Analogue

Analog or analogue may refer to:

  • Analogue (literature), a literary work that shares motifs, characters or events with another, but is not directly derived from it
  • Analog, a thing from which an analogy is drawn

In technology:

  • Analog signal, a signal that contains information using non-quantized variations in frequency and amplitude:
  • Analog clock, a clock that represents (displays) time without changing numerals or symbols
  • Analog (program), a computer program that analyzes log files from web servers

In science:

In entertainment:

In other uses:

  • Cheese analogue, any of several types of non-dairy cheese imitations or substitutes
  • Meat analogue, any of several types of non-meat meat imitations or substitutes

See also

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