displayable

displayable

(dɪˈspleɪəbəl)
adj
capable of being displayed
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Featuring upbeat music and a warm glow of delicate lights, Wishes Uncorked captures whimsical illustrated moments layered with paper for a charming handmade look in displayable bottles.
All planning variants must also be displayable as a visualization.
In September, the company unveiled the Wishes Uncorked collection of birthday cards, which feature upbeat music and a warm glow of delicate lights, capturing whimsical illustrated moments layered with paper for a charming handmade look in displayable bottles.
Points analyzed during driving by taxis equipped with TransLog are displayable once analysis is complete.
Pan and Houser (2011) showed that displayable rewards led to larger contributions compared to non-displayable rewards, especially among male subjects.
Commenting on the selection, Rosemary Crill mentioned that every piece apart from being handmade had to have a story to tell, "also had to be good to look at, in displayable condition, and the right size for the display area".
The multi-display system is able to enlarge the displayable content and make more room for multimedia content in particular to be presented clearly.
We review the steps from the text of Szeliski [6]: estimating the radiometric response function, estimating a radiance map by selecting or blending pixels from different exposures and tone mapping the resulting HDR images back into displayable gamut.
For these purposes, they do not want to function as accidental DBAs--they need lightweight, quickly displayable databases.
In order to be directly accessible as an audio-tactile, a smart figure must be printable to an embosser that can produce an acceptable tactile copy (or at some future date, be displayable as a useful haptic onscreen image).
The overall supervision of the income integration project requires an organization that makes it possible to assess these variables simultaneously, both the more displayable or formal (strategy, structure, or support systems and processes) and the more intangible or informal (people, shared values, the skills of both companies, and the management style).