Bern, Switzerland

Economic Globalisation and Integration

Language: English Studies in English
Subject area: economy and administration
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Integration
Integration may refer to:
Integration
An effective information infrastructure must build on enabling technologies to create an integrated and adaptive system that is accessible to all potential users.
Steering Committee for the Study on the Long-Term Retention of Selected Scientific and Technical Records of the Federal Government, ey al, Preserving Scientific Data on Our Physical Universe:: A New Strategy for Archiving the Nation's Scientific Information Resources, National Academies Press, 19 April 1995, p. 49
Integration
Secular humanism contrasts with religious humanism, which is an integration of humanist ethical philosophy with religious rituals and beliefs that center on human needs, interests, and abilities.
Ed Gibney in: Evolutionary Philosophy, Lulu.com.
Integration
There are a number of standard procedures which can enable a large number of common integrals to be evaluated explicitly. The simplest strategy is integration by substitution which means changing the variable of integration.
Richard Hammin in: “Guide to Essential Math: A Review for Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Students”, p. 91
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