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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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The 90 spacecraft that Satellogic announced under this agreement will form an Earth Observation Satellite Constellation that will remap the planet at one meter of resolution every week and dramatically reduce the cost of high-frequency geospatial analytics.
Creating your own custom palettes, limiting the colors DeBabelizer remaps to within a given palette and controlling dithering (positioning of color pixels to simulate colors that do not exist in a 256 indexed graphic) are easily handled by DeBabelizer.
Say you need to resize to 120-by-60 pixels the eleven graphics you just saved as .gifs, and you also want to remap them all to a specific palette.
As the camera scans a page, it remaps instantly -- with the warped but mostly readable remapped information flowing smoothly around the defect.
The programmable remapper, says Loshin, is a "field compensation" device that can take information from a given coordinate system and remap it onto another coordinate system.