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 (dĭ-no͞o′mər-ə-bəl, -nyo͞o′-)
Capable of being put into one-to-one correspondence with the positive integers; countable.

[From denumerate, to count, from Late Latin dēnumerāre, dēnumerāt-, alteration of Latin dīnumerāre : dī-, dis-, dis- + numerāre, to number; see numerate.]

de·nu′mer·a·bil′i·ty n.
de·nu′mer·a·bly adv.
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(Mathematics) maths capable of being put into a one-to-one correspondence with the positive integers; countable
deˈnumerably adv
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(ˈkaʊn tə bəl)

1. able to be counted.
2. Math.
a. (of a set) having a finite number of elements.
b. (of a set) having elements that form a one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers; denumerable; enumerable.
count`a•bil′i•ty, count′a•ble•ness, n.
count′a•bly, adv.
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Adj.1.denumerable - that can be counted; "countable sins"; "numerable assets"
calculable - capable of being calculated or estimated; "a calculable risk"; "calculable odds"
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Let us consider a combinatorial class F which is defined as a denumerable collection of objects built of atoms represented by X according to some well specified procedure.
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Note that conditions (b) and (f) can be guaranteed if there exist either a finite set or sequence of nonnegative integer numbers [mathematical expression not reproducible] with [mathematical expression not reproducible] denoting the infinity cardinal of denumerable sets) and an associated set or sequence of nonnegative real numbers [mathematical expression not reproducible] such that
If for any complete preference subset of E, there is denumerable set {[x.sub.n]} [subset] M such that if x [member of] M, x [not equal to] sup M, there is [mathematical expression not reproducible], then E is said to be pseudo separable in incomplete preference.
It is well known that the function [lambda] [right arrow] min.ind(A - [lambda]) is constant on every component of [[PHI].sub.sf](A) (except perhaps for a denumerable subset without limit points in [[PHI].sub.sf] (A)) [11, Corollary 1.14]
Guo, Homogeneous Denumerable Markov Processes, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 1988.
Nunez-Queija, "Perturbation analysis for denumerable Markov chains with application to queueing models," Advances in Applied Probability, vol.
It is a state space that can be a limited and denumerable set or a nonempty set.
card(A) = [N.sub.0] indicates that the cardinal of a denumerable set A is infinite as opposed to card(A) = [infinity], denoting the infinity cardinal of a nondenumerable set A,
(We can assume that E does not contain points where [R.sub.n](t) = 0 because the set of such points is denumerable).
The path integrals are well-defined for systems with a denumerable number of degrees of freedom.