# measurable

## Japanese translation: 可測集合

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 English term or phrase: measurable Japanese translation: 可測集合 Entered by:

 14:45 Apr 3, 2002
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
 English term or phrase: measurable This is related to Automapping. Mesurables are sets of data relating to one specific Plate e.g. replicate data. I assume what it is, but I do not guess how it's translated.
 Minoru KuwaharaJapan Local time: 14:46
 可測集合 Explanation:This is from McGraw-Hill: 可測集合： measurable set［数］可測空間の部分集合のσ代数の要素。 I hope this helps!--------------------------------------------------Note added at 2002-04-03 17:43:20 (GMT)--------------------------------------------------I just found a paper that seems to use ¥"measurable¥" and ¥"measurable set¥" interchangeably: ¥"any finite union of measurables is measurable; when the intersection of two measurable sets is measurable, the sum of its measure with that of their union is equal to the sum of their measures.¥" The full document is here: http://www.chaos.org.uk/‾eddy/transcripts/measure.html
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Philip Ronan
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:46
 Thank you very much. Yes, measurable and measurable set would be interchangeably used in the same context. And a measurable may be alway a "set" composed of multiple elements that could be counted as plural. Much helps! 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

4 +1可測集合Philip Ronan
4可測的
 Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)
3数値化可能
 Maynard Hogg

25 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +1

Explanation:
This is from McGraw-Hill:

I hope this helps!

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Note added at 2002-04-03 17:43:20 (GMT)
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I just found a paper that seems to use ¥"measurable¥" and ¥"measurable set¥" interchangeably:

¥"any finite union of measurables is measurable; when the intersection of two measurable sets is measurable, the sum of its measure with that of their union is equal to the sum of their measures.¥"

The full document is here:
http://www.chaos.org.uk/‾eddy/transcripts/measure.html

 Philip RonanUnited KingdomLocal time: 06:46Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in pair: 94
 Thank you very much. Yes, measurable and measurable set would be interchangeably used in the same context. And a measurable may be alway a "set" composed of multiple elements that could be counted as plural. Much helps!

agree
 3 hrs

56 mins   confidence:

Explanation:

 Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)ThailandLocal time: 12:46Native speaker of: ThaiPRO pts in pair: 183

12 hrs   confidence:

Explanation:
I doubt that the above applies in a tech/engineering context, however.

 Maynard HoggJapanLocal time: 14:46Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in pair: 340

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