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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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Using the codebook previously developed, case #1 (001) is a female (2), born in August (08), having private insurance (1), is 5'2" tall (62"), and married (1).
The codebook name for the variable should definitely be retained; but it can be retained in the label statement.
Class regions define the input space by placing similarly labeled codebook vectors into classes.
In such case a clustering algorithm like Linde Buzo Gray (LBG) while taking average of clustering vectors will create codebook of mean vectors containing FP .
You can view both the Code and Codebook at editorscode.
Without access to the relevant codebooks and details of any additional encryption used, it will remain impossible to decrypt," the intelligence agency (http://edition.
The codebook, a "beefy gaming computer and 3,000 dollars worth of radio equipment" would enable anyone to decipher signals from billions of people around the world using GSM technology, he stated.
A codebook, U, containing many codewords as candidates of the watermark signal.
This resource from the American Medical Association is a Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codebook containing official coding guidelines developed by the CPT Editorial Panel and a listing of descriptive terms and codes for reporting medical services and procedures performed by physicians.
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.