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in·te·gral

(in-te'grăl),
1. Constituent.
2. Integrated.
3.

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The definitions include the Newton integral, the Riemann integral, the Lebesgue integral, and the gauge integral, which had been proposed in different senses.
For the reader's convenience, let us first recall the definition of Riemann integral for abstract-valued functions from a finite real interval to an RN module and a sufficient condition for such a function to be Riemann-integrable [10].
[1] Ding chuan song, Lee Peng Yee, Generalized Riemann integral, Science Press.
This functional palys an important role in approximating the Stieltjes integral [[integral].sub.a.sup.b] f (x) du (x) in terms of the Riemann integral [[integral].sub.a.sup.b] f (t) dt and the divided diference of the integrator u.
If the integral [[integral].sup.[infinity].sub.0] f(t)dt exists as an improper Riemann integral, then