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Definition

Provability or provable (and disprovability or disprovable) may refer to:

- to establish the truth or genuineness of, as by evidence or argument to prove one's claim.
- Law.
- to establish the authenticity or validity of (a will); probate.
- to give demonstration of by action.
- to subject to a test, experiment, comparison, analysis, or the like, to determine quality, amount, acceptability, characteristics, etc. to prove ore.
- to show (oneself) to have the character or ability expected of one, especially through one's actions.
- Mathematics.
- to verify the correctness or validity of by mathematical demonstration or arithmetical proof.
- Also proof. Printing.
- to take a trial impression of (type, a cut, etc.).

Probability is the branch of mathematics concerning numerical descriptions of how likely an event is to occur, or how likely it is that a proposition is true. The probability of an event is a number between 0 and 1, where, roughly speaking, 0 indicates impossibility of the event and 1 indicates certainty.[note 1] The higher the probability of an event, the more likely it is that the event will occur. A simple example is the tossing of a fair (unbiased) coin. Since the coin is fair, the two outcomes ("heads" and "tails") are both equally probable; the probability of "heads" equals the probability of "tails"; and since no other outcomes are possible, the probability of either "heads" or "tails" is 1/2 (which could also be written as 0.5 or 50%).

- likely to occur or prove true He foresaw a probable business loss. He is the probable writer of the article.
- having more evidence for than against, or evidence that inclines the mind to belief but leaves some room for doubt.
- affording ground for belief.
- likely to be or to happen but not necessarily so
- most likely
- a person who is probably to be chosen for a team, event, etc

Synonyms

- certain
- conclusive
- confirmable
- deductible
- demonstrable
- testable
- undoubtable
- verifiable

- apparent
- credible
- feasible
- plausible
- possible
- presumed
- reasonable
- mortal
- rational
- believable

Word used in Sentences

- 1. Formerly unliquidated damages in tort were not provable debts but they are now covered by the wide nature of r 12.3.
- 2. I think there will never be a provable answer to this but I'm confident that shopping online is better for the environment.
- 3. The construction of a provable hash algorithm is developed based on the operations from various groups, also, a safety message authentication code is presented by the result.
- 4. Provable Security is the essential requirement of modern cryptographic schemes.
- 5. It's provable and confirmable for the combination literature and society on Chiung-Ming Cheng's poems and personality.
- 6. Traditional cryptographic encryption can achieve provable security but is unfortunately sensitive to a single bit error, which will cause an unreliable packet to be dropped creating packet loss.
- 7. Chapter 9 on provable intractability , and Chapter 10 on advanced topics, including approximation algorithms, alternation, interactive proof systems, cryptography, and parallel computing.
- 8. The protocols are efficient and provable secure and can tolerate the malicious behavior of up to half of the proxies.
- 9. Provable security means the scheme can be proven secure and it can withstand cryptanalytic attacks.
- 10. There is now a direct, provable link between an organization's flexibility and business performance.

- 1. The probable cause of the fire was faulty wiring.
- 2. Scientists have computed the probable course of the rocket.
- 3. The probable cause of death was heart failure.
- 4. A storm is probable today.
- 5. It is probable that he has forgotten our appointment.
- 6. The probable outcome of the talks is a compromise.
- 7. With England leading 3-0, the probable result is an England victory/England are the probable winners.
- 8. It is probable that the medication will suppress the symptom without treating the condition.
- 9. It is probable to finish the job before dark.
- 10. It is hardly probable that he will succeed.

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