intangibility


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Synonyms for intangibility

the quality of being intangible and not perceptible by touch

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Beside the degree of society involvement, the classifications manifest the degree of intangibility and the heterogeneities in the types of service firms.
The following table is showing that there was a difference between expectation and perception of the student's intangibility, Reliability, Responsiveness, and Assurance dimensions.
Summary: Bringing together artists from the Middle East and Indian subcontinent, a show at the Farjam Foundation explores visual perceptions through intangibility
Data's intangibility means it's difficult for us to claim ownership.
It's a story whose power is found in its ambivalence, its exploration of the intangibility of the extraordinary.
But always there is an element of intangibility about why a particular creative approach to editorial and branded content and advertising elicits an emotional response.
For several decades, operations and marketing texts have differentiated services and goods along four characteristics: intangibility, heterogeneity, inseparability, and perishability.
The effort can be challenging because of the intangibility of some learning benefits.
The fleetingness and intangibility of experiences work well for a happy story of our remembering self.
In a similar way, there are a growing number of companies that are embracing the same philosophy of intangibility and faith with their services.
Due to the inseparability and intangibility nature of services, previous studies in relationship management mainly focused in manufacturing and insurance companies (Parasuraman et al., 1988; 1993).
(1) In the proposed method, we can use the colored images which, due to the high redundancy, have more storage capacity, as well as the intangibility of changes made either in terms of appearance or in terms of process measurement quantities, such as PSNR.
The trend toward intangibility is clear, though the rate of the shift varies across countries.