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code·book

 (kōd′bo͝ok′)
n.
A book that lists the symbols of a code and their meanings.

codebook

(ˈkəʊdˌbʊk)
n
a book containing the means to decipher a code
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Lai, "An adaptive data hiding scheme with high embedding capacity and visual image quality based on SMVQ prediction through classification codebooks," Image and Vision Computing, vol.
In FDD systems, the effect of quantized CSIT is analyzed in [6] and [7], in which the authors use Grassmannian codebooks to quantize the channel direction information and feedback to transmitters with frequency domain symbol extension.
Note that Lemma 1 contributes the CCDF of deterministically generated codebook, which is differentiated from the CCDF of random codebooks [22][30][31].
Random codebooks are assumed to be used because RVQ is very amenable to analysis and also performs measurably close to optimal quantization.
But nothing he watched then could ever compare with what he witnessed on December 27, 1941, when, as a 37-year-old naval intelligence officer attached to the Bletchley Park codebreaking centre, he evaded bullets fired at him by German snipers while he clambered on board one of their armed trawlers beached on Vagsoy Island, off the coast of Norway, so that he could seize her Enigma codebooks.
Basically the Kronecker product--based codebook is the product of two traditional discrete Fourier transform codebooks.
Able Seaman Grazier is the man who helped crack the German U-boats' Enigma machine by stealing its complex codebooks.
If engaged in a deliverable project, develop codebooks to document the process including data preparation, data modeling and model validation.
The authors cover finding themes, codebooks and coding, conceptual models, grounded theory, and other related subjects.
We construct a bipartite graph to model the relationship between codebooks of different feature set.
Numerical values of the bit rate depending on the number of codebooks, for different frame lengths, are presented in Table II, for N = 128.