duplicability


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Noun1.duplicability - the quality of being reproducible
dependability, dependableness, reliability, reliableness - the quality of being dependable or reliable
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Ciccarelli, "Modification of gene duplicability during the evolution of protein interaction network," PLoS Computational Biology, vol.
Duplicability," "Persistence," "Dynamic, Changeable
One research direction may be to further test the duplicability and generalizability of the research model in the same or other public and e-government contexts.
The duplicability of digital data lends these gift economies overwhelmingly positive externalities, evoking the term "cornucopia of the commons" (Bollier, 2001), where every user is thought to gain more than will be contributed in return.
The big picture, of course, requires description and measurement of the developmental risks and constraints, the total costs of implementation and deployment, and duplicability. Here is a list of generic issues:
(59) Because more information is available in a smaller "package," electronic data is more conducive to replication and duplicability. (60) Several commentators, including the Sedona Conference and Professor Grenig and attorney Gleisner in their e-discovery treatise, have identified various overlapping categories of differences between e-discovery and traditional paper discovery, including volume and duplicability.