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to be disclosed gradually

to disclose bit by bit

to arrive at through reasoning

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This paper presents an evolvable lossy image representation, approximating an image by comparing it to its evolved generated counterpart image.
To achieve pervasiveness and context awareness, the two important characteristics of u-learning, the learning space needs to be based on an educational cloud platform, which consists of pervasive network connections, content-aware devices, evolvable learning resources, cognition networks, learning designs, and community networks.
Software is one of the most evolvable phenomena in our modern time, and a form of fragmentary digital good but clearly distinguishable as two families; FOSS and PCSS.
Understanding the goal categories allows the collective/coordinated action to succeed, driven by local leaders who are adaptable, evolvable, resilient, and sensitive to current and local conditions.
Other kinds of participatory parks can include unusual designs for game boards by involving the people playing them, stages for people interested in performing arts, history walks with symbols of the past contributed by local citizens and built-in places for time capsules, artistic gardens that bloom in concert with the people who get involved, evolvable playgrounds that grow along with the thinking of "play," and so much more.
Evolvable hardware/software such as integration of industrial systems, intelligent diagnosis, effective maintenance for equipment and system, hitech machinery industry and intelligent sensors.
Lipnitskaya, "Multiple-Valued Combinational Circuits Synthesized Using Evolvable Hardware Approach," Proc.
However, these efforts have not been properly linked together so far, due to which an integrated framework for glaciers study and mitigation strategy could not be evolvable.
The literature, however, disagrees on whether risk propensity is a stable or evolvable personality trait.
Let us suppose that every such cube contains S square metres of a cloth (that need not be evolvable into a plane).
Zhao, "Tiny web services: design and implementation of interoperable and evolvable sensor networks," in Proc.
36) Everything suggests that the genetic code is evolved and evolvable after all.
As for the third issue, we adopt a dynamic evolvable approach to producing and publishing data service that make the data service more adaptable to client quest.
This calls not just for "more" or "better" systems in response, but also for more autonomous and evolvable systems, which, we believe, would prove effective in helping us contain, at least in part, our problem of rising costs.