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separable

adjective breakable, cleavable, divisible, partible, severable
Associated concepts: joint and separable liability, separabillty of arbitration, separable controversy, separable interest, separate provision
See also: divisible, divisive, moving, severable
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Our approximation scheme leaves, as in the one-dimensional case, all well-known properties of convexity and separability of the MMA unchanged with the following major advantages:
The simulation results have shown a representation of the dispersion of cloud points of Vibration Analytics Signal (AVS) for a healthy and faulty bearing that the dispersion parameter confirms the separability of classes (healthy bearing class and faulty bearing class).
The realization of the generated decision matrix of high separability alternatives in the case of normal distribution when [sigma] = 0.
While the basic principle of separability can be stated succinctly, the doctrine's precise parameters vary somewhat according to national law.
The above contributions extended Yaari's model in several directions but have in common that they all maintain the assumption of additive separability of preferences.
36) have stressed that two-stage approaches rely on this separability condition.
Keywords: support vector machine, decision tree, class separability, information gain, Gini Index and Chi-squared, interclass scatter, intraclass scatter.
The unhistorical nature of Hart's work was groundbreaking and was a necessary pre-requisite for his separability thesis.
For these authors, the key to accessing the potential of a breakthrough service innovation is to think about it in terms of two attributes: the service's core benefits and the separability of its use from its production.
The inherent modularity and separability of IFE provides significant benefits when considering power plant development, operations, and evolution.
While Boethius' Lady Philosophy urges him "to transcend the physical through the physical," suggesting the ultimate spiritual teleology of allegory, Bishop "balances that impulse with an emphasis on physical experience that defies the separation, or separability, of body, mind, and spirit" (80).