transform to

transform someone or something (from someone or something) (in)to someone or something

to change someone or something from someone or something into someone or something else. Time had transformed gangly little Rachel into a lovely young woman. Manners transformed Tom from a pest into a prince.
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We also highlighted that the contourlet transform, with the help of its double filter banks consisting of LP and DFB, is able to cater not only for multi- resolution, localization, and critical sampling but also for directionality and anisotropy, hence making it more appropriate transform to be used for iris feature extraction as compared to the wavelet transform.
Solution: take Aboodh transform to this equation gives
watugala, simudu transform- anew integral transform to Solve differential equation and control engineering problems.
In addition, J&JPRD is funding TransForm to do further crystallization experiments on topiramate, and the Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation is making an equity investment in TransForm.
The findings will assist Roche in advancing the compound into clinical development, and entitle TransForm to a milestone payment under the collaboration.
This distinctive set of capabilities enables TransForm to rapidly find innovative approaches and solutions to challenging R&D pharmaceutics problems, such as compounds that resist crystallization, are highly polymorphic, or are poorly soluble in their original form.
Service providers looking to transform to more cost-optimized networks need companies that excel in providing leading voice, frame relay/ATM and optical networking solutions, as well as companies that excel at providing full service IP networking solutions.
As companies transform to remain competitive in the Digital Age, they will adopt a new business model, putting aside the one that has been in place since the Industrial Age began 200 years ago.