encoding

[ UK /ɛnkˈə‍ʊdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈkoʊdɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the activity of converting data or information into code
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How To Use encoding In A Sentence

  • In order to reduce the computational load of the full-search VQ, a mean-match correlation vector quantizer, MMCVQ, is presented for fast image encoding in this paper.
  • When you look at video encoding and transcoding today, it's so processor intensive.
  • The positions of sequences encoding homeodomains are shown by bidirectional arrows.
  • If encoding is absent, amnesia will follow, as in the case of many of our dreams.
  • The region includes genes encoding a CoA-dependent methylmalonate semialdehyde dehydrogenase (dntE), a putative NADH-dependent dehydrogenase (ORF13), and a bifunctional isomerase/hydrolase (dntG). Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information
  • This error management system provides the ability to monitor CRC, parity, and encoding errors.
  • The FSVQ-CEC scheme is applied to an analysis-synthesis adaptive predictive speech encoding system so as to exploit the redundancy between vocal tract codevectors and excitational codevectors.
  • The output, together with the card's pin code, was sent to him electronically via steganography - a technology for encoding information into pictures.
  • During the word retrieval / scene encoding phase, participants perform an old / new word recognition task including words presented at the word encoding phase intermixed with new words. PLoS Biology: New Articles
  • The importance to historians of encoding standards that will facilitate data exchange can not be overstated.
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