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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of separability

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of separability:
/sɛpɹ̩əbɪlɪti/

Derived Form of separability

noun
plural: separabilities
Noun
1
the capability of being separated
Type ofdisconnectedness, disconnection, disjunction, disjuncture,

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  1. angular coordinate and so on. So the separability of wave function is important in solving the
  2. differential equation as simply as possible. Therefore the separability of wave function
  3. goes over Descartes' notion of the separability of thought
  4. So, the first property that we will talk about is the separability. Now, if you analyze the
  5. So, you will find that by using this separability property what we have done is this 2 dimensional
  6. So because of separability, this 2 dimensional Fourier transformation has been converted
  7. So, because of this separability property, we have been able to convert the 2 dimensional
  8. we argued last time that in higher dimension the separability increases.
  9. And then, we can once the separability is ensured by mapping it into a higher
  10. Class separability Error probability
  11. maximize the separability When we minimize this weight vector we will
  12. the separability the two classes Here we show a simple example
  13. of non-separability as the very nature of Nature.
  14. Non-separability as science
  15. is the bad news. So, what is this linear separability? Let us consider a simple static function.
  16. and Paperts book called Perceptions to know more about this linear separability
  17. and non-linear separability. This book is published by Cambridge MIT press, 1969. However,