Definition of mapping
1 : the act or process of making a map
2 : function 5a a one-to-one continuous mapping
Recent Examples of mapping from the Web
Towill Inc., a Concord mapping and surveying company, received four contracts totaling $167,000 to produce aerial images of the dam site from helicopters and drones.
Having a relevant metric to make R&D decisions is good, and the investments in autonomy and mapping look very prudent.
So if there were a flood, tornado, snowstorm or other natural disaster that left an area unmarked or cleared of housing, that mapping could be used to compare how the area looked before and after the event.
S60 features full-color course view mapping that golfers can view right from their wrist.
The plaintiffs are arguing that Democratic state officials who designed the district relied heavily on advanced mapping software, voter-registration data and voting history to give an advantage to their party.
In discussing the company’s long-term strategy, Fried said there’s an opportunity for Waze to advertise to people who have never used the Waze mapping app before.
In commemoration of International Map Year, in 2015-2016, the mapping software company Esri has published a book of the winners and some of the finalists from the most recent competition, in 2015.
T-Drive is one of several mapping tools trying to make your commute less hellish.
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