simplifiable

simplifiable

(ˈsɪmplɪfaɪəbəl)
adj
1. having the ability to be made less complicated, clearer, or easier
2. (Mathematics) maths (of an equation, fraction, etc) having the ability to be reduced to a simpler form by cancellation of common factors, regrouping of terms in the same variable, etc
Translations

simplifiable

[ˈsɪmplɪfaɪəbl] ADJsimplificable

simplifiable

adjzu vereinfachend attr, → zu vereinfachen pred, → simplifizierbar
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Where the deal is not simple or easily simplifiable, the exchange between a buyer and a seller is subject to time-consuming negotiations.
32); les totems ne sont pas tous frappes d'interdits, ou pas tous par les memes personnes et de la meme maniere ; toutes les prohibitions ne sont pas totemiques; une organisation dualiste n'est pas necessairement totemique, pas plus qu'une societe << en moitie >> n'est systematiquement exogame ; le totemisme est loin d'assumer une seule fonction (sociale: de reglementation des mariages; psychologique: de protection contre l'anxiete, selon Malinowski) ; il n'est pas simplifiable a un residu de matrices de signification et d'action qui se seraient parcellisees par scissiparite, etc.
4) Sociableness is neither of a linear, one-directional dynamics a la the Running Sushi, nor is it simplifiable and instant portable like the three-size Starbucks coffee.
When coloring the interference graph for a base region, delayed spilling may not remove enough live ranges to make the graph simplifiable.
At the end of the graph fusion phase, we are left with one simplifiable interference graph; we know how many live ranges to spill for each region and where to place the shuffle code, but no physical registers are committed to any live range.
Otherwise the segments are coalesced, although if the new interference graph is not simplifiable, coalescing may be suppressed (i.
23) Relatedly, theme-park or heritage history, with its concentration (usually) on the accessible, the simplifiable, the concrete, the nostalgic and the quaint, can also partake of this populist identity, so that the leisure entrepreneurs become the custodians of a view of social history (this time) which feeds on and reinforces a "common sense" of how past lives have been which rejects as frivolous or self-serving the complications and uncomfortable critiques presented by academics and others who challenge the consensus.