codebook


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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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If the received point is close to only one of the points in Bob's codebook, it will be easy for Bob to guess which word Mice meant.
Like all InCharge solutions, NPM leverages the InCharge Common Information Model (ICIM) to model the routing protocol domain, and Codebook Correlation Technology to pinpoint the root causes of the alarms it generates.
Descriptive coding organized the data to create a codebook using Excel to expedite sorting of descriptive variables.
7814-W implements the Electronic Codebook and the Cipher Block Chaining modes of operation for both encryption and decryption, and supports key sizes 128 bit, 192 bit, and 256 bit.
Everybody could read it without a codebook containing thousands of pages of microprint.
A sample codebook for several variables might look like this:
The use of the compressed data is contingent on the ability of the user software application to use the codebook to decode the format.
Computing practices covers everything you do from the time you open the codebook to a data set, or begin to enter your own data, to the time you produce the actual numbers that will be placed in a table of an article.
A less high-tech approach merely requests an item from a preprinted codebook of passwords.
Thus a variety of soft assignment methods have been introduced to reduce the quantization error by assigning each feature to several visual words [1], such as sparse coding [2], kernel codebook [3], locality-constrained linear encoding [4], and Fisher kernel [5], etc.
The objective of this algorithm is to prepare a set of codebook vectors in the input samples and use these vectors to classify unseen samples.
Vector Quantization (VQ) compresses MFCC vectors into a small set of mean vectors called codebook to efficiently represent phonetic classes thus making them more feasible to process speech for speaker verification and identification etc.