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decode

[dikōd′]
to interpret coded information into a form usable by a receiver.
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Reading Mastery I contains 160 daily lessons that teach basic decoding and comprehension skills.
The independent variable for this study was the application of a precorrection strategy used for teaching decoding skills to students with mild learning and behavior problems.
This is it in a nutshell: The confluence of the beginnings of modern decoding, computing, and disheveled hacker culture - it's a short step from Bletchley Park to the personal computer, now a fixture of everyday life in the industrialized world.
government has been sufficiently successful in suppressing the spread of encryption technologies both at home and abroad that the kinds of protections we should have - such as transparent encoding and decoding of e-mail in transmission or truly secure cell phones - are still in the future for most of us.
AAC LC decoder: implements MPEG-2/4 AAC decoding compliant with ISO/IEC 14496-3, supporting MPEG-2/4 AAC LC and LC multi-channel files as well as the decoding of ADIF, ADTS, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 file format data streams.
1 decoding as well as the Dolby Digital converter for compatibility with existing Dolby Digital 5.
MPEG-2/4 AAC LC decoder: implements MPEG-2/4 AAC decoding compliant with ISO/IEC 13818-4 and 14496-4.
And the HiFi2 Audio Engine is fully compatible with all industry standard audio coding formats, and delivers noticeably superior sound quality even when decoding prerecorded 16-bit encoded music files.
We are excited to help our customers deliver advanced video decoding features to the market.
We are proud to be the first company to introduce a chip that matches these new decoding needs, demonstrating our entrenched, technological leadership.
a leading provider of programmable digital video encoding and decoding solutions with its family of Broadband Signal Processor, or BSP(TM), ICs.