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A capability is the ability to perform or achieve certain actions or outcomes through a set of controllable and measurable faculties, features, functions, processes, or services.
As it applies to human capital, capability represents the intersection of capacity and ability.
It is a component within the theories of:
- Capability-based security and Capability-based addressing in computing
- Capability approach in welfare economics
- Capability management in the defence sector
- Capability (systems engineering), used in the defense industry but also in private industry (e.g. Gap analysis)
- Capability Brown, an English landscape artist
- Capability Green
- Capability Maturity Model
- Capability Maturity Model Integration
- Capability Development Group
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