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decode

[dikōd′]
to interpret coded information into a form usable by a receiver.
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First, the Diamond VDO cores offload the full video decode task - including all bit-stream parsing - from the system host CPU.
264 support for decode and MPEG-4 ASP encode at D1 resolution yet consumes only 12 mm2, including memories, and runs at 200 MHz in TSMC 0.
deCODE has pioneered the use of population genetics to better understand and improve both individual outcomes and human health in general.
deCODE genetics (NASDAQ:DCGN) is a global leader in applying human genetics to develop drugs for common diseases.
With Agilent's hardware-based solution, waveforms are updated at up to 100,000 real-time waveforms per second, and hex-level serial decode is updated faster than the human eye can discern.
Agilent's 6000 Series scopes are the only portable scopes on the market that provide both CAN and LIN triggering and decode.
Franny's Feet' has enchanted kids across the world with its magical storytelling," said Beth Stevenson, partner at DECODE Entertainment and executive producer of "Franny's Feet.
In addition to Beth Stevenson, Steven DeNure and Neil Court also serve as executive producers for DECODE.
PowerVR MSVDX, a multi-standard high definition video decoder core enables HD-DVD / Blu-ray decode and HD-Broadcast reception with maximised video-quality.