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We need a disambiguating page. Integration is also the opposite of racial segregation and was often seen as a goal of the civil rights movement of the late 1950s and early 1960s in the US. Ed Poor

I have to agree. --Larry Sanger

Integration was also the name of a boxed set by The Cure (the band). (Presumably it was a takeoff on the name of their album Distintegration.) --Daniel C. Boyer

I am surprised at how badly written this article is, because most of the math articles are very well done. (If there were more hours in a day I'd do something about it; I've already cleaned up a very bad mathematical mess on Wikipedia today.) -- Mike Hardy

I agree, we have a mess here. There's integral, integration, Riemann integral and Lebesgue integral. Something has to be done to clean this up; at the very least integral and integration should be merged. AxelBoldt 00:40 Nov 17, 2002 (UTC)

racial integration, desegregation[edit]

"...racial integration, also called desegregation." I beg to differ. They are two different (although related) things. See, for example the very good discussion of this at

Unless someone can give me strong reasons to the contrary, I intend a short article on racial integration rather than just a redirect, mainly discussing this difference and linking to desegregation for the main substantive article embracing both.

I'll link to this comment on the other two related talk pages. -- Jmabel 07:10, Sep 1, 2004 (UTC)


What the heck does "In Digital Lifestye" mean? I'd guess that "Lifestye" was a typo for "Lifestyle", but the phrase still would make no sense in its context. -- Jmabel | Talk 16:26, 18 January 2006 (UTC)

"Integration, in mathematics, a concept of calculus, is the art of finding integrals"[edit]

Though I am only a calc novice, I doubt that finding an integral is much of an art form. "Act of finding integrals" seems more appropriate to me. Xanatos290 (talk) 14:43, 5 March 2010 (UTC) z