determinability


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determinability

(dɪˌtɜːmɪnəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being determinable
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This edition has been updated to incorporate new approaches on p-adic integers and modules and on the determinability of a module by its automorphism group.
This not only enables low dimensional descriptors to be used, but also further enhances the original descriptors by selecting the features with better determinability in subspaces.
This middle disposition [Stimmung], in which the psyche is subject neither to physical nor to moral constraint, and yet is active in both these ways, pre-eminently deserves to be called a free disposition [Stimmung]; and if we are to call the condition of sensuous determination the physical, and the condition of rational determination [Bestimmung] the logical or moral, then we must call this condition of real and active determinability [Bestimmbarkeit] the aesthetic.
The odd lines suggest that even in the imaginings of faces one has not seen there must be knowledge, recognition, and determinability. "Even dreams" must reside within the common-sense economy of experiential transactions; the imagined countenance must not be allowed to escape from public knowledge.
Are the fundamental principles on electronic commerce sufficient to declare that a smart contract creating or providing for a security interest is a functional equivalent of a security agreement, provided that the remaining legal requirements are met--namely, power to dispose, identification, sufficient description, determinability of secured obligations, or even in writing, where stated by law?
At once, the archive determines the future according to its structure of knowledge, and, it leaves open to the future the determinability of the archive according to what has yet to be revealed, uncovered, or brought to the surface.
and Cachanosky and Lewin seem to use these phenomena against the determinability of a structure of production, Lowe (1976, p.
Studying the determinability of groups of order 36, we proved that the direct products [C.sub.3] x [A.sub.4] and [C.sub.3] x B have isomorphic endomorphism monoids too [9, Theorem 6.1].
Beyond the rituals and the relics, what religion furnishes most essentially is a guarantee of the determinability of all meaning against the accompanying experience of senseless suffering and death.
The in determinability of traffic system behavior conditions continued decision making in management process and it requires a constant input of information about system functioning.
375, 379-82 (2005) (discussing failures of the pollutant discharge permit system including a low implementation rate, distorted implementation, and a lack of determinability, stability, continuity, and authority).