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codeword

(ˈkəʊdˌwɜːd)
n
(Communications & Information) (esp in military use) a word used to identify a classified plan, operation, etc. Also: codename
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Andrea Martland was only rescued from thuggish Kevin Moran when her brother phoned, suspecting she was in trouble, and told her to say the codeword, "Dad", if she needed help.
MLD is based on a number of parity check equations which are orthogonal to each other, so that, at each iteration, each codeword bit only participates in one parity check equation, except the very first bit which contributes to all equations.
Afterwards, the relay node R modulates the estimated relay codeword [c.
Marked as "copy 73" and bearing the codeword BIGOT, the administrative order belonged to the late grandfather of auctioneer Jonathan Humbert.
Different codeword are used for new terrorist activities, they added.
In RLS-SRC, a codeword of the dictionary d is used to represent a resampling category that corresponds to a column of the dictionary D.
In the event of an invasion the codeword "Cromwell" would be used to indicate that a paratroop invasion was imminent, and "Oliver" meant that the invasion had commenced.
First, if n = 7, x is the only vertex whose neighbourhood does not contain any codeword other than x.
We see that all codeword neighbours of a [member of] AA belong to the set B* [union] {x} since a and its pair a' must have the same codeword neighbours apart from x, and if b [member of] AB is a codeword neighbour of both a and a', then b belongs to AB*.
In this step, given an instance x, a codeword is generated by using the outputs of B binary classifiers.
A group calling themselves the IRA, but known as the New IRA, claimed responsibility for the devices in a message to a nationalist newspaper in Belfast, using a recognised codeword, with a warning of more attacks to come.
The group claimed responsibility for the devices in a message to an Irish newspaper, using a recognised codeword, with a warning of more attacks to come.