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**Lattice** may refer to:

## Arts and design

- Latticework, an ornamental criss-crossed framework, an arrangement of crossing laths or other thin strips of material
- Lattice (music), an organized grid model of pitch ratios
- Lattice (pastry), an ornamental pattern of crossing strips of pastry

## Companies

- Lattice Engines, a technology company specializing in business applications for marketing and sales
- Lattice Group, a former British gas transmission business
- Lattice Semiconductor, a US-based integrated circuit manufacturer

## Science, technology, and mathematics

### Mathematics

- Lattice (group), a repeating arrangement of points
- Lattice (discrete subgroup), a discrete subgroup of a topological group whose quotient carries an invariant finite Borel measure
- Lattice (module), a module over a ring which is embedded in a vector space over a field
- Lattice graph, a graph that can be drawn within a repeating arrangement of points
- Lattice-based cryptography, encryption systems based on repeating arrangements of points

- Lattice (order), a partially ordered set with unique least upper bounds and greatest lower bounds
- Lattice-based access control, computer security systems based on partially ordered access privileges
- Skew lattice, a non-commutative generalization of order-theoretic lattices

- Lattice multiplication, a multiplication algorithm suitable for hand calculation

### Other uses in science and technology

- Bethe lattice, a regular infinite tree structure used in statistical mechanics
- Crystal lattice or Bravais lattice, a repetitive arrangement of atoms
- Lattice C, a compiler for the C programming language
- Lattice mast, a type of observation mast common on major warships in the early 20th century
- Lattice model (physics), a model defined not on a continuum, but on a grid
- Lattice tower, or truss tower is a type of freestanding framework tower
- Lattice truss bridge, a type of truss bridge that uses many closely spaced diagonal elements

## Other uses

- Lattice model (finance), a method for evaluating stock options that divides time into discrete intervals