decoding

[ US /dɪˈkoʊdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪkˈə‍ʊdɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the activity of making clear or converting from code into plain text
    a secret key or password is required for decryption
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How To Use decoding In A Sentence

  • The hardware resource required for parallel Viterbi decoding shows an exponential increase with the increase of constraint length of convolutional code, which limits its hardware implementation.
  • The purpose of the course is to teach older students a reliable method of decoding unfamiliar multisyllable words. undefined
  • A bonus of decoding the fungi's genome, Wolfe said, would be that, in degrading plant material, the fungi produces an enzyme called cellulase, of potential interest in biofuel processing. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Therefore, basic costs the timing circuit mainly by the decoding monitor, "time", "the minute", "the second", "the amount" the counter and the oscillator compose.
  • Many computational tasks, such as decodings or the factorization of very large numbers, would become feasible that are infeasible with present machines.
  • The design process of SOC is to map decoding algorithm for TS (Transport Stream) , video and audio into processor design space.
  • The process of duplicating information held in subatomic systems constitutes the most effective way currently conceivable of decoding some of the latest cryptographic technologies.
  • Decoding the paintings is not difficult once you know what the component parts symbolise.
  • But the problem arises only where an amount is credited to a wrong account as a result of an error in decoding or of the insertion of inaccurate details in the bank giro credit.
  • In this sense, it will be as much about the decoding of visual commercial messages as about photography.
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