Definition of learnability in English:

learnability

Pronunciation /ˌlərnəˈbilətē/

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noun

See learn

‘We explore the learnability of concepts from samples using the paradigm of sample compression schemes.’
  • ‘In this paper, it is demonstrated, via a counterexample, that E-stability generally does not imply learnability of rational expectations equilibria.’
  • ‘In contrast to ‘facility,’ (the other half of usability), learnability is almost always visual.’
  • ‘One useful tool for learnability is ‘intuitiveness’.’
  • ‘I believe learnability is a very important factor of rhythm games.’