Seems to me you're combining shooting techniques (bracketing, focus stack) with post pro processes (HDR, Pano). I.e. You use bracketing to get enough data to make an HDR. An HDR is pretty hard to do without starting from at least a few bracketed shots. Saying you want to end up with HDR at the end, then, automatically includes the fact that you need to bracket.
This is the same for pano. Saying you want to end up with a pano already includes the fact that you'll need to take multiple frames and stitch them together.
I guess what I'm trying to get at, is the terms you've listed are already inclusive of their own techniques, and very different ones at that.
Though, if you were going to try to lump them all into a category, I suppose "composite" would be the most global definition.