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Noun
/inˈtegritē/,
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The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness,
  1. The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness
    • - he is known to be a man of integrity
  2. The state of being whole and undivided
    • - upholding territorial integrity and national sovereignty
  3. The condition of being unified, unimpaired, or sound in construction
    • - the structural integrity of the novel
  4. Internal consistency or lack of corruption in electronic data
    • - integrity checking

  1. an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting; "the integrity of the nervous system is required for normal development"; "he took measures to insure the territorial unity of Croatia"
  2. moral soundness; "he expects to find in us the common honesty and integrity of men of business"; "they admired his scrupulous professional integrity"
  3. Integrity is a concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations and outcomes. In western ethics, integrity is regarded as the quality of having an intuitive sense of honesty and truthfulness in regard to the motivations for one's actions. ...
  4. Blackout is the fifth studio album by American pop singer Britney Spears, released by Jive Records on October 27, 2007. Spears began working on this album as early as February 2006, exploring into electropop, synthpop and techno. ...
  5. Integrity is a band that formed in 1988, originally based in Cleveland, Ohio. Lyrical themes include religion, the supernatural, mental illness, individualism, the occult, and "holy terrorism". ...
  6. Data corruption refers to errors in computer data that occur during transmission, retrieval, or processing, introducing unintended changes to the original data. Computer storage and transmission systems use a number of measures to provide data integrity, the lack of errors. ...
  7. INTEGRITY is a real-time operating system (RTOS) produced and marketed by Green Hills Software. It is royalty-free, POSIX-certified, and intended for use in embedded systems needing reliability, availability, and fault tolerance. ...
  8. The Integrity was a cutter of 56 tons that disappeared on its way to Chile in 1805.
  9. Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code; The state of being wholesome; unimpaired; The quality or condition of being complete; pure; With regards to data encryption, ensuring that information is not altered by unauthorized persons in a way that is not detectable by authorized ...
  10. You may not take any actions that may undermine the integrity of the feedback system. We may limit the number of bids and listings you may place on the Site based upon the level of your feedback. ...
  11. Assuring information will not be accidentally or maliciously altered or destroyed.
  12. Differentia: Practicing one's convictions
  13. Data are protected from deliberate bias or manipulation for political or personal reasons.
  14. For the purposes of this document, 'integrity' is used in the wider sense of the word, meaning, "the state of being unimpaired; soundness" (source: The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition). ...
  15. Absolute verification that data or information has not been modified in transmission or during computer processing (JCS 1997). See also information integrity.
  16. Integrity is the need to ensure that information has not been changed accidentally or deliberately, and that it is accurate and complete.
  17. A moral virtue that encompasses the sum total of a person's set of values and moral code. A breach of any of these values will damage the integrity of the individual. ...
  18. Integrity, as a key concept, is the level of trust which can be placed on data. As the integrity of the data is elevated, so does the ability to trust that data.
  19. Ensures that (1) data is a proper representation of information, (2) data retains its accuracy, (3) data remains in perfect condition, and (4) the computerized data represents that in the source documents and has not been exposed to accidental or malicious alteration or destruction.
  20. n.  quality of being honest and morally upright
  21. Assurance that information in an IT system is protected
  22. in Building Pathology: soundness, with no part or element deficient in performance
  23. in the context of ecology, a structurally sound and fully functional ecosystem is one that is said to have "ecological integrity." Such an ecosystem is self-maintaining and resilient when disturbed.
  24. the property that an object meets an established set of expectations. One example of integrity is that changes must be accomplished in a specified and authorised manner. ...
  25. Integrity comes from the Greek words ‘integritas’ and ‘integra’ meaning whole. It enters into any aspect of one’s life. It’s belief system without faltering no matter how dangerous, how unpopular the person makes themselves to others. ...