A function $f$ is said to be integrable in the sense of Khinchin on $[a,b]$ if it is Denjoy-integrable in the wide sense and if its indefinite integral is differentiable almost everywhere. Sometimes the Khinchin integral is also called the Denjoy–Khinchin integral.
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