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en·cod·ing

(en-kōd'ing),
The first stage in the memory process, followed by storage and retrieval, involving processes associated with receiving or briefly registering stimuli through one or more of the senses and modifying that information; a decay process or loss of this information (a type of forgetting) occurs rapidly unless the next two stages, storage and retrieval, are activated.

encoding

The process in the mental modal model by which long-term memory is formed.

en·cod·ing

(en-kōd'ing)
The first stage in the memory process, followed by storage and retrieval, involving processes associated with receiving or briefly registering stimuli through one or more of the senses and modifying that information.
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Scene-based encoding automatically inserts a keyframe at each scene change, which promotes quality.
A mid- range Intel[R] multi-core 1U server with ten NVMe bays hosting host ten T400 modules can support 80x simultaneous H.265 1080p30 real-time encoding sessions.
Bitmovin has an encoding portfolio that includes Per-Title Encoding, Multi-Codec Streaming, Per-Scene Adaptation and AI Encoding.
The encoding of B frames requires the knowledge of previous and future frames (which must be encoded in advance) and the decoder must save all past and future reference frames necessary for decoding the target B frame.
Communications and networking protocols, for instance, need to conform with the timing constraints arising from the frame dependencies introduced by the video encoding and accommodate the video traffic with its bitrate variability.
Because it was generally believed that solving such problems through pure CNF encoding is inefficient, many authors have proposed specialized algorithms: Pseudo-Boolean solvers.
Metro Encoding has the specifications on file for all of the major distribution sites, online publishing platforms and Advertising platforms including: YouTube, VEVO, iTunes, Brightcove, Vimeo and Doubleclick.
Sample Digital's services range from its digital dailies, which encode the day's work done on film sets and transmits them through a private delivery system for viewing by the film's executives, crew and cast in screening rooms, on computers and on their own home, office or hotel televisions via a special, dedicated, set top box; to encoding films, clips and trailers for viewing on computers, televisions, iPods and cell phones via video on demand, cable TV service and Internet feeds.
In the third study, scientists measured activity among 217 genes encoding microRNA molecules.
With Gen 2, the speed of encoding tags will be significantly increased, making it possible to encode 100 or more tags per minute.
Magnetic stripe encoding and an E-card docking station will be available on both models as either factory-installed or field-upgradeable options.
At the encoding layer, SAS uses 8b10b encoding to create transmission characters and primitives from bits.