codebook


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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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Kohonen model of the Self- Organizing Feature Map has formed a basis for applying Vector Quantization codebook design problem.
generally accepted accounting principles are different than international financial reporting standards, so there are different codebooks for each, depending upon which regulations you're reporting under.
i] or a combination of codewords from codebook U, known as encoding rules.
S is called size of codebook Each Ci is called a code vector.
Both the website and codebook provide information about the survey dates, questions asked, etc.
The most important AC coefficients are selected to train the codebook according to the energy packing region of different block classes.
Also in the codebook was a list of English counties and cities encrypted by being substituted for foreign countries so that Bosnia referred to Kent, Poland to Essex and Yugoslavia to Derby.
If the received point is close to only one of the points in Bob's codebook, it will be easy for Bob to guess which word Mice meant.
7814-W implements the Electronic Codebook and the Cipher Block Chaining modes of operation for both encryption and decryption, and supports key sizes 128 bit, 192 bit, and 256 bit.
A sample codebook for several variables might look like this:
The use of the compressed data is contingent on the ability of the user software application to use the codebook to decode the format.
Deliverables will include clean and formatted survey data, a data codebook in English, and written reports.