Definition of tractably in English:

tractably

adverb

  • See tractable

    • ‘Both types of problems seek to tractably compute summarizing statistics, or estimates, of hidden random variables based on related observables, and are formulated on an underlying graph.’
    • ‘This talk is about recent work on new ways to exploit preprocessed views of data tables for tractably solving big statistical queries.’
    • ‘Discriminative learning techniques have seen a surge of interest in the NLP community due their ability to tractably incorporate millions of dependent and linguistically rich features.’
    • ‘And if time permits we will discuss the case of sparse high dimensional data and the computational issues in tractably building very large probabilistic models from such data.’
    • ‘Thus our work enables experts in other fields to accurately and tractably mine massive data streams in their area of interest.’