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Cette page recense les différentes significations (codes, sigles, abréviations, etc.) résultant du rapprochement des deux lettres A et M.



Sigles et abréviations

  • AM, amplitude modulation en anglais, soit « modulation d'amplitude » (voir également radio AM) ;
  • AM, ante meridiem en latin, soit « avant midi » : l'heure AM est comprise entre 00 h 00 et 11 h 59 ;
  • En musique, Am est la notation anglo-saxonne pour un accord de La mineur ;
  • AM, Auto Mutilation
  • AM est l'abréviation souvent utilisée pour le magazine francophone Afrique magazine ;
  • AM, Arts et Métiers, en relation notamment avec l'École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers ENSAM ;
  • Application Management, en informatique, action de gérer le cycle de vie des logiciels (bugs, évolutions, demandes clients, versions du code…) ;
  • En Belgique, dans le domaine ferroviaire, une AM désigne une automotrice.



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