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  • noun Plural form of integration.


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  • To me this is just a clear admission of the shortcomings of longer term integrations and of the serious parameterization and other flaws in current climate models.

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  • Long-term integrations predict that some moons could collide in less than one million years.

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  • Long-term integrations predict that some moons could collide in less than one million years.

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  • For example, even supercomputers are inadequate to allow long-term integrations of the relevant equations at adequate spatial resolutions.

    Think Progress » An Inconvenient Truth and An Intolerable Summer

  • Let's call the integrations build as hourly build, assuming it will try to integrate a couple of smaller continuous builds every hour.

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  • The only limits to the integrations are your imagination and needs.

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  • The company will also build "integrations" into MySQL allowing it to work more productively with other key Oracle software, as well as making it easier to deploy.

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  • Many partners have also developed KnowledgeTree plugins such as integrations with popular business platform SugarCRM (news, site), and document management tools such as Kofax (news, site) Capture, - All News

  • Indieclick is doing some very cool "integrations" of brands into established music and related communities they represent.

  • "integrations" (the two different values of local time at the end of the experiment) are supposed to be the same, and that the difference shows that this "vector field" is not conservative, and that that is a counterexample to relativity.

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