Correspondence may refer to:

  • In general usage, non-concurrent, remote communication between people, including letters, email, newsgroups, Internet forums, blogs
  • Correspondence theory of truth (philosophy), a theory in epistemology
  • Correspondence principle (physics), that theories must agree with experimental evidence
  • Correspondence (theology), the relationship between spiritual and physical realities
  • Correspondence (mathematics), several related meanings
  • Correspondence analysis, a multivariate statistical technique
  • Correspondence problem (computer vision), finding depth information in stereography
  • Regular sound correspondence (linguistics), see Comparative method
  • Correspondence rules (quantum mechanics)
  • Correspondence chess played between different geographical locations
  • Correspondence course, a distant education method
  • Correspondence (album), a 1983 studio album by singer and musician Peter Godwin

Other articles related to "correspondence":

Correspondence Principle (sociology)
... The correspondence principle or correspondence thesis is a sociological theory that posits a close relationship between social standing and the educational system ... that is offered by the school, the advocates of the correspondence principle argue that the structure of the school and also the personal experience given to each student (the hidden ...
Malcolm Afford - Sources
... - Condolence correspondence to Thelma Afford from Betty Roland ... - Condolence correspondence to Thelma Afford from Tom Inglis Moore ... - Condolence correspondence to Thelma Afford from the Australian Broadcasting Company ...
Charles Edward Breese - Papers
... relating to Crown and Common lands in Wales, 1909–1920 correspondence and notes addressed to Charles E ... capacity as MP for Caernarvonshire, and correspondence submitted to him for reference, 1912–1923 miscellaneous letters, mostly addressed to Charles E ... Breese, 1887–1932 correspondence from G ...
Sheffield Archives - The Collections - Family and Estate Records - The Wentworth Woodhouse Collection
... Wentworth the great Earl of Strafford whose correspondence was preserved with care by the family ... Much of their correspondence has survived, and forms, together with the correspondence of Edmund Burke, a prime source for the political history of the eighteenth century ... The Strafford correspondence comprises eleven letter books into which Wentworth's official correspondence was copied by his secretaries, and about 2,800 ...
Sheffield Archives - The Collections - Family and Estate Records - Hunter Archaeological Society
... Correspondence and diaries of Mrs Margaret Gatty and her daughter, Mrs Juliana H ... Ewing, form part of the Hunter Archaeological Society's collection ...