mathematizable (comparative more mathematizable, superlative most mathematizable)
- (chiefly philosophy and sciences) Capable of being analyzed or described using mathematical concepts or notation.
- 1979, Charles C. Lemert, “Language, Structure, and Measurement: Structuralist Semiotics and Sociology,” The American Journal of Sociology, vol. 84, no. 4, p. 944:
- Formalism seeks to correct this deficiency by translating verbal texts into formal, mathematizable lexicons which are then manipulated into general propositions.
- 2009, Helen Longino, “Perilous thoughts: comment on van Fraassen,” Philosophical Studies, vol. 143, no. 1, pages 25-32:
- This gap was a challenge to develop mechanical, mathematizable, models of the particles and their interactions.
able to be transcribed in mathematical concepts