I'm aware that we have a "regularization" tag, but I don't think this is the same as dimensional regularization. I've only just started learning about these concepts, so I'm not 100% sure, but I believe regularization is the idea of finding divergencies in integrals. Dimensional regularization is a certain method to regularize integrals almost always corresponding to Feynman diagrams.
I believe the distinction between the two is large enough that it justifies the "dimensional regularization" tag. Especially, because "dimensional regularization" plays such an important role in quantum field theory. What do you think?