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descriptive of modifications or changes which take place in an organism in order to take advantage of changing circumstances. See ADAPTIVE ENZYME, ADAPTIVE RADIATION.
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Career adaptivity, adaptability, and adapting: A conceptual and empirical investigation.
Unfortunately, the necessity for people to manage opposing processes between P and E is only proposed without further explorations in its implications to the conceptualization of conflict adaptivity and the utilization of effective adaptivity strategy.
In extoling parishes as hubs of missionary creativity Francis hinges that moniker on the ability of the parish (pastor and flock) to engage in self-renewal and adaptivity: I was once invited to partake in a parish renewal that was necessitated when a longtime pastor was asked to leave but did not go quietly into the night, and many parishioners followed him.
This "double" adaptivity is also used within the GMRES smoother to truncate the occurring vectors.
Lathouwers, "Goal-oriented spatial adaptivity for the SN equations on unstructured triangular meshes," Annals of Nuclear Energy, vol.
However, there are open issues like path adaptivity, path smoothness, and multiagent pathfinding whose solutions are in progress.
a customer, with better adaptivity to existing hardware/virtualized
Numerous AESs have been developed which provide adaptivity either based on knowledge or learning styles.
The adaptivity of sparsity level of the regularization terms has not been investigated carefully.
From this result, it is observed that the OK interpolation technique is more suitable for adaptivity procedures than the LSM that has been commonly used in the FE analysis.
Further, the frequency-shaped LQG controller is developed to possess adaptivity in online tuning the frequency dependent weights and the controller gain based on the Hilbert-Huang transform (HHT) technique [28] to adapt to the vibration evolution.
Gene regulatory networks are characterized by high adaptivity to rapid and/or unpredictable changes.