The act or process of making whole or entire.
In the theory of evolution: The process by which the manifold is compacted into the relatively simple and permanent. It is supposed to alternate with differentiation as an agent in development.
In electronic records: (1) Combining various pieces of hardware and software, often acquired from different vendors, into a unified system.(2) Combining computer programs into a unified software package so that all programs can share common data.
Process of combining data in different formats from various sources to a common geometrically registered base.
A term in Enterprise Server. An integration represents the interaction between two systems. Multiple integrations may be connected together to implement a complex integration process.
When diverse parts join to be separate parts in a unified whole, like states integrate to be parts of a nation.
Integration is the process of combining parts into a whole.
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 by which the viral DNA migrates to the cell's nucleus, where it is spliced into the host's DNA with the help of viral integrase. Once incorporated, HIV DNA is called the provirus and is duplicated together with the cell's genes every time the cell divides. Recent reports suggest that HIV's DNA also can integrate into the DNA of nondividing cells such as macrophages and brain and nerve cells.
the process of unifying entities across subject areas and time. Views which perform the integration are built as part of this process.
The process of combining data from multiple, non-integrated OLTP systems to provide a unified data resource via a data warehouse or data mart. ()
The extent to which institutions have ensured that management of information holdings is included and coordinated as an integral part of the corporate management process.
The process of making one application compatible with another application, often across multiple file formats
contextual awareness of all the interactions between the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of work and the workspace, and the active process of linking them together into a unified whole
The act of making a contract whole by integrating its elements into a coherent single entity. An agreement is considered integrated when the parties involved accept the final version as a complete expression of their agreement.
Process by which signals in the nervous system interact; the decision-making capability of neurons
the process whereby firms combine or merge to form larger units
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"
The software and/or business processes which combine the Merchant's order processing system with the Camtech Electronic Commerce Payment System.
The process of bringing together separate components as a functional whole that involves coordination of interventions. In ICAM, integration may take place at three levels, system, functional and policy systems integration refers to the physical, social and economic linkages of land and water uses and ensures that all relevant interactions and issues are considered; functional integration ensures that programmes and projects are consistent with ICAM goals and objectives; and policy integration ensures that management actions are consistent with other development and policy initiatives.
Integration is the creation of links between previously separate computer systems, applications, services or processes: The word is normally used in the context of computing, but can apply to business processes as much as to the underlying process automation. In the past, computer integration has typically "hardwired", making it difficult to modify in response to changing requirements. Thanks to the advent of web services and the evolution of service-oriented architectures, more agile, loosely coupled forms of integration are now starting to emerge.
The process of bringing all parts together into a whole.
The process whereby inpatient and community components of a mental health service become coordinated as a single, specialist network and include mechanisms which link intake, assessment crisis intervention, and acute, extended and on-going treatment using a case management approach to ensure continuity of care.
The process of joining alter-identities back into the Original Self; a reversal of dissociation.
The process of combining software components or hardware components, or both, into an overall system.
The process of combining component s into larger assemblies.
"[An]...ongoing process of undoing all aspects of dissociative dividedness that begins long before there is any reduction in the number or distinctness of the personalities, persists through their fusion, and continues at a deeper level even after the personalities have blended into one. It denotes an ongoing process in the tradition of psychoanalytic perspectives on structural change" (Kluft, 1993, p.109).
Tight coupling. SAP has become famous for its vision and success in providing integrated business processes for companies of any size and direction. Recently, the boundaries between companies have been crossed and companies can now actively cooperate in order to optimize the business processes along the supply chain. With the advent of the Internet, with its ease of access to all people a more loosely coupled collaboration between business partners is sought. Still, integrated enterprise applications that support the inter-enterprise cooperation are the prerequisite for successful collaboration and satisfied customers.
The blending of separate units into a unified or functioning whole.
The software development activity in which separate software components are combined into an executable whole.
To put parts together into a whole somehow. "The goal of integration is to combine the required elements into a needed capability".
The process of combining incoming information; one of the functions of the nervous system.
Combining hardware, software (and, in e-learning, content) components together to work as an interoperable system. The process of integration may also include front-end planning and strategy.
Integration refers to the process whereby a mental health service becomes co-ordinated as a single specialist network and includes mechanisms which link intake and assessment and continuing treatment and case management to ensure continuity of care.
The process of combining software elements, hardware elements, or both into an overall system.
The act of combining or coordinating several parts or elements into an entire whole. For example, the Cardservie International payment-processing engine is integrated with the ecBuilder Web site creation software.
the process of uniting elements into an inseparable whole the checking of an idea against the sum of your knowledge in order to see if creates any contradictions
A process of connecting individual ideas into a cohesive unity.
the process of exchanging data among software applications; for example, a drawing created in a paint program or a spreadsheet chart could be copied into word processing document
The process of accumulating signal or charge in a pixel. Also refers to the interfacing on the system level of electronic components.
The ability to combine pieces, parts and elements of ideas, concepts and situations into a unified whole.
Step 3 of the 4 Step Process to manifest Spirit into Form. After the Channel of Light has received the Infilling of Spirit, Integration then takes place. Optimally, this takes place in the Silence because the 4 lower bodies need time to become "accustomed" to the new vibrational frequency. (see 4 Step Process to Manifestation) Surrender Infilling Integration Manifestation
The process of integrating new client/server, adaptive, and distributed systems with existing systems while still optimizing performance, minimizing maintenance and utilizing existing platforms.