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A subset of APT.

[Sammet 1969, p. 606].


To make suitable for a particular purpose or new requirements or conditions, by means of modifications or changes.
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Marketing and in-store support will include a Colour Adapt Liquid Make-Up and Pressed Powder combination display, coupons for $2 off Colour Adapt Pressed powder with foundation purchase and educational graphics explaining the key benefits of the product.
With these capabilities--especially the ability to link logical and physical elements of the storage management process--the new architecture can easily adapt to networks relying on conventional storage environments or newer Network Attached Storage (NAS) scenarios.
Today, this preliminary design often is ignored as foundries accept what software vendors say as the gospel, never questioning the software's ability to adapt to their unique requirements.
The research above reinforces Ultimus' continued vision for more adaptive, flexible and people-centric BPM technologies; enabling organizations to deploy BPM faster; and to adapt it more readily to changing business rules and conditions; as well as organizational roles and responsibilities.
ENS products, services, and expertise allow carriers to adapt swiftly to changing industry conditions and maximize their current and future networks.
The blend of self and assisted service improves caller satisfaction and confidence, drives significant increases in agent productivity and enables the technology to dynamically adapt to changing caller needs.
In his "Advanced Technologies for Fraud Detection" session, Tony Kaus will present how technology "waves" have confronted fraudulent activity in the recent past, and how the next generation of fraud detection software can automatically adapt to prevent the next "wave crest" in fraud.
Bandwidth Adapt responds to bandwidth fluctuations and adapts video content as the fluctuations occur.
Company Successfully Adapts Its Proven Semiconductor Manufacturing