integration

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} birleşme
bütünleştirme
bütünleşme

Rusça'da yabancı kökenli isimler genellikle bütünleşmeye dayanamaz. - In Russian, nouns of foreign origin generally don't succumb to integration.

entegrasyon
(Tıp) Vücuda maletme
(Askeri) (NATO) BİRLEŞTİRME: Fotoğrafçılıkta; zaman bazında bir kaç taramada ortaya çıkan vasat radar resminin basılabilmesi işlemi, veya bir kaç fotoğraf görüntüsünün tek bir görüntü halinde birleştirilmesi işlemi
tümlevleme
(Hukuk) bütünleşme / entegrasyon
birleştirme
integration by parts
(Matematik) kısmi integrasyon
integration by parts
(Bilgisayar) parçalı tümlev alma
integration test
(Bilgisayar) tümleştirme testi
integration testing
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) tümleştirme sınaması
integration testing
bütünleştirme testi, tümlestirme sınaması
integration to
entegrasyonu
integration by parts
parcali tumlev alma
integration period
(Politika, Siyaset) entegrasyon süreci
integration process
(Politika, Siyaset) entegrasyon dönemi
integration test
tümleştirme sınaması
integration time
(Telekom) biriktirme süresi
integration variable
integrasyon değişkeni
inertial navigation unit; integration unit
(Askeri) atalet seyrüsefer ünitesi; entegrasyon ünitesi
international integration
(Ticaret) uluslararası bütünleşme
sensory integration
(Tıp) duyusal entegrasyon
constant of integration
integral sabiti
economic integration
ekonomik bütünleşme
large scale integration
geniş ölçekte tümleşme
medium scale integration
orta çapta tümleşme
small scale integration
küçük çapta tümleşme
ultralarge scale integration
büyük ötesi ölçekli tümleşme
very large scale integration
çok büyük çapta tümleşme
environmental integration
Çevresel bütünleşme/bütünlük
integrations
entegrasyonlar
logical integration
mantıkla birleştirme/ bütünleştirme
Puerto Rican radar integration system
(Askeri) Porto Riko radar entegrasyon sistemi
achieve integration
entegrasyon yapmak
backward integration
(Ticaret) geriye doğru bütünleşme
bring about integration
entegrasyon yapmak
coalition coordination, communications, and integration center
(Askeri) koalisyon koordinasyonu, muhabere ve entegrasyon merkezi
command center integration branch
(Askeri) komuta merkezi entegrasyon şubesi
data system integration
(Askeri) BİLGİ SİSTEMLERİ ENTEGRASYONU: İki veya daha çok bilgi sistemi arasında yapılan iş veya teknik bakımdan bir ilişki kurarak ya da, bir bilgi sistemi iş veya teknik unsurlarından bir kısmını bir başka bilgi sistemine dahil ederek, sistemler üzerinde planlı bir çalışma ile, daha verimli veya daha geniş kabiliyetleri geliştirme. Bilgi sistemi entegrasyonunun iş yönü, iki veya daha çok bilgi sistemine ait maksatların birleştirilmesi veya birbirine bağlanması; teknik yönü ise, iki veya daha çok sisteme ait aktif teferruat, teçhizat ve bilgi elemanlarının birleştirilmesi veya birbirine bağlanması üzerinde durur
electrical integration
elektriksel tumlev alma
european integration
(Avrupa Birliği) Avrupa Bütünleşmesi
global integration
küresel bütünleşme
joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration
(Askeri) müşterek kabul, toplanma, ileri intikal ve bütünleşme
large scale integration
(Nükleer Bilimler) geniş çapta tümleştirme
numerical integration
sayisal tumlev alma
partial integration
(Matematik) parçalı integralleme
partial integration
(Matematik) tikel tümlevleme
payload integration
(Askeri) (MISSILE AND SPACE) UZAY ARAŞTIRMA CİHAZININ TAKILMASI (FÜZE VE UZAY ARACI): Bir araştırma cihazının tamamının uzay aracına uygun şekilde takılması
plans integration partitioning system
(Askeri) plan entegrasyon bölümleme sistemi
radio and wire integration
(Askeri) TELSİZ VE TELLİ BÜTÜNLEŞME: Tel devrelerinin telsiz tesisleri ile birleştirilmesi
radio and wire integration
(Askeri) telli ve telsiz tamamlama
radio wire integration
(Askeri) MÜŞTEREK TELLİ TELSİZ HABERLEŞME: Telli devreleri telsiz tesisleriyle birleştirme tekniği
radius of integration
(Askeri) BİRLEŞME YARIÇAPI: Yer sıfırından itibaren hem nükleer patlama hem konvansiyonel silahların etkilerinin birleştiği bölgeyi gösteren mesafe
radius of integration
(Askeri) birleşme yarıçapı
reception, staging, onward movement, and integration
(Askeri) celp ve sevk, genel hazırlık bindirme safhası, ön intikal ve birleştirme
regional economic integration
(Ticaret) bölgesel ekonomik entegrasyon
sensory integration therapy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duyusal bütünleşme terapisi
social integration
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) toplumsal bütünleşme
system integration
Sistem Bütünleştirmesi
ultralarge scale integration
büyük-ötesi ölçekli tümleşme
visible integration
görünür bütünlük
İngilizce - İngilizce
The operation of finding the integral of a function
In evolution, the process by which the manifold is compacted into the relatively simple and permanent; supposed to alternate with differentiation as an agent in species' development
The act or process of making whole or entire
The process of fitting into a community, notably applied to 'visible' (ethnic, immigrant...) minorities
It is supposed to alternate with differentiation as an agent in development
The process of combining components into larger assemblies
becoming an accepted member of a group or community; a combination of parts or objects that work together well; the process of coordinating separate personality elements into a balanced whole or producing behavior compatible with somebody’s environment
The operation of finding the primitive function which has a given function for its differential coefficient
the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community
the act of combining into an integral whole; "a consolidation of two corporations"; "after their consolidation the two bills were passed unanimously"; "the defendants asked for a consolidation of the actions against them"
-process of making separate software and hardware systems and devices communicate with each other
A process producing a result that, when differentiated, yields the original quantity Integration of acceleration, for example, yields velocity Integration is performed in a DSA by dividing by jw, where w is frequency multiplied by 2þ (Integration is also used to convert velocity to displacement)
The act of taking data from one software application (output) and, without human intervention, using it as input into a separate application
The operation of solving a differential equation (This is calculus, a high-level math )
an operation used in the calculus whereby the integral of a function is determined the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community
The successive combining and testing of system hardware assemblies, software components, and operator tasks to progressively prove the performance and compatibility of all components of the system
The ability to make separate systems work together easily This could refer to data integration (ensuring that information in multiple databases is compatible) or systems integration (ensuring that conflicts do not exist between multiple hardware systems)
Integration is the act of embodying learned material, and is mediated through the vestibular apparatus This specialised sense enables us to live in the whole of ourselves, experience states of pleasure and is involved with spatial orientation and movement towards our outcomes in the external world
The act of accumulating signal or charge on a CCD
The combination (under the management of one firm) of two or more identical (horizontal) or successive (vertical) stages in the production or marketing process of a particular product Generally the stages are capable of being operated as separate businesses The firm that has management responsibility is called the integrator The poultry industry, for example, is vertically integrated, from production through processing and distribution Diversification, on the other hand, is the production of two or more products by one firm or farmer
1) In business operations, the strategy of controlling the sources of supply such as vendors and components (backward integration) or the methods of distribution (forward integration) 2) In systems design, the process that allows separate functions to use a common technology and database, pass data and information without requiring translation, reformatting or duplicate entry, and enable cross-functional views and management
Representation inversely related to time rate of change Example: integrating velocity yields displacement In a computer, this is accomplished by dividing the velocity signal by jw, where w is frequency multiplied by 2p
In calculus, the process of finding a function whose derivative is a given function. The term, sometimes used interchangeably with "antidifferentiation," is indicated symbolically with the integral sign . (The differential dx usually follows to indicate x as the variable.) The basic rules of integration are: (1) (f + g)dx = fdx + gdx (where f and g are functions of the variable x), (2) kfdx = kfdx (k is a constant), and (3)
an operation used in the calculus whereby the integral of a function is determined
A feature of some qualified retirement plans that coordinates plan benefits or contributions with Social Security Social Security benefits are progressive, i e , they replace a greater proportion of pre-retirement earnings for lower earners than for higher earners To compensate for this benefit tilt, plans may provide proportionately (as a percentage of compensation) higher pension benefits or contributions to higher-paid participants than to lower-paid participants, subject to certain limits Since the Tax Reform Act of 1986 (TRA ’86), integration is referred to as permitted disparity
The formation, coordination, or blending of units or components into a functioning or unified whole In EMAP, integration refers to a coordinated approach to environmental monitoring, research, and assessment, both among EMAP resource groups and with other environmental monitoring programs Integration in EMAP also refers to the technical processes involved in normalizing and combining data for interpretation and assessment
WANDER™ enables the seamless integration of both new and existing technologies into a single, easy-to-use solution capable of connecting information, people, systems and devices
two or more software applications that must run on the same physical processor(s) and under the same operating system
In evolution, the process by which the manifold is compacted into the relatively simple and permanent; supposed to alternate with differentiation as an agent in development
{i} merging, joining; unification into a whole; abolition of segregation, act of bringing people together as equals regardless of race or religion
The operation of the whole system in a given area in such a manner that, from the user's perspective, it functions as if it were a single unit, and that optimal use is made of airspace Taking account of the existing and developing degree of integration parts of the area, this can be achieved by applying common standards, specifications and procedures (the expression "common standards", "common specification" and "common procedures" are understood to mean standards, specifications and procedures of such uniformity as is required to enable the whole system to work together, e g in respect of the exchange, processing and presentation of date) throughout the area, and by common implementation of new systems to attain an identical level of sophistication through use of a common data source
Projects that demonstrate linkages with other economic development activities are desirable and can lead to synergistic effects In relation to the Structural Funds, integration between projects across each of the Funds is a priority Examples of integration are: Provision of ERDF funded training courses within a facility that has received ERDF funding; A cluster of ERDF projects within a strategic area, e g provision of start-up workshops, a new visitor attraction and a number of environmental improvements and visitor interpretation facilities
The process of bringing all parts together into a whole
The ability of applications to share information or to process independently by requesting services and satisfying service requests In a well-integrated system, all of the parts have a purpose, and the parts combine effectively to achieve the purpose of the overall system
In the theory of evolution: The process by which the manifold is compacted into the relatively simple and permanent
For provider organizations, the unification of two or more previously separate providers under common ownership or control, or the combination of the business operations of two or more providers that were previously carried out separately and independently
The extent to which components of the production process are inextricably linked A software design concept that allows users to move easily between applications [DEC]
The process by which the different parts of an organism are made a functional and structural whole, especially through the activity of the nervous system and of hormones As related to HIV
The process of combining two companies after an acquisition has occurred Some buyers integrate operations extensively to capitalize on synergies such as improved efficiency, reduced costs and increased sales Other integrate very little and allow the seller to continue to run the business autonomously
integration by parts
method of calculating complex integrals (Mathematics)
integration in education
practice of educating students together regardless of race
constant of integration
An unspecified constant term added to a particular antiderivative to make it represent its whole family of antiderivatives
constants of integration
plural form of constant of integration
horizontal integration
The integrating of identical stages in the production or marketing process under the ownership or control of a single management organization
racial integration
The process of countering racial segregation
vertical integration
The integrating of successive stages in the production and marketing process under the ownership or control of a single management organization
system integration
(Bilgisayar) System integration is the bringing together of the component subsystems into one system and ensuring that the subsystems function together as a system. In information technology, systems integration is the process of linking together different computing systems and software applications physically or functionally
vertical integration
(Ekonomi) In microeconomics and managing management, the term vertical integration describes a style of ownership and control. The degree to which a firm owns its upstream suppliers and its downstream buyers determines how vertically integrated it is. Vertically integrated companies are united through a hierarchy and share a common owner. Usually each member of the hierarchy produces a different product or service, and the products combine to satisfy a common need. It is contrasted with horizontal integration. Vertical integration is one method of avoiding the hold-up problem. A monopoly produced through vertical integration is called a vertical monopoly, although it might be more appropriate to speak of this as some form of cartel
backward integration
when a company takes over or acquires its suppliers of raw materials or components
backward integration
The process whereby an organisation acquires the activities of its inputs, e g manufacturer into raw material supplier
backward integration
A type of vertical marketing in which a wholesaler or retailer purchases companies before them in the channel of distribution, such as manufacturers
enterprise application integration
The integration of two or more enterprise systems' processes, software, standards, and hardware, allowing them to operate as one
enterprise application integration
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enterprise application integration
The integration of disparate applications and systems into a unified set of business processes, allowing the unrestricted sharing of data and business processes among any connected applications and data sources in the enterprise
enterprise application integration
(See also Systems Integrator)
enterprise application integration
A cross-functional E-business application that integrates front-office applications like customer relationship management with back-office applications like enterprise resource management
enterprise application integration
This technology allows applications from different vendors or based on different platforms to communicate with each other
enterprise application integration
A central service through which other applications communicate Its primary goals are to communicate changes in the data between applications (sharing or synchronizing data), and to invoke the business logic or services of an application from other applications (remote invocation) (http: //www ui-integrate uillinois edu/news_art_messaging asp)
enterprise application integration
The linking and sharing of multiple business applications and data, including extensions to business partners, through the use of application-to-application modules, object middleware and message brokering, or multitier application server platforms Motivations for EAI include the need to rapidly implement Web-based projects, the need to link to legacy data, and the need to forge links to different systems acquired through corporate mergers and acquisitions See application in the hard copy dictionary
horizontal integration
integrative of companies that have similar ranges of activity in production and marketing
horizontal integration
absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in the same level of production and sharing resources at that level
rectangular integration
calculation of the size of an area by dividing it into small rectangles of known size and schema
system integration test
(Ticaret) A project implementation activity that tests the interfaces between sets of programs or functional areas in a proposed new system. It verifies the ability of the system to handle data and operating requirements common to more than area, and to verify the impacts from one department to another. A unit test of a single function may show optimization of that function at the expense of a negative impact on other areas
trapezoidal integration
calculation of the size of an area by dividing it into smaller trapezoids of known area
vertical integration
Form of business organization in which all stages of production of a good, from the acquisition of raw materials to the retailing of the final product, are controlled by one company. A current example is the oil industry, in which a single firm commonly owns the oil wells, refines the oil, and sells gasoline at roadside stations. In horizontal integration, by contrast, a company attempts to control a single stage of production or a single industry completely, which lets it take advantage of economies of scale but results in reduced competition
vertical integration
merger of companies that have a similar range of activity in marketing and production in order to gain more control in that range
vertical integration
absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in all aspects of a product's manufacture from raw materials to distribution
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    in·te·gra·tion

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    /ˌəntəˈgrāsʜən/ /ˌɪntəˈɡreɪʃən/

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    [ "in-t&-'grA-sh&n ] (noun.) 1620. From to integrate (from Latin integratus, the past participle of integrare 'to make a whole', from integer 'whole') + -ation

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