Definition of Contractibility. Meaning of Contractibility. Synonyms of Contractibility

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Definition of Contractibility

Contractibility
Contractibility Con*tract`i*bil"i*ty, n. Capability of being contracted; quality of being contractible; as, the contractibility and dilatability of air. --Arbuthnot.

Meaning of Contractibility from wikipedia

- A contract is an agreement that specifies certain legally enforceable rights and obligations pertaining to two or more parties. A contract typically involves...
- (strongly) locally contractible but not contractible. Strong local contractibility is a strictly stronger property than local contractibility; the counterexamples...
- In moral and political philosophy, the social contract is an idea, theory or model that usually, although not always, concerns the legitimacy of the authority...
- quasi-contract (or implied-in-law contract or constructive contract) is a fictional contract recognised by a court. The notion of a quasi-contract can be...
- Contract with God may refer to: A covenant with God A Contract with God, a graphic novel by Will Eisner Contract with God, the UK title for a novel by...
- Hitman: Contracts is a 2004 stealth video game developed by IO Interactive and published by Eidos Interactive for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and...
- In contract law, a contract of sale, sales contract, sales order, or contract for sale is a legal contract for the purchase of ****ets (goods or property)...
- An executory contract is a contract that has not yet been fully performed or fully executed. It is a contract in which both sides still have important...
- oral contract is a contract, the terms of which have been agreed by spoken communication. This is in contrast to a written contract, where the contract is...
- by ****uo Kakutani, who may have first written down a proof of the contractibility of the unit sphere. But the result was anyway essentially known (in...