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
Work on the Riverwalk mapping has already begun, city attorney Mike DiSanto said.
The sequencing of the human genome - or the mapping of every gene in the body - has enabled not just dieticians, but all doctors, to use genetics in a more comprehensive way.
And the National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with the geographic mapping company ESRI has launched a digital story map of Wright buildings.
In addition, having data means access to mapping apps, social media, travel re-booking emails, and any breaking news updates on the situation.
The show is packed with state-of-the-art projection mapping, lasers, pyrotechnics, and of course, fireworks.
Hot Maps has filed a complaint against the search giant for favoring its mapping product over those of rivals.
This comprehensive database of the matatu system allows easy mapping in Google Maps or other trip-planning applications.
The company’s president and the heads of autonomous vehicles, growth, mapping, policy and software engineering all left this year, and Kalanick isn’t filling holes in his leadership fast enough.
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