Mathematics and Programming
- Chomsky hierarchy, in computer science, a containment hierarchy of classes of formal grammars
- Continuum hypothesis, in set theory
- Hyperbolic cosine, in mathematics, a hyperbolic function, ch(x) = cosh(x)
- Curry–Howard correspondence, the relationship between computer programs and mathematical proofs
- CH register, the high byte of an X86 16-bit CX register
- Ch, a cross-platform C/C++ interpreter
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