encodable

encodable

(ɪnˈkəʊdəbəl)
adj
able to be encoded
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Indeed, one cost of the synthesis was that process and relation, cherished by geographers as methodologically distanced by the rise of the quantitative methods as Hartshorne (1959) and Ullman (1980), were marginalized in encodable understandings of geographic data, rendered secondary and often unattainable, however desirable.
Li, "Design of efficiently encodable moderate-length high-rate irregular LDPC codes," IEEE Trans.
The only requirement is that evaluating a preference must be encodable in ASP (and thus have a complexity not beyond the second level of the polynomial time hierarchy).
Examining and predicting the geometric/topological structures of the genetic coding network is essential to understanding its (co)evolution as a complex communications system, employing a vocabulary of a given genetic code that determines the family of proteins encodable by the genes themselves.
In the digitised audiovisual archive, the objects are defined in binary code, 'the smallest information unit being the "bit," through whose duality words, images, sounds, and times are archivally encodable.
And since it needs only to explain a finite number of fundamental facts, a TOE itself need contain only a finite amount of information; in other words, it will also be encodable as a finite string of zeros and ones.
The circulation concept specially developed by Mikron reduces the number of encodable work carriers required to a minimum.
At C-DIT, Kumar has worked on security holograms, where developments included encodable machine-readable polymer holograms (see HN Vol 19, No 11).
During the 1980s it helped pioneer the development of deep freeze adhesives, encodable magnetic cards, computer-imprintable plastics, and various types of security tags.
The rest is a smart packaging of NdMH batteries, brushless DC motors, and an encodable key that secures the unit as well as lends individualized handling qualities for each rider.
The continued development and refinement of genetically encodable fluorescent probes has enabled tracking of subcellular translocation of proteins, visualization of physical interactions among multiple proteins, and, in some cases, measurement of conformational changes in a single protein.