doable

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj doable capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Doable Capable of being done.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • doable Capable of being done or executed.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Doable dōō′a-bl (rare) that can be done.
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Usage

In literature:

I'd ruther think He can do what's doable an' know what's knowable.
"Eben Holden" by Irving Bacheller
In fact, the whole thing might be doable from here on the ground.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover
And these stage-three clinical trials have shown how many miracles are in the realm of the doable.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

House debt plan is 'doable and signable '.
The National Economic Council's Gene Sperling on why he believes a budget deal will be doable.
With the right tools and some planning, bringing a powerful new crew member to the foredeck is a very doable job.
Deciding 'right thing' sometimes debatable, always doable COMMENTARY Robert H Smith.
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The jewel of Mideastern street fare, doable in your own home.
Those goals — revitalizing downtown, moving ahead on street repairs — appear doable.
"By eliminating debt it makes your retirement years a lot more doable," says.
But packing a nourishing, eco-friendly, budget-savvy lunch is doable.
We'll see in November how doable the first is.
Hottie, doable, nasty, and so on.
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Is Hill Country's 'Feed Your Face' Challenge Doable.
These little, doable ideas for romance and romantic things to do will spice up your sex life.
Some, however were only doable with certain kinds of scarves .
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In science:

Direct simulations of the c-quark are doable, but some care has to be taken to control the discretization errors . 2This extrapolation can be replaced by a -more safe- interpolation, by the use of an effective theory.
Status of heavy quark physics from the lattice
In practice, a full simulation is not doable since we need to take the large N limit to obtain a weakly curved gravitational background.
A Short Review of Time Dependent Solutions and Space-like Singularities in String Theory
Supersymmetry accomplishes EWSB while remaining weakly coupled, making a plethora of calculations – spectrum, cross sections, decay rates, etc. all doable.
Technicolor Signals at the LHC
This accounting is a nontrivial task, which is intractable for the full renormalized calculation but doable for the single-mode coupling of Eq. 52 provided that the axial amplitude A is much lower than a quarter-wavelength of the mode’s axial standing wave (A (cid:28) z0/p), a condition met for typical A.
Cavity Control of a Single-Electron Quantum Cyclotron:\\Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment
We should probably stress here that the wide survey should not be regarded as doable from the ground, because supernova distances at z ∼ 1 make use of y and J bands.
Dark energy constraints from a space-based supernova survey
This would be doable for very small texts (a text of 5 sentences has 120 possible orderings) but not for texts of a reasonable size. A more feasible way to validate our claim is to get multiple orderings of the same text from a large number of sub jects.
Inferring Strategies for Sentence Ordering in Multidocument News Summarization
The fact that this is doable follows from conservation of mass.
Non-adaptive Group Testing: Explicit bounds and novel algorithms
Due to the careful timing required, this scheme is challenging but possibly doable.
Fundamental quantum optics experiments conceivable with satellites -- reaching relativistic distances and velocities
Treating the charm quark on the lattice just became doable (cf.
Recent Progress in Lattice QCD
The vacuum expectation value is tedious to calculate but doable.
Parity Violation and the Nucleon-Nucleon System
This should be doable at least in the regime where this fixed point is closed to a Gaussian one, thanks to a small parameter in the rate of the two exponentials [BHL].
Constructive Field Theory and Applications: Perspectives and Open Problems
Therefore, in the following natural question was raised: what is the complexity of approximating the Jones polynomial for polynomially bounded k? It was left open whether it is BQP-hard, doable in BPP, or maybe somewhere in between.
The BQP-hardness of approximating the Jones Polynomial
For higher genus this program is theoretically doable, because hyperelliptic curves with non-trivial symmetry groups corresponds to symmetric configurations of ramification points on CP1 , but the number of possible symmetric configurations increases dramatically with genus.
On the $S_n$-equivariant Euler characteristic of moduli spaces of hyperelliptic curves
Loosely speaking, we are going to mimic a Petrovskii-type criterion for higherorder parabolic equations such as (1.4) (we must admit that, literally, this goal is not and cannot be achieved literally, but a partial progress is indeed doable).
On regularity of a boundary point for higher-order parabolic equations: towards Petrovskii-type criterion by blow-up approach
An interesting search doable with the first data is th at for heavy stable charged particles (HSCP); some models for new physics predicts the existence of heavy (hundreds of GeV), long-lived (enough to decay outside the detector) charged particles.
Summary of the "Electroweak and Searches in DIS and Hadron Colliders" Working Group
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