Definitions for **"Integrator"**

a device to perform the mathematical operation known as integration , a branch of calculus

a dynamic actor that can emit a token (the state) without knowing the input

an ADC whose output code represents the average value of the input voltage over a given time interval

An entity representing a given numerical integration method and its associated parameter values.

The numerical method used to compute an approximate solution to a differential equation or system of differential equations. The best known integrators are Euler's method and the Runge-Kutta methods, although there are many other approaches that are superior to these.

A software developer that uses the BBSM SDK to extend the functionality of the BBSM.

That which integrates; esp., an instrument by means of which the area of a figure can be measured directly, or its moment of inertia, or statical moment, etc., be determined.

a measuring instrument for measuring the area of an irregular plane figure

Any supplier that designs, provides, manufactures or assembles a [machine], its associated machines or equipment, the safeguarding, control interfaces, interconnections or the control system into a [machine] production system. (B-11 Definitions Manual)

Specialist supplier combining equipment from various sources for customised applications.

Integrator is a continuous integration tool with web-based interface. It supports a wide variety of version control systems and programming languages/platforms. It is OS independent and server-side service is separated from GUI part.

a control center (often the brain).

a step size control actor that can control the accuracy of the ODE solution by adjusting step sizes

a replica of the way healthy human beings integrate their feelings

Former name for what is now known as Developer.