, commonly called whitespace
in technical fields, may mean:
- WhiteSpace (Resource Scheduling), name used since 2002 to denote available time for People or Resources when scheduling time
- White space (visual arts), or negative space, the portions of a page left unmarked
- Whitespace (computer science), characters used to represent white space in text
- Whitespace (programming language), an esoteric programming language whose syntax consists only of spaces, tabs and newlines
- White space (telecommunications), unused radio frequencies in the VHF and UHF bands allocated to television transmission.
- White space (education), term used since 2007 in the Singapore Education System to denote time reserved for teachers' personal reflection and planning.
- White Spaces Coalition, a group of technology companies aiming to deliver broadband internet access via unused analog television frequencies
- White Space (business), the part of a market or segment that is available to a business or entity for new sales or customers
- White Space (Process improvement and management), the area between the boxes in an organizational map, often an area where no one is responsible.