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measurable

adjective appraisable, appreciable, calculable, capable of being delineated, capaale of being quantified, computable, considerable, estimable, fathomable, measured, numerable, perceptible, quantifiable, ratable
Associated concepts: measurable pollutants
See also: appreciable, ascertainable, determinable
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Honeywell announced a new service management program for its distribution center customers that is tailored to specific, measurable goals to optimize performance and help reduce total lifecycle costs for material handling equipment and automation systems.
The inability to provide measurable results does not diminish the impact of print and broadcast."
The median time to PSA progression was 15.3 (95% CI, 9.3-27.1) and 18.1 (95% CI, 9.3-21.0) weeks for patients with measurable and non-measurable disease, respectively.
In fact between 1900 and 2016 sea level rose by approximately seven to eight inches, which is perfectly measurable against any harbour wall.
The automatic weather station atReigate Grammar Schoolhas recorded no measurable rain since 3.30am on June 18 - four and a half weeks ago.
Keywords: measurable attributes, units of measurement, quantity, word problem solving.
Cardlytics uses purchase-based intelligence to make marketing more relevant and measurable. Headquartered in Atlanta, Cardlytics has offices in London, New York, Chicago and San Francisco.
And measurable results will not show up for a decade.
However, one-third of measurable objectives in the topic areas of mental health and mental disorders, as well as older adults, were worsening.
Also, the set of all measurable functions f : [OMEGA] [right arrow] B(H) forms an *-algebra and is closed under the point-wise product.
In other words, Theorem 1 shows that the class of fully measurable Lebesgue spaces introduced in [1], where both X and [OMEGA] coincide with the interval I = (0, 1)[subset or equal to] R, coincides in the case of bounded exponents with the class of spaces introduced in [3].