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Definition of the noun capability
What does capability mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: capabilities
- the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally
- example: he worked to the limits of his capability
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonym of capability: capableness
- antonym of capability: incapability
- more generic word: ability = the quality of being able to perform
- more specific terms:
- associableness / associability = the capability of being easily associated or joined or connected in thought
- defensibility = capability of being defended
- executability = capability of being executed
- capacity = capability to perform or produce
- military capability / military strength / military posture / strength / posture = capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war
- performance capability / operating capability = the capability of a technological system to perform as intended
- overkill = the capability to obliterate a target with more weapons (especially nuclear weapons) than are required
- the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment
- example: the capability of a metal to be fused
- lexical domain: States - nouns denoting stable states of affairs
- synonym of capability: capacity
- more generic words: susceptibility / susceptibleness = the state of being susceptible
- more specific words:
- an aptitude that may be developed
- lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
- synonyms of capability: capableness / potentiality
- antonym of capability: incapability
- more generic word: aptitude = inherent ability
- more specific words:
Alternative definition of the noun capability
- The power or ability to generate an outcome.
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Capability: A Capability, in the systems engineering sense, is defined as the ability to execute a specified course of action. A capability may or may not be accompanied by an intention. The term Capability is used in the defense industry but also in private industry.
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by Philip Phan, John E. Butler
Capability: An organizational capability is a high-level routine (or collection of routines) that together with its...
Designing Human Systems (2006)
by Steve Hickey, Holly Matthies, Enid Mumford
Development capabilities Business capability is the ability of a business to perform a specified task. In the case of...
Technology Management (2016)
Activities and Tools by Dilek Cetindamar, Rob Phaal, David Probert
Capability is an ability to do something, consisting of strategies and operational activities. Capability is the ability to perform actions and since it applies to human capital, capability is the sum of expertise and capacity. Capacity is the ability to ...
An Introduction by Adam Szirmai
Social capability refers to the use a country can make of advanced technology and its capacity to acquire it in the first place. The opportunities offered by technological backwardness can be offset by lack of sufficient social capabilities.
Planning for Planners (2013)
Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) by Mike Santacroce
An ILO/capability is a standard force, including associated table of organization and equipment that is deployed/...
An ad-hoc capability is the consolidation of individuals and equipment from various commands/ Services and forming into a ...
by Lipo Wang, Xiuju Fu
with high classification rates and a compact architecture but a high generalization capability is a challenging task.
For consumers, access to broadband capability means that many new services and vast improvements to existing services will be available. These services could include real-time video in addition to telephony, so that families that connect ...
by John De la Mothe, Gilles Paquet
Thus the collective capability is a bundle of routines that are operated or carried out by teams of individuals for a strategic purpose. In this way the collective capability is an image of the firm's theory of its own activity and purpose. This is a view ...
by Railean, Elena
Organizational learning capability is an intricate multidimensional constructs and is a useful measurement of...
Organizational learning capability is the ability of an organization to implement the appropriate management practices, structures ...
Attributes of Survivors in a Changing World by George P. Huber
most important resource of the firm is knowledge, and if knowledge resides in specialized form among individual organizational members, then the essence of organizational capability is the integration of individuals' specialized knowledge.
COBIT 5 for Risk (2013)
Financial capacity—The capacity of the enterprise to provide financial support to enhance and maintain the IT environment whilst optimising risk Risk Management Capability Risk management capability is an indication of how well the ...
Cognitive Wireless Networks (2007)
Concepts, Methodologies and Visions Inspiring the Age of Enlightenment of Wireless Communications by Frank H. P. Fitzek, Marcos D. Katz
Intra-layer cognitive capability refers to the ability of the module to learn from various internal transport layer (e.g., TCP) functional modules (e.g., socket structures and transmission control blocks). In a situation where a busy Internet server ...
The Semantic Web - ISWC 2003 (2003)
Second International Semantic Web Conference, Sanibel Island, FL, USA, October 20-23, 2003, Proceedings by Katia Sycara, John Mylopoulos
Case II: Either capability or requirement are instances of a security protocol • General match: The capability is an instance of a protocol but the requirement is not. There is a general match if the characteristics of the requirement are a subset of ...
For if any actual mode can be denied of it, it is related to that mode, and limited by it ; and if any possible mode can be denied of it, it is capable of becoming more than it now is, and such a capability is a limitation. Indeed it is obvious, that the ...
by James Henley Thornwell
For if any actual mode can be denied of it, it is related to that mode and limited by it; and if any possible mode can be denied of it, it is capable of becoming more than it now is, and such a capability is a limitation. Indeed it is obvious that the ...
Philosophical pamphlets (1853)
by Henry Longueville Mansel
For if any actual mode can be denied of it, it is related to that mode, and limited by it; and if any possible mode can be denied of it, it is capable of becoming more than it now is, and such a capability is a limitation. Indeed it is obvious that the ...
by Atheistic platform
For if any actual mode can be denied of it, it is related to that mode, and limited by it ; and if any possible mode can be denied of it, it is capable of becoming more than it now is, and such a capability is a limitation The absolute cannot be ...
by Craig E. Carroll
Capability. Reputation. Capabilities are generally defined as a firm's ability to use and combine resources to do something valuable or useful, such as produce a product or develop an innovation. Because stakeholders, whether they are ...
by Chris Baldick
negative capability The phrase used by the English poet John Keats to describe the quality of selfless receptivity necessary to a true poet. In a letter to ...
by Informa Healthcare, Waldemar Karwowski
INTRODUCTION This chapter commences by indicating the need for a generic “Capability Acquisition Process.” It then outlines a generic process, indicating the main steps involved. Capability Acquisition is the upgrading of a company's ...
by Phillip A. Laplante
See carrierless amplitude/ phase modu- capability an object that contains both a pointer to another object and a set of access permissions that specify the modes of access permitted to the ...
Leadership Lexicon (2005)
by Bellingham Rick, Rick Bellingham, William O'Brien
Identify: Build: Drive: Strategic Opportunities Individual Capability Change Competitive Threats Organizational Capability Customer Capability Results ...
by E.G. Gregorich, L. W. Turchenek, M.R. Carter, Denis A. Angers
couche imperméabilisante capability The potential of an area of land or other resource such as water to produce food and Þber, supply goods and services, and ...
by Dixons Chair in New Media and the Internet Interdepartmental Programme in Media and Communications Robin Mansell, Robin Mansell, Peng Hwa Ang, Charles Steinfield, Shenja van der Graaf, Pieter Ballon, Aphra Kerr, James D. Ivory, Sandra Braman, Dorothea Kleine, David J. Grimshaw
Thus the capability approach in effect proposes a different “evaluative space,” which reflects the plurality of functionings and capabilities, as opposed to income, utility, or desire-fulfillment in traditional approaches. In this sense, the CA poses ...
by Douglas M. Considine
Soil-mapping unit Capability unit Capability subclass Capability class A soil mapping unit is a portion of the landscape that has similar characteristics and qualities and whose limits are fixed by precise definitions. Within the cartographic ...
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- Capability Meaning
Video shows what capability means. the power or ability to generate an outcome. capability synonyms: Wikisaurus:skill. Capability Meaning. How to pronounce ...
- ARCIS Training Module 3: Records Transfers - Explanation of each capability
Module 3: Records Transfers - Explanation of each capability Module Category: Records Transfers This video explains the records transfers capabilities that you ...
- ARCIS Training Module 9: Reference Requests - Explanation of each capability
Module 9: Reference Requests - Explanation of each capability Module Category: Reference Requests This video explains the reference request capabilities ...
- Vice Admiral Harward: Organic language capability is mission critical
Vice Admiral Robert Harward, deputy commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), has firsthand experience using locally contracted interpreters as a ...
- Amartya Sen on Language as Capability
- The capability of human language!! :)
- Multiple Language Capability at Fox Racing
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Scrabble value of C3A1P3A1B3I1L1I1T1Y4
The value of this 10-letter word is 19 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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