Electronics and Computer Science
- open (process), Nextstep & Mac OS X command line application that opens its argument(s) in the GUI as if the user had double clicked
- Open-circuit voltage, in electronics, the absence of a load through which electric current would flow
- Open-source software, computer software modifiable by all, where users are treated as co-developers
- Open system (computing), computer systems that provide interoperability
- Open (system call), standardized system call for opening files
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