Definition of differentiability in English:

differentiability

Pronunciation /-ˌrenSHəˈbilitē/

noun

See differentiable

‘However, continuity does not imply differentiability.’
  • ‘Most efficiently, some mathematical properties about transitions between time points, such as continuity or differentiability along time, can be used to constrain the behavior of the variables.’
  • ‘For example, the important distinctions between continuity and differentiability and between uniform and pointwise continuity seem to have no basis in intuition.’
  • ‘Because of the demands of differentiability in distribution theory, the spaces of test-functions and their duals are somewhat more complicated.’
  • ‘His work on functions of a real variable include results on functional series, differentiability of functions and Baire's classification.’