**Undecidable** is a hypernym of **zeno**.

## As adjectives the difference between **undecidable** and **zeno**

is that

**undecidable** is (mathematics|computing theory) incapable of being algorithmically decided in finite time for example, a set of strings is undecidable if it is impossible to program a computer (even one with infinite memory) to determine whether or not specified strings are included while

**zeno** is requiring or involving an infinite number of intervals within a finite time.

## As a proper noun **zeno** is

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