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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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a customer, with better adaptivity to existing hardware/virtualized
Numerous AESs have been developed which provide adaptivity either based on knowledge or learning styles.
The proposed models showed significant improved adaptivity and higher performance in human-in-the-loop (HIL) experiments.
Simulation results validate the high adaptivity of our algorithm, demonstrating that the algorithm reduces the computation costs and inter-resource communication costs significantly, and it only takes a low incremental algorithm cost compared with traditional approaches.
Both the inconsistency of these approaches and the inadequacy of classical notions to address changing economic conditions during the Depression of the 1930s undermined the continued relevance of legal classicism and contributed to the evolutionary force of adaptivity in the Supreme Court's constitutional jurisprudence of economic liberty.
Triumph is using the Knewton API to enable adaptivity in new digital products aligned with the Common Core.
To help educators make informed decisions, the report attempts to clarify the levels and types of adaptivity currently available in adaptive learning programs.
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Systems operate under the principle that the sum of the interdependent elements holds inherently different characteristics and outcomes from those of the individual elements; this is the crux of complex adaptivity.
The web based educational system incorporates adaptivity and intelligence by building a model of individual learner's goals, preferences, and knowledge.
With better efficiencies and full adaptivity for both the inbound and outbound channels, it provides higher performance that serves the growing requirements of a range of end-users.
Afghanistan's kaleidoscopic physical and human landscapes," he argues, "heightened the importance of adaptivity and further reduced the value of doctrine.