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An array is a systematic arrangement of objects, usually in rows and columns. Specifically, it may refer to:
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In computer science
Generally, a collection of data items that can be selected by indices computed at runtime, including:
 Array data structure, an arrangement of items at equally spaced addresses in computer memory
 Array data type, used in a programming language to specify a variable that can be indexed
 Associative array, an abstract data structure model that generalizes arrays to arbitrary indices
or various kinds of the above, such as
or various related concepts:
or also:
 Video Graphics Array (VGA), a display adapter and video format, and many variants thereof (EVGA, FWVGA, QVGA, QXGA, SVGA, SXGA, SXGA+, TXGA, UVGA, XGA, XGA+, ...)
In mathematics and statistics
In technology
Various arrangements of multiple individual components to create a single system, such as:
 An antenna array, such as a phased array, a tower array, etc.
 A speaker array, used to produce directional Sound
 Asynchronous array of simple processors
 Ball grid array, pin grid array, and land grid array, ways to connect integrated circuits
 Cache Array Routing Protocol (CARP)
 Color filter array, placed over an imaging array
 Disk array, such as the RAID
 Field emitter array, an electron source
 Gate array, including a fieldprogrammable gate array (FPGA)
 Halbach array, an arrangement of magnets
 Linear diode array used in image scanners
 Microphone array, such as a line array
 Microelectronic array for biological monitoring
 Parametric array of transducers
 Phasedarray optics
 Photovoltaic array
 Processor array (not to be confused with an array processor)
 Programmable Array Logic (PAL), a systematic way to implement boolean functions.
 Reconfigurable datapath array, a flexible data processing architecture
 Staring array, an imaging sensor
 Systolic array, a hardware architecture
 Towed array sonar
 WiFi array, a wireless networking device
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