Definition of computably in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/


See compute

‘No one has yet managed to model computably the confusing mix of irrefutable laws and chaotic events which seem to govern nature, making, for example, weather patterns so difficult to predict.’
  • ‘We shall take for granted the extension of these ideas to computably convergent complex sequences, and the natural definitions of computable continuity.’
  • ‘We build an uncountably categorical but not countably categorical theory whose only computably presentable model is the saturated one.’
  • ‘We show that any finite distributive lattice is a quotient of the computably enumerable degrees, and discuss extensions to the non-distributive case and how these results might provide a better understanding of the computably enumerable degrees.’