noun see distinguish

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  • distinguishability — noun The state of being distinguishable. The problem is separated into two parts: proof of distinguishability of codewords by receiver, and that of indistinguishability of codewords by environment (privacy). Ant: indistinguishability …   Wiktionary

  • distinguishability — n. recognizability, ability to be differentiated, ability to be noticed as different …   English contemporary dictionary

  • distinguishability — dis·tin·guish·abil·i·ty …   English syllables

  • distinguishability —  ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷əˈbiləd.ē, ətē, i noun ( es) : the quality or state of being distinguishable …   Useful english dictionary

  • Englert-Greenberger duality relation — The Englert Greenberger duality relation relates the visibility, V, of interference fringes with the definiteness, or distinguishability, D, of the photons paths in quantum optics. Gregg Jaeger, Abner Shimony, Lev Vaidman, Two interferometric… …   Wikipedia

  • X-Machine Testing — The (Stream) X Machine Testing Methodology is a complete functional testing approach to software and hardware testingM. Holcombe and F. Ipate (1998) Correct Systems Building a Business Process Solution . Springer, Applied Computing Series.] that… …   Wikipedia

  • Quantum relative entropy — In quantum information theory, quantum relative entropy is a measure of distinguishability between two quantum states. It is the quantum mechanical analog of relative entropy. Motivation For simplicity, it will be assumed that all objects in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Separated sets — In topology and related branches of mathematics, separated sets are pairs of subsets of a given topological space that are related to each other in a certain way.The notion of when two sets are separated or not is important both to the notion of… …   Wikipedia

  • Nominative–accusative language — Nominative accusative alignment Linguistic typology Morphological Isolating Synthetic …   Wikipedia

  • distinguish — verb Etymology: alteration of Middle English distinguen, from Anglo French distinguer, from Latin distinguere, literally, to separate by pricking, from dis + stinguere (akin to Latin instigare to urge on) more at stick Date: 15th century… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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