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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h] are the number of codewords in the horizontal and vertical codebook respectively and [cross product] represents the kronecker product.
If any of k codebook has got a size TV, the bit rate expressed in number of bits per sample is
The order of codebook or model of registered speaker sorted with respect to similarity measure value from best to worst is termed as rank of registered speaker model.
A codebook is a collection of entities that are given generic names, or codes.
The real football fan's codebook is in constant breach of all of the above and that's because football the people's game - a sport based on tribal loyalty, pride and passion.
It is inviting the public to contribute by suggesting changes to be incorporated into the Code of Practice, or The Editors' Codebook which accompanies it.
Armed with this knowledge I was able to follow the team's code cracking exploits which were well explained and logical as they searched for a mysterious codebook to unlock the secret of MS408.
uk/news/uk-20749632) BBC that it only took him 17 minutes and a World War I codebook to translate the message.
Expert Gord Young decoded it by consulting a Royal Artillery codebook that had been kept by a relative who fought in the conflict.
The complete dataset, manual and codebook are available on the CNBV and CFSP websites: http://www.