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Integration may refer to:

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  • Integration (mathematics), the computation of a definite integral, a fundamental concept of calculus, which allows, among many other uses, computing areas and averaging continuous functions.
  • Indefinite integration, in calculus, the process of calculating indefinite integrals, also known as antiderivatives
  • Symbolic integration, the computation, mostly on computers, of antiderivatives and definite integrals in term of formulas
  • Numerical integration, the numerical methods for computing, usually with computers, definite integrals and, more generally, solutions of differential equations
  • Order of integration, the number of times a time series must be first differenced in order to make it stationary


  • Integrated architecture, the joining in an Enterprise architecture framework approach, such as DODAF where the elements designated are used consistently at all the different view documents
  • Integrated design
  • Integrated circuit, an electronic circuit whose components are manufactured in one flat piece of semiconductor material
  • Integrated product team, use of a team including multiple disciplines (e.g. customer, engineer, support, testing)
  • System integration, the engineering practices and procedures for assembling large and complicated systems from less-complicated units, especially subsystems


  • Pre-integration complex or retroviral integration, in biology
  • DNA integration performed by a specific class of recombinase enzymes ("integrases"). Recognition of a target sequence triggers site-specific integration of ("crossover" with) a compatible "donor sequence"

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