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remap

To map something for a second or subsequent time. Quite often, the words "remap" and "map" are used synonymously, even though they refer to an operation that is taking place for the first time. See map.
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sum] while every user can be remapped to a proxy switch and it is obviously to segregate attackers.
The area within the motorways circling Birmingham has been digitally remapped by over 100 volunteers using GPS while walking, cycling, and taking buses, trains and even canal boats.
We've shown static, remapped pictures to patients .
Mike Walton, who remapped the cars for the taxi firm, said customers of Rapid Remap, his company which is also based in Health Hayes, had seen a significant improvement in fuel consumption.
Typically, I've seen a 10-20 per cent improvement in fuel consumption in the cars I've remapped but some people have seen even better cost savings than that," he said.
Media Center PCs featuring Nvidia nForce(TM) 2-based MCPs and Nvidia SoundStorm(TM) audio enable any PC audio source to be remapped to Dolby Digital and output via a single digital connection for playback through a home theater audio system.
Applications created with Teja NP for Intel's current dual-processor development platforms can be quickly and easily remapped to the new single-chip AdvancedTCA models without modifying the application logic.
If an error is found diagnostic information about the failure is either shifted out and remapped to physical co-ordinates for laser fuse blowing if a fuse repair scheme is used, or to the on-board multiplexors if dynamic soft repair is used to repair the memory.
the Phoenix/Tucson region of Arizona has experienced a residential construction boom of track housing and condominiums, while the Pacific Northwest is being remapped with new roads, tunnels, dams and other major commercial construction projects.
Howe remapped and sampled the existing trenches in the Jean- Gobele concession and conducted soil sampling.