 Divergence (disambiguation)

Divergence can refer to:
In mathematics:
 Divergence, a function that associates a scalar with every point of a vector field
 Divergence (computer science), a computation which does not terminate (or terminates in an exceptional state)
 Divergence (statistics) and statistical distance, a measure of dissimilarity between probability measures
 Bregman divergence
 fdivergence
 Jensen–Shannon divergence
 Kullback–Leibler divergence, also known as the "information divergence" in probability theory and information theory
 Rényi's divergence
 The defining property of divergent series; series that do not converge to a finite limit
In science:
 Divergence (eye), the simultaneous outward movement of both eyes away from each other
 Divergence problem, an anomaly between the instrumental record and temperatures calculated using some tree ring proxies
 Beam divergence, the halfangle of the cone formed by a beam of light as it propagates and spreads out
 Genetic divergence
 Infrared divergence, a behavior of a field theory in quantum physics
 Ultraviolet divergence, a behavior of a field theory in quantum physics
In the arts:
 Divergence (album), a 1972 album by Solution
 Tony Ballantyne
 Divergence (Enterprise episode), a fourthseason episode of Star Trek: Enterprise
 Divergence (film), a 2005 film from Hong Kong
 Divergence (novel), a novel by Charles Sheffield
 Divergent (book), a novel by Veronica Roth
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