- Naive (disambiguation)
Naive or Naïve indicates having or showing a lack of experience, understanding or sophistication.
Naive or Naïve may also refer to:
- Naïve (album), a 1990 album by KMFDM
- "Naïve" (song), a 2006 song by The Kooks
- Naïve Records, a French record label
- Naive (Micky & the Motorcars album), 2008
- Naive (Dalek I Love You album), 1980
- Naïve art, art created by untrained artists, or artists aspiring to naïve realisations
- Naïve realism, a theory of perception thought to be representative of most people's understanding and method of interpretation of their perceptions
- Naïve algorithm, a very simple solution to a problem that has a very high time- or memory- complexity
- Naive Bayes classifier, a simple probabilistic classifier
- Naive T cell, a type of T cell
- Naive set theory, a non-axiomatic approach to set theory, in mathematics
- Drug-naïve, a patient who has not previously used a particular drug or someone who has not been exposed previously to an antigen
- Naïve. Super, a 1996 novel by the Norwegian Erlend Loe
- Ecological naïvete, the habit of inexperienced animals not fearing predators
- Naive John (born 1962), British artist and figurative painter
- Naïve empiricism, a term used in several ways in different fields
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