English edit

Etymology edit

tractable +‎ -ity, from Latin tractabilitas.

Noun edit

tractability (countable and uncountable, plural tractabilities)

  1. The state of being tractable or docile; docility; tractableness.
    • 2023, Eric Sims, Jing Cynthia Wu, and Ji Zhang, The Four-Equation New Keynesian Model, The Review of Economics and Statistics 105(4), pp. 931--947
      At the expense of some realism, these simplifying assumptions afford a great deal of tractability, which allows us to make clear statements about optimal policy.

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