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reconfigure

To change the status of something.
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The collaborative work of our internal seating and electronics teams enables us to create technology that addresses the demand for efficient, reconfigurable and on-demand vehicle seating solutions.
They analyzed this "pre-stress" effect through curvature analysis during deformation using X-ray computed tomography and with a simple mechanical model that captured the qualitative behaviour of the highly reconfigurable systems.
Furthermore, UWB antennas with up to four reconfigurable interfering bands have been reported in [15] and [16].
Recent demonstrations in liquid-metal reconfigurable antennas include monopole [6, 7], dipole [8], planar inverted F [9], Yagi-Uda [10-12], patch [13, 14], and slot [15] antennas.
Some interesting works on MIMO reconfigurable antennas based on parasitic arrays [14, 15] as well as some novel low profile MIMO solutions [16, 17] have been previously proposed in literature.
Using the high-level abstractions of Haskell to model Run-Time Reconfigurable (RTR) designs to be implemented on partially reconfigurable hardware enables the designer to perform DSE in the early stages of the design flow and increases the productivity of the designer by abstracting away the unnecessary details of the design and the flow.
Our reconfigurable computing platform(TM) is based on a broad set of FPGA software for IT compute, network and security applications that are supported on a wide array of FPGA hardware designs.
According to Sachin Lawande, Visteon president and CEO, "The Velar is the first vehicle to feature Visteon's latest-generation, fully reconfigurable instrument cluster technology, which incorporates significantly enhanced software capabilities and processing power."
The pattern reconfigurable antennas without phased arrays have attracted a lot of interest in some applications recently.
In addition to being soft and flexible, the robots are reconfigurable and have a specially designed "soft balloon" body allowing it to stretch up to six times their usual length and bend.
Reconfigurable Computing Systems Engineering: Virtualization of Computing Architecture
SOPC design method and partial reconfigurable technology

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