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- ‘To achieve these new levels of vigilance, safety, and adaptivity, we must fundamentally rethink how we program embedded systems.’
- ‘Not surprisingly, the combination of dynamic complexity and the ability to adapt is referred to as complex adaptivity.’
- ‘Age plus adaptivity is what makes a building come to be loved.’
- ‘Further, this approach can easily be applied to other nutrient and environmental stresses challenging plant adaptivity, or also to investigations of plant developmental programmes.’
- ‘Modular adaptivity for specific missions can be designed in.’
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