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codebook

 [kōd´book]
a plan for data input that documents the location, or column number(s), and value for each variable and other information entered into a computer file.
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Colin Grazier drowned after rescuing secret Enigma codebooks
GAAP XBRL codebook of the financial reporting concepts.
9 show the averaged crosscorrelation values obtained by the Class1 and Class2 codebooks with one image, respectively.
VQ partitions the input image to be encoded into two dimensional vectors, each of which is compared by an encoder with every code vector in a previously defined codebook.
Both the website and codebook provide information about the survey dates, questions asked, etc.
Various codebooks are designed for each class, so as to preserve the perceptual feature associated with each class.
According to the GCHQ, the message probably is encoded with a codebook or one-time pad encoding system prevalent during the time and deciphering it may require the same code book.
A controversial Hollywood film U-571 tired claimed it was the American's who captured the codebooks - not the British.
Codebooks are built automatically by InCharge, and consist of "signatures" for the problems to be diagnosed.
Along with two comrades, the 22-year-old Tamworth man obtained codebooks which proved vital in unlocking German codes bringing about the end of the Second World War.
Valuable codebooks and the Enigma machine were found aboard.
The covert assignment undertaken saw Tamworth-born Able Seaman Colin Grazier and two others rescuing vital codebooks from a sinking German U-boat on October 30, 1942.