ADT, as an abbreviation, may refer to:

  • Abstract data type, a computer programming term
  • Algebraic data type, a term from functional programming
  • Active Denial Technology
  • Admission, Discharge, and Transfer, a message type used in Health Level 7 formatted communication
  • Alternating decision tree, another term in computer programming
  • American Death Triangle, a deprecated rock climbing anchor system.
  • American Discovery Trail, a coast-to-coast hiking trail across the mid-tier of the United States
  • Androgen deprivation therapy, a common component of treatment for prostate cancer
  • Android Development Tools
  • Asynchronous data transfer, a method of transferring data
  • Atlantic Daylight Time
  • Automatic double tracking, an audio recording technology invented for The Beatles
  • Average Daily Traffic, to show the volume of traffic on a road in transportation planning
  • Average downtime, a simple quantification of a system's reliability

ADT may also refer to:

  • The ADT Corporation, formerly American District Telegraph
  • ADT College, a City Technology College in London

Other articles related to "adt":

Carbide.c++ - Tool Packages
... Application Development Toolkit (ADT) contains tools for application development, including the IDE, debugger, and analysis tools ... Both the ADT and PDT are basic installers that include Carbide.c++, several Eclipse-based plug-ins and several stand-alone tools ... ADT/PDT v1 contains Carbide.c++ v2.0.4 ADT/PDT v2 (Q4 2009) is targeted to contain Carbide.c++ v2.2 ...
Automatic Double Tracking - Other Users of ADT
... Former Beatles engineer Norman Smith used ADT extensively on Pink Floyd's debut album The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, recorded at Abbey Road in 1967 ... some cases, Smith (or possibly Barrett himself) used such extraordinarily wide ADT in this way as to give the slightly disorientating impression of not so much double tracking but two ... solo works, perhaps indicating his fondness for this unusual use of ADT ...
ADT Championship
... The ADT Championship was a women's professional golf tournament on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour ... The season-ending event on the tour, it became the LPGA Playoffs at The ADT from 2006 through 2008 ...
ADT Championship - Selection Process - 2008 Selection
... with 15 players from each half qualifying for the ADT Championship using a performance-based points system ... were chosen at the end of the regular season a total of 32 players competed in the ADT Championship ... LPGA members qualified for the ADT Championship by accumulating ADT Points during each half of the season or by winning an automatic entry by winning one of 13 designated "winner" events—defined ...