Articulation may refer to:

In linguistics:

  • Topic–focus articulation, a field of study concerned with marking old and new information in a clause
  • Manner of articulation, how speech organs involved in making a sound make contact
    • Place of articulation
  • The elaboration of articulate, sharp, clear speech or literary composition

In engineering:

  • Articulated vehicles, which have a pivoted joint allowing them to turn more sharply
  • Articulation score, in telecommunications, a subjective measure of the intelligibility of a voice system
  • Axle articulation, a vehicle's ability to flex its suspension, measured by ramp travel index

Other uses:

  • Articulation (music), the transition or continuity between multiple notes or sounds
  • Articulation (education), the process of comparing the content of courses that are transferred between postsecondary institutions
  • Articulation (sociology), the process by which particular classes appropriate cultural forms and practices for their own use
  • Articulation (anatomy), the location at which two or more bones make contact
  • Articulation (architecture)
  • Articulation (botany), a joint between two separable parts, as a leaf and a stem.
  • Articulation point, in graph theory

Other articles related to "articulation":

Cricothyroid Articulation
... The cricothyroid articulation (or joint) is a joint connecting the cricoid cartilage and the thyroid cartilage ... allowed for by the cricothyroid articulation ...
Speech Science - Speech Production - Articulation
... In a third process of speech production, articulation, mobile and immobile structures of the face (articulators) adjust the shape of the mouth ...
Substantial Form - Articulation - Early Adoption
... Medieval theologians, newly exposed to Aristotle's philosophy, applied hylomorphism to Christianity, such as to the transubstantiation of the Eucharist's bread and wine to the body and blood of Jesus ... Theologians such as Duns Scotus developed Christian applications of hylomorphism ...
Speech Sound Disorder - Classification - Articulation Disorders
... Articulation disorders (also called phonetic disorders, or simply "artic disorders" for short) are based on difficulty learning to physically produce the intended phonemes ... Articulation disorders have to do with the main articulators which are the lips, teeth, alveolar ridge, hard palate, velum, glottis, and the tongue ... If the disorder has anything to do with any of these articulators, then it's an articulation disorder ...