this would make the system more intelligible to the general public
Able to be understood only by the intellect, not by the senses
apprehensible: capable of being apprehended or understood
well articulated or enunciated, and loud enough to be heard distinctly; "intelligible pronunciation"
(intelligibility) the quality of language that is comprehensible
(intelligibly) in an intelligible manner; "the foreigner spoke to us quite intelligibly"
(Intelligibility) The degree to which an individual's speech is understood by others.
(INTELLIGIBILITY) The quality, especially tape recorded speech, of being understandable in the sense that each individual word can be heard and recognized by a listener with normal hearing.
(Intelligibility) A generally subjective assessment of how understandable something is. In music and acoustics this refers to how well we can discern specific information in a particular listening space. ...
(Intelligibility) The ability of a sound to be discerned and understood by the audiences ears. Excess treble brittleness can reduce it in electric guitars. Cymbals sometimes have the same effect by masking the guitar sound in acoustically difficult venues. See Definition and Presence.
presented to the subject without any material being provided by sensibility. It is more or less equivalent to the terms supersensible and transcendent. (Cf. sensible.)