A pairing of a servlet instance with an URL to which the servlet returns data, for example, HelloServlet with /hello/index.html.
When using TrueSyncÂ®, before you can synchronise devices, you must specify to the TrueSync software how data in your desktop application, device, and/or service corresponds to the data in your other devices. Selecting how you want the information in your files, folders, and/or categories on one device to be synchronised with the data in your files, folders, and/or categories on another device is referred to as "mapping".
The correspondence between IDL and the native data types in some language.
Utilizing a set a rules to convert data from one format to another.
A function such that for every element of one set there is a unique element of another set.
In network operations the logical association of one set of values such as addresses on one network with quantities or values of another set such as devices on another network. Includes name-address mapping internetwork-route mapping and protocol-to-protocol mapping.
In network operations, the logical association of one set of values, such as addresses on one network, with other quantities or values, such as devices on a second network (for example name-address mapping, internetwork-route mapping).
See schema mapping.
see genetic map
The process of deducing schematic representations of DNA. Three types of DNA maps can be constructed: physical maps, genetic maps, and cytogenetic maps, with the key distinguishing feature among these three types being the landmarks on which they are based.
In genetics, determining the order of genes on a chromosome and the distances between them.
Charting the location of genes on chromosomes.
The process of relating a source element to a target and describing the transformation that satisfies the relationship.
(1) A 3 by 3 matrix"a property of a format object that specifies scaling and orientation. (2) A 3 by 3 matrix"a property of a transform object, view port object, and view device object"that specifies the translation, rotation, or distortion to be applied to a shape when it is drawn. (3) A transformation of spatial locations (points) that can be represented by a 3 by 3 perspective matrix. Synonymous with map and mapping matrix.
Transformation of data from one representation to another.
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Mapping refers to a special form of linking, with efforts to identify equivalence or establish one-to-one and, in some instances, one-to-many relationships. Mapping facilitates automatic switching between systems or languages. Recent developments include efforts to match elements in the MARC record with those in other metadata records and efforts to identify equivalent terms among different controlled vocabularies or different languages. Examples of mapping of subject entries include the Omni File (based on the indexes to individual WILSONLINE databases) and MACS (Multi-lingual Access to Subject headings, a European project on multilingual access to subject authority files and data to develop a prototype for the mapping of subject entries based on three controlled vocabularies: Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), RAMEAU, and Schlagwortnormdatei (SWD)).
a computer process whereby the search system matches (maps) a given term to the most appropriate MeSH heading.
This means to match a field from your contact manager to a field in your sync destination. Fields which have been matched in this way can be synchronized between the contact manager and the sync destination.
a computer process whereby the search system matches a term entered to the closest subject headings in the database.
a convention in which maps or diagrams are made in order to develop or reflect on drama
Diagramming data that is to be exchanged electronically, including how it is to be used and what business management systems need it. Preliminary step for developing an applications link. Performed by the functional manager responsible for a business management system.
An effective strategy used after reading to improve retention of the material read. Maps are visual representations of textual information. Examples are cluster diagrams, hierarchy or "tree" charts, sequence or "flow" diagrams. Maps can be used effectively to show organizational structure and relationships between elements in the reading.
A generic term for gathering in pictorial form baseline data on a variety of indicators. This is an excellent starting point for participatory work because it gets people involved in creating a visual output that can be used immediately to bridge verbal communication gaps and to generate lively discussion. Maps are useful as verification of secondary source information, as training and awarenessraising tools, for comparison, and for monitoring of change. Common types of maps include health maps, institutional maps (Venn diagrams), and resource maps.
Connecting a PC to a shared drive or printer on another PC on the home network. After the drive or printer has been mapped, you can access it as if it were directly attached to your PC.
A process that allows one computer to communicate with a resource located on another computer on the network. For example, if you want to access a folder that resides on another computer, you map to that folder, as long as the computer that holds the folder has been configured to share it.
Assigning a PC to a shared drive or printer port on a network. close
Making another (remote) PC's disk drives, printer, or other resources available to your (local) PC on the home network.
Mail mapping or mail forwarding is the process of linking your e-mail address or addresses and website to your domain name.
An allocation of processes to processors; allocating work to processes is usually called scheduling.
The process of relating classes and properties in different ontologies.
The process of determining to what IP address a VoIP call is to be routed, based on the phone number that is dialed.
drawing a map showing the physical features of a community; usually an early step in a field project.
a significant effort of classifying and delineating land into units of relatively uniform ecological and physical characteristics
Physical plotting of various characteristics of an area in two dimensions. May be done individually or by a group.
A computerized color picture of the physical features of the corneal surface; illustrates curves in the cornea and how steep or flat the cornea is.
Conversion or connection between two data addressing spaces.
The conversion between multiple data addressing schemes, especially conversions between member disk block addresses and block addresses of the virtual disks presented to the operating environment.
a synonym for character conversion.
Conversion between two data addressing spaces. Most commonly used in RAID Advisory Board publications to refer to conversion between member disk physical block addresses and block addresses of the virtually disks presented to the operating environment by Array Management Function.
the process of associating each bit transmitted by a service into the SONET payload structure that carries the service; for example, mapping a DS–1 service into a SONET VT1.5 associates each bit
Identifying synonyms in the various languages, e.g. a North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) term of alteration in comfort will map to pain in the International Classification of Nursing Practice (ICNP). Nursing terms from NANDA, NIC, NOC, CCC, PNDS, And Omaha are mapped to concepts in SNOMED.
A mapping is defined from a domain to a codomain, whenever a rule is established by which an entity e, a member of the domain of the map, is associated with an image e', a member of the codomain of the map.
A single line in a view, consisting of a left side and a right side that specify the correspondences between files in the depot and files in a client, label, or branch. (See also client view, branch view, label view).
This is the step in a widget's life cycle where it actually shows the GdkWindows it created when it was realized. When a widget is mapped, it must turn on its GTK_MAPPED flag. Note that due to the asynchronous nature of the X window system, a widget's window may not appear on the screen immediatly after one calls gdk_window_show(): you must wait for the corresponding map event to be received. You can do this with the GtkWidget::map-event signal.
(1.) In Enhanced X-Windows, a window on which a map call has been performed. Mapping makes a window visible if there are no obscuring or occluding windows. (2.) A list, usually in a profile, that establishes a correspondence between items in two groups. For example, a keyboard mapping can establish what character is displayed when a certain key is pressed. See also keyboard mapping and profile.
Any type that associates keys with values. The builtin type dict is an example of a mapping. The de facto standard way to implement this interface is to implement the special methods __setitem__ and __getitem__.
Calibrating the motion system so that repeatable errors can be corrected from a lookup table.
A container object (such as dict) that supports arbitrary key lookups using the special method __getitem__().
is a strategy of developing a visual graphic for the purpose of seeing the relationship in a given topic.
The relationship between a Material and a Texture is called the 'mapping'. This relationship is two-sided. First, the information that is passed on to the Texture must be specified. Then the effect of the Texture on the Material is specified.
A mapping is the relationship between source and target entities. It is an inclusive term than be applied at different levels, from a single field to a complete system.
The application of demographic and behavioral characteristics to specific demographic locations in order to efficiently define a specific market.
the process by which a computer generates thematic maps that combine geography with demographic information and a company's sales data or other proprietary information.
The method of identifying specific audience segments on a map, as they relate to out of home locations, both geographically and demographically.
Constructing a plan (or map) of the linear sequence of chromosomes.
Sometimes mapping and sequencing are completely separate processes. (IOCeleraGenome) Mapeamento De qualquer forma mapeamento e não seqüenciamento foi a estratégia francesa. (POPrGenoma)
Establishing a sequence of the activities in this standard according to a selected software life cycle model (SLCM). See also instance; invocation; iteration, software life cycle model (SLCM). [IEEE Stds Glossary
A process of analyzing learning by matching it to identified learning outcomes or standards in approved programmes or awards; e.g. 'mapping' informal learning to National Occupational Standards, NVQ units, or other outcome-based awards
In the VCAL, mapping refers to aligning the content of locally developed programs and activities to the learning outcomes of a VCAL unit.
The process of comparing units of competency from a training package qualification with modules from curriculum to identify the degree of alignment.