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evolve from (something) into (something)

To change or develop into a different form or thing. I heard that her latest work evolved from a short story into a novel.
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evolve out of (something) into (something)

To change or develop into a different form or thing. I heard that her latest work evolved out of a short story into a novel.
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evolve

(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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of International Conference on Evolvable Systems, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005.
of Evolvable Systems: From Biology to Hardware, Springer, Berlin, 320-331.
Learning Cell is a learning resource that is open, generative, evolvable, connected, cohesive, intelligent, adaptive, and social (Yu, Yang, & Cheng, 2009).
Vanneschi, "Operator equalisation for bloat free genetic programming and a survey of bloat control methods," Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, vol.
"Birds out-shrank and out-evolved their dinosaurian ancestors, surviving where their larger, less evolvable relatives could not," says Associate Professor Lee.
These reinforce the purpose of being evolvable adapters rather than routine adopters of technology (Ouedraogo, 2005).
Research interests: multivariate analysis, statistical pattern recognition, data mining, artificial neural networks, deep learning, evolvable multi-agent systems, artificial economics, and artificial life.
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.
Many evolvable hardware techniques have been presented in the literature that rely on intricate details of the FPGA device structure and routing.
Tyrrell, "A hardware artificial immune system and embryonic array for fault tolerant systems," Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, vol.
Boggess, "Artificial immune recognition system (AIRS): an immune-inspired supervised learning algorithm," Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, vol.
Babovic, "Declarative and preferential bias in GP-based scientific discovery," Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, vol.
Hereford, "Fault-tolerant sensor systems using evolvable hardware," IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, vol.
Foster, "Multiple sequence alignment with evolutionary computation," Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, vol.
[8] Andrew Watkins and Jon Timmis, "Artificial Immune Recognition System AIRS: An Immune-inspired Supervised Learning Algorithm", Journal, Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, Vol.