In a classification of mathematical objects such as topological spaces, two criteria are said to be comparable when the objects that obey one criterion constitute a subset (or subclass) of the objects that obey the other one (so the T1 and T2 axioms are comparable, while the T1 axiom and the sobriety axiom are not).
See also comparison.
Financial Accounting Reform in Flemish Municipalities: An Empirical Study of the Comparability of the Annual Accounts
Jul 01, 2000; ABSTRACT. The purpose of this research is to examine the accounting output of the reformed financial accounting system of...