reconfigure


Also found in: Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

re·con·fig·ure

 (rē′kən-fĭg′yər)
tr.v. re·con·fig·ured, re·con·fig·ur·ing, re·con·fig·ures
To rearrange the elements or settings of: reconfigure the wiring in a switchboard.

reconfigure

(ˌriːkənˈfɪɡə)
vb
1. (Computer Science) (tr) to rearrange the elements or settings of (a system, device, computer application, etc)
2. (tr) to rearrange the elements or settings of (a system, device, computer application, etc)
References in periodicals archive ?
While banks may not be required to replace the hardware, they will have to reconfigure the software to support new features.
Lockheed Martin to reconfigure Alaska launch site Alaska Aerospace Corp.
The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, State of Alaska, is proposing to add and reconfigure vacant lease lots for general aviation and helicopter use development on the East Ramp.
com)-- PCBMotor ApS, ultrasonic piezoelectric motor manufacturers, announce a revolutionary solution that enables wireless communication networks to remotely reconfigure deployed radio frequency (RF) filters and duplexers, lower their operational costs and offer more flexible services.
One of the things that we like best about the system is that you can reconfigure it so easily," Huster said.
Just as it is necessary to recalculate the provider capacity necessary to deliver care, it is likewise necessary to reconfigure staff support.
In the cleaning room, the firm is installing a spinner-hanger blaster with plans of robotic grinding units, and expects to reconfigure its core room and add production core blowers.
New models of schooling are necessary, but I'm convinced there is no one right way to reconfigure schooling.
It also gives administrators the ability to add, change, move, and reconfigure physical file storage without affecting how users view and access it.
For those who may wish to reconfigure an existing hydraulic handler to reach higher, Paul Wever Construction Equipment Co.
We want to make it simple and painless for service providers to build and reconfigure flexible and dynamic networks at the optical network level," noted Wayne Lee, Dowslake's chief technology officer.
This is the United States of America according to twenty-four-year-old artist Lordy Rodriguez, who for three years has been involved in an ongoing project to reconfigure the nation according to his own imagination.