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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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Although it is easy to purchase a new system and adapt it to your foundry, this capital expense is usually not part of the foundry's budget.
We as a company know that technology is always evolving, which is why we have continued to truly adapt to our customer's needs rather than simply adding a capability, just to have another feature.
Unveil Technologies provides conversational speech applications to contact centers that automatically adapt to your customers.
In contrast to existing slide show technologies where frames are selected based on a predetermined mathematical algorithm, NewsTakes' Bandwidth Adapt selects frames intelligently according to editorial rules and prioritization criteria determined by type of media and content.
RiverSoft provides advanced IP network management solutions that have been designed to adapt to the rapid pace of change in today's networks.
The adaptive learning technology utilizes a Web-enabled "Learning Style Inventory," which assesses a student's individual learning style and then adapts the specific course material to reflect this learning style as closely as possible.
com solution uses an Application Programming Interface (API) to adapt content that complies with standards set by the respected Aviation Industry CBT Committee (AICC) for self-paced learning and authoring tools.
Smart One combines artificial intelligence, multimedia technology and advanced training techniques to provide training software that dynamically adapts to the learning styles and abilities of individual users.
The new service, which is currently undergoing beta testing at various Web sites nationwide, adapts to fluctuating network conditions by intelligently distributing fresh and popular web content closer to end users.