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to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

Synonyms for decompose

separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts

lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current

break down

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Strictly speaking, this is not decomposability in terms of dimensions, since the information on all dimensions is needed to identify the multidimensional poor.
An eigenvalue based approach for assessing the decomposability of interdependent design project tasks, Concurrent Engineering 17(1): 35-42.
With respect to other measures, the Theil index has the advantage of satisfying a number of requirements (axioms) that appear to be desirable when identifying inequality; in particular it is easily decomposed into a within group and a between (or across) group effect (the so-called decomposability axiom), a property not shared by other indicators (15).
Nitrogen mineralization in relation to C: N ratio and decomposability of organic materials.
Building on Herbert Simon's work on the architecture of complexity and near decomposability (modularity), (49) I will show how hierarchy and redundancy allow property to solve the problem of multiparty interactions over resource use.
They start from the axioms of the utility theory and assume that the set of criteria satisfies the decomposability condition, i.e.
(7) This decomposability property is very useful in that it identifies the contribution of the delay from each subgroup (an airline or an airport) to the overall delay of the industry.
Table 3, which has been adapted from Zwarts (2005: 759), gives a more perspicuous overview of the decomposability of the prepositions discussed in this paragraph.