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a graphic representation that facilitates a spatial understanding of things, concepts, conditions, processes, or events in the human world

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A map is a symbolic depiction highlighting relationships between elements of some space, such as objects, regions, and themes. Many maps are static two-dimensional, geometrically accurate (or approximately accurate) representations of three-dimensional space, while others are dynamic or interactive, even three-dimensional. Although most commonly u...
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Microwave-background Anisotropy Probe, an older name for the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
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Military Aid Programme
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• (v. t.) To represent by a map; -- often with out; as, to survey and map, or map out, a county. Hence, figuratively: To represent or indicate systematically and clearly; to sketch; to plan; as, to map, or map out, a journey; to map out business. • (n.) Anything which represents graphically a succession of events, states, or acts; as, an ...
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(map) a two-dimensional graphic representation of arrangement in space.
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1. A representation of the surface of the earth, or of some portion of it, showing the relative position of the parts represented; usually on a flat surface. Also, such a representation of the celestial sphere, or of some part of it. ... There are five principal kinds of projection used in making maps: the orthographic, the stereographic, the globu...
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noun a diagrammatic representation of the earth`s surface (or part of it)
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[butterfly] The map (Araschnia levana) is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is common throughout the lowlands of central and eastern Europe, and is expanding its range in Western Europe. In the UK this species is a very rare vagrant, but there have also been several unsuccessful – and now illegal – attempts at introducing this s...
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[file format] .MAP files are a type of debugging symbol. These are typically plain text files that indicate the relative offsets of functions for a given version of a compiled binary. ==Maps== .MAP files are also uncompiled Quake maps. These files are plain text files. Detailed file format specifications can be found on the internet: Quake ...
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[higher-order function] In many programming languages, map is the name of a higher-order function that applies a given function to each element of a list, returning a list of results. It is often called apply-to-all when considered in functional form. This is an example of functoriality. Then calling map square [1,2,3,4,5] will return [1,4,...
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[mathematics] In mathematics, the term mapping, usually shortened to map, refers to either There are also a few, less common uses in logic and graph theory. ==Maps as functions== In many branches of mathematics, the term map is used to mean a function, sometimes with a specific property of particular importance to that branch. For instance,...
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Map noun [ From French mappe , in mappemonde map of the world, from Latin mappa napkin, signal cloth; -- a Punic word. Confer Apron , Napkin , Nappe .] 1. A representation of the surface of the earth, or of some portion of it, showing the relative pos...
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Map transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mapped ; present participle & verbal noun Mapping .] To represent by a map; -- often with out ; as, to survey and map , or map out , a county . Hence, figurat...
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A function that is usually understood to be iterated in discrete time steps.
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A horoscope.
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A map is a projection on a plane surface of the whole or a part of the earth's surface, showing its main features in more or less detail. The earth being a spheroid, its surface cannot be made to coincide rigorously with a plane; and it therefore becomes necessary to have recourse to a, projection, that is, a plan on a plane surface, which indicate...
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A table in which input values are assigned to outputs arbitrarily by the user on an item-by-item basis.
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abbreviation: Missed Approach Point
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acronym: Middle Atmosphere Programme
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An abstraction of the real world that is used to depict, analyze, store, and communicate spatially organized information about physical and cultural phenomena.
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Diagrammatic representation of an area, for example part of the Earth's surface or the distribution of the stars. Modern maps of the Earth are made using satellites in low orbit to take a series of overlapping stereoscopic photographs from which a three-dimensional image can be prepared. The earliest accurate large-scale maps appeared a...
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explore or survey for the purpose of making a diagram
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function
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graphic representation, drawn to scale and usually on a flat surface, of features—for example, geographical, geological, or geopolitical—of an area ... [12 related articles]
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