Riemann integral

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Named after Bernhard Riemann, a German mathematician.

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Riemann integral (plural Riemann integrals)

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  1. (analysis) A type of integral whose computation involves dividing the interval of integration into smaller sub-intervals, summing sample values of the integrand inside those sub-intervals multiplied by their lengths, and letting the number of sub-intervals tend to infinity.

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