- n. The state of being transformable.
“The RA is at the forefront of exploring complex dynamics in social-ecological systems and maintains a research focus on how to influence/manage resilience, adaptability, and transformability in such systems.”
“August 1st, 2009 at 11:41 am your point definitely makes sense, Kelsey. for me the issue of transformability, in your scenario, becomes less one of hardware vs. software but interest, use, personal enjoyment, usefulness, etc.”
“For the Christian, those are the lives that make not only belief in God but belief in humanity and its transformability, credible.”
“Resilience, adaptability and transformability in social-ecological systems.”
“Especially did Gramme and Siemens devote their scientific genius to the work of turning to good account the knowledge now fully possessed of the transformability of the electric current into light.”
“A trademark of Mike McCarthy's system is its transformability.”
“This work of communication (not in the sense of communication theory, but understood as the radical exposition of singularities, suppressing the rigid normative borders and opening up a space for invention and plastic acts of actualization of transformability) must have an exemplary status for society.”
“ More on the concepts of alteration and transformability can be read in my book”
“The concept car appeals because of its transformability not only with regard to its body, but also with regard to heating, and offers two attractive alternatives.”
“In some models, transformability also affects the visual appearance of the product, making them to look more technical and complex.”
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