Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
adopt (verbe)
Sens 1 : to take over and have or use (something) as one's own. [source : D'après OAL]
Équivalent(s) : adopter:1
Contextes :
  • Secondly, we adopt the UMU-XACML-Editor developed by University of Murcia (UMU), and make it to read and write a policy in the string form.
  • Considering the characteristics of robotic command transfer, we adopt the connection-oriented TCP to design the command transfer protocol among client, Internet-based server, and simulation workstation.
  • There are very few of these, unless we adopt a very extended definition of closeness.
Sens 2 : to decide to start using a particular idea, plan, or method. [source : MAC]
Équivalent(s) : introduire:2
Contextes :
  • Several later systems, such as KeyNote and SD3, adopt a similar approach that uses logic and signed certificates as the basis for making access control decisions.
  • In his African explorations, he was to adopt the same methods.
  • The procedure we adopt in this work to investigate the ultimate behaviour of systems of rigid blocks interacting through non-linear and non-elastic actions is the one described in (Baggio and Trovalusci 1998) and is briefly summarised here below.