**Inverse** may refer to:

- Inverse (logic), a type of immediate inference from a conditional sentence
- Inverse (program), a program for solving inverse and optimization problems
- Inverse multiplexer (or 'demultiplexer'), which breaks a single data stream into several streams with lower data rates
- "Invert", a term used in the exotic pet industry to refer to arthropods
*Inversions*(novel), a science fiction novel by Iain M. Banks

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**inverse**Fourier transform in E will be nonzero only for future times ... For past times, the**inverse**Fourier transform contour closes toward values of E where there is no singularity ... shifting the pole in p0 slightly, so that the**inverse**fourier transform will pick up a small decay factor in one of the time directions Without these terms, the pole contribution could not be unambiguously ...**Inverse**- Science, Engineering and Mathematics

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**Inverse**(mathematics) Inversive geometry, transformation geometry based on inversion in a circle

**Inverse**problem, in science and mathematics, fitting a model to known data Multiplicative

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