State

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State may refer to:

Arts, entertainment, and media

Literature

  • State Magazine, a monthly magazine published by the U.S. Department of State
  • The State (newspaper), a daily newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina, United States
  • Our State, a monthly magazine published in North Carolina and formerly called The State
  • The State (Larry Niven), a fictional future government in three novels by Larry Niven

Music

Groups and labels

Albums

Television

Other

Law and politics

Locations

Mathematics

Science and technology

Computing

  • State (computer science), a unique configuration of information in a program or machine
    • Program state, in computer science, a snapshot of the measure of various conditions in the system
  • State (website), semantic web platform created by London, UK-based Equal Media Ltd
  • State pattern, in computer science, a behavioral design pattern

Healthcare

Physics and chemistry

  • State, a complete description of a system in classical mechanics
  • Chemical state, the electronic, chemical and physical nature of an element
  • Quantum state, the state of a quantum mechanical system given by a vector in the underlying Hilbert space
  • Stationary state, an eigenvector of a Hamiltonian
  • State of matter, solid, liquid or gaseous phases of matter; describing the organization of matter in a phase
  • Thermodynamic state, a set of physical quantities describing variable properties of a given thermodynamic system

Printing

Universities

Other uses

See also