Definition of Amenability. Meaning of Amenability. Synonyms of Amenability

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Definition of Amenability

Amenability
Amenability A*me`na*bil"i*ty, n. The quality of being amenable; amenableness. --Coleridge.

Meaning of Amenability from wikipedia

- Mahlon M. Day introduced the English translation "amenable", apparently as a pun on "mean". The amenability property has a large number of equivalent formulations...
- Amenable may refer to: Amenable group Amenable species Amenable number Amenable set Agreeableness...
- An amenable number is a positive integer for which there exists a multiset of as many integers as the original number that both add up to the original...
- implies that any amenable linear group is locally virtually solvable; hence, for linear groups, amenability and elementary amenability coincide. Chou,...
- topology Mackey–Arens theorem Montel space Polar set Polar topology Seminorm Amenable group Von Neumann conjecture Basis function Daubechies wavelet Haar wavelet...
- Amenable species is a term used within the context of USDA's meat and poultry inspection program to signify exotic species (livestock and fowl not covered...
- has a Følner sequence with respect to its action on itself, the group is amenable. A more general notion of Følner nets can be defined analogously, and is...
- curvature, flat manifolds are characterized as precisely those with an amenable fundamental group. This is a consequence of the Adams-Ballmann theorem...
- implying an unwarranted application of science in situations considered not amenable to application of the scientific method or similar scientific standards...
- construction of Hinduism as indifferent to ethics and life-negating. "The amenability of Vedantic thought to both Christian and Hindu critics of 'idolatry'...
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