[moj-uh-luh-rahyz] /ˈmɒdʒ ə ləˌraɪz/
verb (used with object), modularized, modularizing.
to form or organize into modules, as for flexibility.
- Modular language
language (Modula) Wirth’s 1977 predecessor of Modula-2. The original Modula was, more oriented toward concurrent programming, but otherwise quite similar. [“Modula – A Language for Modular Multiprogramming”, N. Wirth, Soft Prac & Exp 7(1):3-35, Jan 1977]. (1999-07-12)
- Modular prolog
An interpreter for SB-Prolog version 3.1 extended with ML-style modules. Runs on SPARC. Distributed under GNU General Public License. (ftp://ftp.dcs.ed.ac.uk/pub/dts/mod-prolog.tar.Z). E-mail: Brian Paxton . [“A Calculus for the Construction of Modular Prolog Programs”, D. Sannella et al, J Logic Prog 12:147-177 (1992)]. (1994-10-25)
- Modular sb-prolog
[moj-uh-leyt] /ˈmɒdʒ əˌleɪt/ verb (used with object), modulated, modulating. 1. to regulate by or adjust to a certain measure or proportion; soften; tone down. 2. to alter or adapt (the voice) according to the circumstances, one’s listener, etc. 3. Music. 4. Telecommunications. to cause the amplitude, frequency, phase, or intensity of (a carrier wave) to […]