decoded message

decoded message

(in communication theory) a message as translated by a receiver. If it is correctly interpreted within the context of the message as sent by the sender, the decoded message is the same as the encoded message. If it is not understood and interpreted as sent, it is not the same as the encoded message and is potentially misinterpreted.
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Users can highlight any messages in the ladder diagram and observe the corresponding detail decoded message details.
c] as another key; this is decoded message from the previous step.
The decoded message read: "Jackie Fisher who are you Dreadnought" -referring to Admiral Fisher who introduced the first modern battleship, HMS Dreadnought.
This lesson plan provides the background for the incident; identifies the National History Standards and National Civics and Government Standards correlations; presents three learning activities; and offers primary two documents--the coded telegram and the decoded message.
Assimilation (recognition of decoded message that accepted verified information).
I scribble the decoded message on the back of the paper.
They pursued murderers, carried classified documents, decoded messages, and maintained their cover in highly charged situations.
MATHS genius Alan Turing was famously the man who decoded messages on the Nazi's Enigma machine - and cut short the Second World War by two years.
Readers decoded messages by shifting the letters three places to the left.
Using decoded messages supplied by Turing and company, they successfully applied the social knack they had for remembering people's names and positions, where they were from, who they were friends with, and so on, to the tracking of the German High Command.
As per the agreement, India can submit the name of a suspect it wants to tap, and RIM will return decoded messages on request.
The decoded messages also reveal a surprising way to unite science and religion.