one-to-one mapping

one-to-one mapping

[¦wən tə ¦wən ′map·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
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This one-to-one mapping between software and hardware makes writing applications for the board more intuitive and simplifies the task of updating software to control new, user created FPGA IP functions.
The greatest success of parks and plazas is not in some efficient, one-to-one mapping of activities to facilities, or in the controlled consumption of culture, but in the ways that, as a matter of policy and design, they encourage the taking of liberties.
The MVN mapping solution without consideration of any regional failure can be described as follows: a one-to-one mapping from [N.
We have demonstrated that attention is a process in which there is one-to-one mapping between the first place visual information comes from the eyes into the brain and beyond to other parts of the brain," said Adam S.
According to him, "Prohibiting interest, speculation, and debt trading, Islamic finance establishes one-to-one mapping of financial and real sectors of the economy.
Crosswalks are a one-to-one mapping that is application and institution specific.
A one-to-one mapping approach to create mapping between each pair of ontologies (Predoiu et al.
Maximally regular and fully-isotropic PMs give a one-to-one mapping between the actuated joint velocity space and the external velocity space.
Royce rehearses how Cantor uses a one-to-one mapping procedure to show that the parts of an infinite set correspond to the whole.
Yet for the sake of clarity, we will provide one-to-one mapping of Qureshi's waves for Afshar's setup with Georgiev's waves for Unruh's setup.
The concept of "LIMS hell" seems to be a one-to-one mapping onto "LIMS.