Definition of Identifiable. Meaning of Identifiable. Synonyms of Identifiable

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Definition of Identifiable

Identifiable
Identifiable I*den"ti*fi`a*ble, a. Capable of being identified.

Meaning of Identifiable from wikipedia

- In statistics, identifiability is a property which a model must satisfy for precise inference to be possible. A model is identifiable if it is theoretically...
- personal information or personally identifiable information (PII), is any information related to an identifiable person. The abbreviation PII is widely...
- The "identifiable victim effect" refers to the tendency of individuals to offer greater aid when a specific, identifiable person ("victim") is observed...
- Identifiability analysis is a group of methods found in mathematical statistics that are used to determine how well the parameters of a model are estimated...
- identification (or partial identification) extends the concept of identifiability (or "point identification") in statistical models to situations where...
- The gathering of personally identifiable information (PII) is the practice of collecting public and private personal data that can be used to identify...
- A polity is an identifiable political entity – a group of people with a collective identity, who are organized by some form of institutionalized social...
- A profit center is a part of a business which is expected to make an identifiable contribution to the organization's profits. A profit center is a section...
- mouth syndrome, where there is no identifiable change in the appearance of the tongue, and there are no identifiable causes. Depending upon what exact...
- classes: pitched percussion instruments, which produce notes with an identifiable pitch, and unpitched percussion instruments, which produce notes or sounds...