Correspondence
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Correspondence is postal or other written communications, see letter.
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Science
 Correspondence theory of truth (philosophy), haveory in epistemology
 Correspondence principle (physics): quantum physics theories must agree with classical physics theories when applied to large quantum numbers
 Correspondence principle (sociology), the relationship between social class and available education
 Correspondence (theology), the relationship between spiritual and physical realities
 Correspondence problem (computer vision), finding depth information in stereography
 Regular sound correspondence (linguistics), see Comparative method (linguistics)
 Correspondence rule (quantum mechanics)
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Mathematics
 1:1 correspondence, an older name for a bijection
 Binary relation, a formalization of the intuitive concept of correspondence
 Correspondence (algebraic geometry), between two algebraic varieties
 Correspondence (category theory), the opposite of a profunctor
 Correspondence (von Neumann algebra) or bimodule, a type of Hilbert space
 Correspondence, in economics and game theory, a multivalued function
 Correspondence analysis, a multivariate statistical technique
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Entertainment
 Correspondence chess played between different geographical locations
 Correspondence (album), a 1983 studio album by singer and musician Peter Godwin
 The Correspondence, a 2016 film by Giuseppe Tornatore, featuring Jeremy Irons
 Correspondences (Babbitt), a 1967 musical work by Milton Babbitt
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Other uses
 Correspondence course, a distant education method
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See also
 Correspondent (disambiguation)
 La Correspondencia (disambiguation)
 Correspondences (Babbitt)
 HermansReve correspondence
 Epistolary novel
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