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Capable of being discriminated; distinguishable: discriminable faults; a skyline that was discriminable even through smog.

dis·crim′i·na·bil′i·ty (-bĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
dis·crim′i·na·bly adv.


capable of being discriminated


(dɪˈskrɪm ə nə bəl)

capable of being discriminated or distinguished.
dis•crim′i•na•bly, adv.
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Adj.1.discriminable - capable of being discriminated; "discriminable faults"
distinguishable - capable of being perceived as different or distinct; "only the shine of their metal was distinguishable in the gloom"; "a project distinguishable into four stages of progress"; "distinguishable differences between the twins"
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The workshop considered some of the challenging concepts that are encountered in court, including error rate, discriminability, certainty, variability, bias, uniqueness, and the identification decision.
He extended SAGE to construct positive and negative probabilistic hypotheses based on near misses, which are added to the retrieval criteria for the generalization pool to improve discriminability.
We attempted to maximize discriminability of the multiple-schedule components by selecting games with numerous differences in auditory and visual characteristics and by programming different response topographies for each game.
However, it fails to account for the magnitude characteristic points easily by utilizing this method, along with the shortage of discriminability.
The focus lies on making use of the color differences of the initial image in order to retain feature discriminability in the grayscale appearance of the output.
This comparison experiment between LCD and LED was carried out and SSVEP signals were both evoked by these two devices with flickers; still there are apparent spectrum frequency differences between attentive and inattentive states of subject; moreover the topological graph in LED mode suggests that the SSVEPs evoked by it have the strong discriminability, which is an important feature when studying the spatial selective attention.
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To sum up, nearest neighbor classifiers often make strong assumptions on descriptor robustness and discriminability while machine learning approaches need high and diverse number of training samples.
An explanation based on the different discriminability of positive and negative expressions has been proposed by Johnston, Katsikitis, and Carr (2001), and Johnston, Devir, and Karayanidis (2006).