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remap

(riːˈmæp)
vb (tr)
1. to map again, to divide into new patterns or districts
2. to relabel or reassign
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It defines a mechanism for emitting and consuming states and state changes in an IP environment, allowing equipment from multiple vendors to be connected using open standards -- and for those connections to be easily and simply remapped.
If memory is not remapped during [T.sub.i], the correct position would be found before this time.
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At last, considering the sensing constraints, position errors, and yaw angle errors are remapped using exponential remapping method.
It is to be equipped with a modified Revotron 1.2T petrol engine with a remapped ECU that generates 110PS between 5,300 to 5,50 rpm and generates 170Nm of torque between 3,000 to 3,800rpm.
Obviously based on the Cayman GT4 road car, the racer features a modified six-speed double clutch auto gearbox, a new mechanical locking differential, bigger brakes all round, plus ABS and stability control remapped for the track and for driving the car on slick tyres.
FARM leaders have demanded that the whole of Wales is urgently remapped to ensure "fairness" under a future CAP payments regime.
Remap away for bigger benefits but remember the Cons and the Costs that come along with the performance of a remapped ECU.
Over the past two decades, his work has remapped the history of the European novel and the literary field at large by championing "distant reading" over the close reading of texts.
Everything bar the controversial online auction house has survived and the lower-resolution graphics and remapped controls accentuate the arcade-like qualities.
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the long-term local and foreign-currency deposit ratings of HSBC Bank Middle East Limited (HBME) by one notch to A2 from A1 and affirmed the C- bank financial strength rating (BSFR), which has been remapped to a standalone credit assessment to baa2 from baa1.
Birmingham has become the first English city to be digitally remapped by its citizens to give businesses and organisations the opportunity to use maps in a "creative, productive or unexpected" way.