Integrated

• (imp. & p. p.) of Integrate
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integrated

structured adjective resembling a living organism in organization or development; `society as an integrated whole`
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integrated

Said in reference to a random process. A random process is said to be 'integrated of order d' (sometimes denoted I(d)) for some natural number d if the series that would remain after one took first differences d times would be covariance stationary. Example: a random walk is I(1). Example: 'Most macroeconomic flows and stocks that relate to po...
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Integrated

To make into a whole by bringing all parts together; unify.
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Integrated

units or cabinets perform more than one feature
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Integrated

when applied to an oil company, it indicates a firm that operates in both the upstream and downstream sectors (from exploration through refining and marketing)
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Integrated

When intergrated is used, it means that 2 or more devices have been made into one device. For example, many motherboards have sound cards built into the board making it an integrated sound card.
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integrated

[adj] - resembling a living organism in organization or development 2. [adj] - formed into a whole or introduced into another entity 3. [adj] - not segregated
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