Someone showed me a method by which they resaw their boards which they claim mitigates the effects of warping. They’ll make a tablesaw kerf in the board on the top and bottom (as if resawing on the tablesaw), leaving a strip in the middle about a half inch. Then after letting it sit for a couple days, they’ll complete the job using the bandsaw.
I’ve given it some thought and, other than helping the bandsaw do it’s job more efficiently, I’d don’t see why this would mitigate the effects of warping. If moisture or tension escapes regardless, the board is going to do what it wants to do, no?