nonquantifiable

nonquantifiable

(ˌnɒnˈkwɒntɪˌfaɪəbəl)
adj
not capable of being quantified
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Gray's key assumptions emphasize that all future events are unknown and nonquantifiable, so all defense planning serves to reduce uncertainty rather than guarantee outcomes.
Officials were hesitant to give up the human role in decisions to an impersonal matrix of facts resulting in conclusions that exclude emotions, media scrutiny, politics, and other nonquantifiable factors.
Here are some quantifiable and nonquantifiable benefits to consider:
Some people contend that GMOs pose risks to the environment (including biodiversity), to intelligible moral commitments, or to nonquantifiable values.
Stated another way, high-stakes standardized testing marginalizes nonquantifiable understandings.
However, a minimal pre-tax profit or nonquantifiable benefit is sufficient, even if it is dwarfed by the tax benefits.
factors, both quantifiable and nonquantifiable, but makes no reference
92) Opponents criticize it for reducing incommensurables to a common denominator, for smuggling in controversial value judgments and hidden margins of discretion, and for crowding out nonquantifiable considerations.
From this basic idea--that economic value exists only in "the consciousness of men"--it follows that the decisions made by individual agents has a subjective or nonquantifiable character.
While there were indicators that the city was doing well in many aspects, she said there was still a need to come up and agree on indicators-especially nonquantifiable ones-to determine if Iloilo could really be a development model.
3) Calculate nonquantifiable indicators by using calculation method of Fuzzy Composite Operators in multiplying and bounded operator [25] and combining with Cloud algorithms.
As presented in (9), desired velocity only takes the observable variables having a systematic relationship with the steering behaviour into consideration and avoids the effects of nonquantifiable subjective factors including user experience and task urgencies: