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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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As the camera scans a page, it remaps instantly -- with the warped but mostly readable remapped information flowing smoothly around the defect.
However, Loshin says, chip designers have assured NASA that the complex algorithms and "look-up" boards the system uses to remap defective coordinate systems all could fit onto a single silicon chip.
In the event of a network problem, the remote DSU connects to the central site and OmniLinx's Virtual Circuit Backup software remaps the virtual circuit DLCIs.
OmniLinx remaps virtual circuits around the network dynamically -- while other access devices need to be rebooted or reconfigured before traffic can be rerouted.
The NF8500 also remaps faulty SIMM memory banks detected during power-on diagnostics.