Definitions for "Generalizability"
Generalizability describes whether the results of individual studies and investigation samples can be applied to other studies and investigation samples. As part of meta-analysis (validity generalization) it makes a statement about the sample independence of the validity of a selection process.
Exists when research findings apply beyond the specific case examined.
Generalizability refers to the degree to which the findings from a study sample accurately represent what would have been found if the entire population had been studied.
Support for the user to extend knowledge of specific interactions within and across applications to other similar situations .
Keywords:  applicability, see
See applicability.