Overview
Continuum may refer to:
 Continuum (measurement), theories or models that explain gradual transitions from one condition to another without abrupt changes
 Mathematics
 Continuum (set theory), the real line or the corresponding cardinal number
 Linear continuum, any ordered set that shares certain properties of the real line
 Continuum (topology), a nonempty compact connected metric space (sometimes Hausdorff space)
 Continuum hypothesis, the hypothesis that no infinite sets are larger than the integers but smaller than the real numbers
 Cardinality of the continuum, a cardinal number that represents the size of the set of real numbers
 Science
 Continuum morphology, in plant morphology, underlining the continuum between morphological categories
 Continuum concept, in psychology
 Continuum mechanics, in physics, deals with continuous matter
 Spacetime continuum, any mathematical model that combines space and time into a single continuum
 Continuum theory of specific heats of solids, see Debye model
 Triune continuum, trinity of continual representations in general system modeling defined in the theory of triune continuum, used in the Triune continuum paradigm
 Continuous spectrum, referred to simply as the continuum in contrast to discrete spectral lines
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuum
