Definition of discriminability in US English:

discriminability

noun

  • See discriminable

    • ‘Construct validity is assessed by convergence and by discriminability.’
    • ‘Particular, instantiated features are more strongly associated with their categories: they have great discriminability.’
    • ‘The blank interval separating successive stimuli was set to 100 ms to allow sufficient discriminability.’
    • ‘Thus, the current analysis indicates that the distractor-ratio effect was strongly influenced by the discriminability of stimulus dimensions.’
    • ‘Analog magnitude representations follow Weber's law, according to which the discriminability of two values is a function of their ratio.’

Pronunciation

discriminability

/disˌkrimənəˈbilitē/