Replication may refer to:

In music:

In science:

  • Replication (scientific method) is one of the main principles of the scientific method, a.k.a. reproducibility
    • Replication (statistics), the repetition of a test or complete experiment
  • Self-replication, the process in which an entity (a cell, virus, program, etc.) makes a copy of itself.
    • DNA replication or DNA synthesis, the process of copying a double-stranded DNA molecule
    • Semiconservative replication, mechanism of DNA replication
  • Self-replicating machines
  • Replication (metallography), the use of thin plastic films to duplicate the microstructure of a component

In computing:

  • Replication (computing), the use of redundant resources to improve reliability, fault-tolerance, or performance
  • Replication (stochastic simulation), an individual run of a stochastic simulation model
  • Replication (optical media), the manufacture of CDs and DVDs by means other than burning writable discs

In finance:

  • Option replication, a trading strategy to ensure at a certain date the payoff of an option without trading this option

Other articles related to "replication":

Leviathan And The Air-Pump - Chapter VI: Replication and Its Troubles: Air-Pumps in The 1660s
... stated in chapter 2 and their role in replication - namely replication of the material technology and the utility of virtual witnessing ... in this time period that we see how the troubles of replication were dealt with by contemporaries ... Another problem with replication was that the pumps were constantly being rebuilt, and so results would vary with each reconstruction ...
Sci-Fi On The Rock - Fan Films - Replication
... between Stargate SG-1 and Doctor Who, entitled Replication, written by Darren Hann ... Replication is set to be shown at Sci-Fi on the Rock IV ...
... This gene encodes a short protein that forms part of the Ctf18 replication factor C (RFC) complex that occurs in both yeast and mammals ... in sister chromatid cohesion and may load the replication clamp PCNA (proliferating cell nuclear antigen) onto DNA during DNA replication and repair ...