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The state or degree of being easily or conveniently done,
  1. The state or degree of being easily or conveniently done
    • - the feasibility of a manned flight to Mars

  1. the quality of being doable
  2. (feasible) capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are
  3. The state of being feasible or possible
  4. (Feasible) Capable of being accomplished with a reasonable amount of effort, cost, or other hardship. With regard to ADA compliance, feasibility is determined on a case-by-case basis. ...
  5. (Feasible) The set of mechanisms from which the seller may choose to sell her good.
  6. (Feasible) When used in reference to the funding of an acquisition or transfer of capital on borrowed money, the quality of a capital project that can generate, or reasonably be expected to generate, an income sufficient to repay the loan, within a reasonable period. (See "Credit, Capital".) TOP^
  7. (feasible) adj. 1 practicable, possible; easily or conveniently done. 2 disp. likely, probable...
  8. Feasible means, for the purpose of this program, that an action, such as a development project, mitigation, or preservation requirement, meets all of the following conditions:
  9. The mechanism for balancing business constraints with technology constraints to produce a cost-effective solution.
  10. A determination that something can be done. A feasibility report is required in some planning processes to examine the situation and determine if a workable solution can be developed and implemented.
  11. The part of the application development life-cycle where decisions are made about whether to go ahead or abandon the project. Issues such as cost, business case and risk are accessed during the Feasibility stage.
  12. The practical extent to which a project is capable of being successfully performed.
  13. The analysis that determines whether or not a mine would pay for itself and bring economic benefits.
  14. [JP 1-02] (DoD) Operation plan review criterion. The determination of whether the assigned tasks could be accomplished by using available resources. See also acceptability; adequacy; completeness; suitability.
  15. The feasibility of providing a specific test depends on the availability of all the elements needed to conduct the test: proper equipment; standard operating procedures; adequate quality of water and reagents; and a clean, constant power supply. ...
  16. Likelihood of being successfully completed.
  17. Driving questions that can be carried out by students to perform investigations and are developmentally appropriate.
  18. The degree to which an objective is amenable to solution with predictable resources and risk.
  19. The likelihood that the sample request can be met using available sampling resources.
  20. a preliminary study undertaken to determine and document a trial/study's viability. The results of this study are usually used to make a decision whether or not to proceed with further trials/studies.
  21. Initial review of your prospective DRTV project to determine if it meets basic DRTV success criteria.
  22. Refers to practical and logistic concerns related to administering the evaluation instrument. (e.g. Is it reasonably suited to your time constraints, staffing, and/or budgetary resources?)
  23. A pre-paid amount of design time used to research and report the limitations, anticipated costs and other findings prior to entering into a Design/Build Agreement. May include a Demolition & Discovery Agreement. ...
  24. Capable of being completed to meet goals. The feasibility of a proposed new product has two dimensions: a) Technical Feasibility (i.e., will the product work?) and b) Financial Feasibility (i.e., will the product make an adequate return on investment for the enterprise?)
  25. One of the four criteria for evaluating research problem areas and formulating research questions out of the problem areas.