Origin of integrator
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An unresponsive subject should be righted immediately, and the integrator should deliver a sub-xyphoid thrust to expel the water.The Bush Administration Homicides
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An integrator which draws an absolute picture of the sum or integral is better termed an "integraph."
The superiority of the integraph over the integrator cannot be better pointed out than by a concrete example.
Abdank-Abakanowicz's integrator however certainly went further in the practical direction than any previously constructed.
The new kind of integrator was really only an independent version of Boys' instrument, but in many respects a great improvement.
An instrument giving all three quantities simultaneously is known as Amsler's integrator or moment-planimeter.
- a person or thing that integrates, esp a mechanical instrument that determines the value of a definite integral, as the area under a curveSee also planimeter
- an arithmetic component with two input variables, x and y, whose output variable z is proportional to the integral of y with respect to x
- an arithmetic component whose output variable is proportional to the integral of the input variable with respect to elapsed time
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