providable

providable

(prəˈvaɪdəbəl)
adj
able to be provided
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Our current focus and strength is image recognition using deep learning technology, nevertheless, our enthusiasm always lies in finding the best possible solution providable.
The energy providable by a slow natural bum of coal in situ in the mountain would flow too slowly to support significant human scale work, while that made available by a lightning strike would flow too fast.
Closer to home, forensic evidence may convince us beyond any reasonable doubt that a person died due to a homicide, hence that a killer exists, without any method of finding the killer being provided or providable. (Maybe the mystery is genuinely unsolvable.) But, Dummett says, such considerations are irrelevant to mathematics; for example, the classicist's point that 'there is no absurdity in thinking of an infinite totality [say of physical objects] as already formed ...