limits of integration


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limits of integration

[′lim·əts əv ‚int·ə′grā·shən]
(mathematics)
The end points of the interval over which a function is being integrated.
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The measures specific to the UK would protect its position outside the euro and highlight the limits of integration.
Often Norrgard is careful to note some real limits of integration, yet external forces (e.
Religion and the Struggle for European Union: Confessional Culture and the Limits of Integration
In the development of the new website, the limits of integration and customization were pushed into a next-level customization platform, adaptive to screen size.
As neo-segregation narratives take on such contemporary concerns as the merits and limits of integration, self-segregation.
However, there are also serious questions about the limits of integration for states at different levels of development.
Sergei Prozorov, 2006, Understanding Conflict Between Russia and the EU: The Limits of Integration, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 210 pp.
The goal of this action is to get a referendum on the new Lisbon Treaty in each member state and to clarify important European subjects for citizens, like the limits of integration - particularly "when citizens are left out of the integration process".
1/[x - 5]] - [1/[x - 1]]), to integrate the individual terms, and to substitute the limits of integration, it would make absolutely no sense to ask students to do this without writing anything down.
Assuming that the covariate values are constant within a day and writing the limits of integration in Equation 3 as a sum of integrals between consecutive days, we can rewrite the log-likelihood (Equation 3) as
Consequently, the problems discussed in the fourth section do not arise, and the lower limits of integration are zero for both producer surplus and rents.