change of integrity

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n change of integrity the act of changing the unity or wholeness of something
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Usage

In literature:

What had gone unnoticed by Army planners was the subtle change in the attitude of the white enlisted man toward integration.
"Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965" by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
The process of changing the variables in a multiple integral, such as a surface or volume integral, is divisible into two stages.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 5" by Various
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In news:

In the mid-90s, ARPANet was transformed from a military safety net to the civilian Internet that has become such an integral part of our lives, bringing with it change not only technological, but societal and epic in scope.
In today's world of changing customer demands, AV systems integrators must become digital integrators , knowledgeable about IT and how to unite the worlds of IT and AV.
At the 2012 NAB Show, Bittree will showcase a wide range of video patching products that allow systems integrators and A/V specialists to install, change, and remove wiring in rapidly changing media environments.
Their practical vision for regenerating ecological integrity and social resiliency prepares us for the challenges of climate change and environmental stress.
You'll see a significant change in the rulebooks , away from a lot of the picayune, largely irrelevant, largely unenforceable components of the rulebook and an emphasis on the real threats to the integrity of sports.
Just a few hours of a type of mindfulness meditation known as integrative body-mind training may change your brain for the better , according to new research published this week.
Page's take on the future of search, his plans to integrate Motorola and how his management style has changed since taking the helm of the company.
That's all about to change with the launch of the LIFX Kickstarter project, a WiFi enabled, multi-color, energy-efficient LED light bulb that is designed to integrate technology that allows you to control it with your iOS or Android device.
Sixty-five percent of companies have integrated climate change into their business strategies.
Eddie Habibi, founder and chief executive at PAS, sat down and talked with ISSSource Editor and Founder Gregory Hale just before the release of PAS' Integrity iMOC, electronic Management of Change software.
Page 1 of 2 VMware changed CEOs, officially ditched its vRAM licensing scheme and unveiled a vSphere-based integrated cloud software suite in its Monday morning opening keynote at VMworld 2012 in San Francisco.
In August 2007 the APA/EESI partnership launched a second national survey , this time to assess the integration of climate change and energy issues into community planning.
He has never stood on the side of honesty and integrity, and he'll never change.
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In science:

The result is robust against the change in the lower limit of the integration.
The Probability Distribution Function of Light in the Universe: Results from Hydrodynamic Simulations
Using the same change of variables as for AA1 we integrate out the Schwinger parameters.
Corrections to Scaling in Random Resistor Networks and Diluted Continuous Spin Models near the Percolation Threshold
In order to make a change of order of integration in (2.9), we shall show that the function etz Pt (x − y)u(y)v(x) is absolutely integrable with respect the variables x, y and t if Re z < 0 and u, v ∈ C∞0 (R3 ).
Generalized eigenfunctions of relativistic Schroedinger operators I
This allows a simple description of the integrability to chaos transition as a change of the levelspacing increments from the discrete rare event Poisson distribution to the continuous Gauss distribution.
Quantum correlations from Brownian diffusion of chaotic level-spacings
A), the second equality applies Lemma 3.2, the third is a change in the order of integration using that w(t) ≤ u iff π(Au ) ≤ t, and the final equality is integration with respect to t.
Vertex and edge expansion properties for rapid mixing
Again the change of variables M = O~λO−1 , E ′ = O−1EO allows to perform first an angular integration, then the gaussian integration of auxiliary variables Eij .
O(n) vector model at n=-1, -2 on random planar lattices: a direct combinatorial derivation
It seems possible to have a change of the sign of the lag if we look to high enough energies (for example using INTEGRAL data).
A simple model for the complex lag structure of microquasars
To carry out this procedure one should represent the supermatrix Q (r) in the form of Eq. (63) and change the variables of integration V (r) to ˜V (r) as V (r) = V (ro ) ˜V (r) .
Random Matrices and Supersymmetry in Disordered Systems
As checks, one can make the change of variable z = r/v , in (26) and integrate with respect to U first.
Baysian inference via classes of normalized random measures
Changes of writhe are local integrals and get contributions only from the active parts of the curve.
DNA Elasticity : Topology of Self-Avoidance
To this end, the rate-of-change of these coarse-grained variables are estimated numerically from short bursts of fine-scale computation, and propagated in time with larger steps via the pro jective integration technique.
Equation-free, multiscale computation for unsteady random diffusion
During the fine-scale computations, the rate of change of appropriate coarse-scale variables is estimated numerically and subsequently represented on a coarser mesh and integrated in time with large time steps.
Equation-free, multiscale computation for unsteady random diffusion
In order to use coarse integration, it is important to compute the change of Ci (t) during the time interval [t, t + δ t]; equivalently, we want to know the change of the number of particles in [0, xi ] during the time step [t, t + δ t].
An equation-free computational approach for extracting population-level behavior from individual-based models of biological dispersal
Restricting the cup product to H 2k (M ) ⊗ H 2k (M ), the signature quadratic form Q takes the form: Q([ω1 ], [ω2 ]) = Z [ω1 ] ∪ [ω2 ] = Z ω1 ∧ ω2 The integral of any p-form has an intrinsic definition, i.e., it is devised to be invariant under any change of coordinates.
The Signature of a Manifold
Complete integrability of the system was proved by Flaschka in 1974, [Fla], by introducing a change of variables that allowed him to set the system in Lax pair form.
CMV matrices in random matrix theory and integrable systems: a survey
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