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- adj. Able to be calculated; calculable.
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In the Copenhagen formalism, one could calculate the probabilities of various outcomes assuming a measurement was taken at a particular time; during the interval between measurements, those “probability amplitudes” changed in definite, calculatable ways, while at the instant of measurement, another process took over and caused the system being measured to settle into a single eigenstate.
No matter what Hansen claims about CIs for the time series itself, that does not change the fact that your calculated trend through that noisy data set has its very own uncertainties, and therefore a calculatable CI.
FYI, the radioactive decay rate is calculatable from the strong and weak nuclear forces.
The current environment makes the adjusted book value number even less calculatable than it was before but can you give us an update about that?