Manchester, United Kingdom

Process Integration

Language: English Studies in English
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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Integration
Integration may refer to:
Process
A process is a set of activities that interact to achieve a result.
Process Integration
Process integration is a term in chemical engineering which has two possible meanings.
Integration
I see with much pleasure that you are working on a large work on the integral Calculus [ … ] The reconciliation of the methods which you are planning to make, serves to clarify them mutually, and what they have in common contains very often their true metaphysics; this is why that metaphysics is almost the last thing that one discovers. The spirit arrives at the results as if by instinct; it is only on reflecting upon the route that it and others have followed that it succeeds in generalising the methods and in discovering its metaphysics.
Pierre-Simon Laplace (1792) in: I. Grattan-Guinness Convolutions in French Mathematics, 1800-1840:From the Calculus and Mechanics to Mathematical Analysis and Mathematical Physics. Vol.1: The Setting, Springer Science & Business Media, 1 July 1990, p. 139.
Integration
Science itself is badly in need of integration and unification. The tendency is more and more the other way … Only the graduate student, poor beast of burden that he is, can be expected to know a little of each. As the number of physicists increases, each specialty becomes more self-sustaining and self-contained. Such Balkanization carries physics, and indeed, every science further away, from natural philosophy, which, intellectually, is the meaning and goal of science.
Isidor Isaac Rabi in:New Scientist Vol. 21, No. 374, 16 Jan 1964, Reed Business Information.
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
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