Mr Singh, who in 1999, published The Code Book
, will also talk to the Birmingham conference about maths being at the heart of encryption.
ROIVQ uses a code book
consisting of 256 code vectors of dimension 64 (8x8) for region of less importance and a code book
containing 256 code vectors of dimension 4 (2x2) for Region Of Interest.
And the cottage industry of talks and workshops that developed in churches of every Christian denomination as an outgrowth of The Da Vinci Code book
might well be poised for a second act, or, at least, a curtain call.
The narrow wall bracing method, a site-built solution for narrow walls adjacent to the garage became a part of the 2004 supplement to the International Residential Code (IRC) and will eventually become part of the 2006 IRC Code Book
Singh, a particle physicist as well as the author of Fermat's Last Theorem and The Code Book
, skillfully explains the complex ideas underlying descriptions of the Big Bang.
Definitive identification is defined in the CPT code book
as identification to the genus or species level requiring more than three biochemical tests.
But that was before the developers of the CPT code book
revised the instructions for lesion measurement to allow inclusion of the margins, she said.
RIGHT, synchronise watches, make sure the invisible ink is handy and don't forget the code book
Examine existing fee schedules for Part B items and services, as well as the HCFA Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) code book
to see what details will be required on the claims forms.
It's just form after form after form, all essentially indecipherable without some sort of secret code book
The tender is the conclusion of agreements with pharmaceutical companies within the meaning of A* 130a para 8 of the Social Code Book
V (SGB V).
I have browsed a nearly new Highway code book
to see what they all means and most of them do not appear.