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adj. Mathematics
Capable of undergoing integration or of being integrated.

in′te·gra·bil′i·ty n.
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omega) fulfills certain integrability conditions in the vicinity of [omega] = [pi], even the non-symmetric Shannon sampling series converges uniformly on whole of R.
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