Riemann integral
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Etymology[edit]
Named after Bernhard Riemann, a German mathematician.
Noun[edit]
Riemann integral (plural Riemann integrals)
 (analysis) A type of integral whose computation involves dividing the interval of integration into smaller subintervals, summing sample values of the integrand inside those subintervals multiplied by their lengths, and letting the number of subintervals tend to infinity.
Translations[edit]
a type of integral
