scalable

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj scalable capable of being scaled; possible to scale "the scalable slope of a mountain"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Scalable Capable of being scaled.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • scalable Capable of being scaled, in any sense of that word. Also spelled scaleable.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Scalable that may be scaled or climbed
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L., a ladder.

Usage

In literature:

I remembered that the cliff hereabouts was of no great height and scalable in a score of places.
"The Adventures of Harry Revel" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Blake came down close to the intake, scanning every foot of the cliff face for a scalable break or crevice.
"Out of the Depths" by Robert Ames Bennet
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In news:

Crown to discuss scalable paths for fleet and operator management.
Additionally, the flexibility and scalability of system components allow them to be easily adapted to meet new conditions such as a growing business or changes in building use.
Scality and TeamDrive announce secure and scalable file-sharing and synchronization solution for private clouds.
Scientists Develop Scalable Process for Synthesizing Diverse Taxanes.
Scality And Teamdrive Announce Secure And Scalable File-Sharing And Synchronization Solution For Private Clouds.
Scalable , Modular ERP.
Marketside, he said, is suffering from the recession, competition and a lack of scalability .
I have heard various issues surrounding scalability issues when it comes to the Linux-based Asterisk IP-PBX solution, so I contacted one of my sources and asked about Signate's scalability claims.
Thus, they may achieving some scalability by distributing the load across multiple servers.
FrontlineSMS Version 2 Provides Intuitive, Scalable Messaging.
It is necessary to do the math up front to understand what it takes to make it to the promise land of scalability .
Here are four steps to determine if the business is largely scalable .
A Scalable System to Track Electronic Waste.
Although formal methods can resolve the nondeterminism problem, they are not scalable enough to handle today's multi-million gate designs.
DIVArchive offers a highly-scalable, file-based storage environment which can adapt to the needs of CBC as their media collection grows.
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In science:

Zyczkowski, Scalable Noise Estimation with Random Unitary Operators, J.
Random circuits by measurements on weighted graph states
Motivated by the problem of routing reliably and scalably in a graph, we introduce the notion of a splicer, the union of spanning trees of a graph.
Expanders via Random Spanning Trees
However, in practice, eļ¬ƒcient routing also needs to be compact and scalable; in particular, the memory overhead as the network grows should be linear or sublinear in the number of vertices.
Expanders via Random Spanning Trees
The problem of scalable routing in the presence of failures has motivated a novel construction of sparse expanders.
Expanders via Random Spanning Trees
Consequently, the scalability and concurrency of the Schur Complement method is limited. The Additive Schwarz method is similar to the block Jacobi iteration. For a SPD system, it needs two assumptions to be convergent, and the convergence speed depends on these two assumptions .
Virtual Transmission Method, A New Distributed Algorithm to Solve Sparse Linear System
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