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- n. the quality of being reproducible.
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- n. the quality of being reproducible
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The major label system is built on assumptions from ten or fifteen years ago, but really, it's fifty or eighty years ago, when the main building block of value was recordings, and, of course, that's the one thing that has inherently lost a lot of value with digital distribution and digital media in general, and the infinite duplicability of things.
It has also been shown that there are distinct differences between genes as to their duplicability
Yang J, Lusk R, Li WH (2003) Organismal complexity, protein complexity, and gene duplicability.