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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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Critique: The collaborative work of academicians Asimina Michailidou (Senior Researcher, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo, Norway), Hans-Jorg Trenz (Vice Chair, Center for Modern European Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark), and Pieter de Wilde (Senior Resarcher, Social Science Research Center Berlin, Germany), "Internet And European Integration" is a work of exceptional scholarship enhanced with the inclusion of four Annexes (Sampling of articles for quantitative and qualitative coding; Codebook Eurocrisis in online news media 2012-2012; Graphs and figures; Media ownership in the EU online space); ten pages of Notes; a twenty-eight page Bibliography, and an eleven page Index.
The advertised performance include the components revision and adaptation of the codebook, the media clipping in the daily rhythm including one to create today~s press mirror and the transmission via an online portal and media content analysis including trend measurement.
The course walks students through the ICD-9 codebook chapter by chapter, teaching the differences they need to be aware of as well as providing opportunities to practice ICD-9 coding.
1 in any Hibs fan's codebook for a derby is to indulge in taunting your rivals.
CodeBook allows you to strongly encrypt and decrypt files of any type using Internal Keys or Keys that you specify.
Among the topics are image representation using a sparsely sampled codebook for super-resolution, a survey of computational models of visual attention, techniques based on computer vision for detecting surface defects in apples, detecting cancer from microscopic biopsy images using image processing tools, automatic magnetic resonance imaging brain image segmentation using a gravitational search-based clustering technique, and a survey of medical image compression techniques and comparative analysis.
It is inviting the public to contribute by suggesting changes to be incorporated into the Code of Practice, or The Editors' Codebook which accompanies it.
uk/news/uk-20749632) BBC that it only took him 17 minutes and a World War I codebook to translate the message.
Expert Gord Young decoded it by consulting a Royal Artillery codebook that had been kept by a relative who fought in the conflict.
Another popular tool is the online Codebook Browser, which provides the list of dataset variables and their characteristics, including ways to sort, filter, and search.
In general almost all the traditional approaches adopt a two-stage process, first, the data is transformed into some other domain and or represented by the indices of the codebook, followed by an encoding of the transformed coefficients or the codebook indices.
GAAP XBRL codebook of the financial reporting concepts.