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ADAPT

(language)
A subset of APT.

[Sammet 1969, p. 606].

adapt

To make suitable for a particular purpose or new requirements or conditions, by means of modifications or changes.
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The company's flagship products, GridServer([R]) and FabricServer([TM]), virtualize business-critical applications and adaptively provision them across a real-time infrastructure.
BPA overcomes this challenge by adaptively learning which request sets go together to form individual business processes.
By leveraging the partnership between Teleran and MicroStrategy, customers gain a clear picture of their business performance, plus the added ability to understand and adaptively manage their business.
The full-duplex control adaptively monitors, detects, and processes incoming voice, echo, and noise signal power levels, and eliminates misunderstandings that come from syllable or word clipping.
Sabela Media's three-tier architecture is the only ad system available to adaptively target messages in real time across the entire Web.
Then, the Windeo(TM) Baseband IC processes the 3 channels simultaneously and adaptively using the IAR algorithms on wide band signals.
As the only ad server able to adaptively target messages, Sabela Media is ideal for advertisers who wish to profile people as they move around the Web.
The company's flagship products, GridServer and FabricServer(TM), virtualize business-critical applications and adaptively provision them across a shared infrastructure.
This new FCC regulation allows multiple-antenna systems that utilize beamforming technology to deliver more power than conventional systems, as they adaptively focus their energy directly at a client.
Part size is adaptively controlled by an in-process gaging system similar to the ones installed on the modified machines.
For each sampled point on the source aperture, the receptor aperture is adaptively subdivided.
He offers parents, educators, and policymakers a scientific analysis of learning--which views learning as, fundamentally, a physical, biological process manifested as the ability to modify output adaptively in response to experience--and discusses how knowledge of the scientific basis of learning can be used to improve education.