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- n. Susceptibility to measurement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the quality of being measurable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being measurable
The Web's measurability is front and center in the three-way Florida Senate race.
In fact I would argue that the correlation between habitability and measurability is to be expected from natural law.
Despite a renewed focus on "measurability" and return on investment ROI, there are few objective standards against which creative ideas can be evaluated.
Ad forecasts haven't taken a recession into account and so are redundant, wider financial problems point to a more severe decline and, despite the 'measurability' of web advertising, it is still not immune to the downturn.
Since then there is a widespread agreement among theoretical physicists, that the existence of a physical process depends on its precise measurability.
What you're looking for in terms of measurability is probably similar to that of other donors.
What it also brings -- something we're just beginning to understand the significance of -- is measurability.
With online measurability we gather, we evaluate: how many individuals visit a site; how many people click an ad, an article, a link, a YouTube video; how many followers on Twitter.
Thirty percent noted that the measurability of its ROI had an affect on enterprise adoption, as did privacy and security (12 percent) and difficulty in monitoring (9 percent).
Many people in the modern world have discarded the cosmological explanations of religion in exchange for the measurability of science.
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