# interpretability in a sentence

- This will result in higher eigenvalues but diminished
*interpretability* of the factors. - Many model-theoretic properties are preserved under
*interpretability*. - Weak
*interpretability* can be shown to be a special, binary case of tolerance. - This concept, together with weak
*interpretability*, was introduced by Alfred Tarski in 1953. - The test uses a fixed bandwidth which reduces the power of the test and its
*interpretability*. - It's difficult to find
*interpretability* in a sentence. - Contrary to optical applications, defocusing can actually increase the precision and
*interpretability* of the micrographs. - The development of the 2011 questionnaire focused on accuracy, relevance,
*interpretability*, and coherence. - The strength of neuro-fuzzy systems involves two contradictory requirements in fuzzy modeling :
*interpretability* versus accuracy. - Therefore, it is not an issue of psychometrics, per se, but an issue of
*interpretability*. - storytelling device; one that gives his narrative something unique in games yet celebrated in film :
*interpretability*. - The ambiguity and
*interpretability* of these abstract concepts may drive them to decouple from each other over time ." - It must be pointed out that
*interpretability* of the Mamdani-type neuro-fuzzy systems can be lost. - They showed that the Bi-
*interpretability* Conjecture is equivalent to there being no nontrivial automorphism of the Turing degrees. - Of course, the
*interpretability* of the formula is lost, but this approach is very useful for repetitive numerical calculations.