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Noun Concept
Categories: Structural engineering, Information architecture, Technical communication, Building engineering, Human–computer interaction
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serviceability  serviceableness  usableness  useableness  usability
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The quality of being able to provide good service WordNet 3.0
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The quality of being able to provide good service WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
In civil engineering and structural engineering, serviceability refers to the conditions under which a building is still considered useful. Wikipedia
Usability can be described as the capacity of a system to provide a condition for its users to perform the tasks safely, effectively, and efficiently while enjoying the experience. Wikipedia
The ease of using a given object Wikipedia Disambiguation
Learnability and ease-of-use of a helpful tool, system, etc. intended for human use Wikidata
The property of being able to be serviced. Wiktionary
Property of being able to be serviced. Wiktionary (translation)
The state or condition of being serviceable. Wiktionary
The state or condition of being usable. Wiktionary
The quality of being usable. Wiktionary
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The train had poor serviceability; its mechanical parts were hard to access. Wiktionary