipedia - Chakra (operating system) -- Linux distribution
Wikipedia - Chalk n Duster -- 2016 Indian drama film on education system
Wikipedia - Changcheng System -- geological formation
Wikipedia - Changi Airport Skytrain -- Automated people mover system in Singapore Changi Airport
Wikipedia - Chang Liyi -- Chinese control systems engineer and professor
Wikipedia - Channel pattern -- Characteristic geometry of a channel system
Wikipedia - Channel system (computer science) -- Finite-state machine with fifo buffers for memory
Wikipedia - Chaos magic -- Belief system
Wikipedia - Character encodings in HTML -- Use of encoding systems for international characters in HTML
Wikipedia - Character encoding -- System using a prescribed set of digital values to represent textual characters
Wikipedia - Charles County Public Schools -- School system in Maryland, US
Wikipedia - Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone -- a system of two parallel fracture zones interrupting the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between the Azores and Iceland
Wikipedia - Charter school -- School that operates independently of the local public school system
Wikipedia - Chatham House Rule -- System for holding debates and discussions on controversial issues
Wikipedia - Check MK -- System Monitoring Software
Wikipedia - Chengdu Metro -- Rapid transit system of Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Wikipedia - Cherokee syllabary -- Writing system invented by Sequoyah to write the Cherokee language
Wikipedia - Chess piece relative value -- Point-based valuation system for chess pieces
Wikipedia - Chess rating system -- System used in chess to estimate the strength of a player
Wikipedia - Chester County Library System -- Library system in southeastern Pennsylvania, United States
Wikipedia - Chevron Solarmine -- Solar photovoltaic power system in California, U.S.
Wikipedia - Chiasm (anatomy) -- Nerve crossings outside the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Chiba Urban Monorail -- Suspended monorail system in Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Chicago Franchise Systems, Inc. -- American restaurant company
Wikipedia - Chicago Harbor -- Harbor system in Chicago
Wikipedia - Chicago park and boulevard system -- Parks and boulevards in Chicago
Wikipedia - Chicago Public Library -- Public library system in Chicago, United States
Wikipedia - Chicago Public Schools -- Public school system of the municipal government of Chicago, Illinois
Wikipedia - Chicago "L" -- Rapid transit system in Chicago, Illinois, operated by the CTA
Wikipedia - Chicago River -- System of rivers and canals running through the city of Chicago
Wikipedia - Chi Cancri -- Binary star system in the constellation Cancer
Wikipedia - Chiefdom of Yongning -- Mosuo chiefdom under Chinese Tusi system
Wikipedia - Chief Whip of the Conservative Party -- Party official who oversees the whipping system in the party
Wikipedia - Children's hearing -- Part of the legal and welfare systems for children and young people in Scotland
Wikipedia - Children's Minnesota -- Children's hospital system
Wikipedia - China's spaceplane program -- Manned Spacecraft sub-system
Wikipedia - Chinese characters -- Logographic writing system used in the Sinosphere region
Wikipedia - Chinese financial system
Wikipedia - Chinese postal romanization -- System of romanization of Chinese place names
Wikipedia - Chi Sagittarii -- Triple binary star system in the constellation Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Chit fund -- Savings and credit system in India
Wikipedia - CHKDSK -- System tool in DOS, OS/2 and Windows
Wikipedia - ChM-aM-;M-/ Nom -- Writing system for the Vietnamese language using Chinese characters
Wikipedia - Cholecystokinin -- Hormone of the gastrointestinal system
Wikipedia - Chop Suey! (song) -- System of a Down song
Wikipedia - Chord link line (Kolkata Suburban Railway) -- Suburban railway system in Kolkata
Wikipedia - Chown -- Command used on Unix-like systems to change the owner of a file
Wikipedia - Christa Muth -- German systems scientist (born 1949)
Wikipedia - Christian Broadcasting System -- South Korean broadcaster
Wikipedia - Christian Television System -- South Korean broadcaster
Wikipedia - Christine Goodale -- American ecosystem ecologist
Wikipedia - Christology: A Biblical, Historical, and Systematic Study of Jesus
Wikipedia - Chrome OS -- Linux-based operating system developed by Google
Wikipedia - Chronic granulomatous disease -- Diverse group of hereditary diseases in which certain cells of the immune system have difficulty forming the reactive oxygen compounds used to kill certain ingested pathogens.
Wikipedia - Chrysler Comprehensive Compensation System
Wikipedia - Chukri System
Wikipedia - Church Educational System -- Educational system of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Wikipedia - Church of Scientology -- Organization devoted to the practice and the promotion of the Scientology belief system
Wikipedia - Cienega -- A wetland system unique to the American Southwest
Wikipedia - Cincom Systems
Wikipedia - CinemaScope -- Early widescreen filming system
Wikipedia - Circle route -- type of route in a public transport system
Wikipedia - Circulatory system -- Organ system for circulating blood in animals
Wikipedia - Circumventricular organs -- Interfaces between the brain and the circulatory system
Wikipedia - Cisco Systems -- American multinational technology company
Wikipedia - Citi Bike -- Bike sharing system in the New York City area
Wikipedia - Citizens band radio -- Land mobile radio system
Wikipedia - Citrix Systems -- American software company
Wikipedia - City University of New York -- Public university system in New York City
Wikipedia - Civil law (legal system) -- Legal system originating in continental Europe
Wikipedia - Cladistics -- A method of biological systematics in evolutionary biology
Wikipedia - Clandestine cell system
Wikipedia - Clarksville-Montgomery County School System -- School district in Tennessee, United States
Wikipedia - Classful network -- an early system for organizing the IPv4 address space
Wikipedia - Classical mechanics -- branch of physics concerned with the set of classical laws describing the non-relativistic motion of bodies under the action of a system of forces
Wikipedia - Classification of Indian cities -- City ranking system used in India
Wikipedia - Classification of mental disorders -- There are currently two widely established systems for classifying mental disorders
Wikipedia - ClearCube -- Computer systems maufacturer in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
Wikipedia - Clearing the neighbourhood -- One of three criteria for a celestial body to be considered a planet in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Clearwater Public Library System -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Clearwater Systems Corporation -- Water filtration company
Wikipedia - Client/Server Runtime Subsystem
Wikipedia - Climate change and ecosystems -- How increased greenhouse gases are affecting wildlife
Wikipedia - Climate engineering -- Deliberate and large-scale intervention in the EarthM-bM-^@M-^Ys climate system
Wikipedia - Climate risk -- Risk resulting from climate change and affecting natural and human systems and regions
Wikipedia - Climate system -- Interactions that create Earth's climate and may result in climate change
Wikipedia - Clinical coder -- health care professional whose main duties are to analyse clinical statements and assign standard codes using a classification system
Wikipedia - Clinical decision support system
Wikipedia - Clipper card -- Public transit ticketing system in San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States
Wikipedia - Cloaca Maxima -- One of the world's earliest sewage systems
Wikipedia - Closed ecological system -- Ecosystem that does not exchange matter with the exterior
Wikipedia - Closed system -- Does not allow certain types of transfers (such as transfer of matter) in or out of the system
Wikipedia - Close-in weapon system -- Type of point-defense weapon system
Wikipedia - Close (system call)
Wikipedia - Clustered filesystem
Wikipedia - Clustered file system -- Decentralized filesystem
Wikipedia - Cluster File Systems
Wikipedia - CMake -- Cross-platform, compiler-independent build system generator
Wikipedia - CMS file system
Wikipedia - CNAME record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS)
Wikipedia - CNK operating system
Wikipedia - Coal pollution mitigation -- Series of systems and technologies to mitigate the pollution associated with the burning of coal
Wikipedia - Coastal upwelling of the South Eastern Arabian Sea -- A typical eastern boundary upwelling system
Wikipedia - Coda (file system)
Wikipedia - CODA System
Wikipedia - Code of Points (artistic gymnastics) -- Rulebook that defines the scoring system in artistic gymnastics
Wikipedia - Code -- System of rules to convert information into another form or representation
Wikipedia - Codigo de Enderecamento Postal -- Brazilian postal code system commonly known as CEP
Wikipedia - Coding Accuracy Support System -- System for correcting US postal addresses
Wikipedia - Cognitive Assessment System
Wikipedia - Cognitive behavioral analysis system of psychotherapy
Wikipedia - Cognitive bias -- Systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment
Wikipedia - Cognitive system
Wikipedia - Coherent (operating system)
Wikipedia - Colebrooke River -- River in Northern Ireland, part of the Erne system
Wikipedia - Colin Robbins (software engineer) -- Chartered Director and Software Engineer credited for research work in distributed directory systems
Wikipedia - Collage theorem -- Characterises an iterated function system whose attractor is close to a given set
Wikipedia - Collective transferable vote -- A kind of proportional, preferential, transferable electoral system
Wikipedia - Colle System
Wikipedia - Collier Area Transit -- Public transit system in Collier County, Florida
Wikipedia - Collision avoidance system
Wikipedia - Colon classification -- A system of library classification developed by S. R. Ranganathan
Wikipedia - Colonization of the inner Solar System -- Proposed concepts for the human colonization of the inner Solar System
Wikipedia - Colorful Dragon -- 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System game
Wikipedia - ColorOS -- Android-based mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Columbia Broadcasting System
Wikipedia - Combined diesel-electric and gas -- Modification of the combined diesel and gas propulsion system for ships
Wikipedia - Combined sewer -- Sewage collection system of pipes and tunnels designed to also collect surface runoff
Wikipedia - Comdb2 -- Database management system, relational, open source, developed by Bloomberg LP
Wikipedia - Comet -- Icy small Solar System body
Wikipedia - Commercial aviation -- Transport system providing air transport for hire
Wikipedia - Commercial Operating System (COS)
Wikipedia - Commodore 64 Games System -- Video game console
Wikipedia - Common Lisp Object System
Wikipedia - Common Log File System
Wikipedia - Common Open Software Environment -- Operating system standards initiative
Wikipedia - Common practice period -- Era of the tonal system between the mid-17th to early 20th centuries
Wikipedia - Common Type System
Wikipedia - Common Unix Printing System
Wikipedia - Commonwealth Fusion Systems -- American company aiming to build a compact fusion power plant
Wikipedia - Communication protocol -- System for exchanging messages between computing systems
Wikipedia - Communications panel -- Surface control panel for underwater diving voice communications system
Wikipedia - Communications protection -- Application of communications security measures to telecommunications systems
Wikipedia - Communications system
Wikipedia - Communication system
Wikipedia - Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems
Wikipedia - Communism -- Political ideology and socioeconomic system advocating common ownership without classes, money or the state
Wikipedia - Community Earth System Model -- A fully coupled numerical simulation of Earth systems
Wikipedia - Community Health Systems -- U.S. healthcare company
Wikipedia - Community Memory -- Public computerized bulletin board system
Wikipedia - CommunityViz -- Extensions to ArcGIS Geographic Information System software
Wikipedia - Compact Disc File System
Wikipedia - Comparative law -- Study of relationship between legal systems
Wikipedia - Comparative Study of Electoral Systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of BSD operating systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of distributed file systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of file systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of heavy lift launch systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of mobile operating systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of object database management systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of object-relational database management systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of open-source operating systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of operating system kernels
Wikipedia - Comparison of operating systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of payment systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of real-time operating systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of relational database management systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of streaming media systems
Wikipedia - Comparison of X Window System desktop environments -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Compass card (British Columbia) -- Public transit fare collection system in Metro Vancouver, Canada
Wikipedia - Compass navigation system
Wikipedia - Compatible Time-Sharing System
Wikipedia - Compile and go system
Wikipedia - Compiz -- Compositing window manager for the X Window System
Wikipedia - Complement component 4 -- Protein involved in the intricate complement system
Wikipedia - Complement system -- Part of the immune system that enhances the ability of antibodies and phagocytic cells to clear microbes and damaged cells
Wikipedia - Complex adaptive systems
Wikipedia - Complex adaptive system
Wikipedia - Complex-base system -- Positional numeral system
Wikipedia - Complex early seral forest -- Type of ecosystem present after a major disturbance
Wikipedia - Complexity -- Properties of systems that cannot be simply described or modeled
Wikipedia - Complex number -- Element of a number system in which -1 has a square root
Wikipedia - Complex Systems (journal)
Wikipedia - Complex systems theory
Wikipedia - Complex Systems
Wikipedia - Complex systems
Wikipedia - Complex system -- System composed of many interacting components
Wikipedia - Comprehensive Display System
Wikipedia - CompuCom Systems -- Technology services provider based in South Carolina, U.S.
Wikipedia - Computational systems biology
Wikipedia - Compute Node Linux -- Runtime environment based on the Linux kernel for several Cray supercomputer systems based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Wikipedia - Computer accessibility -- Ability of a computer system to be used by all people
Wikipedia - Computer Algebra System
Wikipedia - Computer algebra system
Wikipedia - Computer Animation Production System
Wikipedia - Computer architecture -- Set of rules and methods that describe the functionality, organization, and implementation of computer systems
Wikipedia - Computer reservation system
Wikipedia - Computer security -- The protection of computer systems from theft or damage
Wikipedia - Computer-supported cooperative work -- Field studying how people work in groups with the support of computing systems
Wikipedia - Computer systems in the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - Computer Systems Research Group
Wikipedia - Computer systems
Wikipedia - Computer system
Wikipedia - Computer terminal -- Computer input/output device; an electronic or electromechanical hardware device that is used for entering data into, and displaying data from, a computer or a computing system update programming
Wikipedia - Conceptual systems
Wikipedia - Conceptual system
Wikipedia - Concurrent systems
Wikipedia - Concurrent system
Wikipedia - Concurrent Versions System
Wikipedia - Conditional access -- System used to prevent non-paying customers from accessing content that requires payment
Wikipedia - Condor High-Throughput Computing System
Wikipedia - Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems
Wikipedia - Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Wikipedia - Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research
Wikipedia - Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems
Wikipedia - Confidence-based learning -- System which distinguishes between what learners think and actually know
Wikipedia - Confidential incident reporting -- System to allow safety problems to be reported in confidence
Wikipedia - Configuration entropy -- Portion of a system's entropy that is related to discrete representative positions of its constituent particles
Wikipedia - Confucian court examination system in Vietnam
Wikipedia - Confucianism -- Chinese ethical and philosophical system
Wikipedia - Conical scanning -- System used in radar to improve accuracy
Wikipedia - Connectionist expert system
Wikipedia - Connector (road) -- Part of road system
Wikipedia - Conservation Geoportal -- Online geoportal of geographic information systems
Wikipedia - Conservative system
Wikipedia - Consistency (database systems)
Wikipedia - Constructed script -- New writing system specifically created by an individual or group, rather than having evolved as part of a language or culture like a natural script
Wikipedia - Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems -- Coordinator of data standards for space communication
Wikipedia - Contact binary (small Solar System body) -- Small Solar System body that is composed of two bodies
Wikipedia - Contact dynamics -- Motion of multibody systems
Wikipedia - Container-based sanitation -- Sanitation system
Wikipedia - Containerization -- Intermodal freight transport system
Wikipedia - Content ID (system)
Wikipedia - Content management system -- Software application for managing the creation and modification of digital content
Wikipedia - Context-aware pervasive systems
Wikipedia - Continental System -- Embargo of Napoleonic Europe against Britain
Wikipedia - Continuous track -- System of vehicle propulsion
Wikipedia - Contract farming -- system of agricultural production involving a prior agreement between the buyer and producer that may specify quality and other criteria, input supply and technical support from the buyer and, often, an agreed price
Wikipedia - Control-Alt-Delete -- Computer keyboard shortcut that triggers a reboot or system security function
Wikipedia - Control engineering -- Engineering discipline that applies automatic control theory to design systems with desired behaviors
Wikipedia - Control systems
Wikipedia - Control system
Wikipedia - Control theory -- Branch of engineering and mathematics that deals with the behavior of dynamical systems with inputs, and how their behavior is modified by feedback
Wikipedia - Conversational Monitor System
Wikipedia - Conversion disorder -- Diagnostic category used in some psychiatric classification systems
Wikipedia - Convertible husbandry -- Historic system of farming alternating land between arable land and pasture
Wikipedia - Conveyor belt -- Close-loop rubber band used in motorized conveying system
Wikipedia - Conveyor system -- Equipment used for conveying materials
Wikipedia - Conway's law -- Adage stating that organizations design systems that mirror their own communication structure
Wikipedia - Cooke and Wheatstone telegraph -- Early electrical telegraph system dating from the 1830s
Wikipedia - Coolant -- Substance used to reduce or regulate the temperature of a system
Wikipedia - Cooling capacity -- Measure of a cooling system's ability to remove heat
Wikipedia - Cooperative breeding -- Social system
Wikipedia - Coordinated Incident Management System -- Emergency response system in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Coordinate system -- System for determining the position of a point by a tuple of scalars
Wikipedia - COPINE scale -- System for rating the severity of images of child sex abuse
Wikipedia - Copland (operating system)
Wikipedia - CopperheadOS -- Mobile operating system focused on privacy and security
Wikipedia - COPS (software) -- First widespread vulnerability scanner for Unix operating systems
Wikipedia - Coquitlam Public Library -- Public library system in British Columbia
Wikipedia - Cornering brake control -- Automotive safety system
Wikipedia - Cornerstone Schools (Michigan) -- System of charter schools in Detroit, Michigan, United States
Wikipedia - Corporate Headquarters Office Technology System
Wikipedia - Corrective maintenance -- Maintenance task performed to identify, isolate, and rectify a fault so that the failed equipment, machine, or system can be restored to an operational condition
Wikipedia - Correlation function (statistical mechanics) -- Measure of a system's order
Wikipedia - Cortex System
Wikipedia - Cortical bundle -- Vascular system in cacti
Wikipedia - Cortico-basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical loop -- System of neural circuits in the brain
Wikipedia - Cosmic Ray Subsystem -- Instrument aboard the ''Voyager 1'' and ''Voyager 2'' spacecraft
Wikipedia - Cosmic ray -- High-energy particle, mainly originating outside the Solar system
Wikipedia - Cosmos (operating system)
Wikipedia - Cosmos -- The universe as a complex and orderly system or entity
Wikipedia - Cost-benefit analysis -- Systematic approach to estimating the strengths and weaknesses of alternatives
Wikipedia - Counterpoise (ground system)
Wikipedia - Counter rocket, artillery, and mortar -- Systems to destroy incoming rockets, artillery, and mortar rounds
Wikipedia - Counterweight -- Equivalent weight that balances a system
Wikipedia - County routes in California -- County-operated highway system in California
Wikipedia - Court system of Niue -- Court system in Niue
Wikipedia - CP/CMS -- IBM operating system specializing in virtualization
Wikipedia - CP System
Wikipedia - CP-V operating system
Wikipedia - Craftsbury Schools -- Public school system in Craftsbury, Vermont
Wikipedia - Crankcase ventilation system -- System to relieve pressure in a combustion engine's crankcase
Wikipedia - Crank the System -- 2000 single by Superheist
Wikipedia - Cranston Public Library -- Public library system in Rhode Island, US
Wikipedia - Cravath System -- Set of business management principles first developed at Cravath, Swaine & Moore
Wikipedia - Cray Business Systems Division
Wikipedia - Cray Time Sharing System
Wikipedia - CrDroid -- Free and open-source operating system based on LineageOS Android
Wikipedia - Cresmina Dune -- dune system on the edge of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, Portugal
Wikipedia - Cretan hieroglyphs -- Undecyphered bronze-age Cretan writing system
Wikipedia - Criminal justice system
Wikipedia - Criminal justice -- System of governments directed at mitigating crime, or sanctioning those who violate laws with criminal penalties and rehabilitation efforts
Wikipedia - CRISPR-Display -- modification of the CRISPR/Cas9 system for genome editing
Wikipedia - Critical mass (sociodynamics) -- A sufficient participation, in number of persons (or adopters of an innovation in a social system), that triggs a new behaviour; or where the rate of adoption becomes self-sustaining and creates further growth.
Wikipedia - Criticism of democracy -- Issues and problems associated with democratic political systems
Wikipedia - Cronquist system -- System of plant classification
Wikipedia - Cron -- Time-based job scheduler for Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - Crore -- 100 lakh in the Indian numbering system (10 million)
Wikipedia - Crossbeam Systems -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Cross sea -- A sea state with two wave systems traveling at oblique angles
Wikipedia - Cryptanalysis -- study of analyzing information systems in order to discover their hidden aspects
Wikipedia - Cryptosystem -- Suite of cryptographic algorithms needed to implement a particular security service
Wikipedia - Crystallography and NMR system
Wikipedia - Crystal system -- Classification of crystalline materials by their three-dimensional structural geometry
Wikipedia - CSD Class ES 499.2 -- Multisystem electric locomotive
Wikipedia - CTV 2 -- Canadian television system
Wikipedia - Cub Linux -- Computer operating system
Wikipedia - Cuevas Las Cabachuelas -- Cave system in Morovis, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Cult of Reason -- State-sponsored atheist belief system during the French Revolution
Wikipedia - Cultural systems
Wikipedia - Cultural system
Wikipedia - Cultural technology -- South Korean marketing system
Wikipedia - Culture of poverty -- Social theory asserting that value systems perpetuate poverty
Wikipedia - Cupey station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Curved space diamond structure -- Modular building system
Wikipedia - Customer data platform -- Software creating a unified customer database accessible to other systems
Wikipedia - CX (audio) -- Noise reduction system for recorded analog audio
Wikipedia - Cybercrimes Act in Tanzania -- Law in Tanzania for criminalizing offences related to computer systems and Information Communication Technologies; provides for investigation, collection, and use of electronic evidence in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar
Wikipedia - Cybernetics and Systems -- scientific journal of cybernetics and systems science
Wikipedia - Cyber-physical system -- Engineered systems built and operated with seamless integration physical components and computation
Wikipedia - Cyclophosphamide -- Medication used as chemotherapy and to suppress the immune system
Wikipedia - Cyclorotor -- Perpendicular axis marine propulsion system
Wikipedia - Cylon Controls -- Irish building management systems company
Wikipedia - Cypress Systems -- Biotech company headquartered in Madera, California
Wikipedia - D20 System
Wikipedia - D6 System
Wikipedia - Dabbawala -- Lunchbox delivery and return system for people at work in India, especially in Mumbai
Wikipedia - Dairy cattle evaluation -- systems for rating dairy cattle
Wikipedia - Dale Ball Trails -- A hiking trail system
Wikipedia - Dalian Metro -- Rapid transit system of Dalian, Liaoning, China
Wikipedia - Dalit -- Marginalized communities in the South Asian caste system
Wikipedia - Dame -- Female equivalent of the honour of knighthood in British and Commonwealth honours systems
Wikipedia - Dam safety system -- Emergency alert system for dams
Wikipedia - Danhai light rail -- Light rail transit system in Taiwan
Wikipedia - Darian calendar -- System of time-keeping for future human settlers on Mars
Wikipedia - Dartmouth Time Sharing System
Wikipedia - Dartmouth Time-Sharing System
Wikipedia - Darwin (operating system) -- Computer operating system
Wikipedia - Dastgah -- Persian musical modal system
Wikipedia - Database management systems
Wikipedia - Database management system
Wikipedia - Database systems
Wikipedia - Database system
Wikipedia - Data circuit-terminating equipment -- communications system component
Wikipedia - Data Design System
Wikipedia - Data-driven control system
Wikipedia - Data lake -- System or repository of data stored in its natural/raw format
Wikipedia - Data processing system
Wikipedia - Datasheet -- Technical document summarizing performance and constraints of system components
Wikipedia - Data signaling rate -- Aggregate rate at which data pass a point in the transmission path of a data transmission system
Wikipedia - Data systems
Wikipedia - David Ing -- Canadian systems scientist (born 1957)
Wikipedia - David K. Barton -- American radar systems engineer
Wikipedia - David Rousseau -- British systems philosopher
Wikipedia - Da Vinci Surgical System -- A robotic surgical system
Wikipedia - DBase -- Database management system
Wikipedia - Dead Hand -- Cold-War-era nuclear-control system used by the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - Dean-Woodcock Neuropsychological Assessment System
Wikipedia - Decentralised system
Wikipedia - Decentralized wastewater system -- Processes to convey, treat and dispose or reuse wastewater from small communities and alike
Wikipedia - Decimalisation -- Process of converting a currency from a non-decimal denominations to a decimal system
Wikipedia - Decimal numeral system
Wikipedia - Decimal -- Numeral system with ten as its base
Wikipedia - Decision support systems
Wikipedia - Decision support system
Wikipedia - Decline and abolition of the poor law system -- Change in English welfare system
Wikipedia - DECsystem-10
Wikipedia - DECSYSTEM-20
Wikipedia - DEC Systems Research Center
Wikipedia - DECsystem
Wikipedia - Dedicated outdoor air system
Wikipedia - Deductive system
Wikipedia - Deed of Grant in Trust -- System of community-level land trust established in Queensland to administer Aboriginal land
Wikipedia - DeepFace -- Deep learning facial recognition system
Wikipedia - Deep-ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis -- A component of an enhanced tsunami warning system
Wikipedia - Deep Space Systems -- American Aerospace Company
Wikipedia - De facto standard -- Custom, convention, product, or system that holds a dominant position by public acceptance or market forces
Wikipedia - Defense Information Systems Agency
Wikipedia - Defense Land Systems -- Indian company making military vehicles
Wikipedia - Defense Travel System
Wikipedia - Degrees of freedom (mechanics) -- Number of independent parameters that define the configuration or state of a mechanical system.
Wikipedia - De Jussieu system -- Late 18th century system of plant taxonomy by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu, introducing hierarchical arrangement of families
Wikipedia - Delaware State Route System -- Overview of the State Route System of Delaware
Wikipedia - Delhi Metro -- Rapid transit system in India serving Delhi and surrounding region
Wikipedia - Delta Andromedae -- Multiple star system in the constellation Andromeda
Wikipedia - Delta Broadcasting System -- Philippine television network
Wikipedia - Delta Herculis -- A multiple star system in the constellation Hercules
Wikipedia - Delta II -- American space launch system
Wikipedia - Delta IV -- active expendable launch system in the Delta rocket family
Wikipedia - Delta Tauri -- Three star systems in the constellation Taurus
Wikipedia - Democracy -- System of government of, for and by the people
Wikipedia - Demographic transition -- Transition from high birth and death rates to lower birth and death rates as a country or region develops from a pre-industrial to an industrialized economic system
Wikipedia - Denel 35mm Dual Purpose Gun -- Type of naval close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Densely packed decimal -- an efficient system of binary encoding for decimal digits used in decimal floating point
Wikipedia - Density matrix renormalization group -- Numerical variational technique devised to obtain the low energy physics of quantum many-body systems with high accuracy
Wikipedia - Density matrix -- Matrix describing a quantum system in a pure or mixed state, a statistical mixture of quantum states
Wikipedia - Density of states -- Describes the number of states per interval of energy at each energy level available to be occupied in a system
Wikipedia - Dentatorubral-pallidoluysian atrophy -- Congenital disorder of nervous system
Wikipedia - Dependability -- Measure of a system's availability, reliability, and its maintainability, and maintenance support performance
Wikipedia - Deployment environment -- Computer system in which a computer program or software component is deployed and executed
Wikipedia - Deportivo station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Derailleur gears -- Variable-ratio transmission system commonly used on bicycles
Wikipedia - Derive (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Descent propulsion system
Wikipedia - Deschooling -- Transition from the school system to homeschooling
Wikipedia - Deseret alphabet -- 19th century phonetic writing system devised by the LDS Church
Wikipedia - Desert climate -- Arid climate subtype in the Koppen climate classification system
Wikipedia - Design -- Drafting of a plan or convention for the construction of an object or of a system; process of creation; act of creativity and innovation
Wikipedia - Desi Namu -- Accounting system
Wikipedia - Detecting Earth from distant star-based systems -- Detecting Earth as an exoplanet
Wikipedia - Deterministic system (philosophy)
Wikipedia - Deterministic system
Wikipedia - Developmental systems theory
Wikipedia - Development of the digestive system -- The mechanisms that form the digestive system
Wikipedia - Development of the endocrine system -- The mechanisms that form the endocrine system
Wikipedia - Development of the nervous system in humans -- The mechanisms that form the human nervous system
Wikipedia - Development of the nervous system -- The process whose specific outcome is the progression of nervous tissue over time, from its formation to its mature state.
Wikipedia - Development of the reproductive system -- The mechanisms that form the reproductive system
Wikipedia - Development of the urinary system -- The mechanisms that form the urinary system
Wikipedia - Development of Windows Vista -- Overview of the development of Microsoft's 2007 operating system
Wikipedia - Device file system
Wikipedia - Devonian System
Wikipedia - Dewey Decimal Classification -- Library classification system
Wikipedia - Dewey Decimal System
Wikipedia - Dhaka Metro Rail -- Future rail system in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Wikipedia - D'Hondt method -- Voting system
Wikipedia - Diablo Data Systems -- Computer hardware company, printers, disk drives
Wikipedia - Diablo Systems
Wikipedia - Dialectical logic -- System of laws of thought
Wikipedia - Dialog systems
Wikipedia - Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems -- Book by Galileo Galilei
Wikipedia - Dialogue system
Wikipedia - Diamond Reef System -- System for training divers in buoyancy, trim and maneuvering skills
Wikipedia - Diego antigen system -- Human blood group system
Wikipedia - Die Naturlichen Pflanzenfamilien -- German textbook on plant systematics, initially published 1887-1915
Wikipedia - Differential GPS -- Enhancement to the Global Positioning System providing improved accuracy
Wikipedia - Diffraction-limited system -- Optical system with resolution performance at the instrument's theoretical limit
Wikipedia - Diffused lighting camouflage -- Active camouflage system for Second World War ships
Wikipedia - Digestive system
Wikipedia - Digital Accessible Information System -- Technical standard for digital audiobooks, periodicals and computerized text
Wikipedia - Digital Access Signalling System 1 -- Proprietary protocol providing ISDN services
Wikipedia - Digital anchor -- Use of a location system and dynamic positioning control to maintain position
Wikipedia - Digital Collection System Network
Wikipedia - Digital Compact Cassette -- Philips-developed system with digital audio on compact cassette
Wikipedia - Digital cross connect system -- Telecommunications equipment
Wikipedia - Digital Multiplex System -- Electronic telephone switch
Wikipedia - Digital systems
Wikipedia - Dilma Da Silva -- Brazilian-American systems software researcher
Wikipedia - Diplomatic Wireless Service -- British communications system
Wikipedia - Dirac bracket -- Quantization method for constrained Hamiltonian systems with second-class constraints
Wikipedia - Directional Infrared Counter Measures -- System to protect aircraft from heat seeking portable missiles
Wikipedia - Directorial system
Wikipedia - Directory (file systems)
Wikipedia - Direct Recording Electronic with integrity -- E2E verifiable e-voting system
Wikipedia - Direct Rendering Manager -- Subsystem of the Linux kernel
Wikipedia - Disability classification in judo -- Medical classification system for disability judo
Wikipedia - Disc Filing System
Wikipedia - Discipline -- Action or inaction that is regulated to be in accordance with a particular system of governance
Wikipedia - Discoveries of exoplanets -- Detecting planets located outside the Solar System
Wikipedia - Discovery system (AI research)
Wikipedia - Discovery system (bibliographic search)
Wikipedia - Discrete dynamical system
Wikipedia - Discrete event dynamic system
Wikipedia - Discrete system
Wikipedia - Disk operating system
Wikipedia - Disneyland Railroad (Paris) -- Steam railroad system at the Disneyland park in the Disneyland Paris Resort
Wikipedia - Disneyland Railroad -- Steam railroad system at the Disneyland park in the Disneyland Resort
Wikipedia - Disney Transport -- Transportation system of Walt Disney World
Wikipedia - Disparate system -- Data processing system without interaction with other computer data processing systems
Wikipedia - Dispensationalism -- Religious interpretive system and metanarrative for the Bible
Wikipedia - Dissident -- Person who actively challenges an established political or religious system
Wikipedia - Dissipative system -- a thermodynamically open system which is operating out of, and often far from, thermodynamic equilibrium in an environment with which it exchanges energy and matter
Wikipedia - Distant Early Warning Line -- Former system of radar stations in the far northern Arctic region of Canada
Wikipedia - Distributed computing -- System whose components are located on different networked computers
Wikipedia - Distributed Concurrent Versions System
Wikipedia - Distributed Control System
Wikipedia - Distributed database management system
Wikipedia - Distributed Event-Based Systems
Wikipedia - Distributed file system for cloud
Wikipedia - Distributed File System (Microsoft)
Wikipedia - Distributed file systems
Wikipedia - Distributed file system
Wikipedia - Distributed operating system -- Operating system designed to operate on multiple systems over a network
Wikipedia - Distributed parameter systems
Wikipedia - Distributed parameter system -- System with an infinite-dimensional state-space
Wikipedia - Distributed Replicated Block Device -- Distributed replicated storage system for Linux
Wikipedia - Distributed Systems
Wikipedia - Distributed systems
Wikipedia - Distributed system
Wikipedia - Distribution transformer -- Transformer that provides the final voltage transformation in an electric power distribution system
Wikipedia - District Development Council -- Indian political system
Wikipedia - District heating -- System for distributing heat generated in a centralized location for residential and commercial heating requirements
Wikipedia - District of Columbia Public Schools -- American public school system of the District of Columbia
Wikipedia - DIVA-GIS -- Geographic information system software program
Wikipedia - Diver weighting systems -- Ballast carried by underwater divers to counteract buoyancy
Wikipedia - Diving hand signals -- A form of sign system used to communicate underwater
Wikipedia - Diving systems technician
Wikipedia - Diving systems technician -- Diving systems technician
Wikipedia - Diving weighting system -- Ballast carried by underwater divers and diving equipment to counteract buoyancy
Wikipedia - Division of labour -- Separation of tasks in any system so that participants may specialise
Wikipedia - Divvy -- Chicago-based bike sharing system
Wikipedia - DMZ (computing) -- Subnetwork of a system exposed to external world
Wikipedia - Docklands Light Railway -- Automated light metro system in the Docklands area of London, England
Wikipedia - DOCSIS -- Standard for computer networking over a cable television system
Wikipedia - Document management system
Wikipedia - Dogcow -- Symbol on early Apple operating systems
Wikipedia - Dolby SR -- Analogue noise reduction system
Wikipedia - Dolce Gusto -- Espresso machine/coffee capsule system
Wikipedia - Domain Awareness System
Wikipedia - Domain Name System-based Blackhole List
Wikipedia - Domain Name System Security Extensions -- Suite of IETF specifications for securing certain kinds of information provided by DNS
Wikipedia - Domain name system
Wikipedia - Domain Name System -- Hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network
Wikipedia - Domenech station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Dominant-party system
Wikipedia - Dominion Voting Systems -- Canadian electronic voting systems company
Wikipedia - Dongguan Rail Transit -- Metro system of Donguan, Guangdong, China
Wikipedia - Donna D. Shipton -- Former Vice Commander of the Space and Missile Systems Commander
Wikipedia - DORIS (satellite system) -- Doppler-radio-based system for determination of satellite orbits and ground station locations
Wikipedia - DOS -- Group of closely related PC-compatible operating systems
Wikipedia - Double-entry bookkeeping system
Wikipedia - Double integrator -- second-order control system
Wikipedia - Draft:Asian countries in the system of international relations -- Book
Wikipedia - Draft:Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements -- Ranking system of Indian institutions of technical education
Wikipedia - Draft:Bus rapid transit Jodhpur -- Bus rapid transit system in Jodhpur
Wikipedia - Draft:Cablebus -- Mexican public transport system project
Wikipedia - Draft:Construction Information Systems, Inc. -- American Construction Project Leads Company
Wikipedia - Draft:CoronaWiper -- UV Disinfection Systems
Wikipedia - Draft:CSV (storage engine) -- Storage engine for the MySQL relational database management systems
Wikipedia - Draft:Cyclone Liua -- A short lived tropical system that formed in mid 2018
Wikipedia - Draft:Detecting Earth from distant star-based systems -- Detecting Earth as an exoplanet
Wikipedia - Draft:DuckDB -- Serverless relational database management system (RDBMS)
Wikipedia - Draft:System Heartbeat -- IT Software Company
Wikipedia - Draft:System Level Solutions -- American marketing software company
Wikipedia - Dragon curve -- Fractal constructible with L-systems
Wikipedia - Dragon Warriors -- fantasy role playing game system
Wikipedia - Drag reduction system -- Form of driver adjustable bodywork aimed at reducing aerodynamic drag in order to increase top speed and promote overtaking
Wikipedia - Dreams (video game) -- Sandbox video game and game creation system
Wikipedia - Drilling rig -- Integrated system that drills wells
Wikipedia - Drive for Diversity -- Development system
Wikipedia - Driver development program -- System designed for young racing drivers to perfect their racing skills
Wikipedia - Drivetrain Systems International -- Australian automotive parts company
Wikipedia - Dr. No (song) -- 2008 single by Systems in Blue
Wikipedia - Drobe -- Computing news web site with a focus on the RISC OS operating system
Wikipedia - Drug Abuse Warning Network -- Public health surveillance system
Wikipedia - Drupal -- Web content management system
Wikipedia - DS Tucanae -- Binary star system
Wikipedia - DTS (sound system) -- series of multichannel audio technologies
Wikipedia - Dualism (cybernetics) -- Systems or problems in which one or more intelligent adversaries attempt to exploit the weaknesses of the investigator
Wikipedia - Dual-mode transit -- Transportation system in which vehicles operate on both public roads and on a guideway
Wikipedia - Dual-phase evolution -- A process that drives self-organization within complex adaptive systems
Wikipedia - Dual systems model
Wikipedia - Dubai route numbering system -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Dublin tramways -- Transport system in Dublin, 1871-1959
Wikipedia - Dubtribe Sound System -- Electronic musical group from California
Wikipedia - Duct (industrial exhaust) -- Pipe systems
Wikipedia - Duffy antigen system -- Human blood group classification
Wikipedia - Duke University Medical Center Patient Rapid Transit -- A transport system in Duke University Medical Center
Wikipedia - Dup (system call)
Wikipedia - Durability (database systems)
Wikipedia - Dwarf forest -- A type of forest ecosystem
Wikipedia - D-Wave Systems -- Canadian Quantum Computing Company
Wikipedia - Dynamical systems theory
Wikipedia - Dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Dynamical system -- Mathematical model which describes the time dependence of a point in a geometrical space
Wikipedia - Dynamic positioning -- Automatic ship station- and heading-holding systems
Wikipedia - Dynamic simulation -- Computer modeling of time-varying behavior of a dynamical system
Wikipedia - Dynamic Systems Development Method
Wikipedia - Dynamic systems development method
Wikipedia - Dynamic systems theory
Wikipedia - Dynamic systems
Wikipedia - Dynamic system
Wikipedia - Dynamo (storage system)
Wikipedia - Dynkin system
Wikipedia - Dysarthria -- Motor speech disorder cause by damage to motor systems
Wikipedia - Dysautonomia -- Any disease or malfunction of the autonomic nervous system
Wikipedia - Dyson (operating system)
Wikipedia - Early Warning and Response System -- European communicable disease communication system
Wikipedia - Early warning system
Wikipedia - Earthly Branches -- East Asian system of 12 ordinals
Wikipedia - Earth Observing System -- NASA program involving satellites
Wikipedia - Earth Point -- Idaho real estate listings mapping system
Wikipedia - Earthquake Early Warning (Japan) -- Japanese system to alert of impending earthquakes
Wikipedia - Earth system analysis
Wikipedia - Earth System Governance Project -- Long-term, interdisciplinary social science research programme
Wikipedia - Earth system governance -- Governance concept
Wikipedia - Earth system science -- The scientific study of the Earth's spheres and their natural integrated systems
Wikipedia - Earth systems engineering and management
Wikipedia - Earth systems model of intermediate complexity -- Class of climate models
Wikipedia - EASSy -- Submarine fibre optic cable system
Wikipedia - Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court -- Caribbean court system established under the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Wikipedia - Eastern Mediterranean Optical System 1 -- Submarine fibre optic cable system
Wikipedia - EBCDIC -- An eight-bit character encoding system invented by IBM
Wikipedia - E! (Canadian TV system) -- Former Canadian Television System
Wikipedia - ECFS (cable system) -- Submarine fibre optic cable system
Wikipedia - Echo Caves -- Cave system in South Africa
Wikipedia - Echo chamber (media) -- Situation that reinforces beliefs by repetition inside a closed system
Wikipedia - Ecma International -- Standards organization for information and communication systems
Wikipedia - Ecolabel -- labeling systems for food and consumer products
Wikipedia - Ecological art -- Genre of art engaging ecological systems
Wikipedia - Ecological collapse -- A situation where an ecosystem suffers a drastic, possibly permanent, reduction in carrying capacity for all organisms
Wikipedia - Ecological engineering -- Use of ecology and engineering to predict, design, construct or restore, and manage ecosystems that integrate "human society with its natural environment for the benefit of both"
Wikipedia - Ecological indicator -- Attributes of ecosystems which signify their health
Wikipedia - Ecological literacy -- Ability to understand natural systems and their interactions
Wikipedia - Ecological pyramid -- Graphical representation designed to show the biomass or biomass productivity at each trophic level in a given ecosystem
Wikipedia - Ecological resilience -- Capacity of ecosystems to resist and recover from change
Wikipedia - Ecological Systems Theory
Wikipedia - Ecological systems theory
Wikipedia - Ecological yield -- Harvestable population growth in an ecosystem
Wikipedia - Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems -- Book by Michael Begon, Colin Townsend and John Harper
Wikipedia - Ecology of the North Cascades -- Ecosystems of the Cascade mountain range in northern Washington state and southern British Columbia
Wikipedia - E-commerce payment system
Wikipedia - Economic Court of Belarus -- Top-tier court system in Belarus
Wikipedia - Economic planning -- resource allocation system based on a computational procedure
Wikipedia - Economic systems
Wikipedia - Economic system -- System of ownership, production and exchange
Wikipedia - Ecophagy -- The literal consumption of an ecosystem
Wikipedia - Ecosphere (planetary) -- A planetary closed ecological system
Wikipedia - Ecosystem-based management -- Environmental management paradigm focusing on entire ecosystems
Wikipedia - Ecosystem ecology -- The study of living and non-living components of ecosystems and their interactions
Wikipedia - Ecosystem engineer
Wikipedia - Ecosystem management -- Conservation paradigm factoring in natural and human use of resources and ecosystem services
Wikipedia - Ecosystem model -- A typically mathematical representation of an ecological system
Wikipedia - Ecosystem of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre -- The largest contiguous ecosystem on earth and a major circulating system of ocean currents
Wikipedia - Ecosystem respiration -- The oxidation of organic compounds by organisms in an ecosystem
Wikipedia - Ecosystem services
Wikipedia - Ecosystem Spaceborne Thermal Radiometer Experiment on Space Station
Wikipedia - Ecosystems
Wikipedia - Ecosystem -- Community of living organisms together with the nonliving components of their environment
Wikipedia - Ecotope -- The smallest ecologically distinct landscape features in a landscape mapping and classification system
Wikipedia - Ectopic ureter -- Congenital disorder of urinary system
Wikipedia - Edinburgh Multiple Access System
Wikipedia - Editcam -- Camera system that recorded directly to hard disks
Wikipedia - EditDroid -- Film editing system
Wikipedia - Edmondson railway ticket -- System for recording the payment of railway fares
Wikipedia - Educational assessment -- Systematic process of documenting and using empirical data on the knowledge, skill, attitudes, and beliefs to refine programs and improve student learning
Wikipedia - Educational Broadcasting System -- South Korean educational broadcaster
Wikipedia - Educational management -- administration of education systems
Wikipedia - Education in Japan -- Overview of the education system in Japan
Wikipedia - Education in Senegal -- Education system
Wikipedia - Education in Singapore -- Overview about the education system in Singapore
Wikipedia - Education in Sweden -- Overview of the educational system in Sweden
Wikipedia - Education in Thailand -- Overview of the education system in Thailand
Wikipedia - Education in the United Kingdom -- Educational system
Wikipedia - Education policy -- Rules which govern schooling systems
Wikipedia - EFAR System Model -- Emergency First Aid Responder System Model
Wikipedia - Effective number of bits -- A dynamic range metric for digital systems
Wikipedia - Effect system
Wikipedia - EFTPOS -- Type of electronic payment system
Wikipedia - E-GIF -- Scheme for ensuring the inter-operation of computer-based systems
Wikipedia - Egyptian hieroglyphs -- Formal writing system used by ancient Egyptians
Wikipedia - EHealth Ontario -- Agency that facilitates the development of Ontario's proposed public Electronic Health Record system
Wikipedia - Eichler system -- System of plant taxonomy
Wikipedia - Ejection seat -- Emergency aircraft escape system
Wikipedia - EKS (satellite system) -- Russian early warning satellites
Wikipedia - Elder Futhark -- System of runes for Proto-Germanic
Wikipedia - Electoral system of New Zealand -- System by which New Zealand parliament is elected
Wikipedia - Electoral system -- Method by which voters make a choice between options
Wikipedia - Electrical conduction system of the heart -- Transmits signals generated usually by the sinoatrial node to cause contraction of the heart muscle
Wikipedia - Electrical system design
Wikipedia - Electrical system of the International Space Station -- Solar powered electrical system
Wikipedia - Electrical systems
Wikipedia - Electrical telegraph -- Early system for transmitting text over wires
Wikipedia - Electrical Transient Analyzer Program -- Power system software modeling tool
Wikipedia - Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System -- Aircraft launching system developed for the US Navy
Wikipedia - Electromechanics -- Multidisciplinary field of engineering focusing on the interaction between electrical and mechanical systems
Wikipedia - Electronicam -- System that shot an image on film and television at the same time through a common lens.
Wikipedia - Electronic Data Systems -- American information technology company
Wikipedia - Electronic Document System
Wikipedia - Electronic engineering -- Electrical engineering involved in the design of electronic circuits, devices, and their systems
Wikipedia - Electronic entropy -- The entropy of a system attributable to electrons' probabilistic occupation of states
Wikipedia - Electronic flight instrument system
Wikipedia - Electronic News Production System -- Software application developed by the Associated Press
Wikipedia - Electronic Payment Services -- The largest electronic payment system in Hong Kong, Macau and Shenzhen
Wikipedia - Electronic Switching System
Wikipedia - Electronic switching system
Wikipedia - Electronic System Design Alliance
Wikipedia - Electronic voting systems for the European Parliament
Wikipedia - Elementary OS -- Desktop operating system based on Ubuntu
Wikipedia - Elena Bennett -- Systems ecologist
Wikipedia - Eleventh grade -- Eleventh post-kindergarten year of school education in some school systems
Wikipedia - ElGamal discrete log cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Elifba alphabet -- Writing system for the Albanian language during the Ottoman Empire
Wikipedia - Elliot Lake Transit -- Public transportation system of Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - EL/M-2075 -- Airborne early warning and control radar system
Wikipedia - ELMo -- Word embedding system
Wikipedia - Elo rating system
Wikipedia - Elta Systems -- Israeli defense company
Wikipedia - El Toro Wilderness -- National Wilderness Preservation System in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - EL/W-2090 -- Airborne early warning and control radar system
Wikipedia - Emacs Multimedia System
Wikipedia - Embedded C -- C language extensions for embedded systems
Wikipedia - Embedded operating system
Wikipedia - Embedded systems
Wikipedia - Embedded system -- Computer system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system
Wikipedia - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University -- university system specializing in aviation and aerospace
Wikipedia - Emergence -- Phenomenon in complex systems where interactions produce effects not directly predictable from the subsystems
Wikipedia - Emergency Alert System -- Method of emergency broadcasting in the United States
Wikipedia - Emergency oxygen system
Wikipedia - Emergency service response codes -- Systems for categorizing responses to reported events
Wikipedia - Emile DuployM-CM-) -- French clergyman and shorthand system creator
Wikipedia - Emily Bernhardt -- American ecosystem ecologist and biogeochemist
Wikipedia - Emma J. Rosi -- American ecosystem ecologist
Wikipedia - Emmett J. Rice -- Governor of the Federal Reserve System
Wikipedia - Emotiv Systems
Wikipedia - Empathising-systemising theory -- Theory on the psychological basis of autism
Wikipedia - Empathizing-systemizing (E-S) theory
Wikipedia - EMUI -- Mobile operating system by Huawei
Wikipedia - Encomienda -- labor system used during the Spanish colonization of the Americas and the Spanish Spanish Philippines
Wikipedia - Encrypting File System
Wikipedia - Endocrine disruptor -- Chemicals that can interfere with endocrine or hormonal systems
Wikipedia - Endocrine system -- The body's hormone-producing glands
Wikipedia - Endometriosis -- Disease of the female reproductive system
Wikipedia - End system -- Computers connected to a computer network
Wikipedia - Energy Information Administration -- One of the principal agencies of the U.S. Federal Statistical System and part of the U.S. Department of Energy
Wikipedia - Energy Systems Language
Wikipedia - Energy system
Wikipedia - Engelbrecht Cave -- Cave system in South Australia
Wikipedia - Engine-indicating and crew-alerting system
Wikipedia - Engine officer -- Licensed mariner responsible for propulsion plants and support systems
Wikipedia - Engler system -- System of plant taxonomy devised by Adolf Engler
Wikipedia - English Electric System 4
Wikipedia - English law -- Legal system of England and Wales
Wikipedia - English units -- System of units formerly used in England
Wikipedia - English writing system
Wikipedia - Enhanced 9-1-1 -- System that provides a callers location to emergency dispatchers
Wikipedia - Enhanced flight vision system
Wikipedia - Enhanced geothermal system -- Type of electricity generation system
Wikipedia - Enhanced interrogation techniques -- Euphemism for program of systematic torture by U.S. government
Wikipedia - Enlightenment (software) -- compositing window manager for the X Window System
Wikipedia - Enochian magic -- System of ceremonial magic based on the evocation and commanding of various spirits
Wikipedia - Ensemble average (statistical mechanics) -- Mean of a quantity that is a function of the microstate of a system
Wikipedia - Enterprise cognitive system -- Computing system
Wikipedia - Enterprise information system -- Type of information system
Wikipedia - Enterprise planning systems
Wikipedia - Enterprise service bus -- Communication system in a service-oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Enterprise systems engineering
Wikipedia - Enterprise systems
Wikipedia - Enterprise system
Wikipedia - Entex Select-A-Game -- Handheld game system
Wikipedia - Enthalpy -- Measure of energy in a thermodynamic system
Wikipedia - Entropy of mixing -- The increase in the total entropy of a compound system after mixing
Wikipedia - Entropy -- Property of a thermodynamic system
Wikipedia - Environmental control system
Wikipedia - Environmentally Friendly Linkage System -- Transport project in Kai Tak, Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Environmental science -- The integrated, quantitative, and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental systems.
Wikipedia - Environment (systems)
Wikipedia - Environment variable -- User-definable variable associated with each running process in many operating systems
Wikipedia - EPAM Systems -- American technology company
Wikipedia - EPICS -- Software infrastructure for building distributed control systems
Wikipedia - Epic Systems -- Healthcare software company
Wikipedia - Episode filesystem
Wikipedia - Eponym dating system
Wikipedia - Epsilon Cassiopeiae -- Star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - Equal temperament -- The musical tuning system where the ratio between successive notes is constant
Wikipedia - Equatorial coordinate system -- celestial coordinate system used to specify the positions of celestial objects
Wikipedia - Equatorial mount -- Mounting system for camera or telescope
Wikipedia - Erable -- computer algebra system for Hewlett-Packard graphing calculators
Wikipedia - Erieye -- Airborne Early Warning and Control System used on a variety of aircraft platforms
Wikipedia - Erika Marin-Spiotta -- Biogeochemist and ecosystem ecologist.
Wikipedia - Eris (dwarf planet) -- Dwarf planet beyond Pluto in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Ersu Shaba script -- Writing system
Wikipedia - Escape crew capsule -- Aircraft crew escape system
Wikipedia - Escape trunk -- Ambient pressure escape system for submarines
Wikipedia - Esophageal cancer -- Gastrointestinal system cancer that is located in the esophagus
Wikipedia - Esports -- form of competition that is facilitated by electronic systems, particularly video games
Wikipedia - Esri International User Conference -- Geographic information system technology event
Wikipedia - Essential Systems Analysis
Wikipedia - Eta Carinae -- Stellar system in the constellation Carina
Wikipedia - Eta Cassiopeiae -- Star system in the constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - Eta Piscium -- Binary star system in the constellation Pisces
Wikipedia - Ethnography -- Systematic study of people and cultures
Wikipedia - EthosCE -- healthcare-related learning management system
Wikipedia - Euclidean geometry -- Mathematical system attributed to Euclid
Wikipedia - Europa Imaging System -- Europa Clipper's visible-light camera system
Wikipedia - Europa Jupiter System Mission - Laplace -- A canceled orbiter mission concept to Jupiter
Wikipedia - European Conference on Information Systems
Wikipedia - European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
Wikipedia - European Exchange Rate Mechanism -- European system to reduce exchange rate variability after the Euro
Wikipedia - European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service -- System that enhances the accuracy of GPS receivers
Wikipedia - European Journal of Information Systems
Wikipedia - European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems -- European non-profit promoting AI research in Europe
Wikipedia - European Payments Initiative -- Pan-European payment system
Wikipedia - European Research Area -- System of scientific research programs in the EU
Wikipedia - European Terrestrial Reference System 1989 -- Geodetic reference frame fixed to the Eurasian Plate
Wikipedia - European Train Control System
Wikipedia - European unemployment insurance -- proposed transfer system for the Eurozone
Wikipedia - Euskotren Tranbia -- Tram system in Bilbao and Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Wikipedia - Eutectic system -- Mixture with a lower melting point than its constituents
Wikipedia - Evaluation -- A systematic determination of a subject's merit, worth and significance,
Wikipedia - Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library -- Public library system in Evansville, Indiana
Wikipedia - Event management -- Purposeful and systematic planning of public events
Wikipedia - EvergreenHealth -- Regional health care system in Washington, U.S.
Wikipedia - Eve Systems -- German home automation producer
Wikipedia - Evoked potential -- Electrical potential evoked in the nervous system
Wikipedia - Evolutionary neuroscience -- Study of the evolution of nervous systems
Wikipedia - Evolution of nervous systems -- Origin and subsequent variation and development of neurons and neural tissues and organs
Wikipedia - Evolvability -- capacity of a system for adaptive evolution
Wikipedia - Exec (operating system)
Wikipedia - Execute Channel Program -- Operating System low level I/O API
Wikipedia - Executive information systems
Wikipedia - Executive Schedule -- Salary system of the U.S. federal government
Wikipedia - Executive Systems Problem Oriented Language
Wikipedia - Executive system
Wikipedia - ExFAT -- Non-journaled interoperable file system friendly for flash memory and allowing to overcome FAT32 limitations
Wikipedia - Exhalation delivery system -- an intranasal medication delivery method
Wikipedia - Exhaust system -- The part of the internal combustion engine which conducts the hot exhaust gases away from the engine
Wikipedia - Exit (system call)
Wikipedia - Exner system of scoring
Wikipedia - Exocomet -- A comet outside the Solar System
Wikipedia - Exoplanetology -- study of planets outside the Solar System
Wikipedia - Exoplanet -- Any planet beyond the Solar System
Wikipedia - Expansion card -- Circuit board able to be connected to a computer system to add functionality
Wikipedia - Expasy -- Expert Protein-Analysis System
Wikipedia - Expendable launch system
Wikipedia - Expense and Cost Recovery System (ECRS)
Wikipedia - Expense and cost recovery system (ECRS)
Wikipedia - Experimental system
Wikipedia - Expert systems for mortgages
Wikipedia - Expert systems
Wikipedia - Expert System
Wikipedia - Expert system
Wikipedia - Exploration Upper Stage -- Rocket stage in NASA's Space Launch System
Wikipedia - Expo Express -- Former rapid transit system in Montreal, Quebec
Wikipedia - Exponential map (discrete dynamical systems)
Wikipedia - Exponential stability -- continuous-time linear system with only negative real parts
Wikipedia - Ext2 -- File system for the Linux kernel
Wikipedia - Ext4 -- Journaling file system for Linux
Wikipedia - Extended file system -- Linux file system
Wikipedia - Extensive farming -- Agriculture systems that involve low inputs and outputs relative to land area
Wikipedia - Extent (file systems)
Wikipedia - Extent File System
Wikipedia - External Active Thermal Control System -- International Space Station thermal control system
Wikipedia - Ex (text editor) -- Line editor for Unix systems
Wikipedia - Extrapyramidal motor system
Wikipedia - Exynos (system on chip)
Wikipedia - Exynos -- Family of system-on-a-chip models with ARM processor cores
Wikipedia - EZ Canis Majoris -- Binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - E-ZPass -- Electronic toll collection system in the Eastern and Midwestern United States
Wikipedia - Ezycom -- Shareware bulletin board system
Wikipedia - FabFi -- Open-source wireless mesh networking system
Wikipedia - Fabric inspection -- A systematic evaluation of fabric quality
Wikipedia - Facebook real-name policy controversy -- Controversy over social networking site Facebook's real-name system
Wikipedia - Face ID -- Facial recognition system by Apple
Wikipedia - Facelets -- Open-source Web template system
Wikipedia - Facial Action Coding System
Wikipedia - Facial recognition system -- Technology capable of matching a face from an image against a database of faces
Wikipedia - Factorial number system -- Numeral system in combinatorics
Wikipedia - Factor of safety -- Factor by which an engineered system's capacity is higher than the expected load to ensure safety in case of error or uncertainty
Wikipedia - Factory system
Wikipedia - Failover -- Automatic switching to a standby computer system or component upon the failure of a previously active system or component
Wikipedia - Failure mode and effects analysis -- Systematic technique for identification of potential failure modes in a system and their causes and effects
Wikipedia - Failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis -- Systematic technique for failure analysis
Wikipedia - Failures of water supply and sanitation systems -- Failures of water supply and sanitation systems - overview
Wikipedia - Fakesysdef -- Trojan targeting the Microsoft Windows operating system
Wikipedia - Falcon (storage engine) -- Storage engine for the MySQL relational database management systems
Wikipedia - Famicom 3D System
Wikipedia - Family Computer Disk System
Wikipedia - Family Portrait (Voyager) -- Image of the Solar System acquired by Voyager 1
Wikipedia - Family systems theory
Wikipedia - Family systems therapy
Wikipedia - FANS-1/A -- Range of Future Air Navigation System products
Wikipedia - Fantasound -- Sound reproduction system
Wikipedia - Farah Alibay -- Canadian Systems Engineer
Wikipedia - Faroese Braille -- Braille system for Faroese
Wikipedia - FASTag -- Electronic toll collection system in India
Wikipedia - Faster Payment System -- real-time gross settlement payment system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - FastPass -- virtual queuing systems created by the Walt Disney Company
Wikipedia - Fatal system error -- Error that stops the operating system
Wikipedia - Fate (role-playing game system)
Wikipedia - FAT filesystem and Linux
Wikipedia - Fathom -- Unit of length in the old imperial and the U.S. customary systems
Wikipedia - Fault (technology) -- Abnormal condition or defect at the component, equipment, or sub-system level which may lead to a failure
Wikipedia - Fault-tolerant computer system
Wikipedia - Fault-tolerant systems
Wikipedia - Fault-tolerant system
Wikipedia - Fault tree analysis -- Failure analysis system used in safety engineering and reliability engineering
Wikipedia - FB-10 -- Chinese air defence missile system
Wikipedia - FBI Index -- System used to track American citizens and other people
Wikipedia - FCS-1 -- Japanese ship gun fire-control system
Wikipedia - FDA Adverse Event Reporting System -- US FDA supporting computerized database
Wikipedia - Fdisk -- Command line utility of DOS and Microsoft Windows operating systems
Wikipedia - Featural writing system -- Writing system whose symbols encode phonological features of the phonemes that they represent
Wikipedia - Feature detection (nervous system)
Wikipedia - Fecal sludge management -- Collection, transport, and treatment of fecal sludge from onsite sanitation systems
Wikipedia - Federal Reserve System
Wikipedia - Federated database system
Wikipedia - Federated identity -- Identity assurance in IT systems
Wikipedia - Fedora (operating system) -- Linux distribution by Red Hat and IBM
Wikipedia - Feedback linearization -- Approach used in controlling nonlinear systems
Wikipedia - Female reproductive system -- Reproductive system of human females
Wikipedia - Feng shui -- Pseudoscientific Chinese philosophical system intended to harmonize people with their environment
Wikipedia - Fermat (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Ferme generale -- Historical tax collection system in France
Wikipedia - Fermi energy -- Concept in quantum mechanics referring to the energy difference between the highest and lowest occupied single-particle states in a quantum system of non-interacting fermions at absolute zero temperature
Wikipedia - Fermi's golden rule -- A formula that describes the transition rate from one energy eigenstate of a quantum system into other energy eigenstates
Wikipedia - Ferritin -- A protein complex that binds iron and acts as a major iron storage system. Intracellular and extracellular ferritin complexes have different ratios of two types of ferritin monomer, the L (light) chain and H (heavy) chain.
Wikipedia - Festival Speech Synthesis System
Wikipedia - Field-sequential color system -- Color television system in which the primary color information is transmitted in successive images
Wikipedia - Field-theoretic simulation -- Numerical strategy to calculate structure and physical properties of a many-particle system
Wikipedia - Fifth Generation Computer Systems project
Wikipedia - Fifth Party System -- Fifth phase in development of electoral politics in the United States, 1930-1980
Wikipedia - Figurative system of human knowledge -- Taxonomy of human knowledge
Wikipedia - Fijian honours system -- Orders, decorations, and medals of Fiji
Wikipedia - File Allocation Table -- Family of file systems originally developed by Microsoft
Wikipedia - FileMaker -- Database management system
Wikipedia - File system API
Wikipedia - File system fragmentation
Wikipedia - Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Wikipedia - Filesystem in Userspace
Wikipedia - Filesystem in userspace
Wikipedia - Filesystem-level encryption
Wikipedia - File system permissions
Wikipedia - File-system permissions
Wikipedia - File systems
Wikipedia - File system
Wikipedia - Filesystem
Wikipedia - Financial Information System for California -- California government operations agency
Wikipedia - Financial system
Wikipedia - Finger Lakes Library System
Wikipedia - Firebird (database server) -- Relational database management system
Wikipedia - Fire control system
Wikipedia - Fire-control system -- Device which assists use of a weapon by location, tracking, and direction of fire at a target
Wikipedia - Firefox OS -- Mobile operating system written by Mozilla
Wikipedia - Firewall (computing) -- Software or hardware-based network security system
Wikipedia - First Interstate BancSystem
Wikipedia - First-order logic -- Collection of formal systems used in mathematics, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science
Wikipedia - First Party System -- First phase in the development of electoral politics in the United States, 1792-1824
Wikipedia - First-past-the-post voting -- Electoral system in which voters indicate the candidate of their choice, and the candidate who receives the most votes wins
Wikipedia - First Warning -- Name of a severe weather warning system for television stations
Wikipedia - Five Mountain System -- Network of state-sponsored Chan (Zen) Buddhist temples created in China during the Southern Song (1127-1279).
Wikipedia - Fixed-point ocean observatory -- An autonomous system of automatic sensors and samplers that continuously gathers data from deep sea, water column and lower atmosphere, and transmits the data to shore in real or near real-time
Wikipedia - Flag semaphore -- Telegraphy system conveying information at a distance by means of visual signals
Wikipedia - Flame-start system -- Cold start aid for diesel engines
Wikipedia - Flashcard -- A tool for systematic learning
Wikipedia - Flash cut -- Immediate change in a complex system with no phase-in period
Wikipedia - Flash file system
Wikipedia - Flats Sequencing System -- Mail sorting system used by the US Postal Service
Wikipedia - Flexible manufacturing system -- Type of manufacturing system
Wikipedia - Flight management system
Wikipedia - Flight reservation system
Wikipedia - FLIR Systems -- U.S. technology company
Wikipedia - Floating Point Systems
Wikipedia - Flores Back Arc Thrust Fault -- Type of fault system
Wikipedia - Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad -- Historic railroad system
Wikipedia - Florida State Highway System -- Highway system in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Fluent Design System
Wikipedia - Fluxbox -- Open source window manager for the X11 system
Wikipedia - Flying probe -- System for in-circuit testing of printed circuit boards
Wikipedia - FM-3000 -- Chinese air defense system
Wikipedia - Focal length -- Measure of how strongly the system converges or diverges light
Wikipedia - Folk taxonomy -- Vernacular, as opposed to scientific, naming system
Wikipedia - Food chain -- Aspect of ecosystems
Wikipedia - Foot-pound-second system -- Physical system of measurement that uses the foot, pound, and second as base units
Wikipedia - FORAN System
Wikipedia - Forbes Magazine's List of America's Best Colleges -- College and university ranking system
Wikipedia - Ford ACT -- People mover system
Wikipedia - Foreman (software) -- Life cycle systems management software
Wikipedia - Forest inventory -- Systematic collection of information about a forested area for assessment or analysis
Wikipedia - FORE Systems
Wikipedia - Fork (file system)
Wikipedia - Fork (operating system)
Wikipedia - Fork (system call) {{DISPLAYTITLE:fork (system call) -- Fork (system call) {{DISPLAYTITLE:fork (system call)
Wikipedia - Fork (system call)
Wikipedia - Formal systems
Wikipedia - Formal system -- Any well-defined system of abstract thought based on the model of mathematics
Wikipedia - Formation and evolution of the Solar System -- Formation of the Solar System by gravitational collapse of a molecular cloud and subsequent geological history
Wikipedia - Formation of the Solar System
Wikipedia - Formatted File System
Wikipedia - FORM (symbolic manipulation system)
Wikipedia - Forterra Systems -- Former software company
Wikipedia - Fortifications of Frankfurt -- System of military defences of Frankfurt am Main
Wikipedia - Fort Wayne Park and Boulevard System Historic District -- Historic district in Indiana, US
Wikipedia - Forward compatibility -- Design characteristic that allows a system to accept input intended for a later version of itself
Wikipedia - Fossil (file system)
Wikipedia - Foster care -- System in which a minor has been placed into a ward, group home, or private home of a state-certified caregiver, referred to as a "foster parent"
Wikipedia - Four-Phase Systems
Wikipedia - Four Tenets system
Wikipedia - Fourth Industrial Revolution -- Current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things and cloud computing
Wikipedia - Four Thirds system -- digital camera sensor and lens mount format
Wikipedia - Fourth Party System -- Fourth phase in development of electoral politics in the United States, 1896-1932
Wikipedia - Fox Learning Systems
Wikipedia - Frame of reference -- Abstract coordinate system and the set of physical reference points that uniquely fix (locate and orient) the coordinate system and standardize measurement (s)
Wikipedia - Frank Land -- British information systems researcher
Wikipedia - Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems
Wikipedia - Free banking -- Economic system
Wikipedia - FreeBSD -- Free Unix-like operating system
Wikipedia - Freefly Systems -- American manufacturing company
Wikipedia - FreeIPA -- Identity management system
Wikipedia - Free Library of Philadelphia -- Public library system in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Wikipedia - Free-market anarchism -- Branch of anarchism that advocates a free-market system
Wikipedia - Free price system
Wikipedia - Free Software Foundation v. Cisco Systems
Wikipedia - Fremantle Fortress -- Second World War naval defence system for Perth, Western Australia
Wikipedia - French drain -- Sub-surface drainage system
Wikipedia - French phonology -- Sound system of the French language
Wikipedia - French Union -- 1946-1958 Political entity replacing the French colonial system
Wikipedia - Frequency response -- Quantitative measure of the output spectrum of a system or device in response to a stimulus
Wikipedia - Freshwater biology -- The scientific study of freshwater ecosystems and biology
Wikipedia - Freshwater ecosystem -- Part of Earth's aquatic ecosystems
Wikipedia - Fstab -- System configuration file
Wikipedia - Fuck the System -- album by The Exploited
Wikipedia - Fudge (role-playing game system)
Wikipedia - Fulton surface-to-air recovery system -- System used to retrieve persons on the ground using an aircraft
Wikipedia - Furke (radar) -- Radar system
Wikipedia - FU Tauri -- Brown dwarf binary system
Wikipedia - Future Air Navigation System -- Avionics system which provides direct data link communication between the pilot and the air traffic controller
Wikipedia - Future Combat Air System -- French-German sixth-generation jet fighter project
Wikipedia - Future Combat Systems
Wikipedia - Fuzzy control system
Wikipedia - Fuzzy logic -- System for reasoning about vagueness
Wikipedia - Fuzzy Sets and Systems
Wikipedia - Fuzzy system
Wikipedia - GABAergic -- Affecting GABA systems in the brain
Wikipedia - Gacaca court -- System of community justice used in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide
Wikipedia - Gaia hypothesis -- Paradigm that living organisms interact with their surroundings in a self-regulating system
Wikipedia - Gain scheduling -- Approach to control of non-linear systems
Wikipedia - Galactic coordinate system -- A celestial coordinate system in spherical coordinates, with the Sun as its center
Wikipedia - Galaxy morphological classification -- System for categorizing galaxies based on appearance
Wikipedia - Galileo (satellite navigation) -- Global navigation satellite system
Wikipedia - Galit Lahav -- Israeli-American systems biologist
Wikipedia - Game controller -- Device used with games or entertainment systems
Wikipedia - Game creation system
Wikipedia - Game drive system
Wikipedia - Gameframe -- Hybrid computer system
Wikipedia - Game System License
Wikipedia - Game the system
Wikipedia - Gaming the system -- Abusing the rules
Wikipedia - Gamma Velorum -- Star system in the constellation Vela
Wikipedia - Ganga Canal (Rajasthan) -- Irrigation system of canals
Wikipedia - Ganymede (moon) -- Largest moon of Jupiter and in the Solar System
Wikipedia - GAP (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Garfield County Library District -- Public library system located in western Colorado, United States
Wikipedia - Garside classification -- Library classification system
Wikipedia - Gas reclaim system -- System to recover used breathing gas and prepare it for re-use
Wikipedia - Gastroenterology -- Branch of medicine focused on the digestive system and its disorders
Wikipedia - Gastrointestinal cancer -- Organ system cancer located in gastrointestinal tract
Wikipedia - Gastrointestinal tract -- Organ system within humans and other animals pertaining to the stomach and intestines
Wikipedia - Gauge block -- A system for producing precision lengths by stacking components
Wikipedia - Gaussian elimination -- Algorithm for solving systems of linear equations
Wikipedia - Gaussian units -- Variant of the centimetre-gram-second unit system
Wikipedia - Gauss-Seidel method -- Iterative method used to solve a linear system of equations
Wikipedia - Gautrain -- Rapid rail transport system in Gauteng, South Africa
Wikipedia - GBR code -- System for representing classes of chess positions
Wikipedia - Gemstone Database Management System
Wikipedia - GemStone Systems
Wikipedia - Gendercide -- The systematic killing of members of a specific gender
Wikipedia - Genealogical numbering systems
Wikipedia - General Algebraic Modeling System
Wikipedia - General Atomics Aeronautical Systems -- General Atomics company
Wikipedia - General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle -- Unmanned reconnaissance and strike aircraft system
Wikipedia - General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper -- Unmanned reconnaissance and strike aircraft system
Wikipedia - General Comprehensive Operating System
Wikipedia - General Dynamics C4 Systems
Wikipedia - General Electric AN/TPQ-10 Radar Course Directing Central -- Ground based bombing system used by US Marines
Wikipedia - General-purpose operating system
Wikipedia - General semantics -- Self-help psychotherapy system created by Alfred Korzybski in the 1920s
Wikipedia - General Systems Theory
Wikipedia - General systems theory
Wikipedia - Genera (operating system)
Wikipedia - Generating function (physics) -- A function whose partial derivatives generate the differential equations that determine the dynamics of a system
Wikipedia - Generative systems -- Technologies with the overall capacity to produce unprompted change driven by large, varied, and uncoordinated audiences
Wikipedia - Generic role-playing game system
Wikipedia - Genetic fuzzy systems
Wikipedia - Geniocracy -- Framework for a system of government ruled by intellectuals
Wikipedia - Genitourinary system
Wikipedia - Genocidal Humanoidz -- System of a Down song
Wikipedia - Geochemistry -- Science that applies chemistry to analyze geological systems
Wikipedia - Geocoding -- Geospatial coordinate system for specifying the exact location of a geospatial point at, below, or above the surface of the earth at a given moment of time.
Wikipedia - Geographic coordinate system -- Coordinate system to specify locations on Earth
Wikipedia - Geographic information systems in geospatial intelligence
Wikipedia - Geographic information systems
Wikipedia - Geographic information system -- System to capture, manage and present geographic data
Wikipedia - Geographic Names Information System -- Geographical database
Wikipedia - Geological survey -- Systematic investigation of the geology in a region for the purpose of creating a geological map or model
Wikipedia - Geologic time scale -- system that relates geological strata to time
Wikipedia - Geometrized unit system -- System of units in which the gravitational constant and the velocity of light are treated as unity
Wikipedia - GeoOrbital -- Electric wheel system
Wikipedia - Geophysical survey -- The systematic collection of geophysical data for spatial studies
Wikipedia - George Economou (Manhattan Project) -- optical systems expert
Wikipedia - GEORGE (operating system)
Wikipedia - Georgian scripts -- Alphabetic writing system
Wikipedia - GEOS (8-bit operating system)
Wikipedia - German wine classification -- Overview of the wine classification system in Germany
Wikipedia - Gertrude Hull -- Teacher of history for over 40 years at the Milwaukee school system
Wikipedia - Gertrude Mwangala -- Zambian systems engineer and academic
Wikipedia - Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems -- Government of Ghana agency
Wikipedia - GhostBSD -- Unix-like operating system
Wikipedia - Gibbs free energy -- Type of thermodynamic potential; useful for calculating reversible work in certain systems
Wikipedia - Giropay -- Internet payment System based in Germany
Wikipedia - GKN Driveline -- Multinational manufacturer of automotive drive system technologies
Wikipedia - GLaDOS -- Artificially superintelligent computer system in the Portal series of video games
Wikipedia - Glasgow Corporation Tramways -- Closed urban tramway system in Glasgow, Scotland
Wikipedia - Glass cockpit -- Aircraft instrumentation system consisting primarily of multi-function electronic displays
Wikipedia - Glial scar -- Mass formed in response to injury to the nervous system
Wikipedia - Glia -- Support cells in the nervous system
Wikipedia - Glicko rating system -- Rating system for players of skill-based games
Wikipedia - Gliese 667 -- Triple-star system
Wikipedia - Glitch -- Short-lived fault in a computer system
Wikipedia - Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services -- 2019 report by the United Nations on mass extinction
Wikipedia - Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation -- Scientific space mission
Wikipedia - Global File System
Wikipedia - Global file system
Wikipedia - Global filesystem
Wikipedia - Global financial system
Wikipedia - Global Forest Information System
Wikipedia - Global information system
Wikipedia - Global language system
Wikipedia - Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics -- A core project for understanding how global change will affect the abundance, diversity and productivity of marine populations
Wikipedia - Global Ocean Observing System -- A global system for sustained observations of the ocean comprising the oceanographic component of the Global Earth Observing System of Systems
Wikipedia - Global Positioning System -- United States satellite navigation system
Wikipedia - Global Sea Level Observing System -- An Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission program to measure sea level globally for long-term climate change studies
Wikipedia - Global System for Mobile Communications
Wikipedia - Global University Systems -- A company
Wikipedia - GLONASS -- Russian satellite navigation system
Wikipedia - Glossary of operating systems terms -- Wikipedia glossary
Wikipedia - Glutamatergic -- Affecting glutamate systems in the brain
Wikipedia - Glyoxalase system -- Biochemistry; detoxification enzyme system
Wikipedia - Glyphosate -- Broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant
Wikipedia - GNOME System Tools
Wikipedia - GNOME -- Desktop environment for Linux and Unix-like systems
Wikipedia - Gnosticism -- Collection of religious ideas and systems among early Christian and Jewish sects
Wikipedia - GNSS augmentation -- Method of improving a navigation system
Wikipedia - GNSS enhancement -- Techniques to improve positioning information accuracy provided by global navigation satellite systems
Wikipedia - GNU Build System
Wikipedia - GNU Guix System
Wikipedia - GNU Guix -- purely functional package manager for the GNU system
Wikipedia - GNU Hurd -- Operating system kernel designed as a replacement for Unix
Wikipedia - GNU nano -- Text editor for Unix-like computing systems
Wikipedia - GNU operating system
Wikipedia - GoAccess -- Open-source web analytics application for Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - Goalkeeper CIWS -- Close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Goddard Earth Observing System -- integrated Earth system model and data assimilation system developed at NASA's GMAO
Wikipedia - Godel's speed-up theorem -- There are theorems whose proofs can be shortened in more powerful axiomatic systems
Wikipedia - Goldbeter-Koshland kinetics -- Steady-state solution for a 2-state biological system
Wikipedia - Golden Liberty -- Former political system in Poland and Poland-Lithuania
Wikipedia - Golden ratio base -- Positional numeral system
Wikipedia - Gold standard -- Monetary system where the standard economic unit of account is based on a fixed quantity of gold
Wikipedia - Gonadal dysgenesis -- Congenital disorder of the reproductive system
Wikipedia - GongKwon Yusul -- A modern Korean martial art system
Wikipedia - Goods Vehicle Movement Service -- UK government border control IT system
Wikipedia - Google File System
Wikipedia - Google Fuchsia -- Computer operating system by Google
Wikipedia - Google Neural Machine Translation -- System developed by Google to increase fluency and accuracy in Google Translate
Wikipedia - Google Pay Send -- Mobile payment system developed by Google
Wikipedia - Go ranks and ratings -- Ranks and rating systems used by the game Go
Wikipedia - Gordon Arthur Riley -- An American marine biologist, instrumental in the development of plankton ecosystem models
Wikipedia - Go-To card -- Public transit ticketing system in Minnesota, United States
Wikipedia - GO Transit -- Ontario regional public transit system
Wikipedia - Government trifecta -- Where a political party controls a bicameral legislature and the executive in a system that uses separation of powers
Wikipedia - Government -- System or group of people governing an organized community, often a state
Wikipedia - GOV.UK Verify -- identity assurance system developed by the UK Government Digital Service
Wikipedia - GPFS -- High-performance clustered file system
Wikipedia - GPS satellite blocks -- Satellite used by the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS)
Wikipedia - GPS wildlife tracking -- Remotely observe movement or migratory patterns in a wild animal using the Global Positioning System
Wikipedia - Gracie jiu-jitsu ranking system -- Gracie jiu-jitsu ranking system
Wikipedia - Gradual typing -- Type system
Wikipedia - Graffiti 2 -- Revised version of the original Palm OS handwriting system Graffiti
Wikipedia - Grammar systems theory
Wikipedia - Grammatical gender -- Grammatical system of noun classification
Wikipedia - Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway -- parkway system in Minneapolis
Wikipedia - Grand Tour program -- NASA's cancelled space program intended to explore the outer solar system
Wikipedia - GrapheneOS -- Android-based mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Graphical Kernel System
Wikipedia - Graphite (SIL) -- Programmable Unicode-compliant smart-font technology and rendering system developed by SIL International as free software
Wikipedia - Graphite (software) -- Tool that monitors and graphs the performance of computer systems
Wikipedia - Graph rewriting system
Wikipedia - Gravitational metric system -- System with base units kilopond, metre and second
Wikipedia - Grease trap -- A type of trap designed to intercept most greases and solids before they enter a wastewater disposal system
Wikipedia - Greater Nashik Metro -- Proposed rapid transit system in the Indian city of Nashik
Wikipedia - Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem -- Ecosystem in the Rocky Mountains
Wikipedia - Great Lakes Waterway -- System of channels and canals in the Great Lakes
Wikipedia - Great Lakes -- System of large interconnected freshwater lakes in North America
Wikipedia - Great Rift Valley, Kenya -- Part of an intra-continental ridge system that runs through Kenya
Wikipedia - Great South Australian Coastal Upwelling System -- A seasonal upwelling system in the eastern Great Australian Bight
Wikipedia - Great West Television -- Canadian regional television system
Wikipedia - Greek system
Wikipedia - Greening -- Process of incorporating more environmentally friendly behaviors or systems into one's home, workplace, or lifestyle
Wikipedia - Green Line (CTA) -- Rapid transit line, part of the Chicago 'L' system
Wikipedia - Green Line (Luas) -- Light rail system in Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - Greenlink Rotary Park Trail System -- Urban park in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
Wikipedia - Gregorian mode -- System of pitch organization in Gregorian chant
Wikipedia - Grey system theory
Wikipedia - Gribeauval system -- French artillery system
Wikipedia - Grid file system
Wikipedia - Grid Systems Corporation
Wikipedia - GRiD Systems
Wikipedia - Ground segment -- ground-based elements of a spacecraft system
Wikipedia - Group (computing) -- Grouping of users as part of an access control system on a computer
Wikipedia - GST Computer Systems -- Group of computer companies based in Cambridge
Wikipedia - Guadalajara Macrobus -- Bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Wikipedia - Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes National Wildlife Refuge -- One of the largest coastal dune systems in California
Wikipedia - Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes -- Dune system in California
Wikipedia - Guangzhou-Foshan circular intercity railway -- Intercity railway system in Guangzhou, China
Wikipedia - Guidance system
Wikipedia - Guillain-Barre syndrome -- Autoimmune disease affecting the peripheral nervous system
Wikipedia - Gulag -- Government agency in charge of the Soviet forced penal labour camp system
Wikipedia - Gumshoe System
Wikipedia - Gupta script -- Script system used to write Sanskrit
Wikipedia - GUS reporter system
Wikipedia - Gustatory system
Wikipedia - Gustavo Stolovitzky -- IBM Fellow and computational systems biologist
Wikipedia - Guyangan Cave System -- Caves and archaeological site in the Philippines
Wikipedia - GVfs -- Userspace virtual filesystem software for the GNOME desktop environment
Wikipedia - Gwoyeu Romatzyh -- System for writing Mandarin Chinese in the Latin alphabet
Wikipedia - Gynecomastia -- endocrine system disorder of human male breast
Wikipedia - Habitability of binary star systems
Wikipedia - Habitability of K-type main-sequence star systems -- Overview of the habitability of K-type main-sequence star systems
Wikipedia - Habitability of red dwarf systems
Wikipedia - Hackensack Meridian Health -- Health system in New Jersey, U.S
Wikipedia - HACS -- High Angle Control System was a British anti-aircraft fire-control system employed by the Royal Navy from 1931 to WWII
Wikipedia - Hagedorn temperature -- Temperature at which the partition function of a statistical-mechanical system diverges
Wikipedia - Haiku (operating system) -- Open-source operating system inspired by BeOS
Wikipedia - Haizhu Tram -- tram system in Haizhu District, Guangzhou
Wikipedia - HAL Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Halftone characteristic -- characteristic in facsimile systems
Wikipedia - Halifax Health -- American hospital system
Wikipedia - Halium -- Community project developing a standard base system for mobile GNU/Linux
Wikipedia - Hall-effect thruster -- Type of electric propulsion system
Wikipedia - Hamburg Notation System -- Phonetic transcription system for sign languages
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn -- Rapid transit system in Hamburg, Germany
Wikipedia - Hamiltonian (quantum mechanics) -- Quantum operator for the sum of energies of a system
Wikipedia - HAMMER (file system)
Wikipedia - Handle System -- Specification for persistent identifiers of Internet resources
Wikipedia - Hanger Lane gyratory -- Large roundabout system in west London
Wikipedia - Hans Wehr transliteration -- System for transliteration of the Arabic alphabet into the Latin alphabet
Wikipedia - Han system -- Feudal system of Tokugawa Japan
Wikipedia - Haplodiploidy -- Biological system where sex is determined by the number of sets of chromosomes
Wikipedia - Happy Monday System -- Japanese law on public holidays
Wikipedia - Harbin Metro -- Rapid transit system in Harbin, China
Wikipedia - Har (Blake) -- character in William Blake's mythological system
Wikipedia - Harbour City tram stop -- Tram stop on the Eccles Line of Greater Manchester's light rail system
Wikipedia - Hard and soft magic systems
Wikipedia - Hardware-in-the-loop simulation -- Technique used in the development and test of complex real-time embedded systems
Wikipedia - Hardware virtualization -- The virtualization of computers or operating systems
Wikipedia - Harmonized System -- Coding of traded products by the World Customs Organization
Wikipedia - Harmony (operating system) -- Research operating system.
Wikipedia - HarmonyOS -- IoT operating system by Huawei
Wikipedia - Harold Washington Library -- Central library of the Chicago Public Library system
Wikipedia - Harpoon (missile) -- US anti-ship missile system
Wikipedia - Hartree atomic units -- System of measurement
Wikipedia - Haruwa-charuwa system -- Forced labour practice of south-eastern Nepal
Wikipedia - Harvard Library -- Library system of the Harvard University
Wikipedia - Hashcash -- System for dealing with email spam
Wikipedia - Hato Rey station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Haumea -- Dwarf planet in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Have I Been Pwned? -- Consumer security website and email alert system
Wikipedia - Hawaii Inter-Island Cable System -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Hawaii State Public Library System -- Statewide public library system in Hawaii
Wikipedia - Hawk-Eye -- Computer vision system
Wikipedia - Hazard analysis and critical control points -- Systematic preventive approach to food safety
Wikipedia - Hazardous Materials Identification System -- A numerical hazard rating using colour coded labels
Wikipedia - Hazon Food Conference -- Annual Jewish food systems event
Wikipedia - H-Bahn -- Suspended, driverless passenger railway system developed in Germany
Wikipedia - HD 214448 -- Binary star system
Wikipedia - HD 222093 -- Star system in the constellation Aquarius
Wikipedia - HD 5980 -- Triple star system in the constellation Tucana
Wikipedia - HD 98800 -- Star system in the constellation of Crater
Wikipedia - Head girl and head boy -- Term used in the British education system
Wikipedia - Head (Unix) -- Program on Unix and Unix-like systems
Wikipedia - Headway -- The distance between vehicles in a transit system measured in time or space
Wikipedia - Healthcare in Texas -- Overview of the healthcare system in the U.S. state of Texas
Wikipedia - Healthcare Systems Bureau -- U.S. government health administration organization
Wikipedia - Health care systems
Wikipedia - Health information system
Wikipedia - Health management system
Wikipedia - Health policy -- Policy area, which deals with the planning, organization, management and financing of the health system
Wikipedia - Health professional -- Individual who systematically provides health care services
Wikipedia - Health system
Wikipedia - Heart -- Muscular organ responsible for pumping blood through the circulatory system in most animals
Wikipedia - Heating system
Wikipedia - H. Efsun Arda -- Turkish developmental and systems biologist
Wikipedia - Height adjustable suspension -- Automobile suspension systems
Wikipedia - Heligimbal -- | gyro-stabilized camera system mounted on a helicopter
Wikipedia - Helium reclaim system -- System for recovering exhaled breathing gas
Wikipedia - Helmholtz pitch notation -- System for naming musical notes
Wikipedia - Help:System message
Wikipedia - Helsinki Metro -- Greater Helsinki, Finland rapid transit system
Wikipedia - Hemocyte (invertebrate immune system cell) -- Cell type
Wikipedia - Henriette Avram -- American computer programmer and system analyst
Wikipedia - Henry Classification System
Wikipedia - Henry Ford Health System
Wikipedia - Hepatic portal system
Wikipedia - Hepburn romanization -- System for the romanization of Japanese
Wikipedia - HERACLES (spacecraft) -- A planned robotic lunar landing system by ESA and JAXA
Wikipedia - Herbert Holdsworth Ross -- British-Canadian systematic entomologist
Wikipedia - Here I Am (Blue System album) -- album of Blue System
Wikipedia - Hero System
Wikipedia - Herrenvolk democracy -- System of government that excludes minorities
Wikipedia - Heteroclinic cycle -- Invariant set in the phase space of a dynamical system
Wikipedia - Heterogeneous database system
Wikipedia - Heterogeneous System Architecture
Wikipedia - Hexadecimal -- Base 16 numerical system
Wikipedia - HFS Plus -- Journaling file system developed by Apple
Wikipedia - Hibernia Express -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Hierarchical control system
Wikipedia - Hierarchical File System
Wikipedia - Hierarchical ternary star system
Wikipedia - Hierarchy of hazard controls -- System used in industry to eliminate or minimize exposure to hazards
Wikipedia - Hierarchy -- System of elements that are subordinated to each other
Wikipedia - Highest averages method -- Method to allocate seats proportionally for representative assemblies with party list voting systems
Wikipedia - High Performance File System
Wikipedia - High School tram stop -- Tram stop on the Nottingham Express Transit tram system in Nottingham, England
Wikipedia - High-speed rail -- Significantly faster advanced rail transport and infrastructure systems
Wikipedia - High Throughput File System
Wikipedia - High-voltage direct current -- Electric power transmission system
Wikipedia - Hilbert-style deduction system
Wikipedia - Hilbert-style deductive system
Wikipedia - Hilbert system
Wikipedia - Hindu-Arabic numeral system
Wikipedia - Hindu philosophy -- Various systems of thought in Hinduism
Wikipedia - HIPO model -- Systems analysis design aid
Wikipedia - Historical geographic information system -- GIS tracking temporal changes
Wikipedia - History of capitalism -- Review of the economic system of capitalism.
Wikipedia - History of classical mechanics -- History of classical mechanics, which is concerned with the set of physical laws describing the motion of bodies under the action of a system of forces
Wikipedia - History of IBM mainframe operating systems -- History of operating systems used on IBM mainframes
Wikipedia - History of operating systems
Wikipedia - History of plant systematics
Wikipedia - History of rail transport in Great Britain 1948-1994 -- Covers the period when the British railway system was nationalized under the name of British Rail
Wikipedia - History of spaceflight -- Aspect of the history of astronautics, and of the exploration or conquest of outer space and of the solar system outside Earth
Wikipedia - History of the British canal system -- The building, use, decline and restoration of artificial waterways in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - History of the Internet -- History of the Internet, a global system of interconnected computer networks
Wikipedia - History of the Nintendo Entertainment System -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - History of water supply and sanitation -- The history of providing clean water and safe sanitation systems since the dawn of civilization
Wikipedia - Hitachi Data Systems
Wikipedia - Hobbyist operating system development
Wikipedia - Hodgkin lymphoma -- Type of blood and immune-system cancer
Wikipedia - Holism -- Philosophical position that systems should be analyzed as wholes, not just as collections of parts
Wikipedia - Holophonics -- Binaural recording system
Wikipedia - HomeLink Wireless Control System -- Radio frequency transmitter
Wikipedia - Homeopathy -- Pseudoscientific system of alternative medicine based on the doctrine of "like cures like"
Wikipedia - Home theater system
Wikipedia - Homogeneous system of linear equations
Wikipedia - Honeywell Information Systems
Wikipedia - Hong Kong Strategic Route and Exit Number System -- Trunk road numbering system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Honolulu Rail Transit -- Rapid transit system in Honolulu County, Oahu, Hawaii
Wikipedia - Honor system -- Process of governing without enforcement
Wikipedia - Honotua -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Horizon (IT system) -- Computer system used by Post Office Ltd.
Wikipedia - Hornbostel-Sachs -- Musical instrument classification system
Wikipedia - Hospital emergency codes -- Coded messages often announced over a public address system of a hospital
Wikipedia - Hospital information system
Wikipedia - Host-based intrusion detection system
Wikipedia - Hotel rating -- System of classifying hotels according to their quality
Wikipedia - Hotspot Ecosystem Research and Man's Impact On European Seas -- An international multidisciplinary project that studies deep-sea ecosystems
Wikipedia - Hotspot Ecosystems Research on the Margins of European Seas -- international multidisciplinary research project
Wikipedia - Hot Standby Router Protocol -- Network system for establishing a fault-tolerant default gateway
Wikipedia - Hot water system (diving) -- Water heating and supply system for hot-water diving suits
Wikipedia - Household registration in Taiwan -- Civil and family registration system
Wikipedia - House System at the California Institute of Technology -- Caltech student residence system
Wikipedia - Houston Community College System
Wikipedia - Houston Independent School District -- Largest public school system in Texas
Wikipedia - HP-1000/RTE -- 1966 real-time computer system from HP
Wikipedia - HP BladeSystem
Wikipedia - HPCC Systems
Wikipedia - HR 6819 -- First known visible star system with a black hole, in the constellation of Telescopium
Wikipedia - Hughes Network Systems -- High-speed satellite internet service provider
Wikipedia - Human-agent team -- A system containing both human and AI elements
Wikipedia - Human blood group systems
Wikipedia - Human brain -- Central organ of the human nervous system
Wikipedia - Human-computer interaction -- Academic discipline studying the relationship between computer systems and their users
Wikipedia - Human digestive system
Wikipedia - Human ecosystem
Wikipedia - Human eye -- Mammalian eye; part of the visual organ of the human body, and move using a system of six muscles
Wikipedia - Human Interference Task Force -- Task Force with the goal of reducing the likelihood of future humans unintentionally intruding on radioactive waste isolation systems.
Wikipedia - Human male reproductive system
Wikipedia - Human musculoskeletal system -- Organ system that gives humans the ability to move by using their muscular and skeletal systems
Wikipedia - Human reliability -- Factor in safety, ergonomics and system resiliance
Wikipedia - Human resource management system -- Software for managing human resources, [[business process]]es and data
Wikipedia - Human Terrain System
Wikipedia - Humorism -- Ancient Greek and Roman system of medicine involving four fluid types
Wikipedia - Huntsville Hospital Tram System -- Huntsville Hospital Tram System in Alabama
Wikipedia - HUPX Hungarian Power Exchange -- Hungarian Power energy system
Wikipedia - Hutchinson system -- System of plant classification devised by John Hutchison (1923)
Wikipedia - HVAC control system
Wikipedia - HW Virginis -- Eclipsing binary star system with short period
Wikipedia - Hybrid bond graph -- Dynamical system
Wikipedia - Hybrid cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Hybrid electric bus -- Bus that combines internal combustion and electric propulsion systems
Wikipedia - Hybrid intelligent systems
Wikipedia - Hybrid intelligent system
Wikipedia - Hybrid systems
Wikipedia - Hybrid system
Wikipedia - Hyderabad Metro -- Rapid transit system in Hyderabad, India
Wikipedia - Hydra (operating system)
Wikipedia - Hydraulic drive system
Wikipedia - Hydrogen economy -- A system of delivering energy using hydrogen
Wikipedia - Hydrolastic -- Type of space-efficient automotive suspension system used in many cars produced by British Motor Corporation
Wikipedia - Hyperbolic navigation -- Class of obsolete radio navigation systems
Wikipedia - HyperCard -- Hypermedia system for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers
Wikipedia - Hypercompact stellar system
Wikipedia - Hypertext Editing System
Wikipedia - Hypophyseal portal system -- System of blood vessels
Wikipedia - Hysteresis -- Dependence of the state of a system on its history
Wikipedia - IAU definition of planet -- Formal definition of a planet in the context of the Solar System as ratified by the IAU in 2006
Wikipedia - IBM 1132 -- Line printer, part of the IBM 1130 computer system
Wikipedia - IBM 2250 -- Vector graphics display system by IBM for the System/360
Wikipedia - IBM 305 RAMAC -- IBM computer released in 1956, notable as first commercially available computer system to include a hard disk drive
Wikipedia - IBM 610 -- Vacuum tube computer system
Wikipedia - IBM 650 -- Vacuum tube computer system
Wikipedia - IBM 700/7000 series -- Mainframe computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s
Wikipedia - IBM 702 -- Vacuum tube computer system
Wikipedia - IBM 704 -- Vacuum tube computer system
Wikipedia - IBM 7090/94 IBSYS -- Early-to-mid 1960s operating system for the scientific line of IBM mainframes
Wikipedia - IBM 709 -- vacuum tube computer system
Wikipedia - IBM AIX -- Series of Unix operating systems from IBM
Wikipedia - IBM Business System 12
Wikipedia - IBM FlashSystem
Wikipedia - IBM Future Systems project -- 1970s research project
Wikipedia - IBM General Parallel File System
Wikipedia - IBM High Level Assembler -- Modern assembler for programs on IBM's z/Architecture systems
Wikipedia - IBM Information Management System
Wikipedia - IBM mainframe -- Large computer systems produced by IBM since 1952
Wikipedia - IBM Personal System/2 -- Third generation of personal computers by IBM
Wikipedia - IBM Personal System/55
Wikipedia - IBM Power Systems
Wikipedia - IBM Q System One
Wikipedia - IBM RISC System/6000 -- 1990s line of RISC servers and workstations from IBM
Wikipedia - IBM Standard Modular System
Wikipedia - IBM System/23 Datamaster
Wikipedia - IBM System/23
Wikipedia - IBM System/32 -- Type of mini computer
Wikipedia - IBM System/34, 36 System Support Program
Wikipedia - IBM System/360-67
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 architecture
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 195 -- Discontinued mainframe computer system
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 20
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 22
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 25
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 30
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 40
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 44
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 50
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 65
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 67 -- 1967 IBM mainframe model with virtual memory and 32-bit addressing
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 75
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 85
Wikipedia - IBM System 360 Model 91
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 Model 91
Wikipedia - IBM System 360
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 -- Mainframe computer system family delivered between 1965 and 1978
Wikipedia - IBM System/370 Model 168 -- Discontinued mainframe computer system
Wikipedia - IBM System 370
Wikipedia - IBM System/370 -- Family of mainframe computers 1970-1990
Wikipedia - IBM System/38
Wikipedia - IBM System/390 -- Line of mainframe computers
Wikipedia - IBM System/3
Wikipedia - IBM System/4 Pi
Wikipedia - IBM System i
Wikipedia - IBM System Object Model -- Programming framework
Wikipedia - IBM System R -- Relational database management system, first implementation of SQL
Wikipedia - IBM Systems Application Architecture
Wikipedia - IBM Systems Journal
Wikipedia - IBM System z10
Wikipedia - IBM System z9 -- Line of mainframe computers
Wikipedia - IBM System z
Wikipedia - IBM Web-based System Manager -- Unix configuration utility
Wikipedia - IBM XCF -- Component of the z/OS operating system
Wikipedia - IBM zEnterprise System
Wikipedia - IBus (London) -- Automatic Vehicle Location and information system for London's buses
Wikipedia - ICab -- Web browser for Macintosh operating systems
Wikipedia - ICD-10-CM -- Diagnosis code system for use in the U.S.
Wikipedia - ICD-10 Procedure Coding System -- International system of medical classification used for procedural coding
Wikipedia - Iceland Air Defence System -- Air surveillance branch of Iceland's military
Wikipedia - Ice protection system
Wikipedia - Icy Phoenix -- Content management system
Wikipedia - Identity provider (SAML) -- System entity that issues authentication assertions
Wikipedia - Idris (operating system)
Wikipedia - IDX Systems -- Defunct US health care software technology company
Wikipedia - IEEE 1344 -- IEEE standard for parameters for synchrophasors for power systems
Wikipedia - IEEE 1855 -- IEEE standard for describing a fuzzy logic system
Wikipedia - IEEE Intelligent Systems
Wikipedia - IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society
Wikipedia - IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
Wikipedia - IEEE Systems, Man > Cybernetics Society
Wikipedia - IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems -- Scientific journal
Wikipedia - IERS Reference Meridian -- International prime meridian used for GPS and other systems
Wikipedia - IFF Mark III -- Aircraft identification friend or foe system
Wikipedia - IFF Mark II -- Aircraft identification system
Wikipedia - Igbo apprentice system -- Apprentice system of Igbo ethnic group in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Ignition coil -- Automobile fuel ignition system component
Wikipedia - Illinois Waterway -- Canal system in Illinois
Wikipedia - Image Packaging System
Wikipedia - IMAX 432 -- Former operating system
Wikipedia - I-ME-WE -- Submarine communications cable system between India and France
Wikipedia - Immune systems
Wikipedia - Immune system -- Biological system that protects an organism against disease
Wikipedia - Immune tolerance -- State of unresponsiveness of the immune system to substances or tissue that have the capacity to elicit an immune response
Wikipedia - Immunization -- Process by which an individual's immune system becomes fortified against an agent
Wikipedia - Immunodeficiency -- State in which the immune system's ability to fight infectious disease and cancer is compromised or absent
Wikipedia - Immunological memory -- Ability of the immune system to quickly and specifically recognize an antigen
Wikipedia - Immunology -- Branch of medicine studying the immune system
Wikipedia - Immunotherapy -- Activation or suppression of the immune system to treat disease
Wikipedia - Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on politics -- Impact of COVID-19 on political systems
Wikipedia - Imperial Church System
Wikipedia - Imperial Court System -- One of the oldest and largest LGBT organizations in the world
Wikipedia - Imperial units -- System of units that were implemented on 1 January 1826 in the British Empire
Wikipedia - Imprest system -- Form of accounting
Wikipedia - Inca road system -- Transportation system of the Inca empire
Wikipedia - Incentive-centered design -- Incentive-centered design is the science of designing a system
Wikipedia - Incitement to terrorism -- Category in some national legal systems
Wikipedia - Inclined elevator -- Form of a cable railway system for steep gradient, similar to a funicular
Wikipedia - Incognito (operating system)
Wikipedia - Incompatible Timesharing System
Wikipedia - Indentured servitude in British America -- 17th-19th century labor system
Wikipedia - Indentured servitude -- System of unfree labor
Wikipedia - Independent film -- Film done outside major film studio system
Wikipedia - Independent Subway System -- Defunct subway operator in New York City
Wikipedia - In-depth-systemics -- Extension of the field of systemic therapy and counseling approaches
Wikipedia - Indiana University Bloomington -- Public research university located in Bloomington, Indiana, United States (this is about the Bloomington campus, not the system of universities)
Wikipedia - Indiana University -- University system, Indiana, U.S.
Wikipedia - Indian Data Relay Satellite System -- First launch due end 2020
Wikipedia - Indian Financial System Code -- Unique identifier for a branch of a financial institution in India
Wikipedia - Indian indenture system -- System of indentured servitude, functioning as a substitute for slave labour, following the abolition of the slave trade in 1833 and continued until the 1920s
Wikipedia - Indian numbering system -- Indian methods of naming large numbers
Wikipedia - Indian Ocean Gyre -- A large systems of rotating ocean currents. The Indian Ocean gyre is composed of two major currents: the South Equatorial Current, and the West Australian Current
Wikipedia - Indian Railways -- India's national railway system operated by the Ministry of Railways
Wikipedia - Indian Script Code for Information Interchange -- Coding scheme for Indian writing systems
Wikipedia - India Post -- Postal system of India
Wikipedia - Indicator of compromise -- Artifact observed on a network or in an operating system that indicates a computer intrusion
Wikipedia - Indigenous Australian seasons -- Systems of weather seasons used by Indigenous Australians
Wikipedia - Indigenous religion -- Indigenous religious belief systems
Wikipedia - Individual Master File -- Record-keeping system for US tax filings
Wikipedia - Indonesian Spelling System -- Spelling system used for the Indonesian language
Wikipedia - Indoor positioning system
Wikipedia - Indore Metro -- Rapid transit system in Indore, India
Wikipedia - Indus River System Authority -- Pakistani government agency
Wikipedia - Industrial Control Systems
Wikipedia - Industrial control systems
Wikipedia - Industrial control system
Wikipedia - Industrial ecology -- study of matter and energy flow in industrial systems
Wikipedia - Industrial engineering -- Branch of engineering which deals with the optimization of complex processes or systems
Wikipedia - Inertial guidance system
Wikipedia - Inertial navigation system
Wikipedia - Infant Jesus Academy of Silang -- Member of the Diocesan Catholic School in the Diocese of Imus Catholic Educational System Inc.(DICES)
Wikipedia - Infant oral mutilation -- Dangerous procedure in some traditional medicine systems
Wikipedia - Inferno (operating system)
Wikipedia - Information Management System
Wikipedia - Information processing system
Wikipedia - Information security operations center -- Facility where enterprise information systems are monitored, assessed, and defended
Wikipedia - Information silo -- An insular information management system
Wikipedia - Information systems (discipline)
Wikipedia - Information systems engineering
Wikipedia - Information Systems International Conference
Wikipedia - Information Systems Journal
Wikipedia - Information Systems (journal)
Wikipedia - Information systems methodologies
Wikipedia - Information Systems Research
Wikipedia - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional
Wikipedia - Information Systems Security Engineering Professional
Wikipedia - Information Systems Security Management Professional
Wikipedia - Information systems
Wikipedia - Information System
Wikipedia - Information system -- Combination of information, resources, activities and people that support tasks in an organization; a group of components that interact to produce information
Wikipedia - Infrastructure -- Facilities and systems serving society
Wikipedia - INIS-8 -- 8-bit character encoding used for the International Nuclear Information System.
Wikipedia - INIS character set -- 7-bit ASCII subset used for the International Nuclear Information System
Wikipedia - Init system
Wikipedia - INK (operating system) -- Operating system that runs on the input output nodes of the IBM Blue Gene supercomputer
Wikipedia - In My System -- 2010 single by Tinchy Stryder
Wikipedia - Innocent prisoner's dilemma -- Detrimental effect of a legal system in which admission of guilt can result in reduced sentences or early parole
Wikipedia - InnoDB -- Storage engine for the MySQL database management system
Wikipedia - Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering
Wikipedia - Inode pointer structure -- Hierarchy/layout for directing inodes in a Unix File System
Wikipedia - Inode -- Data structure describing a file-system object (e.g. file, directory) that stores the attributes and disk block location(s) of the object data
Wikipedia - Input method -- Operating system component or program that allows any data, such as keyboard strokes or mouse movements, to be received as input
Wikipedia - Input/Output Control System -- logical record API
Wikipedia - Input/output -- Communication between an information processing system and the outside world
Wikipedia - Inquisition -- system of tribunals enforcing Catholic orthodoxy
Wikipedia - Inquisitorial system -- Legal system in which the court is actively involved in investigating the facts of the case
Wikipedia - Insanity defense -- Plea to insanity of criminal actions used in a court system
Wikipedia - Insignia Systems, Inc. -- American advertising company
Wikipedia - Installable File System
Wikipedia - Institute for Social Security and Services for State Workers -- Mexican public health system
Wikipedia - Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers -- Professional society for the support of the industrial engineering profession
Wikipedia - Instrumental temperature record -- In situ measurements that provides theM-BM- temperatureM-BM- of Earth'sM-BM- climate system
Wikipedia - Instrument landing system localizer -- Horizontal guidance system
Wikipedia - Instrument Landing System
Wikipedia - Instrument landing system -- Ground-based visual aid for landing
Wikipedia - Insular script -- Writing system common to Ireland and Anglo-Saxon England
Wikipedia - Insulation system -- System for classifying electrical insulation based on maximum safe operating temperature
Wikipedia - In-system programming
Wikipedia - Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System
Wikipedia - Integrated coastal zone management -- Environmental managment system
Wikipedia - Integrated Conflict Early Warning System
Wikipedia - Integrated library system
Wikipedia - Integrated Ocean Observing System -- An organization of systems that routinely and continuously provides quality controlled data and information on current and future states of the oceans and Great Lakes
Wikipedia - Integrated Public Alert and Warning System -- American emergency alert architecture
Wikipedia - Integrated standby instrument system
Wikipedia - Integrated Taxonomic Information System -- Authoritative taxonomic information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes
Wikipedia - Integrity (operating system)
Wikipedia - Intelligence source and information reliability -- Rating systems used in intelligence analysis
Wikipedia - Intelligent speed adaptation -- System that ensures that road vehicles do not exceed a safe or legally enforced speed
Wikipedia - Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology
Wikipedia - Intelligent Systems -- Japanese video game developer
Wikipedia - Intelligent transportation systems
Wikipedia - Intelligent transportation system
Wikipedia - Intelligent transport system
Wikipedia - Intelligent tutoring systems
Wikipedia - Intelligent tutoring system
Wikipedia - Intel Management Engine -- Firmware and software that runs on all modern Intel CPUs at a higher level than user-facing operating system
Wikipedia - Intel Modular Server System
Wikipedia - Intel System Development Kit
Wikipedia - Interactions between the emotional and executive brain systems
Wikipedia - Interactive Application System -- old DEC operating system
Wikipedia - Interactive proof systems
Wikipedia - Interactive proof system
Wikipedia - Interactive Systems Corporation
Wikipedia - Interactive systems engineering
Wikipedia - InterBase -- Relational database management system
Wikipedia - Intercity Express -- German state-owned high-speed rail system
Wikipedia - Intercollegiate Broadcasting System -- Association of American college radio stations
Wikipedia - InterCon Systems Corporation
Wikipedia - Interfluve -- Area of higher ground between two rivers in the same drainage system
Wikipedia - Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Wikipedia - Interlocking machine room -- Component of the London Underground signalling system
Wikipedia - Interlock System
Wikipedia - Internal Family Systems Model -- Psychotherapy model
Wikipedia - International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Sciences
Wikipedia - International Affective Picture System
Wikipedia - International Celestial Reference Frame -- Realization of the International Celestial Reference System using reference celestial sources
Wikipedia - International Celestial Reference System -- Current standard celestial reference system
Wikipedia - International Classification for Standards -- Classification system for technical standards
Wikipedia - International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems
Wikipedia - International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks -- Computer networking conference
Wikipedia - International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems
Wikipedia - International Conference on Environmental Systems -- conference on human spaceflight technology and space human factors
Wikipedia - International Conference on Information Systems
Wikipedia - International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems
Wikipedia - International Council on Systems Engineering
Wikipedia - International Docking System Standard -- International standard for spacecraft docking adapters
Wikipedia - International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service -- body responsible for mantaining global time and reference frame standards
Wikipedia - International Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics
Wikipedia - International English Language Testing System -- Test for learners of English as a second language
Wikipedia - International E-road network -- Numbering system for roads in Europe
Wikipedia - International Federation for Systems Research
Wikipedia - International monetary systems -- Internationally agreed rules, conventions and supporting institutions that facilitate international trade
Wikipedia - International Numbering System for Food Additives
Wikipedia - International Roadmap for Devices and Systems
Wikipedia - International Semi Tech Microsystems -- Canadian household and consumer products firm
Wikipedia - International Society for the Systems Sciences
Wikipedia - International System of Quantities -- System of quantities and equations used in science
Wikipedia - International System of Units -- Modern form of the metric system
Wikipedia - Internet Explorer for UNIX -- Web browser by Microsoft for UNIX systems
Wikipedia - Internet Security Systems
Wikipedia - Internet Systems Consortium
Wikipedia - Internet -- Global system of connected computer networks
Wikipedia - Interoception -- Sensory system that receives and integrates information from the body
Wikipedia - InterPlanetary File System -- Content-addressable, peer-to-peer hypermedia distribution protocol
Wikipedia - Interplanetary medium -- Material which fills the Solar System
Wikipedia - Interplanetary spaceflight -- TheM-BM- crewed or uncrewed travel between stars or planets, usually within a single planetary system
Wikipedia - Interruptible operating system
Wikipedia - Intersection type system
Wikipedia - Interstate Highway standards -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Interstate Highway System -- United States highway system
Wikipedia - Interstellar communication -- communication between planetary systems
Wikipedia - Interstellar medium -- Matter and radiation in the space between the star systems in a galaxy
Wikipedia - Interstellar probe -- Space probe that can travel out of the Solar System
Wikipedia - Interstellar travel -- Hypothetical travel between stars or planetary systems
Wikipedia - InterSystems -- American technology company
Wikipedia - Intrahealth Systems Limited -- New Zealand software company
Wikipedia - Intrusion Detection System
Wikipedia - Intrusion detection system
Wikipedia - Intrusion-detection system
Wikipedia - Intrusion prevention system
Wikipedia - Inuktitut syllabics -- Abugida-type writing system used in Canada
Wikipedia - IOS 10 -- Tenth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 11 -- Eleventh major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 12 -- Twelfth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 13 -- Thirteenth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 14 -- Fourteenth and current major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 4 -- Fourth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 5 -- Fifth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 6 -- Sixth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 7 -- Seventh major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 8 -- Eighth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS 9 -- Ninth major release of iOS, the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - IOS version history -- History of the mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Iota Ursae Majoris -- Double binary star system in the constellation Ursa Major
Wikipedia - IPadOS 13 -- Mobile operating system of the iPad
Wikipedia - IPadOS -- Mobile operating system of the iPad
Wikipedia - IPhone OS 1 -- first major version of the mobile operating system by Apple
Wikipedia - Irish grid reference system -- System of geographic grid references used for mapping in Ireland
Wikipedia - Irish logarithm -- System of number manipulation for mechanical multiplication
Wikipedia - Irish Transverse Mercator -- Geographic coordinate system for Ireland
Wikipedia - Iron Dome -- Israeli air defense system to protect against short-range rockets and artillery shells fired from distances of 4 to 70M-BM- km
Wikipedia - IRQL (Windows) -- Means by which Windows prioritizes interrupts that come from the system's processors
Wikipedia - Irreducible complexity -- Argument by proponents of intelligent design that certain biological systems are too complex to have evolved
Wikipedia - Islamic Economic Systems -- 1994 book by Ali Rahnema and Farhad Nomani
Wikipedia - Islamic Revolutionary Court -- Court system in Iran
Wikipedia - Islandora -- Open source digital repository system
Wikipedia - ISO 13584 -- ISO standard regarding industrial automation systems and integration
Wikipedia - ISO 15924 -- defines two sets of codes for a number of writing systems
Wikipedia - ISO 4 -- International standard which defines a uniform system for the abbreviation of serial titles
Wikipedia - ISO 9660 -- File system for CD-R and CD-ROM optical discs
Wikipedia - ISO/IEC 2022 -- Higher-level 7-bit and 8-bit character encoding system
Wikipedia - ISO/IEEE 11073 -- Standard on communication between medical devices and external computer systems
Wikipedia - Isolated system
Wikipedia - Isolation (database systems)
Wikipedia - ISO/TR 11941 -- ISO Korean romanization system
Wikipedia - ISO week date -- Leap week calendar system
Wikipedia - ISPF -- Component of the z/OS operating system used for accessing filesystems
Wikipedia - Israel Defense Forces ranks -- Ranking system within the IDF
Wikipedia - Israeli Cassini Soldner -- Historical geographic coordinate system
Wikipedia - Israeli Military Governorate -- Military government system that followed the Six-Day War
Wikipedia - Israeli permit system in the West Bank -- Regime of permits for Palestinian residents in the Israeli-occupied West Bank
Wikipedia - Israeli Transverse Mercator -- Geographic coordinate system for Israel
Wikipedia - Issue-based information system
Wikipedia - Issues relating to the iOS operating system
Wikipedia - Issue tracking system
Wikipedia - Istanbul Tram -- Tram system in Istanbul, Turkey
Wikipedia - Isthmian script -- Mesoamerican writing system in use in the area of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec from perhaps 500 BCE to 500 CE
Wikipedia - Italian six-hour clock -- Timekeeping system
Wikipedia - Itchen Navigation -- Disused canal system in Hampshire, England
Wikipedia - Iterated function system
Wikipedia - Iterative and incremental development -- Types of methodology to develop a system through repeated cycles (iterative) and in smaller portions at a time
Wikipedia - IUCN Red List of Ecosystems -- International list of biodiversity conservation priorities
Wikipedia - Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana -- Indiana's public community college system
Wikipedia - -- Internet exchange point system of Brazil
Wikipedia - IXsystems
Wikipedia - Izzi Telecom -- Mexican cable system operator
Wikipedia - JACK Audio Connection Kit -- Professional sound server daemon for Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - JACK Intelligent Agents -- Java framework for system development
Wikipedia - Jacksonville Public Library -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Jacobi method -- Iterative method used to solve a linear system of equations
Wikipedia - JADE (planning system) -- U.S. military system used for planning
Wikipedia - Jakarta MRT -- Rapid transit system in Jakarta
Wikipedia - J-Alert -- Japanese disaster alert system
Wikipedia - Jan Marco Leimeister -- German professor of business information systems
Wikipedia - Japanese Government Railways -- Japanese former railway system
Wikipedia - Japanese phonology -- Sound system of the Japanese language
Wikipedia - Jardines station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Java Desktop System
Wikipedia - Java Enterprise System
Wikipedia - Java Module System
Wikipedia - Java Platform Module System -- Distribution format for Java code and resources
Wikipedia - JDR Cable Systems -- British subsea cable manufacturer
Wikipedia - Jehol Biota -- ecosystem of northeastern China between 133 and 120 million years ago
Wikipedia - Jeremy Watson -- Professor of engineering systems
Wikipedia - Jerusalem Light Rail -- A light rail system in Jerusalem, Israel.
Wikipedia - Jessica Green -- Researcher in biodiversity theory and microbial systems
Wikipedia - Jessica Melbourne-Thomas -- Marine ecologist and ecosystem modeller
Wikipedia - JFFS -- Log-structured file system
Wikipedia - JFS (file system)
Wikipedia - Jilin-1 -- Chinese commercial satellite system
Wikipedia - Jimi system
Wikipedia - Jinan Metro -- Rapid transit system serving Jinan, Shandong, China
Wikipedia - Jini -- Network architecture for distributed systems
Wikipedia - Job Entry Subsystem 2/3 -- Component of the z/OS operating system
Wikipedia - JoBike -- Bangladeshi bicycle sharing system
Wikipedia - Job shop -- Small manufacturing systems that handle custom manufacturing processes
Wikipedia - John F. Thompson -- Space and Missile Systems Center commander
Wikipedia - John P. Allen -- American systems ecologist
Wikipedia - Johnson Controls -- Building systems and facility management firm based in Cork, Ireland
Wikipedia - Johnson Matthey Battery Systems -- British manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Johnstown Traction Company -- Former transit system in Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Joint Academic Coding System
Wikipedia - Joint Electronics Type Designation System -- Unclassified designator for United States military electronic equipment
Wikipedia - Joint Tactical Radio System
Wikipedia - Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System -- US military intranet system
Wikipedia - Jonathan Dory -- Human Systems Integration Lead at NASA's Johnson Space Center
Wikipedia - Joomla -- Free and open-source web content management system
Wikipedia - Jordan Antiquities Database and Information System -- Computer database of antiquities in Jordan
Wikipedia - Jordbrugrotta -- Cave system in Norway
Wikipedia - Josephson voltage standard -- System used to generate stable voltages, that may be used to define a volt
Wikipedia - Joule -- Unit of energy in the SI system
Wikipedia - Journaling file system -- File system that keeps track of not yet committed changes in a data structure called a M-bM-^@M-^\journalM-bM-^@M-^] (usually a circular log); when a system crash or power failure occurs, such file systems can be recovered online faster with less corruption
Wikipedia - Journal of Computer and System Sciences
Wikipedia - Journal of Management Information Systems
Wikipedia - Journal of Systems and Software
Wikipedia - Journal of the Association for Information Systems
Wikipedia - Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System -- Quarterly academic journal
Wikipedia - Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems -- Journal of American Society of Civil Engineers
Wikipedia - Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research -- A quarterly, peer reviewed, scientific journal
Wikipedia - Joytv -- Television system
Wikipedia - Judicial system of China
Wikipedia - Judicial system of Iran -- One of the three forces in Islamic republic of Iran
Wikipedia - Judicial system of Ukraine
Wikipedia - Judicial system of Vietnam
Wikipedia - Judiciaries of the United Kingdom -- Systems of courts of law in England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland
Wikipedia - Judiciary of Greece -- Judicial system of Greece
Wikipedia - Judiciary of Indonesia -- Judicial system in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Judiciary system
Wikipedia - Judiciary -- System of courts that interprets and applies the law
Wikipedia - Julie Ivy -- Professor of industrial and systems engineering
Wikipedia - Jumping -- Form of movement in which an organism or mechanical system propels itself into the air
Wikipedia - Jupiter -- Fifth planet from the Sun and largest planet in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Jurong Bird Park Panorail -- Private monorail system
Wikipedia - Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System -- Transport agency of the US Department of Justice
Wikipedia - Justsystem Pittsburgh Research Center
Wikipedia - JX (operating system)
Wikipedia - Kabardian grammar -- system and structure of the Kabardian language
Wikipedia - Kabul bus rapid transit -- Transit system in Kabul
Wikipedia - KaiOS -- Mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Kakistocracy -- System of government run by those least qualified to do so
Wikipedia - Kaktovik numerals -- Inuit numeral system for a base-20 counting system
Wikipedia - Kalayaan Broadcasting System, Inc. -- Philippine radio network
Wikipedia - Kamaiya and kamlari -- Traditional systems of bonded labour in Nepal
Wikipedia - Kamin-2 -- Type of Air defense system
Wikipedia - Kammatograph -- Early (1900) system for short movie films
Wikipedia - Kangchu system -- Socio-economic system developed by Chinese agricultural settlers in Johor
Wikipedia - Kanji -- Adopted logographic Chinese characters used in the modern Japanese writing system
Wikipedia - Kappa Tucanae -- Quadruple star system in the constellation Tucana
Wikipedia - Karl Marx and the Close of His System -- 1896 book by Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk
Wikipedia - Kathleen Weathers -- Ecosystem scientist
Wikipedia - Katyusha rocket launcher -- Family of rocket artillery systems
Wikipedia - KE KELIT -- Austrian pipe-system manufacturer
Wikipedia - Kell antigen system -- Human blood group classification
Wikipedia - Kent District Library -- Library system in Kent County, Michigan
Wikipedia - Ken Thompson -- American computer scientist, creator of the Unix operating system
Wikipedia - Kentucky Community and Technical College System -- Kentucky's system of community colleges
Wikipedia - Kepler-46 -- An old star with a planetary system
Wikipedia - Kepler scientific workflow system
Wikipedia - Kernal (operating system)
Wikipedia - KERNAL -- Commodore operating system
Wikipedia - Kernel (operating system) -- Core of a computer operating system
Wikipedia - Ketmen Ridge -- Mountain range in the Tian Shan system
Wikipedia - Keurig -- Beverage brewing system for home and commercial use
Wikipedia - Key Stage -- Stage of the British state education system
Wikipedia - KGYS (urban safety management system) -- Turkish monitoring and imaging system
Wikipedia - Khap -- System of social administration
Wikipedia - KIC 9832227 -- Contact binary star system
Wikipedia - Kidd antigen system -- human blood group classification
Wikipedia - Kill switch -- Safety mechanism to quickly shut down a system
Wikipedia - Kinematics equations -- Constraint equations of a mechanical system
Wikipedia - King County Library System
Wikipedia - King's Fund -- Organization involved with the health system in England
Wikipedia - Kitchen rudder -- Type of directional propulsion system for vessels
Wikipedia - Kite rig -- Wind-assisted propulsion system
Wikipedia - Kitsap Fast Ferries -- Passenger ferry system connecting Seattle to Kitsap County, Washington
Wikipedia - Kiva Systems
Wikipedia - Klang Valley Integrated Transit System -- Rail transportation network in the Klang Valley
Wikipedia - Kleene-Rosser paradox -- Paradox that shows that certain systems of formal logic are inconsistent
Wikipedia - Klemperer rosette -- Type of gravitational system
Wikipedia - Klerer-May System -- Programming language oriented to numerical scientific programming
Wikipedia - KM-EM-^Qbanya cellar system -- Network of tunnels under the 10th district of Budapest
Wikipedia - Knight Bachelor -- In the British honours system, a title granted to a man who has been knighted by the monarch but not inducted as a member of one of the organised orders of chivalry
Wikipedia - Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems -- Peer-reviewed scientific journal
Wikipedia - Knowledge-based systems -- Computer program that reasons and uses a knowledge base to solve complex problems
Wikipedia - Knowledge based system
Wikipedia - Knowledge-based system
Wikipedia - Knowledge management system
Wikipedia - Knowledge organization systems
Wikipedia - Knowledge organization system
Wikipedia - Knowledge Systems Laboratory
Wikipedia - KOBIL Systems -- German information security company
Wikipedia - Kohn-Sham equations -- One-electron Schrodinger equation of a fictitious system
Wikipedia - KolibriOS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Kolkata Bus Rapid Transit System
Wikipedia - Kolkata Metro -- Rapid Transit System in Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Wikipedia - Kolkata Suburban Railway -- Rail system in Kolkata, India
Wikipedia - Kongoni (operating system)
Wikipedia - Koppen climate classification -- Climate classification system
Wikipedia - Korean Broadcasting System -- Korea public service broadcaster
Wikipedia - Korea Train Express -- South Korean high-speed rail system
Wikipedia - Korora (operating system)
Wikipedia - Kozai mechanism -- dynamical phenomenon affecting the orbit of a binary system perturbed by a distant third body
Wikipedia - KRL Commuterline -- Commuter rail system for Greater Jakarta, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Kshatriya -- Ruling and warrior class in the Hindu Varna system of India
Wikipedia - K-system -- Audio level measuring technique
Wikipedia - Kuchi shM-EM-^Mga -- System of notation for traditional Japanese drums
Wikipedia - Kuiper belt -- Area of the Solar System beyond the planets, comprising small bodies
Wikipedia - Kundu equation -- General form of integrable system
Wikipedia - Kunrei-shiki romanization -- System to transcribe the Japanese language into the Latin alphabet
Wikipedia - Kurzweil Educational Systems -- American educational technology company
Wikipedia - Kurzweil K2000 -- Digital synthesizer and music workstation by Kurzweil Music Systems
Wikipedia - Kurzweil Music Systems -- American electronic musical instrument manufacturer
Wikipedia - KWin -- KDE window manager for the X Window System
Wikipedia - Kx Systems
Wikipedia - Kylin (operating system)
Wikipedia - Kyoto Broadcasting System
Wikipedia - Labelled transition system
Wikipedia - Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems
Wikipedia - Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems -- Massachusetts Institute of Technology research institute
Wikipedia - Labouchere system -- Gambling strategy
Wikipedia - LabVantage -- Laboratory information management system (LIMS) provider
Wikipedia - Lacrimal apparatus -- Physiological system containing the orbital structures for tear production and drainage
Wikipedia - Lafayette Parish School System -- School district in Louisiana
Wikipedia - La Hitte system -- Rifled field gun system, 1858
Wikipedia - Lake Michigan-Huron -- Combined lake system
Wikipedia - Lambda1 Tucanae -- Binary star system in the constellation Tucana
Wikipedia - Lambda calculus -- Formal mathematical logic system centered on function abstractions and applications
Wikipedia - Lambda Scorpii -- Star system in the constellation Scorpius
Wikipedia - Lamport timestamp -- Algorithm used to determine the order of events in a distributed computer system
Wikipedia - Lan blood group system -- Human blood group system
Wikipedia - Land mobile radio system -- Communication system
Wikipedia - Landscape ecology -- The science of relationships between ecological processes in the environment and particular ecosystems
Wikipedia - Landscape limnology -- The spatially explicit study of lakes, streams, and wetlands as they interact with freshwater, terrestrial, and human landscapes to determine the effects of pattern on ecosystem processes across temporal and spatial scales
Wikipedia - Landscape (software) -- Systems management tool developed by Canonical
Wikipedia - Lane departure warning system
Wikipedia - Languages in Star Wars -- Languages and writing systems in the Star Wars universe
Wikipedia - Laning and Zierler system
Wikipedia - LankaClear -- Payment clearing system in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - LANKAQR -- QR code payment system in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - LAN Manager -- Depreciated Microsoft networking system with broken security
Wikipedia - Laplace-P -- Proposed Russian spacecraft to study the Jovian moon system and land on Ganymede
Wikipedia - Large intestine -- Last part of the digestive system in vertebrates
Wikipedia - Large marine ecosystem -- Regions of the world's oceans characterized by distinct bathymetry, hydrography, productivity, and trophically dependent populations
Wikipedia - Large-scale Complex IT Systems -- UK research and graduate education programme
Wikipedia - Large seal script -- Writing system used in the Western and early Eastern Zhou dynasties of China
Wikipedia - Large strategic science missions -- Series of NASA missions to explore the Solar System
Wikipedia - Las Colinas APT System -- People mover in Las Colinas, Irving, Texas
Wikipedia - Laser broom -- Ground-based laser beam-powered system to clear space debris
Wikipedia - Las Lomas station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - LaTeX -- Document preparation system
Wikipedia - Latrine -- Toilet or an even simpler facility that is used as a toilet within a sanitation system
Wikipedia - Lattes Platform -- Information system about researchers and institutions in Brazil
Wikipedia - Launch and recovery system (diving) -- Equipment used to deploy and recover a diving bell, stage, or ROV
Wikipedia - Launchd -- Unified operating system service management framework, starts, stops and manages daemons, applications, processes, and scripts in macOS
Wikipedia - Launch loop -- Proposed system for launching objects into orbit
Wikipedia - Laura Albert (academic) -- Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Wikipedia - Lausanne MM-CM-)tro -- Transit system of Lausanne, Switzerland
Wikipedia - Law and order (politics) -- demands for a strict criminal justice system, especially in relation to violent and property crime
Wikipedia - Law enforcement in Puerto Rico -- Component of the criminal justice system of Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Law enforcement in the United States -- Major component of the US criminal justice system
Wikipedia - Law of Italy -- Legal system of Italy
Wikipedia - Law of Pakistan -- Legal system in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Law of Poland -- Legal system in Poland
Wikipedia - Law of Puerto Rico -- Mix of the civil law and the common law systems
Wikipedia - Law of South Africa -- Legal system of the Republic of South Africa
Wikipedia - Law -- System of rules and guidelines, generally backed by governmental authority
Wikipedia - LAX Automated People Mover -- Electric train system under the Los Angeles Airport
Wikipedia - LB-1 -- Binary star system in the constellation Gemini
Wikipedia - LCD Soundsystem -- American rock band
Wikipedia - LCFG -- Computer configuration management system
Wikipedia - LDS-1 (Line Drawing System-1)
Wikipedia - Lean Six Sigma -- Methodology of systematically removing waste
Wikipedia - Learning classifier system
Wikipedia - Learning content management system
Wikipedia - Learning management systems
Wikipedia - Learning management system -- Software system that serves the delivery of learning content and the organisation of learning processes
Wikipedia - Leduc Transit -- Public transportation system in Alberta
Wikipedia - Left-right political spectrum -- System of classifying political positions, ideologies and parties
Wikipedia - Legacy Health -- Nonprofit hospital system in Portland, Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Legacy systems
Wikipedia - Legacy system
Wikipedia - Legal system of the Czech Republic
Wikipedia - Legal systems in Asia
Wikipedia - Legal system
Wikipedia - Legal tender -- Medium of payment allowed by law or recognized by a legal system to be valid for meeting a financial obligation
Wikipedia - Leica Biosystems -- German scientific instruments manufacturer
Wikipedia - Lei Stanley Qi -- Chemical and systems biology researcher
Wikipedia - Leitner system
Wikipedia - Lens flare -- Image artifact produced by scattered or flared light within a lens system
Wikipedia - Leonora's Caves -- Limestone cave system in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar
Wikipedia - Lepidoptera in the 10th edition of Systema Naturae -- Classification of arthropods
Wikipedia - LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Les Kaufman -- American evolutionary ecologist specializing in aquatic ecosystems
Wikipedia - Lesser Caucasus -- Mountain system
Wikipedia - Letter (alphabet) -- Grapheme in an alphabetic system of writing
Wikipedia - LetterWise -- Patented predictive text entry systems
Wikipedia - Liberty Broadcasting System -- American radio network
Wikipedia - Library classification -- Systems of coding and organizing documents or library materials
Wikipedia - Library of Congress Classification -- System of library classification developed by the United States Library of Congress
Wikipedia - Library of Congress Control Number -- Numbering system for catalog records at the Library of Congress
Wikipedia - Licence Raj -- Extensive system of licensing and regulation in India from about 1947 to 1990
Wikipedia - Life-critical system
Wikipedia - Life-support system -- Technology that allows survival in hostile environments
Wikipedia - Lightweight Kernel Operating System
Wikipedia - Likert's Management Systems
Wikipedia - Limbic system -- Set of brain structures involved in emotion and motivation
Wikipedia - Limit cycle -- Behavior in a nonlinear system
Wikipedia - Limnological tower -- Structure for the study of aquatic ecosystems
Wikipedia - Limnology -- The science of inland aquatic ecosystems
Wikipedia - Limping bimetallism -- Monetary system in the United States
Wikipedia - Lindenmayer systems
Wikipedia - Lindley system -- A taxonomic system of plant classification, by John Lindley (1799-1865)
Wikipedia - LineageOS -- Free and open-source operating system based on Android
Wikipedia - Linear A -- Writing system of the Minoans
Wikipedia - Linear context-free rewriting system
Wikipedia - Linear logic -- System of resource-aware logic
Wikipedia - Linear system of divisors
Wikipedia - Linear systems
Wikipedia - Linear system
Wikipedia - Linear Tape File System
Wikipedia - Line code -- Pattern used within a communications system to represent digital data
Wikipedia - Line of advantage -- astrological house system/imaginary line in astrology
Wikipedia - Line T1 (Beijing Yizhuang Tram) -- A tram line of the Beijing Yizhuang Tram system
Wikipedia - Linguistic competence -- System of linguistic knowledge possessed by native speakers of a language
Wikipedia - Linguistic universal -- Pattern that occurs systematically across nearly all natural languages; e.g. having nouns and verbs, and (if spoken) has consonants and vowels
Wikipedia - Linked exchange rate system in Hong Kong -- Currency Peg System in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Link light rail -- Light rail system in Puget Sound region of Washington state
Wikipedia - Link Train -- Railway system in Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Linnaean taxonomy -- A rank based classification system for organisms
Wikipedia - Linux distribution -- Operating system based on the Linux kernel
Wikipedia - Linux Foundation -- Non-profit technology consortium to develop the Linux operating system
Wikipedia - Linux on embedded systems
Wikipedia - Linux -- Family of free and open-source software operating systems based on the Linux kernel
Wikipedia - Liouville's formula -- On the determinant of a solution of a 1st-order system of homogeneous linear differential equations
Wikipedia - Liquid vapor display -- Type of display system
Wikipedia - LISA (organization) -- USENIX special interest group for system administrators
Wikipedia - Lisbon Metro -- Rapid transit system in Lisbon, Portugal
Wikipedia - List of accessories to video games by system -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of acquisitions by Adobe Systems
Wikipedia - List of acquisitions by Cisco Systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of active Solar System probes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of airport people mover systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Apple operating systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of areas in the United States National Park System -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of artificial objects escaping from the Solar System
Wikipedia - List of artificial objects leaving the Solar System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of astrological traditions, types, and systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of best-selling Nintendo Entertainment System video games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of best-selling Super Nintendo Entertainment System video games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bicycle-sharing systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bidding systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of BSD operating systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of busiest city airport systems by passenger traffic -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of business routes of the Interstate Highway System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bus rapid transit systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bus transit systems in the United States -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of California state parks -- parks, historic resources, reserves and recreation areas in the California State Parks system.parks, historic resources, reserves and recreation areas.
Wikipedia - List of Charlotte Area Transit System bus routes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of circulatory system conditions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cognitive biases -- Systematic patterns of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment
Wikipedia - List of computer algebra systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer system emulators -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer system manufacturers -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer systems from Croatia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer systems from Serbia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer systems from Slovenia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of computer systems from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of content management systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of controlled-access highway systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of countries by system of government -- List of countries by system of government
Wikipedia - List of country legal systems
Wikipedia - List of craters in the Solar System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of craters with ray systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of creators of writing systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cryptographic file systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cutaneous neoplasms associated with systemic syndromes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of default file systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of disk operating systems called DOS -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of dynamical systems and differential equations topics -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of electoral systems by country -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of electronic toll collection systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Family Computer Disk System games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of fictional astronauts (exploration of inner Solar System) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of fictional astronauts (exploration of outer Solar System) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of file systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of formal systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of geographic information systems software -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of geological features of the Solar System
Wikipedia - List of gravitationally rounded objects of the Solar System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of hypothetical Solar System objects -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of information system character sets -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of information systems journals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Kangchu system placename etymologies -- wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of keratins expressed in the human integumentary system -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of languages by writing system -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of language subsystems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of largest craters in the Solar System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of largest lakes and seas in the Solar System -- List of Solar System bodies of liquid
Wikipedia - List of largest rifts, canyons and valleys in the Solar System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of largest town tramway systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Latin American rail transit systems by ridership -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Latin and Greek words commonly used in systematic names -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of learning management systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of light-rail transit systems
Wikipedia - List of local multiplayer video games by system -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of log-structured file systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Marquette University fraternity and sorority system -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Master System games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Systems neuroscience)
Wikipedia - List of metro systems in the Soviet Union -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of metro systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Microsoft operating systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of modern tramway and light rail systems in the United Kingdom -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of molecular graphics systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of monorail systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of multiplanetary systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of named Solar System objects -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of national legal systems -- System for interpreting and enforcing the laws
Wikipedia - List of National Park System areas in Maryland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of National Park System areas in New York -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Nintendo Entertainment System accessories -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Nintendo Entertainment System games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of North American rapid transit systems by ridership -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of numeral systems -- List of numeral systems
Wikipedia - List of numeral system topics -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of operating systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of orbital launch systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people in systems and control -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of pharmacy management systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of PlayStation Portable system software compatibilities -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of political parties in Mexico -- Political system of Mexico
Wikipedia - List of presidents of the University of Illinois System
Wikipedia - List of programmes broadcast by Korean Broadcasting System -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programs broadcast by E! (Canadian TV system) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programs broadcast by Seoul Broadcasting System -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programs broadcast by Tokyo Broadcasting System Television -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Program Transformation Systems
Wikipedia - List of proposed Solar System spacecraft -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of quantum-mechanical systems with analytical solutions
Wikipedia - List of rail transit systems in North America -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of rail transit systems in the United States -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of railway electrification systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of relational database management systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Samsung system-on-a-chips
Wikipedia - List of Samsung systems on a chip -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of secondary education systems by country -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of software package management systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Solar System extremes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Solar System objects by greatest aphelion -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Solar System objects by size -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Solar System objects most distant from the Sun -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of solar system objects
Wikipedia - List of Solar System objects -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Solar System probes -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Soviet computer systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Spanish Broadcasting System radio stations -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of special routes of the United States Numbered Highway System -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 16-20 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 20-25 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 25-30 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 30-35 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 35-40 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 40-45 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 45-50 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 50-55 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 55-60 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 60-65 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 65-70 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star systems within 70-75 light-years -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of streaming media systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of streetcar systems in the United States -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of suburban and commuter rail systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Sun Microsystems employees -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Super Nintendo Entertainment System accessories -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Super Nintendo Entertainment System games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of systemic diseases with ocular manifestations -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of system on a chip suppliers -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of system quality attributes -- Non-functional requirements for system evaluation
Wikipedia - List of systems engineers
Wikipedia - List of systems of plant taxonomy
Wikipedia - List of systems of the human body -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of systems science journals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of systems sciences organizations
Wikipedia - List of systems scientists -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of talent management system companies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tallest mountains in the Solar System -- List of Solar System mountains
Wikipedia - List of TecToy Master System 131 games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of terrorist incidents involving railway systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of TeX extensions -- Extensions for the TeX typesetting system
Wikipedia - List of the United States National Park System official units -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tools to create Live USB systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Africa -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Argentina -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Asia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Austria -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Belarus -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Belgium -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Brazil -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Central America -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Chile -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Croatia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Denmark -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Europe -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Finland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in France -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Germany -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Greece -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Hungary -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Italy -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Japan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in North America -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Norway -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Oceania -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Poland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Portugal -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Romania -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Russia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Serbia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in South America -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Spain -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Sweden -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Switzerland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in the Czech Republic -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in the Netherlands -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in the Republic of Ireland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in the United Kingdom -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems in Ukraine -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of town tramway systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tram and light rail transit systems -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tram systems by gauge and electrification -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Brazil -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolley bus systems in Canada -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in France -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Germany -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Russia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Spain -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Switzerland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in the United Kingdom -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in the United States -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems in Ukraine -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trolleybus systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tumblers (small Solar System bodies) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of systems theory -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Unix systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of unnumbered minor planets -- Catalog of unnumbered asteroids and distant objects in the Solar System
Wikipedia - List of urban rail systems in Japan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Utah State Routes deleted in 1969 -- Highway system
Wikipedia - List of web browsers for Unix and Unix-like operating systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of White Alice Communications System sites -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of writing systems
Wikipedia - List of Xbox 360 System Link games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Xbox System Link games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of geological features of the Solar System -- A directory of lists of geological features on asteroids, moons and planets other than Earth
Wikipedia - Lists of rapid transit systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of small Solar System bodies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - LiteOS -- real-time operating system
Wikipedia - Literary theory -- The systematic study of the nature of literature
Wikipedia - Live File System
Wikipedia - Livermore Time Sharing System
Wikipedia - Live USB -- USB flash drive or a USB external hard disk drive containing a full operating system that can be booted
Wikipedia - Livewire (networking) -- An audio-over-Ethernet system created by Axia Audio
Wikipedia - Living systems theory
Wikipedia - Living systems -- The multiple interactions and regulation of life forms with their environment
Wikipedia - Living system
Wikipedia - LN-3 inertial navigation system
Wikipedia - Local coordinates -- Used in a local coordinate system or a local coordinate space
Wikipedia - Local government in England -- System of state administration on a local level in England
Wikipedia - Local government in Northern Ireland -- System of state administration on a local level in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Local government in Scotland -- System of state administration on a local level in Scotland
Wikipedia - Local government in the United Kingdom -- System of state administration on a local level in Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Local government in Wales -- System of state administration on a local level in Wales
Wikipedia - Local School Councils -- Local School Councils for the Chicago Public School system in Chicago, US
Wikipedia - Local Security Authority Subsystem Service
Wikipedia - Logarithmic Number System
Wikipedia - Logarithmic number system
Wikipedia - Logical system
Wikipedia - Logic File System
Wikipedia - Login -- process by which individual access to a computer system is controlled by identifying and authenticating the user through the credentials presented by the user
Wikipedia - Log rotation -- Aspect of computer systems management
Wikipedia - Log-structured File System (BSD)
Wikipedia - Log-structured file system
Wikipedia - Lok Adalat -- System of alternative dispute resolution developed in India
Wikipedia - Lonclass -- Classification System
Wikipedia - London sewerage system -- Sewerage system
Wikipedia - London System
Wikipedia - London Underground -- Public rapid transit system in London, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Lone Star College System
Wikipedia - Long and short scales -- List of countries using one or several different large-number naming systems for integer powers of ten
Wikipedia - Long baseline acoustic positioning system -- Class of underwater acoustic positioning systems used to track underwater vehicles and divers
Wikipedia - Long branch attraction -- A form of systematic error whereby distantly related lineages are incorrectly inferred to be closely related
Wikipedia - Long March (rocket family) -- class of Chinese rockets with expendable launch systems
Wikipedia - Long-Term Mine Reconnaissance System -- An American torpedo tube-launched underwater search and survey unmanned undersea vehicle
Wikipedia - Loot system
Wikipedia - LORAN -- Long range navigation system
Wikipedia - Lorenz system
Wikipedia - Los Angeles Metro Rail -- urban rail system serving Los Angeles County, California
Wikipedia - Louis Braille -- French educator and inventor of the Braille system
Wikipedia - Louisville Free Public Library -- Public library system
Wikipedia - Low-altitude parachute-extraction system -- Tactical military airlift delivery method
Wikipedia - Low-Cost Guided Imaging Rocket -- Weapons system
Wikipedia - Low-definition television -- TV systems with screen resolution lower than standard-definition
Wikipedia - Lp0 on fire -- Old printer error message in some operating systems
Wikipedia - LS Cable & System -- Korean industrial corporation
Wikipedia - LS Canis Majoris -- Binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - LTI system theory
Wikipedia - LTR MultiNet -- APCO-16 compliant LTR Trunked Radio Systems
Wikipedia - Luas -- Light rail system in Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - Luch (satellite) -- Russian data relay system
Wikipedia - Lucknow Metro -- Rapid transit system in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Lunar escape systems -- Series of proposed emergency spacecraft for the Apollo Program
Wikipedia - LuneOS -- mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Lustre (file system) -- Parallel distributed file system
Wikipedia - -- Computing webzine with an emphasis on Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - Lyapunov function -- Concept in the analysis of dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Lyapunov stability -- Property of a dynamical system where solutions near an equilibrium point remain so
Wikipedia - Lymphangioma -- Malformations of the lymphatic system characterized by lesions that are thin-walled cysts
Wikipedia - Lymphatic system -- Organ system in vertebrates
Wikipedia - Lymphoma -- Hematologic cancer that affects lymphocytes that reside in the lymphatic system and in blood-forming organs
Wikipedia - Lymphotherapy -- Therapy of the lymphatic system
Wikipedia - M21 Sniper Weapon System -- American sniper rifle
Wikipedia - Macao Central Library -- Library of the Macao Public Library system, in Sao Lazaro, Macau
Wikipedia - Macau Light Rapid Transit -- Mass transit system in Macau
Wikipedia - Machine learning -- Scientific study of algorithms and statistical models that computer systems use to perform tasks without explicit instructions
Wikipedia - Mach operating system
Wikipedia - Macintosh File System
Wikipedia - Macintosh operating systems -- Family of operating systems for Macintosh computers
Wikipedia - Mackenzie River -- Largest river system in Canada
Wikipedia - MacOS Big Sur -- Current major version of the macOS operating system
Wikipedia - Mac OS X Jaguar -- 2002 operating system from Apple
Wikipedia - Macromedia HomeSite -- HTML editor owned by Adobe Systems.
Wikipedia - Madrid Metro -- Rapid transit system in Madrid, Spain
Wikipedia - Maemo -- mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Mageia -- Unix-like operating system forked from Mandriva Linux
Wikipedia - Magic system
Wikipedia - Maglev -- system of train transportation that uses two sets of magnets
Wikipedia - Magma (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Magnuson Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Magway Ltd -- Freight transport system
Wikipedia - Mahara (software) -- Free and open-source web-based electronic portfolio management system
Wikipedia - Mail Abuse Prevention System
Wikipedia - Mail -- System for transporting documents and other small packages
Wikipedia - Maintenance (technical) -- Operational and functional checks, servicing, repair or replacing of a product or technical system or parts thereof in order to keep their necessary technical condition
Wikipedia - Major histocompatibility complex -- Cell surface proteins, part of the acquired immune system
Wikipedia - Makemake -- Dwarf planet in the Solar System
Wikipedia - MAKS (spacecraft) -- Proposed Soviet air-launched reusable launch system project
Wikipedia - Malawi Prison System -- Prison system in Malawi
Wikipedia - Malayanma -- Writing system
Wikipedia - Malaysian Airline System Flight 653 -- 1977 aviation hijacking
Wikipedia - Malpighian tubule system -- Excretory and osmoregulatory system
Wikipedia - Mamanteo -- Seasonal water retention system using permeable ground cover for storage
Wikipedia - Managed care -- a type of health insurance system
Wikipedia - Management accounting -- Field of business administration, part of the internal accounting system of a company
Wikipedia - Management Information Systems Quarterly
Wikipedia - Management information systems
Wikipedia - Management information system -- Information system used for decision-making
Wikipedia - Management of information systems
Wikipedia - Management system
Wikipedia - Manchester Metrolink -- Tram system in Greater Manchester, UK
Wikipedia - Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System -- Automated flight control system developed by Boeing, contributing to the 737 MAX crashes
Wikipedia - Manila Light Rail Transit System -- Rail system serving the Metro Manila
Wikipedia - Manila Metro Rail Transit System
Wikipedia - Man-portable air-defense system -- Portable surface-to-air missile weapons
Wikipedia - Manta trawl -- A net system for sampling the surface of the ocean
Wikipedia - Mantrap (access control) -- Physical security access control system
Wikipedia - Manumation -- Hardware control systems
Wikipedia - Man'yM-EM-^Mgana -- System of writing Japanese based solely on Chinese characters
Wikipedia - Maoism (Third Worldism) -- Broad tendency which is mainly concerned with the infusion and synthesis of Marxism-particularly of the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist persuasion-with concepts of non-Marxist Third Worldism, namely dependency theory and world-systems theory
Wikipedia - Maple computer algebra system
Wikipedia - Map projection -- Systematic representation of the surface of a sphere or ellipsoid onto a plane
Wikipedia - MARC Train -- Commuter rail system comprising three lines in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area
Wikipedia - Mareth Line -- System of fortifications defending Tunisia during WW2
Wikipedia - MariaDB -- Database management system, relational, open source, community developed fork of MySQL
Wikipedia - Maricopa County Library District -- Public library system located in central Arizona, United States
Wikipedia - Marine conservation -- protection and preservation of saltwater ecosystems
Wikipedia - Marine ecosystem -- Ecosystem in saltwater environment
Wikipedia - Marine evacuation system -- Lifesaving device found on many modern passenger ships
Wikipedia - Marine Living Resources Act, 18 of 1998 -- A South African statutory law to provide for the conservation of the marine ecosystem
Wikipedia - Marine propulsion -- Systems for generating thrust for ships and boats on water
Wikipedia - Market socialism -- Economic system aiming to create socialism through supply and demand
Wikipedia - Marko Calasan -- Macedonian computer systems prodigy
Wikipedia - Markov chain -- Mathematical system
Wikipedia - Markup language -- Modern system for annotating a document
Wikipedia - Marshes of Glynn Libraries -- Public library system in Glynn County, Georgia
Wikipedia - Marsh peg -- ice hockey goal anchoring system
Wikipedia - Martial arts -- Codified systems and traditions of combat
Wikipedia - Martinez Nadal station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Martin Ridge Cave System -- Cave system in the United States
Wikipedia - Marvel Comics rating system -- Rating system in use at Marvel Comics
Wikipedia - Maryland highway system -- Highway system in Maryland, United States
Wikipedia - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission -- Agency in Maryland to manage a system of parks within Montgomery and Prince George's Counties
Wikipedia - Mass-energy equivalence -- Principle of the equivalence of mass and energy in a system's rest frame
Wikipedia - Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region -- Bangkok urban rail transit system master plan
Wikipedia - Mass Rapid Transit (Singapore) -- Main rapid transit system in Singapore
Wikipedia - Mass segregation (astronomy) -- The process by which heavier members of a gravitationally bound system tend to move toward the center, while lighter members tend to move away from the center
Wikipedia - Mass surveillance in China -- Network of monitoring systems used by the Chinese government
Wikipedia - Master-checker -- Fault tolerance method for multiprocessor systems
Wikipedia - Master System -- Home video game console
Wikipedia - Material flow analysis -- Analysis of the movement of substances within various systems
Wikipedia - Mathematical model -- Description of a system using mathematical concepts and language
Wikipedia - Mathematical system theory
Wikipedia - Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems
Wikipedia - MATHLAB -- Computer algebra system
Wikipedia - Mating system -- System of sexual reproduction in a population
Wikipedia - Matriarchy -- Social system in which women and non-human female animals hold primary power and predominate in roles of leadership and social privilege
Wikipedia - Matrilocal residence -- Societal system of married couples residing with the wife's parents
Wikipedia - Matrix Cable System -- Submarine communications cable connecting Indonesia and Singapore
Wikipedia - Matthias Heinemann -- Professor of molecular systems biology (b. 1972)
Wikipedia - Maude system
Wikipedia - MaxiCode -- Machine-readable symbol system
Wikipedia - Max Planck Institute for Software Systems
Wikipedia - Maya script -- Writing system of the Maya civilization
Wikipedia - Mayfair Exponential Game System
Wikipedia - Maynard tape primer -- Primer system designed by Edward Maynard
Wikipedia - Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center -- Multi-purpose arena in Mankato, Minnesota
Wikipedia - MBTA Commuter Rail -- Greater Boston rail system
Wikipedia - McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System -- Part of the United States inland waterway system, originating at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and running southeast through Oklahoma and Arkansas to the Mississippi River
Wikipedia - McCune-Reischauer -- Korean language romanization system
Wikipedia - McEliece cryptosystem
Wikipedia - McIntyre System -- Playoff system
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Qetas -- Gang that began in the Puerto Rico prison system
Wikipedia - MCP (Burroughs Large Systems)
Wikipedia - Measure-preserving dynamical system
Wikipedia - Mechanical resonance -- Tendency of a mechanical system to respond at greater amplitude when the frequency of its oscillations matches the system's natural frequency of vibration (its resonance frequency or resonant frequency) than it does at other frequencies
Wikipedia - Mechanical system
Wikipedia - Medan LRT -- Future light metro system in Medan
Wikipedia - Media processor -- Microprocessor-based system-on-a-chip which is designed to deal with digital streaming data such as images and video in real-time
Wikipedia - Medical gas supply -- Systems to provide gases for medical use in healthcare facilities
Wikipedia - Medical scoring -- Scoring systems are used in hospital intensive care units
Wikipedia - Medical Unit, Self-contained, Transportable -- US Army medical equipment system
Wikipedia - Medicare (Canada) -- Canada's publicly funded, single-payer health care system
Wikipedia - Medieval Inquisition -- system of tribunals enforcing Catholic orthodoxy
Wikipedia - Medievalism -- System of belief and practice inspired by the Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Medium-capacity rail system -- Rail transport system with moderate capacity
Wikipedia - Medullary sponge kidney -- Congenital disorder of urinary system
Wikipedia - Megaversal system
Wikipedia - Meitei script -- Writing system used to write Meetei language
Wikipedia - Meiyu front -- Weather system
Wikipedia - MELiSSA -- ESA life support system development project
Wikipedia - Memory cells (motor cortex) -- Scientific concept related to the somatic motor system
Wikipedia - Memory (storage engine) -- Storage engine for the MySQL relational database management systems
Wikipedia - MENA (cable system) -- Cable system
Wikipedia - Mental Health Systems Act of 1980 -- US law
Wikipedia - Mental Research Institute -- Systemic and family therapy organization in Palo Alto, California, USA
Wikipedia - Meramec Caverns -- Cave system in Missouri, US
Wikipedia - Mercury (planet) -- Smallest and innermost planet from the Sun in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Mercyhealth -- Hospital system serving Wisconsin and Illinois
Wikipedia - Meritocracy -- Political system in which capital is assigned on the basis of expertise
Wikipedia - Merit system
Wikipedia - Merkle-Hellman knapsack cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Mermin-Wagner theorem -- No spontaneous symmetry breaking in two-dimensional systems at finite temperature
Wikipedia - Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System -- A marine region from Isla Contoy at the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula south to Belize, Guatemala and the Bay Islands of Honduras
Wikipedia - Mesoamerican writing systems
Wikipedia - Meson build system
Wikipedia - Meson (software) -- Build automation system
Wikipedia - Mesopotamia -- Historical region within the Tigris-Euphrates river system
Wikipedia - Mesoscale convective system -- Complex of thunderstormsM-BM- organized on a larger scale
Wikipedia - Message Passing Interface -- Message-passing system for parallel computers
Wikipedia - Metalogic -- Study of the properties of logical systems
Wikipedia - Metaphenomics -- Study of total functions of organisms in a given ecosystem
Wikipedia - Metaphor Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Metastate -- Probability measure on the space of all thermodynamic states for a system with quenched randomness
Wikipedia - Metasystem transition
Wikipedia - Meta-system
Wikipedia - Metcard -- Former public transport ticketing system in Melbourne, Australia
Wikipedia - Meteoroid -- Sand- to boulder-sized particle of debris in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Method Framework for Engineering System Architectures
Wikipedia - Metrication in Canada -- Adoption of the metric system of measurements in Canada
Wikipedia - Metrication in the United States -- Adoption of the metric system of measurements in the United States
Wikipedia - Metric system -- Metre-based systems of measurement
Wikipedia - Metro Bilbao -- Rapid transit system in Bilbao, Spain
Wikipedia - Metrocable (Caracas) -- Gondola lift system in Caracas, Venezuela
Wikipedia - MetroCard -- Public transit payment system in the New York City area
Wikipedia - Metro Line M1 (Budapest Metro) -- M1 line of the Budapest metro system, the first electrified underground railway line of the world
Wikipedia - Metro Line M4 (Budapest Metro) -- M4 line of the Budapest metro system
Wikipedia - Metrolink (California) -- Commuter rail system in Southern California
Wikipedia - Metrolite -- Transit system in India
Wikipedia - Metro Local -- Bus system in Los Angeles County, California
Wikipedia - Metrorail KwaZulu-Natal -- Commuter rail system in Durban
Wikipedia - Metro station -- Railway station of a rapid transit system
Wikipedia - Metrovalencia -- Rapid transit system in Valencia, Spain
Wikipedia - Metro Vancouver Transit Police -- Police force for the Metro Vancouver public transit system in Canada
Wikipedia - Mexicable -- Mexican public transport system project
Wikipedia - Mexican Seismic Alert System -- Earthquake warning system covering portions of central and southern Mexico
Wikipedia - MEX (windowing system)
Wikipedia - MFT (operating system)
Wikipedia - MHC class I -- Protein of the immune system
Wikipedia - Miami-Dade County Public Schools -- Public school system of Miami-Dade County, Florida, serving Miami
Wikipedia - Miami-Dade Public Library System -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Michael D. Cohen -- American academic studying complex systems
Wikipedia - Michael Fasham -- A British ocean ecosystem modeller, working principally on plankton systems
Wikipedia - Michigan State Trunkline Highway System -- Highway system in Michigan
Wikipedia - Michigan Terminal System
Wikipedia - Microalgae -- Microscopic algae, typically found in freshwater and marine systems, living in both the water column and sediment
Wikipedia - Micro-Controller Operating Systems
Wikipedia - Microcosm (hypermedia system)
Wikipedia - Microelectromechanical systems -- Very small devices that incorporate moving components
Wikipedia - Microelectromechanical system
Wikipedia - Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems
Wikipedia - MICRO Relational Database Management System
Wikipedia - Microsoft DNS -- Domain name system
Wikipedia - Microsoft POSIX subsystem
Wikipedia - Microsoft PowerToys -- Set of freeware system utilities developed by Microsoft
Wikipedia - Microsoft Security Essentials -- Free antivirus product produced by Microsoft for the Windows operating system
Wikipedia - Microsoft Windows -- Family of computer operating systems developed by Microsoft
Wikipedia - Microsystems Technology Office
Wikipedia - MIDAS (operating system)
Wikipedia - Midcontinent Rift System -- Geological rift in the center of the North American continent
Wikipedia - Middle Chinese -- Pronunciation system for Chinese recorded in the Qieyun dictionary (601)
Wikipedia - Middleware (distributed applications) -- Provides services for the various components of a distributed system
Wikipedia - Mid-Hudson Library System
Wikipedia - MidMichigan Health -- American health system
Wikipedia - MidnightBSD -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Mid-ocean ridge -- Basaltic underwater mountain system formed by plate tectonic spreading
Wikipedia - Midori (operating system)
Wikipedia - Midrange computer -- Class of computer systems that fall in between mainframes and minicomputers
Wikipedia - Mike Jackson (systems scientist)
Wikipedia - Milan Metro -- Rapid transit system serving Milan, Italy
Wikipedia - Mile Road System (Michigan) -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Miletich Fighting Systems -- Mixed martial arts training organization
Wikipedia - Milky Way -- Spiral galaxy containing our Solar System
Wikipedia - Millside Radio -- Hospital Radio Station using wired system
Wikipedia - Milroy's disease -- Lymphedema commonly located in legs, caused by congenital abnormalities in the lymphatic system
Wikipedia - Milton Keynes redway system -- Shared path network in Milton Keynes, England
Wikipedia - Milwaukee County Federated Library System
Wikipedia - MIM-104 Patriot -- Surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - Minal Rohit -- Indian space scientist, systems engineer
Wikipedia - Mind map -- System or map used to visually organize information
Wikipedia - Mindset -- Term in decision theory and general systems theory
Wikipedia - Minilab -- Photographic film developing and printing system
Wikipedia - Ministry of Education (Ethiopia) -- Ethiopian ministry focusing in policy and governance of education system
Wikipedia - MINIX file system
Wikipedia - Minix file system
Wikipedia - MINIX -- Unix-like operating system
Wikipedia - Minor loop feedback -- a classical method used to design feedback control systems
Wikipedia - Minusheet perfusion culture system -- System used for advanced cell culture experiments
Wikipedia - MIPS Computer Systems Inc.
Wikipedia - MIPS Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Mir (payment system) -- Russian payment system
Wikipedia - Misdemeanor -- "Lesser" criminal act in some common law legal systems
Wikipedia - Missile -- Self-propelled guided weapon system
Wikipedia - Mission Health System -- Hospital system in North Carolina, United States
Wikipedia - Mississauga Library System
Wikipedia - Mississippi State Highway System -- Highway system in Mississippi (state), United States
Wikipedia - Missouri supplemental route -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Missy Cummings -- American space systems engineer and Navy pilot
Wikipedia - MIT Center for Information Systems Research
Wikipedia - Mitek Systems -- Software company specializing in digital identity verification and mobile capture
Wikipedia - Mithraism in comparison with other belief systems -- Similarities and differences of the Roman cult of Mithras and other religions.
Wikipedia - Mithras in comparison with other belief systems
Wikipedia - MIT Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi Air Lubrication System -- System used
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi AWC -- Four-wheel drive system developed by Mitsubishi Motors
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe -- Sustainable energy company
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi S-AWC -- Four-wheel drive system developed by Mitsubishi Motors
Wikipedia - Mixed electoral system -- Electoral system that combines a plurality/majoritarian voting system with an element of proportional representation
Wikipedia - Mixed mating systems -- Plants which reproduce in multiple ways
Wikipedia - Mixed-member proportional representation -- Electoral voting system
Wikipedia - Mixed-mode ventilation -- Architectural ventilation using natural and mechanical systems
Wikipedia - Mixed-sex education -- System of education where males and females are educated together
Wikipedia - Mizar system
Wikipedia - Mizar -- Sextuple star system in the constellation Ursa Major
Wikipedia - M-JM-;Oumuamua -- Interstellar object passing through the Solar System, discovered in October 2017
Wikipedia - MKS system of units -- Physical system of measurement that uses the metre, kilogram, and second as base units
Wikipedia - Mnemonic link system
Wikipedia - Mnemonic major system
Wikipedia - MNS antigen system -- Human blood group classification
Wikipedia - Mobile app development -- process to build apps for various mobile operating systems
Wikipedia - Mobile lounge -- A bus-like system for boarding and disembarking from aircraft
Wikipedia - Mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Mobile Servicing System -- Robotic system on board the International Space Station
Wikipedia - Mobility (military) -- The ability of a weapon system, combat unit or armed force to move toward a military objective
Wikipedia - Model 204 -- Database management system for IBM mainframes
Wikipedia - Model for End-Stage Liver Disease -- Scoring system for assessing the severity of chronic liver disease
Wikipedia - Model for Prediction Across Scales -- A coupled Earth system modeling package that integrates atmospheric, oceanographic and cryospheric modeling on a variety of scales
Wikipedia - Modelling biological systems
Wikipedia - Moderation system -- System to sort undesirable contributions
Wikipedia - Modern Operating Systems
Wikipedia - Modular Ocean Model -- A three-dimensional ocean circulation model for studying the ocean climate system
Wikipedia - Moka exchange -- A highly ritualized system of exchange in the Mount Hagen area, Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Molecular systematics
Wikipedia - Molecular Systems Biology
Wikipedia - Momsen lung -- Rebreather system for escaping sunken submarines
Wikipedia - Monarchy of New Zealand -- Constitutional system of government
Wikipedia - Monarchy -- System of government where the head of state is a single person who holds the position for life or until abdication
Wikipedia - Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet -- Writing system used for the standard dialect of the Mongolian language in the country of Mongolia
Wikipedia - Mongolian script -- writing system used for the Mongolian language
Wikipedia - Monoclinic crystal system -- one of the 7 crystal systems in crystallography
Wikipedia - Monogamy in animals -- The natural history of mating systems in which species pair bond to raise offspring
Wikipedia - Monolithic system
Wikipedia - Monopsony -- Economic system with only one buyer from many possible sellers; contrasted with monopoly
Wikipedia - Monotype System
Wikipedia - Monotype system -- Typesetting system
Wikipedia - Monroe Systems for Business -- American company
Wikipedia - Montalvo Systems
Wikipedia - Monterey Accelerated Research System -- A cabled-based observatory system below the surface of Monterey Bay
Wikipedia - Montes Universales -- Mountain range in the southeastern end of the Iberian System
Wikipedia - Montgomery Area Transit System -- Transportation system in Montgomery, Alabama
Wikipedia - Montgomery County Memorial Library System -- Public library system
Wikipedia - Montreal Metro -- Rubber-tired metro system in Montreal, Quebec
Wikipedia - Moon type -- Writing system for the blind
Wikipedia - Moorsom System -- British method of calculating the tonnage of sailing ships
Wikipedia - Moose File System -- Distributed file system
Wikipedia - MOO -- text-based online virtual reality system
Wikipedia - MorphOS -- Amiga-compatible computer operating system
Wikipedia - Mortality Medical Data System
Wikipedia - Mortice Kern Systems
Wikipedia - Moscow-Washington hotline -- Direct communication system between Russia and the United States
Wikipedia - Moskstraumen -- A system of tidal eddies and whirlpools that forms at the Lofoten archipelago in Norway
Wikipedia - Motherson Sumi Systems -- Indian automotive manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Motion Picture Association film rating system -- American film rating system
Wikipedia - Motion Picture Association of America film rating system
Wikipedia - Motor system
Wikipedia - Mound system -- Engineered drain field for treating wastewater
Wikipedia - Mount Parker Cable Car -- Cable car system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Mount Sinai Health System -- Hospital system in New York City and surrounding suburbs
Wikipedia - Mouse Systems
Wikipedia - Movietone sound system -- Sound system for film
Wikipedia - MP/M -- Discontinued family of computer operating systems
Wikipedia - MRC Data -- Tracking system for music and music video sales
Wikipedia - MRT (Bangkok) -- Thai rapid transit system serving Bangkok
Wikipedia - MSC Adams -- Multibody dynamics simulation software system
Wikipedia - MSDOS.SYS -- System file (DOS kernel) in MS-DOS and configuration file in Windows 9x
Wikipedia - MS-DOS -- Discontinued computer operating system
Wikipedia - MTR -- Rapid transit railway system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - MTS system architecture
Wikipedia - Multi-agent systems
Wikipedia - Multiagent systems
Wikipedia - Multi-agent system
Wikipedia - Multibody system -- a tool to study dynamic behavior of interconnected rigid or flexible bodies;
Wikipedia - Multi-Color Graphics Array -- Video subsystem built into the motherboard of the IBM PS/2 Model 30
Wikipedia - Multidimensional systems
Wikipedia - Multidimensional system -- System in which not only one independent variable exists
Wikipedia - Multi Emulator Super System
Wikipedia - Multi-model database -- Database management system
Wikipedia - Multi-party system
Wikipedia - Multiplanetary system
Wikipedia - Multiple-agent system
Wikipedia - Multiple-alarm fire -- Fire intensity classification system
Wikipedia - Multiple Console Time Sharing System
Wikipedia - Multiple master fonts -- Extension to Adobe Systems' Type 1 PostScript fonts
Wikipedia - Multiple system atrophy -- Neurodegenerative disorder
Wikipedia - Multipoint Video Distribution System
Wikipedia - Multiprocessor system architecture
Wikipedia - Multiprocessor system on a chip
Wikipedia - Multisensory integration -- Study of how information from the different sensory modalities, such as sight, sound, touch, smell, self-motion and taste, may be integrated by the nervous system
Wikipedia - Multisystemic therapy
Wikipedia - Multiversion concurrency control -- Concurrency control method commonly used by database management systems
Wikipedia - Multnomah County Library -- Library system serving Multnomah County, Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Mumbai Metro -- Rapid transit system serving the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Wikipedia - Mumbai Monorail -- Monorail system in Mumbai, India
Wikipedia - Mun Choi -- Chancellor of the University of Missouri and President of the University of Missouri System
Wikipedia - Muni Metro -- Light rail system in San Francisco, California
Wikipedia - Munsell color system -- Color space
Wikipedia - Munson Shorthand -- shorthand writing system
Wikipedia - Munter hitch -- Adjustable knot used control friction in a belay system
Wikipedia - Murray's system of needs
Wikipedia - Musical system of ancient Greece
Wikipedia - Musical temperament -- A tuning system that slightly compromises the pure intervals of just intonation to meet other requirements
Wikipedia - Music recording certification -- System of certifying that a music recording has shipped, sold, or streamed a certain number of units
Wikipedia - Musion Eyeliner -- Video projection system
Wikipedia - Mustache (template system) -- Template system for web pages
Wikipedia - Mustek Systems -- Taiwanese manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Muthayya Vanitha -- Indian electronics system engineer
Wikipedia - Mutual Broadcasting System -- Former American radio broadcasting network
Wikipedia - MX record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS)
Wikipedia - Mxwendler -- Software system created by the German company device+context
Wikipedia - Mycoplankton -- Fungal members of the plankton communities of aquatic ecosystems
Wikipedia - Myenteric plexus -- Part of the enteric nervous system
Wikipedia - Nagios -- Computer system and network monitoring application software
Wikipedia - Nagpur Metro -- Rapid transit system in Nagpur, India
Wikipedia - Namco System 21
Wikipedia - Namco System 22
Wikipedia - Namma Metro -- Rapid Transit System in Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Wikipedia - Nancy Grimm -- American ecosystem ecologist
Wikipedia - Nanning Metro -- Rapid transit system in Nanning, China
Wikipedia - Nanodisc -- Synthetic model membrane system
Wikipedia - Nanoelectromechanical systems
Wikipedia - Nanogeoscience -- The study of nanoscale phenomena related to geological systems
Wikipedia - NASA Docking System -- Spacecraft docking mechanism
Wikipedia - NASAMS -- Norwegian surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - National Coalition on Health Care -- US health system reform organization
Wikipedia - National Communications System
Wikipedia - National Council for Teacher Education -- Government body for controlling Indian education system
Wikipedia - National Electronic Funds Transfer -- Electronic funds transfer system
Wikipedia - National Health Service (England) -- Publicly-funded healthcare system in England
Wikipedia - National Health Service -- Publicly-funded healthcare systems in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - National Highway System (Canada) -- Road network in Canada
Wikipedia - National Historical Geographic Information System -- Historical GIS project
Wikipedia - National Instant Criminal Background Check System -- U.S. system for determining if prospective firearms or explosives buyers are eligible to buy
Wikipedia - National Institute for Health Protection -- Executive agency in UK health system
Wikipedia - National Insurance -- Tax and benefit system in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - National Payments Corporation of India -- Umbrella organisation for operating retail payments and settlement systems in India
Wikipedia - National Pension System -- Pension scheme in India
Wikipedia - National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems -- inventory of U.S. aviation airports
Wikipedia - National qualifications framework -- A formal system for describing qualifications
Wikipedia - National Register Information System -- Database of properties that have been listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places
Wikipedia - National Security Space Launch -- Expendable launch system program of the United States Space Force
Wikipedia - National Topographic System -- System of geographic grid references used in Canada
Wikipedia - National University of Ireland -- Federal university system in Ireland
Wikipedia - National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program -- U.S. no-fault system for litigating vaccine injury claims
Wikipedia - National Wild and Scenic Rivers System -- Conservation effort of certain rivers in the United States and its territories
Wikipedia - NATO Submarine Rescue System -- Project to develop an international submarine rescue system
Wikipedia - Natural Area Code -- Proprietary geocode system for identifying an area anywhere on the Earth
Wikipedia - Natural deduction system
Wikipedia - Natural heritage -- Elements of biodiversity, including flora and fauna, ecosystems and geological structures
Wikipedia - Natural law -- System of law that purports to be determined by nature, and thus be universal
Wikipedia - Navajo Transit System -- Public transportation system
Wikipedia - Naval Air Systems Command -- Naval Aviation Material Systems Command of the U.S. Navy
Wikipedia - Naval Sea Systems Command -- Largest of the five "systems commands" of the United States Navy
Wikipedia - Naval weaponry of the People's Liberation Army Navy -- Weapon systems of the naval branch of the People's Liberation Army of China
Wikipedia - Navigation system
Wikipedia - Navy Operational Global Atmospheric Prediction System Model -- Weather prediction computer model
Wikipedia - Nazi concentration camp badge -- Cloth emblems; part of the system of identification in Nazi camps
Wikipedia - Nebular hypothesis -- Astronomical theory that the Solar System formed from nebulous material
Wikipedia - Negative feedback -- Control system used to reduce excursions from the desired value
Wikipedia - Negative gearing in Australia -- Australian tax system
Wikipedia - Neil F. Johnson -- a U.S/British physicist on complex systems
Wikipedia - Nekhoroshev estimates -- Result in theory of Hamiltonian systems
Wikipedia - Nematode -- A phylum of worms with tubular digestive systems with openings at both ends
Wikipedia - Neo Geo (system) -- Cartridge-based arcade system board and home video game console
Wikipedia - Nerve tract -- Bundle of nerve fibers (axons) connecting nuclei of the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Nerve -- Enclosed, cable-like bundle of axons in the peripheral nervous system
Wikipedia - Nervous System (album) -- 2011 studio album by the Dirtball of the Kottonmouth Kings
Wikipedia - Nervous System (song) -- Song by Killing Joke
Wikipedia - Nervous systems
Wikipedia - Nervous system
Wikipedia - Nervous tissue -- Main component of the nervous system
Wikipedia - NESTOR (encryption) -- Family of wideband secure voice systems
Wikipedia - NetBSD -- Open-source Unix-like operating system
Wikipedia - Net settlement -- Payment system used for inter-bank transactions
Wikipedia - NetWare File System
Wikipedia - NetWare -- Computer network operating system developed by Novell, Inc
Wikipedia - Network administrator -- Individual that is responsible for the maintenance of computer hardware and software systems that make up a computer network
Wikipedia - Network and service management taxonomy -- Classification system for research on computer networks
Wikipedia - Network Computing System
Wikipedia - Networked control system
Wikipedia - Network File System (protocol)
Wikipedia - Network File System -- Specific implementation of a network file system, originally developed by Sun in 1984, later standardised by IETF
Wikipedia - Network for Greening the Financial System -- Finance sector organisation
Wikipedia - Network intrusion detection system
Wikipedia - Network operating system -- Computer software for running local area networks
Wikipedia - Neural Information Processing Systems
Wikipedia - Neural oscillation -- Brainwaves, repetitive patterns of neural activity in the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Neural tube -- Developmental precursor to the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuroborreliosis -- Central nervous system disorder
Wikipedia - Neurodegeneration -- Central nervous system disease
Wikipedia - Neurodevelopmental disorder -- Group of disorders that affect the development of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuroendocrine System
Wikipedia - Neuroethology -- Study of animal behavior and its underlying mechanistic control by the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neurogenesis -- Generation of cells within the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuroimaging -- Set of techniques to measure and visualize aspects of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuroimmune system
Wikipedia - Neurological disorder -- Disease of anatomical entity that is located in the central nervous system or located in the peripheral nervous system
Wikipedia - Neurology -- Medical specialty dealing with disorders of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuropsychiatry -- Branch of medicine that deals with mental disorders attributable to diseases of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neuroscience -- | Scientific study of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neurosurgery -- Medical specialty of disorders which affect any portion of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neurosyphilis -- Infection of the central nervous system in a patient with syphilis
Wikipedia - Neurotoxicity -- Toxic effects on the nervous system
Wikipedia - Neurotransmitter system
Wikipedia - Newcastle Connection -- UNIX software subsystem
Wikipedia - New Earth Time -- Naming system for time on Earth
Wikipedia - New England Complex Systems Institute
Wikipedia - New England road marking system
Wikipedia - New Orleans and Carrollton Railroad -- A short-line rail system connecting New Orleans with surrounding neighborhoods
Wikipedia - New Orleans Public Library -- Public library system in New Orleans, Louisiana
Wikipedia - NeWS -- Discontinued windowing system developed by Sun Microsystems
Wikipedia - New Typesetting System
Wikipedia - New world order (BahaM-JM- -- BahaM-JM-
Wikipedia - New York City courts -- Court system
Wikipedia - New York City Subway -- Rapid transit system in New York City
Wikipedia - New York City water supply system -- Municipal water supply system
Wikipedia - New York State Canalway Trail -- Recreation trails along the NY State Canal System
Wikipedia - New York State Thruway -- System of controlled-access highways within the U.S. state of New York
Wikipedia - New York State University Police -- Police agency of New York State university system
Wikipedia - New Zealand royal honours system -- Orders, decorations, and medals of New Zealand
Wikipedia - New Zealand Threat Classification System -- A system to assess the conservation priorities of New Zealand species
Wikipedia - Nexter Systems -- French weapons manufacturer
Wikipedia - Next Generation Air Transportation System -- Modernization project of the United States' National Airspace System
Wikipedia - Nexus for Exoplanet System Science -- Dedicated to the search for life on exoplanets
Wikipedia - NGC 313 -- Triple star system
Wikipedia - NGC 3603-C -- Binary star system
Wikipedia - NHS Care Records Service -- Mobile patient record system for NHS England
Wikipedia - Nielsen ratings -- Audience measurement systems operated by Nielsen Media Research
Wikipedia - Night writing -- System of code
Wikipedia - Nihon-shiki romanization -- Romanization system for transliterating the Japanese language into the Latin alphabet
Wikipedia - Nike-X -- Anti-ballistic missile system developed by the US Army in the 1960s
Wikipedia - Ningbo Rail Transit -- Rapid transit system in China
Wikipedia - Nintendo 3DS system software -- Operation system for Nintendo's Nintendo 3DS handheld game console
Wikipedia - Nintendo Account -- User account system for Nintendo services
Wikipedia - Nintendo Comics System -- Series of comic books
Wikipedia - Nintendo DSi system software -- Operation system for Nintendo's Nintendo DSi handheld game console
Wikipedia - Nintendo Entertainment System Game Pak -- Software storage medium for the Nintendo Entertainment System
Wikipedia - Nintendo Entertainment System hardware clone -- Hardware clones of the Nintendo Entertainment System home video game console
Wikipedia - Nintendo Entertainment System -- Home video game console developed by Nintendo
Wikipedia - Nintendo Switch system software -- Operating system for Nintendo's Nintendo Switch video game console
Wikipedia - Ninth grade -- Ninth post-kindergarten year of school education in some school systems
Wikipedia - Nippon Broadcasting System -- Radio station in Tokyo, Japan
Wikipedia - Niqqud -- System of diacritical signs used to represent vowels or distinguish between alternative pronunciations of letters of the Hebrew alphabet
Wikipedia - Nisan-years -- Ancient calendar system used around Mesopotamia
Wikipedia - Nishi Shiki -- Health exercises system founded in 1927 by KatsuzM-EM-^M Nishi
Wikipedia - NLS (computer system)
Wikipedia - NLTSS -- Supercomputer operating system
Wikipedia - No. 4 Electronic Switching System -- Telephone switching system
Wikipedia - Noachian -- Geological system and early time period of Mars
Wikipedia - Noida Metro -- Rapid transit system serving Noida and Greater Noida in the National Capital Region of India
Wikipedia - Nombre de Dios Grottoes -- Cave system in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico
Wikipedia - Nomenclature -- System of names or terms in a particular field of arts or sciences
Wikipedia - Nominal type system
Wikipedia - Nominative type system
Wikipedia - Nondestructive testing -- Evaluating the properties of a material, component or system without causing damage
Wikipedia - Nonlinear control -- Control theory for nonlinear or time-variant systems
Wikipedia - Nonlinear dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Nonlinear system identification
Wikipedia - Nonlinear systems
Wikipedia - Nonlinear system
Wikipedia - Non-SI units mentioned in the SI -- Unit accepted for use in the International System of Units
Wikipedia - Non-Volatile File System
Wikipedia - Noocracy -- System of governance where decision making is in the hands of philosophers
Wikipedia - Noonan syndrome with multiple lentigines -- Rare autosomal dominant multi-system genetic condition
Wikipedia - North American Industry Classification System
Wikipedia - North Atlantic Gyre -- A major circular system of ocean currents
Wikipedia - North Cascades National Park Complex -- contiguous American park system
Wikipedia - Northeastern United States Continental Shelf -- North American marine ecosystem
Wikipedia - Northern Power Systems -- Wind turbine company
Wikipedia - Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act -- Proposed United States legislation
Wikipedia - Northern Texas Traction Company -- Streetcar system operator, subsidiary of Stine& Webster
Wikipedia - North Miami Community Schools -- School system in Miami County, Indiana
Wikipedia - North Pacific Gyre -- A major circulating system of ocean currents
Wikipedia - Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems -- American aerospace and defense company
Wikipedia - North Saskatchewan River valley parks system -- Urban park network in Edmonton, Alberta
Wikipedia - Northwest Atlantic Mid-Ocean Channel -- The main body of a turbidity current system of channels and canyons running on the sea bottom from the Hudson Strait, through the Labrador Sea and ending at the Sohm Abyssal Plain
Wikipedia - North West Shelf Operational Oceanographic System -- Facility that monitors physical, sedimentological and ecological variables for the North Sea area
Wikipedia - NoteCards -- Hypertext-based personal knowledge base system
Wikipedia - NOTS-EV-2 Caleb -- U.S. military expendable launch system
Wikipedia - NOVA (filesystem)
Wikipedia - Nova (operating system)
Wikipedia - NPZ model -- A mathematical model of marine ecosystem
Wikipedia - Nqthm -- Software system
Wikipedia - NR Canis Majoris -- Binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - NSA encryption systems
Wikipedia - Nsibidi -- Ancient writing system
Wikipedia - NTSC -- Analog color television system developed in the United States
Wikipedia - Nu1 Canis Majoris -- Binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - Nu1 Sagittarii -- Triple star system in the constellation Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Nude mouse -- A laboratory mouse from a strain with a genetic mutation that causes a deteriorated or absent thymus, resulting in an inhibited immune system due to a greatly reduced number of T cells
Wikipedia - Nu Geminorum -- Star system in the constellation Gemini
Wikipedia - Nugent score -- Gram stain scoring system for vaginal swabs to diagnose bacterial vaginosis
Wikipedia - Nullsoft Scriptable Install System
Wikipedia - Numbered highways in Ohio -- Highway system of Ohio in the United States
Wikipedia - Number One Electronic Switching System
Wikipedia - Number systems
Wikipedia - Numeral system -- Notation for expressing numbers
Wikipedia - Numerical aperture -- Dimensionless number that characterizes the range of angles over which an optical system can accept or emit light
Wikipedia - Nu Scorpii -- Multiple star system in the constellation Scorpius
Wikipedia - Nushu -- Chinese language writing system used exclusively among women in parts of China
Wikipedia - Nutrient cycle -- Set of processes exchanging nutrients between parts of a system
Wikipedia - NYC Ferry -- Ferry system in New York City
Wikipedia - Oakeshott typology -- Medieval sword classification system
Wikipedia - Oberon (operating system)
Wikipedia - Oberon operating system
Wikipedia - Object database -- Database management system
Wikipedia - Objectivism -- Philosophical system developed by Russian-American writer Ayn Rand
Wikipedia - Object-oriented operating system -- operating system
Wikipedia - Object system
Wikipedia - Observations of small Solar System bodies -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Occupy Central with Love and Peace -- Peaceful protest fighting for a democratic electoral system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Ocean data acquisition system -- A set of instruments deployed at sea to collect as much meteorological and oceanographic data as possible.
Wikipedia - Ocean gyre -- Any large system of circulating ocean currents
Wikipedia - Oceanic ridge -- An underwater mountain system formed by plate tectonic spreading
Wikipedia - Ocean Observatories Initiative -- A program that focuses the work of an emerging network of science driven ocean observing systems
Wikipedia - Ocean Worlds Exploration Program -- A NASA program for the exploration of water worlds in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Octant (solid geometry) -- One of eight divisions of a Euclidean 3D coordinate system
Wikipedia - Oculocerebrocutaneous syndrome -- Syndrome characterised by eye, central nervous system and skin malformations
Wikipedia - Off-the-grid -- System and lifestyle designed to help people function without a remote infrastructure, such as an electrical grid
Wikipedia - Oil sands tailings ponds (Canada) -- are engineered dam and dyke systems used to capture oil sand tailings.
Wikipedia - Okayama Electric Tramway -- Tram system in ChM-EM-+goku, Japan
Wikipedia - Okinawa Trough -- A back-arc basin behind the Ryukyu arc-trench system in the West Pacific
Wikipedia - Oklahoma City Underground -- Pedestrian tunnel and skyway system
Wikipedia - Old Hungarian script -- Alphabetic writing system used by the Hungarians in the Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Old Street Roundabout -- London interchange system
Wikipedia - Olfactory system
Wikipedia - Oliver Davies (theologian) -- British systematic theologian
Wikipedia - Omaha System
Wikipedia - Omega Cassiopeiae -- Binary star system in constellation Cassiopeia
Wikipedia - Omega (navigation system) -- First global radio navigation system for aircraft
Wikipedia - Omega Ursae Majoris -- Binary system in the constellation Ursa Major
Wikipedia - Omni Television -- Canadian television system and specialty channel
Wikipedia - OMNY -- Public transit payment system in the New York City area
Wikipedia - One country, two systems -- Constitutional principle of the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - OneFS distributed file system
Wikipedia - On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems
Wikipedia - Online banking -- Electronic payment system
Wikipedia - OnlyOffice -- Office suite developed by Ascensio System SIA
Wikipedia - Onshape -- Computer-aided design software system
Wikipedia - Onsite sewage facility -- Wastewater systems to treat effluent on the same property that produces the wastewater
Wikipedia - Oort cloud -- Theoretical cloud of planetesimals at the far edge of the solar system
Wikipedia - Op5 Monitor -- Computer system and network monitoring application software
Wikipedia - OpenBSD -- Security-focused Unix-like operating system
Wikipedia - OpenCL -- Open standard for programming heterogenous computing systems, such as CPUs or GPUs
Wikipedia - Open Database Connectivity -- ODBC, standard interface for accessing database systems
Wikipedia - OpenGL ES -- A subset of the OpenGL API for embedded systems
Wikipedia - OpenIndiana -- Solaris-like operating system based on illumos
Wikipedia - Open Journal Systems -- Journal management and publishing system
Wikipedia - Openpilot -- Open source driver assistance system
Wikipedia - Open Publication Distribution System
Wikipedia - Open quantum system
Wikipedia - Open Relay Behavior-modification System
Wikipedia - OpenSolaris for System z
Wikipedia - OpenSolaris -- Open source operating system from Sun Microsystems based on Solaris
Wikipedia - Open Source Information System
Wikipedia - Open (system call)
Wikipedia - Open system (computing)
Wikipedia - Open Systems Interconnection
Wikipedia - Open system (systems theory)
Wikipedia - Open Transport -- Apple implementation of System V STREAMS networking stack
Wikipedia - OpenVMS -- Computer operating system
Wikipedia - OpenZFS -- Umbrella project that develops the ZFS filesystem as an open-source project
Wikipedia - Operating system abstraction layer
Wikipedia - Operating system advocacy
Wikipedia - Operating System Embedded
Wikipedia - Operating system kernel
Wikipedia - Operating system-level virtualization
Wikipedia - Operating-system-level virtualization
Wikipedia - Operating System Projects
Wikipedia - Operating Systems: Design and Implementation -- Computer science textbook
Wikipedia - Operating system shell
Wikipedia - Operating Systems
Wikipedia - Operating systems
Wikipedia - Operating system Wi-Fi support -- Support in the operating system for Wi-Fi
Wikipedia - Operating system -- Software that manages computer hardware resources
Wikipedia - Operational Support Systems
Wikipedia - Operation Brock -- Planned traffic management system for Brexit
Wikipedia - Operative system
Wikipedia - Opsi -- Software distribution and management system for Microsoft Windows clients
Wikipedia - Opsonin -- Any molecule that identifies and marks cells or substances for destruction by the immune system
Wikipedia - Optical add-drop multiplexer -- Device used to route channels in an optical communication system
Wikipedia - Optical axis -- Line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system
Wikipedia - Optical landing system -- Visual landing system used on US Navy aircraft carriers
Wikipedia - Optical transfer function -- Function that specifies how different spatial frequencies are handled by an optical system
Wikipedia - Optional preferential voting -- Type of preferential voting system
Wikipedia - Oracle Database -- Proprietary database management system
Wikipedia - Oracle Grid Engine -- Batch-queuing system for computer clusters
Wikipedia - ORACLE (teletext) -- British teletext system
Wikipedia - Oracle ZFS -- Proprietary file system and logical volume manager by Oracle
Wikipedia - Orange County Library System -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Orange Line (Nagpur Metro) -- Metro route of mass rapid transit system in Nagpur, India
Wikipedia - Orange Shirt Day -- Canadian national day of remembrance for the victims of the Indian residential school system
Wikipedia - Orchestration (computing) -- Automated configuration, coordination, and management of computer systems and software
Wikipedia - Order of Distinction -- National order in the Jamaican honours system
Wikipedia - Order of Excellence (Jamaica) -- National order of the jamaica honour system
Wikipedia - Order of Merit (Jamaica) -- Award in the Jamaican honours system
Wikipedia - Orders, decorations, and medals of Andorra -- Andorran honours system
Wikipedia - Orders, decorations, and medals of Canada -- Canadian honours system
Wikipedia - Orders, decorations, and medals of Jamaica -- National honour system of Jamaica
Wikipedia - Orders, decorations, and medals of the Philippines -- Philippine honors system
Wikipedia - Ordnance Survey National Grid -- System of geographic grid references used in Great Britain
Wikipedia - Oregon Performance Reporting Information System -- Database of workforce system in Oregon, USA
Wikipedia - Oregon Public Employees Retirement System
Wikipedia - Oregon University System -- State university system
Wikipedia - Organic law -- System of laws
Wikipedia - Organized religion -- Religion in which belief systems and rituals are systematically arranged and formally established
Wikipedia - Organ system
Wikipedia - Oriental Yuhong -- Chinese waterproof system company (e. 1998)
Wikipedia - Origin Systems
Wikipedia - Orrery -- Mechanical model of the solar system
Wikipedia - Orthopathy -- System of alternative medicine
Wikipedia - Orthorhombic crystal system
Wikipedia - OS/2 -- Operating system from IBM
Wikipedia - OS/360 and successors -- Operating system for IBM mainframes
Wikipedia - OSF/1 -- Variant of the Unix operating system developed by the Open Software Foundation
Wikipedia - OS-level virtualization -- Operating system paradigm allowing multiple isolated user space instances
Wikipedia - OS-tan -- Personification of operating systems
Wikipedia - OSTree -- A system for versioning updates of Linux-based operating systems
Wikipedia - OTC Markets Group -- Company operating an electronic inter-dealer securities quotation system
Wikipedia - O-Train public art -- Public art in the Ottawa light rail system
Wikipedia - O-Train -- Rapid transit system in Ottawa, Ontario
Wikipedia - OTRS -- Free and open-source trouble ticket system software package
Wikipedia - Ottawa Electric Railway -- Former streetcar system in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Our Solar System -- 1984 album by Half Japanese
Wikipedia - Outboard motor -- Self-contained propulsion system for boats
Wikipedia - Outcome-based education -- Educational system based on the desired goals
Wikipedia - Outer Solar System Origins Survey
Wikipedia - Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World
Wikipedia - Overcurrent -- Dangerous condition in electrical systems
Wikipedia - Overdetermined system
Wikipedia - OverlayFS -- Linux filesystem
Wikipedia - Overlay (operating system)
Wikipedia - Own risk and solvency assessment -- A system for assessing solvency needs of an insurance company
Wikipedia - Oxygen mask -- An interface between the oxygen delivery system and the human user
Wikipedia - OxygenOS -- Mobile operating system developed by OnePlus
Wikipedia - Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
Wikipedia - Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System -- Organisation in US Integrated Ocean Observing System
Wikipedia - Package management system
Wikipedia - Package (package management system)
Wikipedia - P-adic number -- Number system for a prime p which extends the rationals, defining closeness differently
Wikipedia - Padrone system -- System of immigration to the United States.
Wikipedia - Paillier cryptosystem -- Algorithm for public key cryptography
Wikipedia - Paket-E/NK -- Russian torpedo system
Wikipedia - Palembang LRT -- Light rail transit system in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum -- Rapid (in geological terms) global warming, profound changes in ecosystems, and major perturbations in the carbon cycle which started about 55.0 million years ago
Wikipedia - Paleogeography of the India-Asia collision system -- Geological and geomorphological evolution of India and Asia
Wikipedia - Pallet racking -- Material handling storage aid system designed to store materials on pallets
Wikipedia - Pallophotophone -- Photographic sound recording system
Wikipedia - Palm Beach County Library System -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Palm OS -- Mobile operating system
Wikipedia - PAL -- Colour encoding system for analogue television
Wikipedia - Pamela Templer -- ecosystem ecologist
Wikipedia - PAN AM (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Pan Am Systems -- Diversified American company
Wikipedia - Panchayati raj -- Indian political system
Wikipedia - Panchayat (Nepal) -- Political system of Nepal from 1960 to 1990
Wikipedia - Pancreas divisum -- Congenital disorder of digestive system
Wikipedia - Pancreas -- An organ of the digestive system and endocrine system of vertebrates
Wikipedia - Pan European Game Information -- European video game content rating system
Wikipedia - Pantone 448 C -- Colour in the Pantone colour system
Wikipedia - Papua New Guinea honours system -- Orders, decorations, and medals of Papua New Guinea
Wikipedia - Parallel Ocean Program -- A three-dimensional ocean circulation model designed primarily for studying the ocean climate system
Wikipedia - Parallel Virtual File System
Wikipedia - Parallel voting -- Electoral system
Wikipedia - Paramilitary punishment attacks in Northern Ireland -- Informal criminal justice system operated by loyalist and republican groups in Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Parasympathetic nervous system -- A division of the autonomic nervous system
Wikipedia - Par (golf scoring format) -- Scoring system used mostly in amateur and club golf; involves scoring (+, 0, M-bM-^HM-^R) based on results at each hole; the objective is to have an end score with more pluses than minuses
Wikipedia - Parimutuel betting -- Betting system in which all bets of a particular type are placed together in a pool
Wikipedia - Paris MM-CM-)tro -- Rapid transit system of Paris, France
Wikipedia - Parity (physics) -- Symmetry of physical systems under mirror reflections.
Wikipedia - Park Guell -- Public park system in Barcelona, Spain
Wikipedia - Parking brake -- Secondary automotive braking system
Wikipedia - Park Systems -- South Korean company
Wikipedia - Parliamentary system -- Form of government
Wikipedia - Parody religion -- Belief system that challenges spiritual convictions of others, often through humor, satire, or ridicule
Wikipedia - Paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity -- Syndrome that causes episodes of increased activity of the sympathetic nervous system
Wikipedia - Parque Nacional de las Cavernas del Rio Camuy -- Cave system in Camuy, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Participatory economics -- Type of economic system
Wikipedia - Particle system
Wikipedia - Parts inventory system
Wikipedia - Party system
Wikipedia - Pasadena Refining System -- American refinery company
Wikipedia - Pasigraphy -- Writing system wherein each symbol represents a concept
Wikipedia - Passenger information system
Wikipedia - Passivity (engineering) -- Systems that do not produce or consume energy
Wikipedia - Passport system in the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - Pass system (Canadian history)
Wikipedia - Password cracking -- Recovering passwords from data that has been stored in or transmitted by a computer system
Wikipedia - PA system
Wikipedia - PATH (rail system) -- Public rapid transit system connecting communities in New Jersey with Manhattan
Wikipedia - Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System
Wikipedia - Patna Metro -- planned rapid transit system for the city of Patna, Bihar, India
Wikipedia - Payment systems
Wikipedia - Paym -- British mobile payment system
Wikipedia - Paytm -- Indian financial technologies and payment systems company
Wikipedia - Paywall -- System that prevents Internet users from accessing webpage content without a paid subscription
Wikipedia - Pecos Classification -- Chronological division system
Wikipedia - Pedestrian crash avoidance mitigation -- system that recognizes pedestrians and bicycles in an automobile's path
Wikipedia - Peerage -- System of nobility
Wikipedia - Pegasystems -- American software company
Wikipedia - PeM-LM-^Mh-M-EM-^Me-jM-DM-+ -- Romanization system of Min Nan Chinese
Wikipedia - Penal system in China -- Penal system in the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - Penal system of Japan
Wikipedia - Penal system
Wikipedia - Peninsula Library System
Wikipedia - Pennsylvania library system
Wikipedia - Pennsylvania State Route System -- Highway system of Pennsylvania in the United States
Wikipedia - Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education -- Agency that oversees Pennsylvania-owned colleges and universities
Wikipedia - Penny Penates -- Penny Penates postcard used in a public postal system
Wikipedia - Penrose-Lucas argument -- Claim that human mathematicians are not describable as formal proof systems
Wikipedia - Penstock -- Intake structure that controls water flow to turbines or sewerage systems
Wikipedia - Pentimal system -- Notation for presenting numbers
Wikipedia - People in systems and control
Wikipedia - People mover -- Fully automated transit systems, generally serving relatively small areas
Wikipedia - Perceptual system
Wikipedia - PerfectDraft -- Beer tapping system
Wikipedia - Performance supervision system -- Software system
Wikipedia - Perfusion -- Passage of fluid through the circulatory or lymphatic system to an organ or tissue
Wikipedia - Periodization of pre-Columbian Peru -- System for dating cultural periods in the Andean Region
Wikipedia - Peripheral nervous system -- Part of the nervous system
Wikipedia - Peripheral neuropathy -- Nervous system disease located in nerves or nerve cells
Wikipedia - Permit-to-work -- Work safety management system
Wikipedia - Perot Systems -- Information technology company
Wikipedia - Perpetual beta -- Software or a system that never leaves the beta development stage
Wikipedia - Persebaya U-20 -- Youth system of Persebaya Surabaya
Wikipedia - Persistent Systems -- India-headquartered technology company
Wikipedia - Personalized System of Instruction
Wikipedia - Petascale computing -- Computer systems capable of one petaFLOPS
Wikipedia - Phaeton (hypothetical planet) -- Hypothetical former Solar System planet
Wikipedia - Phalanx CIWS -- Close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Phase (matter) -- Region of space (a thermodynamic system), throughout which all physical properties of a material are essentially uniform; region of material that is chemically uniform, physically distinct, (often) mechanically separable
Wikipedia - Philosophical system
Wikipedia - PHL-16 -- Guided modular rocket launching system.
Wikipedia - Phlegm -- Mucus produced by the respiratory system (excluding the nasal passages)
Wikipedia - Phonevision -- Project to create a pay television system
Wikipedia - Phonology -- Branch of linguistics concerned with the systematic organization of sounds in languages
Wikipedia - Photosystem II -- First protein complex in light-dependent reactions of oxygenic photosynthesis
Wikipedia - Photosystem I
Wikipedia - Photovoltaic power station -- Large-scale photovoltaic system
Wikipedia - Photovoltaic system -- Power system designed to supply usable electric power from solar energy
Wikipedia - Phreaking -- Studying, experimenting with, and exploring telecommunication systems, often with the goal of making free calls
Wikipedia - Physical access -- Ability of people to physically gain access to a computer system
Wikipedia - Physical chemistry -- Study of macroscopic, atomic, subatomic, and particulate phenomena in chemical systems in terms of laws and concepts of physics
Wikipedia - Physical property -- Attribute of a physical system or body; OR non-chemical property of a material
Wikipedia - Physical symbol systems hypothesis
Wikipedia - Physical symbol system -- System that takes physical patterns and combines them into structures and manipulates them
Wikipedia - Physical systems
Wikipedia - Physical system -- Portion of the physical universe chosen for analysis; everything outside the system is known as the environment
Wikipedia - Physics engine -- Software for approximate simulation of physical systems
Wikipedia - Physiology -- Science of the function of living systems
Wikipedia - Phytoplankton -- Autotrophic members of the plankton ecosystem
Wikipedia - Pi Andromedae -- Binary star system in the constellation Andromeda
Wikipedia - Pi Canis Majoris -- Binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - Pick operating system
Wikipedia - Pico (text editor) -- Text editor for Unix and Unix-based computer systems
Wikipedia - Pierce County Library System
Wikipedia - Pilates -- Physical fitness system
Wikipedia - PiM-CM-1ero station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Ping of death -- Attack on a computer system that involves sending a malformed or otherwise malicious ping to a computer
Wikipedia - Pingshui Yun -- Historical rhyming system for Middle Chinese
Wikipedia - Pip (package manager) -- Package management system for Python
Wikipedia - Pi Sagittarii -- Triple star system in the constellation Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Pi-system -- A non-empty family of sets where the intersection of any two members is again a member.
Wikipedia - Pitman shorthand -- System of shorthand for English, developed by Isaac Pitman
Wikipedia - Pitot-static system
Wikipedia - Plan 9 from Bell Labs -- Distributed operating system
Wikipedia - Planar Systems
Wikipedia - Planck charge -- Unit of charge in the system of Planck units
Wikipedia - Planck mass -- |Unit of mass in the system of Planck units
Wikipedia - Planetary system
Wikipedia - Planets beyond Neptune -- Any Solar System planet that might exist beyond Neptune
Wikipedia - Planned economy -- Type of economic system based on planning
Wikipedia - Planned socialist system
Wikipedia - Plant System -- Historic railroad system
Wikipedia - Plasma Wave Subsystem -- Instrument on board the Voyager space probes
Wikipedia - PLATO (computer system)
Wikipedia - PLATO system
Wikipedia - Playmander -- South Australian gerrymandering system
Wikipedia - PlayStation 3 system software -- System software for the PlayStation 3
Wikipedia - PlayStation 4 system software
Wikipedia - PlayStation Vita system software
Wikipedia - Plea -- Answer to a claim made by someone in a criminal case under common law using the adversarial system
Wikipedia - Plessey AR-3D -- British military radar system
Wikipedia - Plessey System 250
Wikipedia - Plumbing -- Systems for conveying fluids
Wikipedia - Plurality voting system
Wikipedia - Pluto -- Dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt of the Solar System
Wikipedia - Pneumatic tube -- System that propels cylindrical containers through tubes by compressed air
Wikipedia - Point Aconi Generating Station -- Thermal Generating System in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada
Wikipedia - Point of sale system
Wikipedia - Points system (cricket) -- Cricket terminology
Wikipedia - Polar coordinate system -- Two-dimensional coordinate system where each point is determined by a distance from reference point and an angle from a reference direction
Wikipedia - Polarized 3D system -- Uses polarization glasses to create the illusion of three-dimensional images by restricting the light that reaches each eye
Wikipedia - Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle -- Expendable system for launching satellites, developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation
Wikipedia - Polish Club -- Contract bridge bidding system
Wikipedia - Political realignment -- dramatic change in a political system
Wikipedia - Political science -- Social science concerned with the study of politics, political systems and associated constitutions
Wikipedia - Political spectrum -- A graphical system to visually classify different political positions
Wikipedia - Political systems of Imperial China
Wikipedia - Political system
Wikipedia - Political unitarism -- Concepts that enforce fully unified system of Government
Wikipedia - Politics of Albania -- Political system of Albania
Wikipedia - Politics of Australia -- Political system of Australia
Wikipedia - Politics of Austria -- Political system of Austria
Wikipedia - Politics of Bangladesh -- Political system of Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Politics of Benin -- Political system of Benin
Wikipedia - Politics of Bhutan -- Political system of Bhutan
Wikipedia - Politics of Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Wikipedia - Politics of Botswana -- Political system of Botswana
Wikipedia - Politics of Brazil -- Political system of Brazil
Wikipedia - Politics of Bulgaria -- Political system of Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Politics of Burkina Faso -- Political system of Burkina Faso
Wikipedia - Politics of Cambodia -- Political system of Cambodia
Wikipedia - Politics of Chile -- Political system of Chile
Wikipedia - Politics of Colombia -- Political system of Colombia
Wikipedia - Politics of Costa Rica -- Political system of Costa Rica
Wikipedia - Politics of Cyprus -- Political system of Cyprus
Wikipedia - Politics of East Timor -- Political system of East Timor
Wikipedia - Politics of Ecuador -- Political system of Ecuador
Wikipedia - Politics of El Salvador -- Political system of El Salvador
Wikipedia - Politics of Eritrea -- Political system
Wikipedia - Politics of Finland -- Political system of Finland
Wikipedia - Politics of Georgia (country) -- Political system of Gergia (country)
Wikipedia - Politics of Germany -- Political system of Germany
Wikipedia - Politics of Guatemala -- Political system of Guatemala
Wikipedia - Politics of Haiti -- Political system of Haiti
Wikipedia - Politics of Honduras -- Poltitical system of Honduras
Wikipedia - Politics of Hong Kong -- Political system of Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Politics of Iceland -- Political system of Iceland
Wikipedia - Politics of India -- Political system of India
Wikipedia - Politics of Indonesia -- Political system of Indonesia
Wikipedia - Politics of Iraq -- Political system of Iraq
Wikipedia - Politics of Israel -- Political system of Israel
Wikipedia - Politics of Italy -- Political system in Italy
Wikipedia - Politics of Jamaica -- Political system of Jamaica
Wikipedia - Politics of Japan -- Political system of Japan
Wikipedia - Politics of Kenya -- Political system of Kenya
Wikipedia - Politics of Kyrgyzstan -- Political system of Kyrgyzstan
Wikipedia - Politics of Latvia -- Political system of Latvia
Wikipedia - Politics of Liberia -- Political system of Liberia
Wikipedia - Politics of Luxembourg -- Political system of Luxembourg
Wikipedia - Politics of Malawi -- Political system of Malawi
Wikipedia - Politics of Mali -- Political system of Mali
Wikipedia - Politics of Malta -- Political system of Malta
Wikipedia - Politics of Mauritius -- Political system of Mauritius
Wikipedia - Politics of Moldova -- Political system of Moldova
Wikipedia - Politics of Mongolia -- Political system of Mongolia
Wikipedia - Politics of Montenegro -- Political system of Montenegro
Wikipedia - Politics of Morocco -- Political system of Morocco
Wikipedia - Politics of Mozambique -- Political system of Mozambique
Wikipedia - Politics of Myanmar -- Political system of Myanmar
Wikipedia - Politics of Namibia -- Political system of Namibia
Wikipedia - Politics of North Macedonia -- Political system of North Macedonia
Wikipedia - Politics of Pakistan -- Political system of Pakistan
Wikipedia - Politics of Panama -- Political system of Panama
Wikipedia - Politics of Paraguay -- Political system of Paraguay
Wikipedia - Politics of Peru -- Political system of Peru
Wikipedia - Politics of Portugal -- Political system of Portugal
Wikipedia - Politics of Saudi Arabia -- Overview of the political system in Saudi Arabia
Wikipedia - Politics of Senegal -- Political system of Senegal
Wikipedia - Politics of Singapore -- Political system of Singapore
Wikipedia - Politics of Somaliland -- Political system of Somaliland
Wikipedia - Politics of South Africa -- Political system of South Africa
Wikipedia - Politics of South Korea -- Political system of South Korea
Wikipedia - Politics of Sri Lanka -- Political system of Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Politics of Sweden -- Political system of Sweden
Wikipedia - Politics of Switzerland -- Political system of Switzerland
Wikipedia - Politics of Tanzania -- Political system of Tanzania
Wikipedia - Politics of Thailand -- Political system of Thailand
Wikipedia - Politics of the Collectivity of Saint Martin -- Political system in the Collectivity of Saint Martin
Wikipedia - Politics of the Czech Republic -- Political system of the Czech Republic
Wikipedia - Politics of the Netherlands Antilles -- Political system of the Netherlands Antilles
Wikipedia - Politics of the Netherlands -- Political system of the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Politics of the Philippines -- Political system of the Philippines
Wikipedia - Politics of the Republic of Ireland -- Political system of the country of Ireland
Wikipedia - Politics of the United Kingdom -- Political system of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Wikipedia - Politics of the United States -- Political system of the United States of America
Wikipedia - Politics of Transnistria -- Political system of Transnistria
Wikipedia - Politics of Tunisia -- Political system of Tunisia
Wikipedia - Politics of Turkey -- Political system of Turkey
Wikipedia - Politics of Uganda -- Political system of Uganda
Wikipedia - Politics of Uruguay -- Political system of Uruguay
Wikipedia - Politics of Venezuela -- Political system of Venezuela
Wikipedia - Politics of Wales -- Political system
Wikipedia - Politics of Zambia -- Political system of Zambia
Wikipedia - Polling system
Wikipedia - Polyandry -- Mating system in which the female partner may have multiple partners
Wikipedia - Polygyny -- Mating system in which the male partner may have multiple partners
Wikipedia - Polypipe -- UK manufacturer of plastic piping systems
Wikipedia - Polytech Group (France) -- French public technology university system
Wikipedia - Pontryagin's maximum principle -- Principle in optimal control theory for best way to change state in a dynamical system
Wikipedia - Pop System -- French teen pop band
Wikipedia - Portable Batch System
Wikipedia - Portable Life Support System
Wikipedia - Portable People Meter -- Proprietary electronic system used for radio and television ratings gathering
Wikipedia - Portal:Solar System
Wikipedia - Portal:Systems science -- Wikimedia portal
Wikipedia - Portal venous system
Wikipedia - Port (computer networking) -- Communications endpoint in an operating system
Wikipedia - Porteus (operating system)
Wikipedia - Portuguese Inquisition -- System of tribunals enforcing Catholic orthodoxy
Wikipedia - Positive train control -- Type of train protection system
Wikipedia - POSIX -- Family of IEEE standards for compatibility between operating systems
Wikipedia - Postal addresses in the Republic of Ireland -- Postal code system of Ireland
Wikipedia - Postal codes in Taiwan -- Postal code system
Wikipedia - Postal codes in Turkey -- Postal code system
Wikipedia - Postal Index Number -- Code in the post office numbering or post code system used by India Post
Wikipedia - Postal savings system -- Banking services offered by a postal system
Wikipedia - Postal system
Wikipedia - Post-Attack Command and Control System -- Former US network of ground and airborne communication sites for use before, during and after a nuclear attack on the United States
Wikipedia - Post canonical system
Wikipedia - Postliberal theology -- Christian faith development of coherent systematic theology movements
Wikipedia - Potable water diving -- Underwater diving in potable water systems
Wikipedia - Potential vorticity -- A simplified approach for understanding fluid motions in a rotating system
Wikipedia - Pouch Attachment Ladder System -- Grid of webbing used to attach smaller equipment onto load-bearing platforms
Wikipedia - Pourbaix diagram -- Plot of thermodynamically stable phases of an aqueous electrochemical system
Wikipedia - Pournelle chart -- Two-dimensional coordinate system which can be used to distinguish political ideologies
Wikipedia - Power Glove -- Controller accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System
Wikipedia - Power system
Wikipedia - Pow-wow (folk magic) -- System of American folk religion and magic associated with the Pennsylvania Dutch
Wikipedia - Prader scale -- Rating system for the degree of virilization of human genitalia
Wikipedia - Praxis High Integrity Systems
Wikipedia - Pre-Columbian savannas of North America -- Mixed woodland-grassland ecosystem
Wikipedia - Predetermined time systems
Wikipedia - Prediction and Research Moored Array in the Atlantic -- System of moored observation buoys in the tropical Atlantic Ocean which collect meteorological and oceanographic data
Wikipedia - Preemption (computing) -- Act of temporarily interrupting a task being carried out by a computer system, without requiring its cooperation, and with the intention of resuming the task at a later time
Wikipedia - Preflexes -- Latent capacities in the musculoskeletal system
Wikipedia - Premiership Rugby -- Top division of the English rugby union system
Wikipedia - Prenatal care in the United States -- Overview of the prenatal care system in the United States of America
Wikipedia - Presbyterian Healthcare Services -- Health care system in New Mexico, US
Wikipedia - Presidential Successor Support System -- United States continuity of government program
Wikipedia - Presidential system -- Form of government
Wikipedia - Pressure Reference System
Wikipedia - Pressure system -- Relative peak or lull in the sea level pressure distribution
Wikipedia - Prestel -- British viewdata system
Wikipedia - Presto card -- Contactless smart card fare system in Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Preureteric vena cava -- Congenital disorder of urinary system
Wikipedia - Price system
Wikipedia - Primary life support system -- life support device for a space suit
Wikipedia - Primary One Admission System -- School admissions system in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Primary succession -- Gradual growth and change of an ecosystem on new substrate
Wikipedia - Prime minister -- Most senior minister of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system
Wikipedia - Primitive road -- A minor road system that is generally not maintained or paved
Wikipedia - Princeton University Library -- Main library system of Princeton University
Wikipedia - Principle of least action -- Variational principle for physical systems that minimizes the action of the system
Wikipedia - Principle of least astonishment -- Principle in computer system design
Wikipedia - Prison gang -- Gang operating within a prison system
Wikipedia - Privacy by design -- Framework for systems engineering
Wikipedia - Pro-Am Sports System -- Former regional sports network in Michigan, United States
Wikipedia - Probabilistic risk assessment -- Systematic and comprehensive methodology to evaluate risks associated with a complex engineered technological entity
Wikipedia - Problem-Oriented Medical Information System -- Hospital patient records system
Wikipedia - Process architecture -- Structural design of general process systems
Wikipedia - Process calculus -- Family of approaches for modelling concurrent systems
Wikipedia - Process control block -- Data structure in the operating system kernel containing the information needed to manage a particular process
Wikipedia - Process control system
Wikipedia - Process Development Execution System
Wikipedia - ProcessWire -- Software content management system
Wikipedia - Procfs -- Filesystem in Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - Production system (computer science)
Wikipedia - Productive nanosystems
Wikipedia - Productivity (ecology) -- The rate of generation of biomass in an ecosystem
Wikipedia - Professional File System
Wikipedia - Professional mobile radio -- Field radio communications systems
Wikipedia - Programadora -- Colombian television companies under unique state-run system
Wikipedia - Program and System Information Protocol -- Video and audio industry protocol
Wikipedia - Programming language implementation -- System for executing computer programs
Wikipedia - Progressive Broadcasting System -- Defunct American radio network
Wikipedia - Project Blue Book -- Systematic study of unidentified flying objects
Wikipedia - Project Excalibur -- Anti-missile system using an X-ray laser powered by a nuclear bomb
Wikipedia - Project management information system
Wikipedia - ProMedica -- American healthcare system
Wikipedia - Proof-of-work system
Wikipedia - Proof of work -- A system that regulates the formation of blocks on a blockchain
Wikipedia - Proof system
Wikipedia - Proportional control -- Linear feedback control system
Wikipedia - Proportional representation -- Voting system that makes outcomes proportional to vote totals
Wikipedia - Proposed light rail developments for Cork City -- Proposed transit system for Cork City, Ireland
Wikipedia - Proposed UK Internet age verification system -- Abandoned Internet censorship system
Wikipedia - Propositional proof system
Wikipedia - PROSPERO -- Online systematic review database
Wikipedia - Prostate -- Gland of the male reproductive system in most mammals
Wikipedia - Protection ring -- Layer of protection in computer systems
Wikipedia - Protect the Land -- System of a Down song
Wikipedia - Prototype Verification System
Wikipedia - Proto-writing -- Symbol system that conveys information, but does not record language
Wikipedia - ProVeg Nederland -- Dutch foundation that aims to accelerate the transition towards a plant-based food system
Wikipedia - Providence/Stoughton Line -- Line of the Boston MBTA Commuter Rail system
Wikipedia - Prussian education system -- Overview of the Prussian education system
Wikipedia - Pseudo file system
Wikipedia - Pseudophilosophy -- A philosophical idea or system which does not meet an expected set of standards
Wikipedia - Psi Sagittarii -- Triple star system in the constellation Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System -- Production I.G film trilogy
Wikipedia - PTDOS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Ptolemaic system
Wikipedia - Ptrace -- Analysis tool in Unix-like systems
Wikipedia - PTS-DOS -- Computer operating system for x86 processors
Wikipedia - Public address system -- Electronic system for amplifying sound
Wikipedia - Public Health England -- Executive agency in UK health system
Wikipedia - Public housing in Puerto Rico -- System of subsidized housing units
Wikipedia - Public-key cryptography -- Cryptographic system with public and private keys
Wikipedia - Public-key cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Public policy doctrine -- Body of principles that underpin the operation of legal systems
Wikipedia - Public Radio Satellite System -- Interconnected satellite network for delivery of public radio programming
Wikipedia - Public recursive name server -- Name resolver service for the Domain Name System
Wikipedia - Public Safety Realignment initiative -- California state penal system reform program
Wikipedia - Puerto Rico soccer league system -- Professional and amateur soccer leagues based in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Pullapart -- Packaging recycling classification system
Wikipedia - Pulmonary circulation -- The part of the circulatory system which carries blood from heart to lungs and back to the heart
Wikipedia - Pulmonary function testing -- Test to evaluate respiratory system
Wikipedia - PulseAudio -- Sound server for Unix-like operating systems
Wikipedia - Pumped-storage hydroelectricity -- Type of electric energy storage system using two reservoirs of water connected with a pump and a turbine
Wikipedia - Pump-jet -- Marine propulsion system
Wikipedia - Punjab FC Reserves and Academy -- Reserve team and youth system of Punjab FC
Wikipedia - Purdue University Global -- Adult-serving public university, part of Purdue University system
Wikipedia - Purdue University system -- American state university system
Wikipedia - Pure Michigan Byway -- Segment of the State Trunkline Highway System
Wikipedia - Pure type system
Wikipedia - Purkinje fibers -- Purkinje fibers allow the heart's conduction system to create synchronized contractions of its ventricles
Wikipedia - Putinism -- Political system of Russia during leadership of Vladimir Putin
Wikipedia - Putting-out system -- Cottage industry
Wikipedia - Pyramid of Capitalist System -- Cartoon critique against capitalism
Wikipedia - Pythagorean astronomical system
Wikipedia - QAPF diagram -- Classification system for igneous rocks
Wikipedia - QFS -- File system
Wikipedia - Qigong -- Chinese system of coordinated posture and movement, breathing, and meditation
Wikipedia - QMCF Technology -- Protein production system
Wikipedia - QNAP Systems
Wikipedia - QNX Software Systems
Wikipedia - Q (programming language from Kx Systems)
Wikipedia - QSAS -- Qatari green building certification system
Wikipedia - Q-systems
Wikipedia - Qualcomm Snapdragon -- Suite of system-on-a-chip (SoC) semiconductor products
Wikipedia - Quality management system
Wikipedia - Quantcast File System -- File system
Wikipedia - Quantum algorithm for linear systems of equations
Wikipedia - Quantum dimer models -- Model of the physics of resonating valence bond states in lattice spin systems
Wikipedia - Quantum entanglement -- Correlation between measurements of quantum subsystems, even when spatially separated
Wikipedia - Quantum information -- Information that is held in the state of a quantum system
Wikipedia - Quantum speed limit -- Limitation on the minimum time for a quantum system to evolve between two distinguishable states
Wikipedia - Quantum state -- Mathematical entity to describe the probability of each possible measurement on a system
Wikipedia - Quantum system
Wikipedia - Quasi-Zenith Satellite System -- Navigation satellites
Wikipedia - Quater-imaginary base -- Non-standard numeral system
Wikipedia - Qubes OS -- Security-focused Linux-based operating system
Wikipedia - Queries per second -- Amount of search traffic an information retrieval system receives during one second
Wikipedia - Query throughput -- Measurement of database system performance
Wikipedia - Question answering system
Wikipedia - Queueing Systems
Wikipedia - Queue management system
Wikipedia - Quinarian system -- Classification system of organisms
Wikipedia - Quinary -- Positional number system with base 5
Wikipedia - Quota Borda system -- Voting system
Wikipedia - RAAF area commands -- Royal Australian Air Force command system
Wikipedia - Rabin cryptosystem
Wikipedia - Racial disparities in the U.S. criminal justice system
Wikipedia - Racial segregation -- Systemic separation of people into racial or other ethnic groups in daily life
Wikipedia - Racism in Canada -- Systematized form of oppression and violence by one race against another in Canada
Wikipedia - Racism in the United States -- Systematized form of oppression by one race against another in the US
Wikipedia - Racism in United States college fraternities and sororities -- Aspect of American Greek life system
Wikipedia - Radar -- Object detection system using radio waves
Wikipedia - Radiant heating and cooling system
Wikipedia - Radiant heating and cooling -- Systems using temperature-controlled surfaces to exchange heat with their surrounding environment through convection and radiation
Wikipedia - Radio Data System -- Communications protocol standard for embedding small amounts of digital information in conventional FM radio broadcasts
Wikipedia - Radio direction finder -- Radio navigation system which operates by finding the bearing of a radio signal
Wikipedia - Radiotelephone -- Communications system for transmission of speech over radio
Wikipedia - Radix -- Number of unique digits in a positional numeral system
Wikipedia - Rado's theorem (Ramsey theory) -- Result in Ramsey theory on verifying that a system of linear equations is regular
Wikipedia - Railroad car -- Vehicle used for carrying cargo or passengers on rail transport system
Wikipedia - Rail transport in Australia -- Transportation system in Australia
Wikipedia - Rail transport in Great Britain -- Railway system in Great Britain
Wikipedia - Rail transport in Vatican City -- Railway system, railway company
Wikipedia - Railway air brake -- Fail-safe power braking system with compressed air as the operating medium
Wikipedia - Railway electrification system
Wikipedia - Railways Act 1921 -- Legislation rationalising the British Railway System
Wikipedia - Railways in Buckinghamshire -- Overview of the railway system in Buckinghamshire
Wikipedia - RAJAR -- Audience measurement system for the radio industry in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Rambo: First Blood Part II (Master System video game) -- 1986 video game
Wikipedia - Ramp meter -- Traffic management system
Wikipedia - Ranally city rating system
Wikipedia - Ranked-choice voting in the United States -- Electoral system used in some cities and states in the United States
Wikipedia - RapidBlocs -- Obstacle system for artificial whitewater courses
Wikipedia - Rapid Execution and Combat Targeting System
Wikipedia - Rapid KL -- Public transportation system in Malaysia
Wikipedia - Raspberry Pi -- Series of inexpensive single-board computers used for educational purposes and embedded systems
Wikipedia - Rast (mode) -- Musical modal system in traditional mugham music
Wikipedia - Rating system of the Royal Navy -- Historical category for Royal Navy vessels, based on number of guns
Wikipedia - Rational MultiVersion File System
Wikipedia - Rational System Architect
Wikipedia - Ratio Studiorum -- Document that standardized the system of Jesuit education in 1599
Wikipedia - Raymond E. Goldstein -- Professor of Complex Physical Systems
Wikipedia - RC 4000 Multiprogramming System
Wikipedia - RC 4000 multiprogramming system
Wikipedia - R Canis Majoris -- binary star system in the constellation Canis Major
Wikipedia - RCA Photophone -- Early film audio synchronization system
Wikipedia - Rc -- Command line interpreter for Version 10 Unix and Plan 9 from Bell Labs operating systems
Wikipedia - Reachability analysis -- Solution to the reachability problem in distributed systems (computer science)
Wikipedia - Reaction control system -- Spacecraft thrusters used to provide attitude control and translation
Wikipedia - Reaction-diffusion systems
Wikipedia - Reaction-diffusion system
Wikipedia - Read (system call)
Wikipedia - Reagent -- Substance or compound that is added to a system in order to bring about a chemical reaction, or added to see if a reaction occurs
Wikipedia - Real-time computing -- Study of hardware and software systems that have a "real-time constraint"
Wikipedia - Real-time Control System
Wikipedia - Real-time operating systems
Wikipedia - Real-time operating system
Wikipedia - Real-time systems
Wikipedia - Real-time system
Wikipedia - Reasoning system
Wikipedia - Reboot -- Process by which a computer system is restarted
Wikipedia - Recall bias -- Systematic error caused by differences in the accuracy or completeness of the recollections retrieved
Wikipedia - Recommendation systems
Wikipedia - Recommendation system
Wikipedia - Recommender systems
Wikipedia - Recommender system -- Information filtering system to predict users' preferences
Wikipedia - Reconciliation ecology -- Study of maintaining biodiversity in human-dominated ecosystems
Wikipedia - Reconfigurable Manufacturing System
Wikipedia - Record-oriented filesystem
Wikipedia - REDI (Execution Management System) -- Financial technology firm
Wikipedia - Red Lion Area School District -- public school system in York, Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Redmond Caves -- Cave system in Oregon, USA
Wikipedia - Redox (operating system)
Wikipedia - Red Star OS -- North Korean Linux-based operating system
Wikipedia - Reduce (computer algebra system)
Wikipedia - Redundancy (engineering) -- Duplication of critical components to increase reliability of a system
Wikipedia - Re-education through labor -- System of administrative detention in Mainland China
Wikipedia - Reeves AN/TPQ-2 Close Air Support System -- | post-World War II radar/computer/communications system
Wikipedia - Reference system
Wikipedia - Reformed systematic theology bibliography -- Wikipedia bibliography
Wikipedia - Regenerative agriculture -- Conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems
Wikipedia - Regents of the University of Colorado -- Governing board of the University if Colorado system
Wikipedia - Regional lockout -- Digital system to prevent use of a product or service outside of a certain region or territory
Wikipedia - Regional Ocean Modeling System -- A free-surface, terrain-following, primitive equations ocean model
Wikipedia - Regional Religious System
Wikipedia - Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England -- Listing and classification system for historic parks and gardens in England
Wikipedia - Regulatory T cell -- Subpopulation of T cells that modulate the immune system, maintain tolerance to self-antigens, and prevent autoimmune disease.
Wikipedia - Reiser4 -- Computer file system, successor to ReiserFS
Wikipedia - Relational database management systems
Wikipedia - Relational database management system -- DBMS that is based on the relational model
Wikipedia - Relational data stream management system
Wikipedia - Relay Bike Share -- Atlanta public bicycle sharing system
Wikipedia - Relevant type system
Wikipedia - Reliability engineering -- Sub-discipline of systems engineering that emphasizes dependability in the lifecycle management of a product or a system
Wikipedia - Religion -- Sacred belief system
Wikipedia - Religious persecution -- Systematic mistreatment of an individual or group as a response to their religious beliefs or affiliations or lack thereof
Wikipedia - Religious syncretism -- Blending of two or more religious belief systems into a new system
Wikipedia - Remote Sensing Systems
Wikipedia - Repartimiento -- System of forced labour historically imposed by the Spanish Empire upon indigenous peoples in the Spanish overseas possessions
Wikipedia - ReplayGain -- Loudness normalization system
Wikipedia - Replicant (operating system)
Wikipedia - Representational systems (NLP)
Wikipedia - Reputation system
Wikipedia - Research Moored Array for African-Asian-Australian Monsoon Analysis and Prediction -- System of moored observation buoys in the Indian Ocean that collects meteorological and oceanographic data
Wikipedia - Research -- Systematic study undertaken to increase knowledge
Wikipedia - Residential Burglary Expert System -- First U.S. American offender profiling software for local crime investigation
Wikipedia - Residential colleges of Yale University -- Undergraduate housing system at Yale University
Wikipedia - Resonant interaction -- Interaction of multiple waves in a nonlinear system
Wikipedia - Resonator -- Device or system that exhibits resonance
Wikipedia - Resource Access Control Facility -- Standard security product included in the z/OS operating system
Wikipedia - Respiratory disease -- Disease of the respiratory system
Wikipedia - Respiratory system of the horse -- none
Wikipedia - Respiratory system -- Biological system in animals and plants for gas exchange
Wikipedia - Restoring force -- physical force acting to bring a system back toward equilibrium
Wikipedia - Restriction modification system
Wikipedia - Reusable launch system -- Launch system designed for repeated use and reusability
Wikipedia - Reveal system -- 20th century system of plant classification
Wikipedia - Reverse 9-1-1 -- Communications system used to communicate with the public
Wikipedia - Review aggregator -- System that collects reviews of products and services
Wikipedia - Revised Romanization of Hangeul -- Romanization system for Korea's Hangeul alphabet
Wikipedia - Revised Romanization of Korean -- Korean language romanization system
Wikipedia - Revision control system
Wikipedia - Revision Control System -- Version-control system
Wikipedia - Reward system -- Group of neural structures responsible for motivation and desire
Wikipedia - Rewrite system
Wikipedia - Rhapsody (operating system)
Wikipedia - Rh blood group system -- Human blood group systems
Wikipedia - Rheinmetall Oerlikon Millennium Gun -- Type of close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Rhesus blood group system
Wikipedia - Rhizolith -- Root systems encased in mineral matter
Wikipedia - Rhyming slang -- Any system of slang in which a word is replaced with a phrase that rhymes with it.
Wikipedia - Rice-fish system -- Agicultural system
Wikipedia - Richmond County School System -- School district in Augusta, Georgia, U.S.
Wikipedia - Richmond Union Passenger Railway -- Tram system in Richmond, Virginia (1888-1949)
Wikipedia - Ricoh 5A22 -- Microprocessor made by Ricoh for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Wikipedia - Ridge and furrow -- Archaeological pattern of ridges and troughs created by a system of ploughing used in Europe during the Middle Ages, typical of the open field system
Wikipedia - Right gastric artery -- Blood vessel of the human digestive system
Wikipedia - Rights -- Fundamental legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement according to some legal system, social convention, or ethical theory
Wikipedia - RIM-7 Sea Sparrow -- US ship-borne short-range air defence missile system
Wikipedia - RINEX -- Interchange format for raw satellite navigation system data
Wikipedia - Ring expansion and contraction -- Chemical phenomenon within ring systems
Wikipedia - Rings of Uranus -- Planetary ring system of Uranus
Wikipedia - Ring system -- Ring of cosmic dust orbiting an astronomical object
Wikipedia - Rio Madeira HVDC system -- Brazilian electrical transmission system
Wikipedia - Rio Piedras station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Rio Secreto -- Semi-flooded cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Wikipedia - RIOT (operating system)
Wikipedia - Ripple (payment protocol) -- real-time gross settlement system
Wikipedia - RISC iX -- Discontinued Unix operating system
Wikipedia - RISC OS -- computer operating system by Acorn Computers Ltd
Wikipedia - Rising Star Cave -- Dolomite cave system in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in South Africa
Wikipedia - Risk and Safety Statements -- System of hazard codes and phrases for labeling dangerous chemicals and compounds
Wikipedia - Risk management -- Set of measures for the systematic identification, analysis, assessment, monitoring and control of risks
Wikipedia - River Cladagh -- River in Northern Ireland, part of the Erne system
Wikipedia - Riverside Transit Agency -- Transit system in Riverside County, California, United States
Wikipedia - RJK -- Submarine telecommunications cable system
Wikipedia - RM-CM-)seau express mM-CM-)tropolitain -- Rapid transit system under construction in Greater Montreal, Canada
Wikipedia - Roads in Cuba -- Highway system in Cuba
Wikipedia - Robbinsdale Library -- defunct branch library of the Hennepin County Library system in Robbinsdale, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Robinson arithmetic -- Axiomatic logical system
Wikipedia - Robotic vacuum cleaner -- Autonomous vacuum floor cleaning system
Wikipedia - Robot Operating System -- Collection of software frameworks for robot software development
Wikipedia - Rochester Ramjet -- Automotive fuel injection system used 1957-1965
Wikipedia - Rodent Research Hardware System -- NASA research platform on the International Space Station
Wikipedia - RokkM-EM-^M Island Line -- Transit system in Kobe, Japan
Wikipedia - Roland System-100M -- Synthesizer introduced in the 1980s
Wikipedia - Role-based access control -- Approach to restricting system access to authorized users
Wikipedia - Role of skin in locomotion -- Use of the integumentary system in animal movement
Wikipedia - Role-playing battle systems
Wikipedia - Role-playing game system
Wikipedia - Roman Inquisition -- System of tribunals enforcing Catholic orthodoxy
Wikipedia - Roman law -- Legal system of Ancient Rome (c. 449 BC - AD 529)
Wikipedia - Roman mythology -- Traditional stories pertaining to ancient Rome's legendary origins and religious system
Wikipedia - Roman timekeeping -- Hour system with days divided into 24 hours
Wikipedia - Rome Metro -- Rapid transit system in Rome, Italy
Wikipedia - Roosevelt station (Puerto Rico) -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Rootstock -- Plant with root system
Wikipedia - Rorschach Performance Assessment System
Wikipedia - Rosetta-lang -- System-level specification language
Wikipedia - ROS (Robot Operating System)
Wikipedia - Ross Gyre -- A circulating system of ocean currents in the Ross Sea
Wikipedia - Rotary stage -- Component in motion systems
Wikipedia - Rotating locomotion in living systems -- Propulsion of living organisms via rotation of the whole body or a body part
Wikipedia - Rotational grazing -- System of grazing moving animals between paddocks around the year
Wikipedia - RouchM-CM-)-Capelli theorem -- Existence of solutions for a system of linear equations in terms of matrix ranks
Wikipedia - Round-trip delay -- time required to receive a response to a query across a communication system
Wikipedia - Royal Thai General System of Transcription
Wikipedia - Royal University of Bhutan -- National university system of Bhutan
Wikipedia - Roy Rada -- American Professor emeritus of information systems (b. 1951)
Wikipedia - RPM Fusion -- Software repository for the Fedora operating system
Wikipedia - RSA (cryptosystem) -- Algorithm for public-key cryptography
Wikipedia - R-S-T system -- A brevity code for Ham radio signal reports
Wikipedia - RTEMS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Rubberhose (file system)
Wikipedia - Rule-based system
Wikipedia - Runit -- Init scheme and service supervisor for UNIX-like systems
Wikipedia - Run-time system
Wikipedia - Runtime system
Wikipedia - RUR-5 ASROC -- Anti-submarine missile system
Wikipedia - Rxvt -- Terminal emulator for the X Window System
Wikipedia - Ryukyuan religion -- indigenous belief system of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan
Wikipedia - S5P4418 -- ARM-based system-on-a-chip
Wikipedia - Sabbath economics -- Christian economic system
Wikipedia - Sabre (computer system)
Wikipedia - SACS (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable in the South Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - SAFE (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Safety-critical system
Wikipedia - Safety data sheet -- System for cataloging information, potential hazards and instructions for safe use associated with a material or product
Wikipedia - Safety engineering -- Engineering discipline which assures that engineered systems provide acceptable levels of safety
Wikipedia - SAGA System
Wikipedia - SAGE air defense system
Wikipedia - Sagebrush steppe -- Grassland ecosystem
Wikipedia - Sagrado Corazon station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - SAIL (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Sailing frigate classification -- United States Navy classification system
Wikipedia - Saint Augustine School, Tanza -- Member of the Diocesan Catholic School in the Diocese of Imus Catholic Educational System Inc.(DICES)
Wikipedia - Saint Lawrence rift system -- A seismically active zone paralleling the Saint Lawrence River
Wikipedia - Sakai (software) -- Learning management system
Wikipedia - Sales force management system -- Automation software systems
Wikipedia - Salesian Preventive System
Wikipedia - Salinian Block -- A terrane west of the main trace of the San Andreas Fault system in California
Wikipedia - Salt Lake City Public Library system
Wikipedia - Salt marsh -- Coastal ecosystem between land and open saltwater that is regularly flooded
Wikipedia - Samaritan Health Services -- Integrated Healthcare System
Wikipedia - Samira Kiani -- Health systems engineer
Wikipedia - Sampradaya -- Tradition, spiritual lineage or a religious system
Wikipedia - Sanda (sport) -- Chinese self-defense system and combat sport
Wikipedia - Sandhill -- A type of ecological community or xeric wildfire-maintained ecosystem
Wikipedia - San Diego Metropolitan Transit System -- Public transit operator in San Diego, California
Wikipedia - SAN File System
Wikipedia - San Francisco cable car system -- United States historic landmark
Wikipedia - San Francisco station -- Rail station of the Tren Urbano system in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Sanitary sewer -- Underground pipe or tunnel system for transporting sewage from houses or buildings to treatment facilities or disposal
Wikipedia - Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail -- Light rail system in San Jose, California
Wikipedia - Santa Fe Rail Trail -- Hiking trail system in Santa Fe, NM, US
Wikipedia - Santiago Ramon y Cajal -- Spanish neuroscientist, pathologist, and histologist specializing in neuroanatomy and the central nervous system
Wikipedia - SAPHIRE -- Systems Analysis Programs for Hands-on Integrated Reliability Evaluations
Wikipedia - Sarasota County Library System -- Public library system in Florida
Wikipedia - Sarovaram Bio Park -- Project with an eco-friendly theme and in an ecosystem of wetlands and mangrove forests containing bird habitats
Wikipedia - Saskatoon Transit -- Public transport system in Saskatchewan, Canada
Wikipedia - SAS System
Wikipedia - Satellite constellation -- Group of artificial satellites working together as a system
Wikipedia - Satellite navigation system
Wikipedia - Satellite Transit System -- Underground people mover system at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Wikipedia - Saturation diving system -- Facility for supporting saturation diving projects
Wikipedia - Saturation system -- A surface hyperbaric complex including a living chamber, transfer chamber, closed diving bell and the infrastructure to operate them
Wikipedia - Saturn -- Sixth planet from the Sun and second largest planet in the Solar System
Wikipedia - Savanna -- Mixed woodland-grassland ecosystem
Wikipedia - Sawndip -- Ideographic writing system of the Zhuang language
Wikipedia - S-Bahn Oberosterreich -- S-Bahn system in the Greater Linz area of the Austrian state of Upper Austria
Wikipedia - Scandinavian Airlines System Flight 871 -- 1960 aviation accident
Wikipedia - Scattered disc -- Collection of bodies in the extreme Solar System
Wikipedia - Schaffer-Vega diversity system -- Wireless guitar system
Wikipedia - Scheduling analysis real-time systems
Wikipedia - Schmidt-Samoa cryptosystem
Wikipedia - School District of Philadelphia -- Public school system of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Wikipedia - Schoology -- Learning management system
Wikipedia - SchoolTool -- Student information system
Wikipedia - Schrodinger equation -- Linear partial differential equation whose solution describes the quantum-mechanical system.
Wikipedia - Science On a Sphere -- A spherical projection system created by NOAA which presents high-resolution video on a suspended globe
Wikipedia - Science -- Systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge
Wikipedia - Scientific Data Systems
Wikipedia - Scientific workflow system -- Specialized form of workflow management in a scientific environment
Wikipedia - Scooter-sharing system -- Service in which scooters are made available for short-term rentals
Wikipedia - Scotism -- Philosophical and theological system or school named after John Duns Scotus
Wikipedia - Scots law -- Hybrid legal system of Scotland, containing civil law and common law elements
Wikipedia - Scott information system
Wikipedia - Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework -- Educational credit system in Scotland
Wikipedia - SCR-268 radar -- U.S. Army's first radar system
Wikipedia - Screen of death -- Computer operating system fatal error display
Wikipedia - Scruple (unit) -- Mass unit in the apothecaries' system
Wikipedia - Scyld (operating system)
Wikipedia - SDF Public Access Unix System -- Shell provider
Wikipedia - SDSF -- Component of the z/OS operating system
Wikipedia - Seacat (missile) -- Surface-to-air missile system
Wikipedia - Seagrass meadow -- Underwater ecosystem
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 3 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 4 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 5 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 6 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Search engine -- Software system that is designed to search for information on the World Wide Web
Wikipedia - Sea Trek (diving system) -- Recreational underwater diving system using helmets
Wikipedia - Seattle Municipal Street Railway -- Historic transit system in Seattle, Washington USA
Wikipedia - Seattle Streetcar -- Modern streetcar system in Seattle, Washington
Wikipedia - SECAM -- French analog color television system
Wikipedia - Secondary circulation -- A circulation induced in a rotating system
Wikipedia - Secondary surveillance radar -- Radar system used in air traffic control
Wikipedia - Second-class citizen -- Individual within a group of people that are systematically being discriminated against within a state
Wikipedia - Second messenger system -- System of signaling molecules within a cell
Wikipedia - Second-order arithmetic -- Mathematical system
Wikipedia - Second Party System -- Second phase in the development of electoral politics in the United States, 1828-1854
Wikipedia - Second-system effect
Wikipedia - Secular education -- System of public education in countries with a secular government
Wikipedia - Secular religion -- Communal belief system that often rejects or neglects the supernatural
Wikipedia - Security alarm -- A system that detects unauthorised entry
Wikipedia - Security and Privacy in Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Security-evaluated operating system
Wikipedia - Security-focused operating system
Wikipedia - Security hacker -- Computer security term; someone who hacks computer systems
Wikipedia - SeeClickFix -- US digital communications system company
Wikipedia - Sega Master System
Wikipedia - Segmental ganglia -- Feature of annelid and arthropod central nervous systems
Wikipedia - Selective Service System -- US federal government agency that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription
Wikipedia - Selective vehicle detection -- Bus priority system used by London Buses
Wikipedia - Self-certifying File System
Wikipedia - Self-contained breathing apparatus -- Emergency breathing air supply system carried by the user
Wikipedia - Self-induced abortion -- Abortion performed by a pregnant person themselves outside the recognized medical system
Wikipedia - Self-licking ice cream cone -- Self-perpetuating system with no other purpose
Wikipedia - Self-organizing system
Wikipedia - Self-replicating system
Wikipedia - Self-replication -- any behavior of a dynamical system that yields construction of an identical or similar copy of itself
Wikipedia - Self-stabilizing system
Wikipedia - Semantic file system
Wikipedia - Semaphore (programming) -- Variable used in a concurrent system
Wikipedia - Seminaries of Saint Paul -- Roman Catholic seminary system in Minneapolis, U.S.
Wikipedia - Seminole County Public Library System -- Public library system in Florida, United States
Wikipedia - Semiotic Society of America -- Study of signs and sign-systems
Wikipedia - Semi-parliamentary system
Wikipedia - Semi-presidential system
Wikipedia - Semi-Thue system
Wikipedia - Senary -- positional number system with base 6
Wikipedia - Senate House Libraries -- Former library system of the University of London
Wikipedia - Sender Policy Framework -- Simple email-validation system designed to detect email spoofing
Wikipedia - Senior Whip of the Labour Party -- Party leadership position in the New Zealand Parliamentary system
Wikipedia - Senior Whip of the National Party -- Party leadership position in the New Zealand Parliamentary system
Wikipedia - Sensitivity analysis -- Study of uncertainty in the output of a mathematical model or system
Wikipedia - Sensorama -- Early virtual reality system
Wikipedia - Sensory nerve -- A nerve that carries sensory information toward the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Sensory nervous system -- Part of the nervous system responsible for processing sensory information
Wikipedia - Sensory system
Wikipedia - Sentient (intelligence analysis system) -- Intelligence analysis system under development by the U.S government
Wikipedia - Sentry (monitoring system) -- JPL program to monitor asteroid catalogs for potentially hazardous objects
Wikipedia - Seoul Broadcasting System -- South Korean television and radio network
Wikipedia - Seoul Metropolitan Subway -- A rail system in the Seoul National Capital Area of South Korea, including rapid transit, commuter rail, light metro and automated people mover (APM) components
Wikipedia - September equinox -- Astronomical event of the Solar System
Wikipedia - Sequent Computer Systems
Wikipedia - Sequoia Voting Systems
Wikipedia - Server operating system
Wikipedia - Service module -- Spacecraft compartment containing a variety of support systems used for crewed spacecraft operations
Wikipedia - Service (systems architecture)
Wikipedia - Servicios Postales Nacionales -- Colombian postal-system operator
Wikipedia - Session Manager Subsystem
Wikipedia - Setpoint (control system)
Wikipedia - Seventh-day Adventist education -- Christian school system
Wikipedia - Severn Lamb -- Manufacturer of various forms of transport systems and equipment
Wikipedia - Seville Metro -- Rapid transit system in Seville, Spain
Wikipedia - Sevom Khordad -- Iranian aerial defense system
Wikipedia - Sewage system
Wikipedia - Sexagesimal number system
Wikipedia - Sexagesimal -- A numeral system
Wikipedia - Sex-determination system -- A biological system that determines HOW TO DETERMINE THE sexual characteristics in an organism
Wikipedia - Sex drive-in -- Building-less brothel system
Wikipedia - Shackle code -- Cryptographic system for numbers
Wikipedia - Shadow banking system -- Non-bank financial intermediaries providiving services similar to banks outside banking
Wikipedia - Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer -- In the British Parliamentary system, the member of the Shadow Cabinet who is responsible for shadowing the Chancellor of the Exchequer
Wikipedia - Shanghai Metro -- Metro system of Shanghai
Wikipedia - Shared disk file system
Wikipedia - SHARE Operating System
Wikipedia - Sharing economy -- Economic and social systems that enable shared access to goods, services, data and talent
Wikipedia - Sharon J. Hall -- American ecosystem ecologist
Wikipedia - SharpOS (operating system)
Wikipedia - Sheffield Supertram -- Light rail system in South Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Shell script -- Script written for the shell, or command line interpreter, of an operating system
Wikipedia - Shielder minelaying system -- British anti-tank barrier delivery system
Wikipedia - Shi-gakkM-EM-^M -- Private military academy system in Kagoshima founded by SaigM-EM-^M Takamori
Wikipedia - Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed rail system
Wikipedia - Ship Self-Defense System
Wikipedia - SHODAN -- Fictional artificial intelligence and main antagonist of the System Shock video games
Wikipedia - Short baseline acoustic positioning system -- A class of underwater acoustic positioning systems used to track underwater vehicles and divers
Wikipedia - SHR (operating system) -- Linux distribution for smartphones
Wikipedia - Shuri-ryM-EM-+ -- An eclectic martial arts system developed by Robert Trias
Wikipedia - Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System -- Complex irrigation system from the Sassanid era, island city Shushtar, Iran
Wikipedia - Shuzenji Onsen -- Thermal spring system in Japan
Wikipedia - SI base unit -- One of the seven units of measurement that define the Metric System
Wikipedia - Sibley County ICTV System -- 1980s interactive television education system
Wikipedia - Siconos -- Open source scientific software for modeling non-smooth dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Sid blood group system -- Human blood group system
Wikipedia - Siddha medicine -- System of traditional medicine originating in South India
Wikipedia - Side-by-side assembly -- Standard for executable files in Windows operating systems that attempts to alleviate problems caused by the use of dynamic-link libraries
Wikipedia - Side-channel attack -- Any attack based on information gained from the implementation of a computer system
Wikipedia - Sidetone -- audible feedback to the speaker using a telecommunications system
Wikipedia - Siebel Systems
Wikipedia - Siemens-Duewag Supertram -- type of tram operating on Sheffield Supertram system
Wikipedia - Sierra de Albarracin -- Mountain range in the southwestern end of the Iberian System
Wikipedia - Sieve C++ Parallel Programming System
Wikipedia - Siglas poveiras -- Proto-writing system
Wikipedia - Sigma coordinate system -- A coordinate system used in computational models for oceanography, meteorology and other fields where fluid dynamics are relevant
Wikipedia - SigmaTel -- 1993-2008 American system-on-a-chip company
Wikipedia - Signaling System 7
Wikipedia - Signal (IPC) -- Form of inter-process communication in computer systems
Wikipedia - Signalling System No. 7 -- ITU-T recommendation
Wikipedia - Sign Systems Studies
Wikipedia - Sign systems
Wikipedia - Sign system -- Key concept in semiotics used to refer to any system of signs and relations between signs
Wikipedia - SIG Sauer System -- Type of action found in self-loading handguns
Wikipedia - Silicon photonics -- photonic systems which use silicon as an optical medium
Wikipedia - Sillees River -- River in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, part of the Erne system
Wikipedia - Silt density index -- Measure for the fouling capacity of water in reverse osmosis system
Wikipedia - Silvaco Data Systems v. Intel Corp.
Wikipedia - Simple Knowledge Organization System
Wikipedia - Simplified molecular-input line-entry system
Wikipedia - Simplified sewerage -- A sewer system that collects all household wastewater in small-diameter pipes laid at fairly flat gradients
Wikipedia - Simply typed lambda calculus -- Formal system in mathematical logic
Wikipedia - Single address space operating system
Wikipedia - Single-payer healthcare -- System of health care
Wikipedia - Single point of failure -- A part of a system that, if it fails, will stop the entire system from working
Wikipedia - Single transferable vote -- Proportional representation voting system
Wikipedia - Single UNIX Specification -- standards for computer operating systems that qualify for using the "UNIX" trademark
Wikipedia - Singularity (operating system) -- experimental operating system from Microsoft Research
Wikipedia - Sistema Anglo de Ensino -- Brazilian educational system company
Wikipedia - Sistema de Radiodifusoras Culturales Indigenas -- System of indigenous radio stations in Mexico
Wikipedia - Sistema Dos Ojos -- Flooded cave system at the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Wikipedia - Sistema IbM-CM-)rico -- Major system of mountain ranges in Spain
Wikipedia - Sistema Nohoch Nah Chich -- Flooded cave system in Mexico
Wikipedia - Sistema Ox Bel Ha -- Flooded cave system in Quintana Roo, Mexico
Wikipedia - Sistema Sac Actun -- Flooded cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Wikipedia - SI system
Wikipedia - SITRAS -- Mass transit system in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Six Codes -- Six bodies of law in the legal systems of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan: Constitution, Civil Code, Civil Procedure, Criminal Code, Criminal Procedure, and Commercial Code
Wikipedia - Sixth Party System -- Sixth phase in development of electoral politics in the United States, 1980s?-present
Wikipedia - SixthSense -- gesture-based wearable computer system
Wikipedia - Skagit Regional Health -- Regional health care system in Washington, U.S.
Wikipedia - Skypath -- System used by the NBC television network to distribute programming to affiliates
Wikipedia - Skystone Systems -- Canadian semiconductor company
Wikipedia - SkyTrain (Vancouver) -- Automated rapid transit system in Metro Vancouver, Canada
Wikipedia - Slackware -- Linux distribution (operating system)
Wikipedia - Slash (weblog system)
Wikipedia - Slater determinant -- Function that can be used to build the wave function of a multi-fermionic system
Wikipedia - Sleep (system call)
Wikipedia - Slimicide -- Pesticide typically used in papermaking and recirculating water systems to kill slime-producing microorganisms such as algae, bacteria, fungi, and slime molds
Wikipedia - Small Solar System body
Wikipedia - SmartDrive Systems
Wikipedia - Smart File System
Wikipedia - SMART Information Retrieval System
Wikipedia - SmartOS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - S.M.A.R.T. -- Monitoring system in computer drives
Wikipedia - SM-CM-)rM-CM-) de Rivieres system -- Fortifications in France
Wikipedia - Smithsonian Libraries -- system of libraries at the Smithsonian Institution, United States
Wikipedia - Snap (package manager) -- Software deployment system for Linux by Canonical
Wikipedia - Sneaky Sound System -- Australian dance group
Wikipedia - SNOMED CT -- Systematically organized computer processable collection of medical terms providing codes, terms, synonyms and definitions used in clinical documentation and reporting
Wikipedia - Snowmelt system -- System to prevent the build-up of snow and ice
Wikipedia - SOA record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System
Wikipedia - Social Credit System
Wikipedia - Socialism -- Political ideology and socio-economic system advocating social ownership of production
Wikipedia - Socialized medicine -- Government-run health care system
Wikipedia - Social order -- Set or system of linked social structures, institutions, relations, customs, values and practices
Wikipedia - Social research -- Research conducted by social scientists following a systematic plan
Wikipedia - Social Security (United States) -- American system of social security
Wikipedia - Social systems
Wikipedia - Social system
Wikipedia - Society for General Systems Research
Wikipedia - Sociocracy -- System of governance using consent-based decision making among equivalent individuals and organizing based on cybernetic principles
Wikipedia - Socio-ecological system
Wikipedia - Sociotechnical systems theory
Wikipedia - Sociotechnical system
Wikipedia - Sofia Metro -- Rapid transit system of Sofia, Bulgaria
Wikipedia - Softlanding Linux System -- Linux distribution
Wikipedia - Soft systems methodology
Wikipedia - Software and Systems Modeling
Wikipedia - Software appliance -- Software application combined with just enough operating system to run optimally on industry-standard hardware
Wikipedia - Software architecture -- High level structures of a software system
Wikipedia - Software bug -- Error, flaw, failure, or fault in a computer program or system
Wikipedia - Software-defined radio -- radio communication system implemented in software
Wikipedia - Software deployment -- activities that make a software system available for use
Wikipedia - Software performance testing -- Procedure to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a particular workload
Wikipedia - Software requirements specification -- Description of a software system to be developed
Wikipedia - Software System Award
Wikipedia - Software system safety
Wikipedia - Software > Systems Modeling
Wikipedia - Software systems
Wikipedia - Software system
Wikipedia - SOKS -- Soviet nonacoustic submarine detection system
Wikipedia - Solar air conditioning -- Cooling system that uses solar power
Wikipedia - Solar combisystem
Wikipedia - Solar Energy Generating Systems
Wikipedia - Solaris operating system
Wikipedia - Solaris (operating system) -- Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems
Wikipedia - Solar panels on spacecraft -- Photovoltaic solar panels on spacecraft operating in the inner solar system
Wikipedia - Solar System Ambassadors -- Public outreach program of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Wikipedia - Solar System model -- Illustrates relative position of Sun and planets
Wikipedia - Solar system
Wikipedia - solar system
Wikipedia - Solar System -- The planets and their moons that orbit around the Sun
Wikipedia - Soldier Meadows hot spring system -- Hot spring system
Wikipedia - Solid Fuel Ducted Ramjet -- Indian missile propulsion system
Wikipedia - Solid lipid nanoparticle -- Novel drug delivery system
Wikipedia - Solus (operating system)
Wikipedia - Solution stack -- Set of software subsystems or components needed to create a complete platform
Wikipedia - Somatic nervous system -- Part of the peripheral nervous system
Wikipedia - Somatosensory system -- Widely distributed parts of the sensory nervous system
Wikipedia - SonicEnergy -- U.S. company developing a wireless charging system
Wikipedia - SONiC (operating system) -- Microsoft open source network operating system
Wikipedia - Sony Dynamic Digital Sound -- Cinema sound system
Wikipedia - S-OS -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Sound 360 -- Motion picture sound system
Wikipedia - Sound change -- Process of language change affecting pronunciation or sound system structure
Wikipedia - Sounder commuter rail -- Commuter train system in the Seattle, Washington, metropolitan area
Wikipedia - Sound reinforcement system
Wikipedia - Sound system (Jamaican) -- Group of disc jockeys/mobile disco, in Jamaica
Wikipedia - Sound Transit Express -- Express bus system in Seattle, Washington
Wikipedia - Source Code Control System
Wikipedia - Southampton BASIC System
Wikipedia - South Asian numbering system
Wikipedia - South Bend Transpo -- Municipal bus system serving South Bend, Indiana
Wikipedia - South Carolina State Highway System -- Highway system of South Carolina in the United States
Wikipedia - South central library system
Wikipedia - South Dakota Public Universities and Research Center -- Cooperative higher education system in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Wikipedia - Southeast Asian coral reefs -- Marine ecosystem
Wikipedia - Southern California freeways -- Freeway system
Wikipedia - Southern Illinois University -- State university system based in Carbondale, Illinois, United States
Wikipedia - Southern Positioning Augmentation Network -- Planned satellite based augmentation system
Wikipedia - Southern Railway multiple unit numbering and classification -- Classification and number system by Southern Railway of British Rail
Wikipedia - South Pacific Gyre -- A major circulating system of ocean currents
Wikipedia - Southwest Georgia Regional Library -- Public library system in Georgia, USA
Wikipedia - Soyuz abort modes -- Soyuz spacecraft emergency crew rescue systems
Wikipedia - Space and Missile Systems Center -- U.S. Space Force research and development center
Wikipedia - Space-based radar -- Use of radar systems mounted on satellites
Wikipedia - Spacecraft Systems and Controls Lab
Wikipedia - Spacecraft Tracking and Data Acquisition Network -- 1960s American spacecraft communications system
Wikipedia - Space elevator -- Proposed type of space transportation system
Wikipedia - Space Fence -- Surveillance system
Wikipedia - Space Launch System -- US Space Shuttle-derived super heavy-lift expendable launch vehicle
Wikipedia - Space Shuttle Orbital Maneuvering System -- Hypergolic orbital maneuvering engines used on NASA's Space Shuttle
Wikipedia - Space Shuttle orbiter -- Reusable spacecraft component of the Space Shuttle system
Wikipedia - Space Shuttle retirement -- End of NASA's Space Shuttle spacecraft system in 2011
Wikipedia - Space Shuttle thermal protection system -- Space Shuttle heat shielding system
Wikipedia - Space Shuttle -- Partially reusable launch system and spacecraft
Wikipedia - Space simulator -- System used to replicate or simulate the outer space
Wikipedia - Space Systems Command -- U.S. Space Force systems command
Wikipedia - Space Systems Laboratory (Maryland)
Wikipedia - Space Systems Laboratory -- Neutral buoyacy facility at the University of Maryland
Wikipedia - Space Tracking and Surveillance System
Wikipedia - Space tribology -- Tribological systems for spacecraft applications
Wikipedia - SpaceX reusable launch system development program -- All about SpaceX's reusable launch system development program
Wikipedia - Spaghetti plot -- A method of viewing data to visualize possible flows through systems
Wikipedia - Spam and Open Relay Blocking System
Wikipedia - Spam Prevention Early Warning System
Wikipedia - Spanish Broadcasting System -- American media company
Wikipedia - Spanish Inquisition -- system of tribunals enforcing Catholic orthodoxy
Wikipedia - Spanish orthography -- The system for writing in Spanish
Wikipedia - Spanish treasure fleet -- Convoy system used by the Spanish Empire from 1566 to 1790
Wikipedia - Sparksee (graph database) -- Graph database system
Wikipedia - Spatial decision support system -- Computerised aid to land use decisions
Wikipedia - Special Real Time Operating System
Wikipedia - Special routes of U.S. Route 1 -- American highway system
Wikipedia - Special routes of U.S. Route 30 -- Highway system
Wikipedia - Special routes of U.S. Route 54 -- U.S. highway system
Wikipedia - SPECIAL System
Wikipedia - Species 2000 -- Federated taxonomic database system for species checklists
Wikipedia - Spectrum Health Lakeland -- Nonprofit community-owned health system in southwest Michigan
Wikipedia - Speedup -- Process for increasing the performance between two systems solving the same problem
Wikipedia - Speedwire -- Prototyping system
Wikipedia - Speedwriting -- Any of three versions of shorthand system
Wikipedia - Speenhamland system
Wikipedia - Speleology -- Science of cave and karst systems
Wikipedia - Spherical coordinate system
Wikipedia - Spidercam -- Camera movement system
Wikipedia - Spinal cord -- Long, tubular central nervous system structure in the vertebral column
Wikipedia - SPINE (software) -- Open source content management system
Wikipedia - SPIN (operating system)
Wikipedia - Spirit AeroSystems -- American industrial company
Wikipedia - Spiritual distress -- Disturbance in one's belief system
Wikipedia - Splice (system call)
Wikipedia - Spoils system
Wikipedia - Spoken dialog systems
Wikipedia - Spoken dialogue system
Wikipedia - Spome -- Hypothetical matter-closed, energy-open life support system
Wikipedia - Springfield-Greene County Library -- Library system in Missouri, United States
Wikipedia - Spring (operating system)
Wikipedia - Spring Valley Caverns -- Cave system in Minnesota
Wikipedia - Sprite operating system
Wikipedia - Spydercam -- Cable-suspended camera system used for filming
Wikipedia - SQLite -- Serverless relational database management system (RDBMS)
Wikipedia - SQL Server Express -- Relational database management system
Wikipedia - Squid giant axon -- The very large nerve fiber that controls part of the water jet propulsion system in squid
Wikipedia - Sri Lanka Interbank Payment System -- Interbank payment system in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - SRV record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System
Wikipedia - Stability of the Solar System -- Long term dynamical interactions that disrupt the Solar System
Wikipedia - Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act -- US law designed to bring an orderly and systematic means of federal disaster assistance
Wikipedia - Stand-alone power system
Wikipedia - Standard Alphabet by Lepsius -- Transcription system developed by Lepsius for Egyptian hieroglyphs and other African languages
Wikipedia - Standard-definition television -- Original analog television systems
Wikipedia - Standard RPG System
Wikipedia - Stanislavski's system -- System to train actors
Wikipedia - Stansted Airport Transit System -- Automated people mover at London Stansted Airport
Wikipedia - Stars and planetary systems in fiction -- list article
Wikipedia - Star system -- small number of stars that orbit each other
Wikipedia - STAR System World Kickboxing Ratings -- The premier rating service for international kickboxing
Wikipedia - Star UAV System Star Shadow -- Stealth unmanned combat aerial vehicle
Wikipedia - State (computer science) -- Remembered information in a computer system
Wikipedia - Stateful firewall -- Connection tracking network security system
Wikipedia - State highways in California -- Highway system
Wikipedia - State highways in Oregon -- Highway system of Oregon in the United States
Wikipedia - State Plane Coordinate System -- Set of geographic coordinate systems for regions of the United States
Wikipedia - State (polity) -- Organised community living under a system of government
Wikipedia - State Scenic Highway System (California) -- Highway system of California, US
Wikipedia - State transition system
Wikipedia - State University of New York -- System of public universities in the US state of New York
Wikipedia - State university system in the United States -- Group of public universities supported by an individual state in the United States
Wikipedia - Statics -- Branch of mechanics concerned with balance of forces in nonmoving systems
Wikipedia - Static type system
Wikipedia - Station numbering -- Sign system used by some railway companies in Japan
Wikipedia - Stat (system call)
Wikipedia - Status in Roman legal system
Wikipedia - Steering-wheel lock -- Automotive theft-deterrent system
Wikipedia - Steganographic file system
Wikipedia - St. Elizabeth Healthcare (Kentucky) -- American hospital system
Wikipedia - Stereo Quadraphonic -- Matrix 4-channel quadraphonic sound system
Wikipedia - Sterndrive -- Marine propulsion system for inboard motor using a steerable outboard drive leg
Wikipedia - St John Freight Systems -- India logistics company
Wikipedia - St. Margaret's Bay Hydroelectric System -- Hydroelectric Generating System in Nova Scotia, Canada
Wikipedia - STOBAR -- Aircraft carrier launch and recovery system
Wikipedia - Stochastic thermodynamics -- Using stochastic variables to better understand the non-equilibrium dynamics present in microscopic systems
Wikipedia - Stoic logic -- System of propositional logic developed by the Stoic philosophers
Wikipedia - Stored Energy at Sea -- Submerged offshore pump storage system
Wikipedia - Storm surge -- Rise of water surface associated with a low-pressure weather system
Wikipedia - StorNext File System
Wikipedia - Storytelling System
Wikipedia - Strange loop -- Cyclic structure that goes through several levels in a hierarchical system.
Wikipedia - Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy -- Infrared telescope system mounted on a converted Boeing 747
Wikipedia - StreamBase Systems
Wikipedia - Streetcars in Santa Barbara, California -- A system of street railways in California
Wikipedia - String rewriting system
Wikipedia - Stroke play -- Scoring system in golf
Wikipedia - Structural differential -- Chart or model use to illustrate the nervous system
Wikipedia - Structural functionalism -- In sociology, sees society as a complex system whose parts work together to promote solidarity and stability
Wikipedia - Structuralism -- Theory that elements of human culture must be understood in terms of their relationship to a larger, overarching system or structure
Wikipedia - Structural type system
Wikipedia - Structured Systems Analysis and Design Method
Wikipedia - Structured systems analysis and design method
Wikipedia - Structure -- Arrangement and organization of interrelated elements in an object or system, or the object or system so organized
Wikipedia - Studio system -- Method of film production
Wikipedia - Study of the Astrophysics of Globular clusters in Extragalactic Systems
Wikipedia - Stump Cross Caverns -- Cave system in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Subcutaneous tissue -- Lowermost layer of the integumentary system in vertebrates
Wikipedia - Submarine Escape and Rescue system (Royal Swedish Navy)
Wikipedia - Submarine Rescue Diving Recompression System -- Remotely operated vehicle for rescue of personnel from sunken submarines
Wikipedia - Subsea production system -- Wells located on the seabed
Wikipedia - Substitution cipher -- Cipher which uses a fixed system to replace plaintext with ciphertext
Wikipedia - Substructural type system
Wikipedia - Subsystems
Wikipedia - Sub-system
Wikipedia - Sudo -- Command on Unix systems to temporarily assume root privileges
Wikipedia - Sun Constellation System
Wikipedia - Sun Java System Directory Server
Wikipedia - Sun Java System
Wikipedia - Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Wikipedia - Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Wikipedia - Sun Microsystems -- Defunct American computer hardware and software company
Wikipedia - SunOS -- Operating system from Sun Microsystems
Wikipedia - Sun StorageTek 5800 System
Wikipedia - Sun Visualization System
Wikipedia - Super 8 (video game accessory) -- Unlicensed video game peripheral for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Wikipedia - Supercomputer operating systems
Wikipedia - Supercomputer operating system
Wikipedia - Superdeterminism -- Hypothetical class of theories that evade Bell's theorem by postulating correlations between measured system and choice of measurement
Wikipedia - Super Game Boy -- Accessory for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Wikipedia - Supermax prison -- Most secure levels of custody in the prison systems of certain countries
Wikipedia - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Model SNS-101)
Wikipedia - Super Nintendo Entertainment System technical specifications
Wikipedia - Super Nintendo Entertainment System -- Home video game console developed by Nintendo
Wikipedia - Superposed order -- Architectural system where successive storeys of a building have different orders
Wikipedia - Superposition principle -- Fundamental physics principle stating that physical solutions of linear systems are linear
Wikipedia - Super-resolution imaging -- Any technique to improve resolution of an imaging system beyond conventional limits
Wikipedia - Super SmartJoy -- Super Nintendo Entertainment System accessory
Wikipedia - Supervisor Call instruction -- Hardware instruction in the System/360 family of IBM mainframe
Wikipedia - Supervisory attentional system
Wikipedia - Supply chain -- System for moving a product or service from where it is produced to where it is consumed
Wikipedia - Suranga -- Traditional water management system in Kerala and Karnataka, south India
Wikipedia - Surveillance capitalism -- Economic system in which data from one's time online is collected and sold by corporations
Wikipedia - SUSE Linux -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Susquehannock Trail System -- Long-distance hiking trail in the United States
Wikipedia - Sustainability and systemic change resistance
Wikipedia - Sustainable food system
Wikipedia - Sustainable sanitation -- Sanitation system designed to meet certain criteria and to work well over the long-term
Wikipedia - Sustainable urban drainage systems
Wikipedia - Suzhou Rail Transit -- Rail transit system in Suzhou, China
Wikipedia - Svalbard Undersea Cable System -- Submarine communications cable
Wikipedia - Swansea and Mumbles Railway -- The world's first passenger railway system
Wikipedia - Swarm intelligence -- Collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems
Wikipedia - Sweating system
Wikipedia - Swedish library classification system
Wikipedia - Swedish Medical Center -- Health system in the Seattle area
Wikipedia - Swell (ocean) -- A series of waves generated by distant weather systems
Wikipedia - Swiss Interbank Clearing -- Payment clearing system
Wikipedia - Swiss system tournament
Wikipedia - Swiss Travel System -- Swiss Federal Railways tickets for foreigners
Wikipedia - Switching frequency -- Functional parameter of electronic systems
Wikipedia - Syllable Desktop -- Operating system
Wikipedia - Syllable (operating system)
Wikipedia - Symbian -- Discontinued mobile operating system
Wikipedia - Symbolic simulation -- Form of simulation where many possible executions of a system are considered simultaneously
Wikipedia - Symbolic system
Wikipedia - Symmetric multiprocessor system
Wikipedia - Sympathetic nervous system -- Term in biology
Wikipedia - Symposium on Operating Systems Principles
Wikipedia - Symposium on Principles of Database Systems
Wikipedia - Synaptogenesis -- Formation of neuronal junctions in the nervous system
Wikipedia - SynCardia Systems -- Artificial heart manufacturer
Wikipedia - Synchronization network -- Network of coupled dynamical systems
Wikipedia - Syndicalism -- Proposed type of economic system
Wikipedia - Synergy International Systems -- American information technology company
Wikipedia - Synthetic file system
Wikipedia - Synthetic vision system
Wikipedia - Syriac alphabet -- Writing system
Wikipedia - Syslog -- Network event logging system and protocol
Wikipedia - Sysop -- Short-hand for user with administrative permissions on a multi-user system
Wikipedia - System 1
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Wikipedia - System/360
Wikipedia - System/370
Wikipedia - System/38
Wikipedia - System/390
Wikipedia - System 3 (company) -- British video game developer and publisher
Wikipedia - System/3
Wikipedia - System/4 Pi
Wikipedia - System 6
Wikipedia - System76 -- Computer manufacturer using free software
Wikipedia - System 7 -- Apple Macintosh operating system released between 1991-1997
Wikipedia - System 80 -- American nuclear reactor design
Wikipedia - System accident
Wikipedia - System administration
Wikipedia - System administrator -- Person who maintains and operates a computer system or computer network
Wikipedia - Systema Naturae -- Major work by Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus
Wikipedia - System architecture
Wikipedia - System area network -- Connection-oriented networks
Wikipedia - Systematic bias
Wikipedia - Systematic biology
Wikipedia - Systematic desensitization
Wikipedia - Systematic element name -- Temporary name assigned to predicted chemical elements
Wikipedia - Systematic errors
Wikipedia - Systematic error
Wikipedia - Systematic ideology
Wikipedia - Systematic musicology
Wikipedia - Systematic name
Wikipedia - Systematic philosophy
Wikipedia - Systematic review -- Comprehensive review of research literature using systematic methods
Wikipedia - Systematic risk -- Vulnerability to significant events that affect aggregate outcomes
Wikipedia - Systematic sampling
Wikipedia - Systematics -- The study of the diversification and relationships among living things through time
Wikipedia - Systematic theology -- Orderly, rational, and coherent account of the doctrines of the Christian faith
Wikipedia - Systematization (Romania)
Wikipedia - Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine -- Systematic, computer-processable collection of medical terms, in human and veterinary medicine
Wikipedia - Systema Vegetabilium
Wikipedia - Systema
Wikipedia - System-building metaphysics
Wikipedia - System bus -- A single computer bus that connects the major components of a computer system
Wikipedia - System call -- Mechanism used by an application program to request service from the kernel of the operating system
Wikipedia - System Center Advisor -- Software as a service offering from Microsoft Corporation
Wikipedia - System Center Configuration Manager
Wikipedia - System Center Data Protection Manager
Wikipedia - System Center Operations Manager -- Data center monitoring system for operating systems
Wikipedia - System Center Orchestrator -- System Center Orchestrator is an automation software tool by Microsoft.
Wikipedia - System Center Service Manager -- Incident and Ticketing Software by Microsoft
Wikipedia - System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Wikipedia - System Commander -- Hard Disk software, including a partition manager
Wikipedia - System console
Wikipedia - System Controller Hub
Wikipedia - System Crasher -- 2019 film
Wikipedia - SystemC
Wikipedia - System deployment -- Deployment of a mechanical device, electrical system, computer program from packaged to operational states
Wikipedia - System design
Wikipedia - System Development Corporation
Wikipedia - System development life cycle
Wikipedia - System development methodology
Wikipedia - Systemd
Wikipedia - System D -- Shorthand term
Wikipedia - System Dynamics
Wikipedia - System dynamics
Wikipedia - System engineering
Wikipedia - System equivalence
Wikipedia - System File Checker
Wikipedia - System file
Wikipedia - System folder
Wikipedia - System for Cross-domain Identity Management -- Application Programming Interface for user provisioning
Wikipedia - System F-sub -- Typed lambda calculus
Wikipedia - System F -- Typed lambda calculus
Wikipedia - System Generation (OS)
Wikipedia - System generation
Wikipedia - Systemically important financial institution -- Bank deemed very important in the financial system
Wikipedia - Systemic bias -- Inherent tendency of a process to support particular outcomes
Wikipedia - Systemic circulation
Wikipedia - Systemic circulation -- Systemic circulation
Wikipedia - Systemic coaching
Wikipedia - Systemic design
Wikipedia - Systemic disease -- Condition which affects multiple organs or the whole body
Wikipedia - Systemic functional grammar
Wikipedia - Systemic functional linguistics
Wikipedia - Systemic lupus erythematosus
Wikipedia - Systemic psychology
Wikipedia - Systemic risk -- Risk of collapse of an entire financial system or entire market
Wikipedia - Systemic sclerosis
Wikipedia - Systemics
Wikipedia - Systemic therapy (psychotherapy)
Wikipedia - Systemic Therapy
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Wikipedia - System identification
Wikipedia - System Idle Process
Wikipedia - System image
Wikipedia - System Information (Mac OS)
Wikipedia - System Information (Mac)
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Wikipedia - Systeminfo
Wikipedia - System in package
Wikipedia - System integration -- Bringing together component sub-systems into one system
Wikipedia - System Integrity Protection
Wikipedia - Systemizing quotient
Wikipedia - System justification
Wikipedia - System library
Wikipedia - System lifecycle
Wikipedia - System (magazine) -- Biannual fashion magazine
Wikipedia - System Management Bus
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Wikipedia - System monitoring
Wikipedia - System monitor -- System used to monitor resources and performance in a computer system
Wikipedia - System of differential equations -- Group of differential equations
Wikipedia - System of linear equations -- Collection of linear equations involving the same set of variables
Wikipedia - System of Logic
Wikipedia - System of logic
Wikipedia - System of measurement
Wikipedia - System of Nature
Wikipedia - System of polynomial equations -- Root-finding algorithms for common roots of several multivariate polynomials
Wikipedia - System of Rice Intensification -- Farming methodology
Wikipedia - System of systems
Wikipedia - System of Transcendental Idealism
Wikipedia - Systemography
Wikipedia - System on a chip
Wikipedia - System on module -- A board-level circuit that integrates a system function in a single module
Wikipedia - System on TPTP
Wikipedia - System platform
Wikipedia - System Policy Editor
Wikipedia - System Preferences
Wikipedia - System profiler
Wikipedia - System programming language
Wikipedia - System programming
Wikipedia - System Reference Document
Wikipedia - System requirements
Wikipedia - SystemRescueCD
Wikipedia - SystemRescue
Wikipedia - System resources
Wikipedia - System resource
Wikipedia - System Restore -- System recovery feature in Microsoft Windows
Wikipedia - Systems administrator
Wikipedia - Systems analysis -- Problem-solving technique that breaks down a system into its component pieces
Wikipedia - Systems Analyst
Wikipedia - Systems analyst
Wikipedia - Systems architecture
Wikipedia - Systems architect
Wikipedia - Systems art
Wikipedia - Systems Biology Ontology
Wikipedia - Systems Biology
Wikipedia - Systems biology -- Computational and mathematical modeling of complex biological systems
Wikipedia - Systems chemistry -- Study of networks of interacting molecules and their emergent properties
Wikipedia - Systems control
Wikipedia - Systems Design Engineering
Wikipedia - Systems design
Wikipedia - Systems Development Life Cycle
Wikipedia - Systems development life cycle
Wikipedia - Systems ecology -- A holistic approach to the study of ecological systems
Wikipedia - Systems Engineering
Wikipedia - Systems engineering -- Interdisciplinary field of engineering and engineering management that focuses on how to design and manage complex systems over their life cycles
Wikipedia - Systems engineer
Wikipedia - System Sensor
Wikipedia - System Shock 2 -- 1999 action role-playing survival horror video game
Wikipedia - System Shock -- 1994 video game
Wikipedia - Systems immunology
Wikipedia - Systems integrator -- Person or organization which performs systems integration
Wikipedia - Systems management
Wikipedia - Systems Modeling Language
Wikipedia - Systems modeling
Wikipedia - Systems modelling
Wikipedia - Systems music
Wikipedia - Systems Network Architecture
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Wikipedia - Systems of equations
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