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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

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[8], the following principles have been followed in adapting FISs: (1) context adaptation will not modify the rule-base as the rule-base is considered to be a context-free and universal knowledge; (2) context adaptation will not change the number of linguistic variables and, consequently, the number of corresponding fuzzy sets defined in the rule-base; and (3) context adaptation will not affect the sematic ordering of linguistic variables.
This research contributed to emergent practice for adapting instruction for the times.
Career counselors are challenged with educating themselves about the issues involved in administering and adapting international measurements.
According to Jacobowitz, it is Dorfman's knack for adapting as well as his "strong appreciation for community interest and working with nonprofessional dancers" that originally convinced her to invite him.
In adapting to cave life, the fish evidently had come to rely on some nonvisual sensory system--probably their lateral lines, which detect slight water displacement--to make their choices, say Plath and his coworkers.
Our Air Force has proven remarkably flexible in adapting to these new demands.
Perhaps more difficult than adapting to a new configuration as a band is learning to meld the old with the new.
In LTR 200236028, the taxpayer was solely responsible for adapting and customizing the ERP software.
* Learning Under Pressure: In the natural ecosystem, biological species survive by adapting as quickly as the rate of transformation of their predators and the ecosystem.
Two, Transferring & Adapting is a free new video created and produced by Altimate Medical, Inc., that helps people with spinal cord injury (SCI) learn to use transfer techniques successfully.
While adapting to market changes, a company must maintain its focus to succeed long term.
"By capitalizing on our significant R&D strengths and adapting proven PDP technologies, NEC is putting forth a tangible plan to be the first manufacturer to deliver plasma monitors in the 60+" screen size to the market."
This study investigated whether adapting instruction to gender-type preferences can improve the attitudes of students, especially female students, and their performance in mathematics.
Nope, he quibbled with the idea of adapting the novel as a stage musical.
"Adapting" implies that there is a plan to begin with, something to change, something to alter.
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