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(from something) (into something) and evolve out of something (into something) to develop from something to something else; to develop from a more primitive form to the present form. This creature evolved from a smaller, horselike creature into what we know as a horse. The human brain evolved out of a smaller and less complex form into the brain of today.
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Section 5 presents the key query plan algorithm and the dynamic generation of evolvable WSDL/SOAP interface for query answering in UCDS.
Being evolvable and adaptable will be vital in our efforts to optimize and squeeze every bit of value from each taxpayer dollar, and every bit of capability from our weapon systems.
After summarizing the construction of printed circuits, he describes the evolvable design of experiments, surveys case studies, and explores evolvability.
What I think is that the Constitution is obviously not meant to be evolvable so easily that in effect a court of nine judges can treat it as though it is a bring-along-with-me statute and fill it up with whatever content the current times seem to require.
The idea is to enable authors to create evolvable courseware with reusable components.
Applied software research & development using object-oriented & component-ware techniques to provide evolvable software solutions for large, complex or volatile problem areas
The tactical targeting network technology (TTNT) program, funded by DARPA, will develop, evaluate, and demonstrate rapidly reconfigurable, affordable, robust, interoperable, and evolvable communications technologies specifically designed to support emerging networked targeting applications devised to keep fleeting targets at risk.
For future missions, NASA needs machines that are resilient, evolvable, serf-sufficient, ultra-efficient, and autonomous.
While we consider mainly mechanical elements in this article, it might be possible to go further than just manufacturing the structure when considering programmable chips, hardware independent design techniques (very high-speed integrated circuit hardware description language), standardization, or evolvable hardware.
Technology company CEOs must take an active role in formulating, quantifying, and promulgating values that encourage the development of sustainable, evolvable, and/or breakthrough technologies.
Genetic Programming & Evolvable science, r&d
Korkin, who moved to Boulder from Russia a decade ago, sees a future where the impact of evolvable technology is ubiquitous.
The bionic hand was created by electronics engineer Tetsuya Higuchi and his team at Evolvable Systems Laboratory in Ibaraki, Japan.
Universal institutions promote evolvable organizations.