WordNet Search - 3.1

Key: "S:" = Show Synset (semantic) relations, "W:" = Show Word (lexical) relations

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- S: (n)
**integration**, integrating, desegregation (the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community) - S: (n) consolidation,
**integration**(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"* - S: (n)
**integration**(an operation used in the calculus whereby the integral of a function is determined) *direct hypernym*/*inherited hypernym*/**sister term**- S: (n) mathematical process, mathematical operation, operation ((mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods)
*"the problems at the end of the chapter demonstrated the mathematical processes involved in the derivation"; "they were learning the basic operations of arithmetic"* - S: (n) permutation (the act of changing the arrangement of a given number of elements)
- S: (n) combination (the act of arranging elements into specified groups without regard to order)
- S: (n) differentiation (the mathematical process of obtaining the derivative of a function)
- S: (n) maximization (the mathematical process of finding the maximum value of a function)
- S: (n)
**integration**(an operation used in the calculus whereby the integral of a function is determined) - S: (n) exponentiation, involution (the process of raising a quantity to some assigned power)
- S: (n) arithmetic operation (a mathematical operation involving numbers)
- S: (n) matrix operation (a mathematical operation involving matrices)
- S: (n) construction (drawing a figure satisfying certain conditions as part of solving a problem or proving a theorem)
*"the assignment was to make a construction that could be used in proving the Pythagorean theorem"* - S: (n) relaxation, relaxation method (a method of solving simultaneous equations by guessing a solution and then reducing the errors that result by successive approximations until all the errors are less than some specified amount)
*derivationally related form*