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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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The second main contribution of this article concerns the parametric specification of the separable demand system.
The separable wavelet transform Daubechies 4 and the multiwavelet transform D1-acc3-bal were applied to it and compared.
Downloadable conditional access (DCAS): the basis of the FCC's separable security requirement.
However, for separable spaces X it is so : separating subspaces of NA(X) are actually isometric preduals of X and thus in particular they are 1-norming.
2) It is easy to see that "compact metric [right arrow] relatively compact metric separable metric", and these implications can not be reversed from Example 2.
Patented is a laminate with a backing layer and a top layer, which are laminated together with a separable layer of permanently thermoplastic bonding material extruded by extrusion lamination.
197 goodwill relates directly to (and, thus, is not separable from) the property's purchase date.
It is considered that the population consists of two separable subpopulations, one in which a linear relationship among variables of interest differs and one in which a sample from the populations under represents or over represents one of subpopulations.
Things distinct by reason are separable only in thought by means of ideas not clear and distinct.
Offering an economical, time-saving alternative to vulcanized splicing, the hinged, separable joint allows fast belt repair, replacement, and cleaning.
Instead," Crary contends, "a nature/culture duality is dissolved within a single field in which machine and organism are not separable.
It sometimes happens that the main locale of a novel assumes an importance in the reader's imagination comparable to that of the characters and yet somehow separable from them.