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A subset of APT.

[Sammet 1969, p. 606].
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To make suitable for a particular purpose or new requirements or conditions, by means of modifications or changes.
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"This ensures industry-leading wireless signal stability between the mouse and computer by adaptively scanning and switching to the strongest signal within the 2.4 GHz frequency band," Razer explained.
Gartenberg developed the Sonic Sleep Coach Alarm Clock iPhone app, which detects the sound levels in the room and plays sounds to adaptively block out noise pollution and elicit more restorative deep sleep.
This technique utilizes a specialized radar transmit waveform and a tailored chain of signal processing algorithms to adaptively suppress important classes of interference, while only requiring minimal additional hardware.
Lead researcher Scott Cairney said the study demonstrated that sleep strengthens both old and new versions of an experience, helping us to use our memories adaptively.
This scheme transmits mobile HD and full HD layers through DVB-T2 broadcasting system by using M-PLP(Multiple-physical Layer Pipes), and adaptively transmits 4K or 8K UHD layer through LTE CoMP with MMT(MPEG Media Transport) server.
Knowledge + quickly helps ascertain the level of learning of each participant on a particular topic and then adaptively presents learning materials on that topic that are tailored uniquely to the individual.
sapphire compact simplifies the workflow of complex and fast-paced live radio shows with features such as Autogain, which quickly optimises the dynamic range of microphone preamps adaptively with a single button.
Adaptive antenna beamforming is a technique used to receive desired signals and suppress interferences by adjusting the weight vectors of arrays adaptively. It has been widely used in radar, wireless communication, radio astronomy, and many other areas [1-3].
To capture more powerful attacks, Gentry and Waters [8] provided a stronger security model, called adaptive security, where the adversary can compromise users' keys and choose the target user set adaptively. They showed a generic method to construct adaptively secure broadcast encryption scheme by transforming semistatically secure broadcast encryption scheme, while the underlying semistatically secure scheme in [8] is based on a q-type assumption, which is considered to be too strong.
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For employers, when they post jobs, AI uniquely optimizes each posting and adaptively distributes jobs based on real- time performance monitoring on an extensive network of 1,000+ targeted niche sites.
ClearOne (NASDAQ: CLRO) has been awarded a new patent on technology for adaptively configuring beamforming microphone arrays, the company said.