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subcode

(ˈsʌbˌkəʊd)
n
a computer tag identifying data on something such as a compact disc
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The second author generated memos on patterns, trends, and within code and subcode observations, which, along with the codes, provide evidence of the teacher education program's impact.
An analytic performance estimation framework for multibit biometric discretization based on equal-probable quantization and linearly separable subcode encoding.
Platform permissions' is a subcode of the 'Permissions' code in the above list; other subcodes within Permissions are 'Locked out (of Moodle)' and 'Server permissions'.
Data reduction occurred through the determination of frequency rates and prioritization of each subcode per participant.
The existing encoding schemes for biometric discretization include Direct Binary Representation [2][8], Binary Reflected Gray Code [6] and Linearly Separable SubCode [11].
The subcode of the stop light is constructed on the denotative one.
168): translations as a subcode of each of the linguistic codes involved.
First, and most important, it was implemented as a special mode or subcode to the primary braille code in which text was prepared (either literary braille or Nemeth Code).
forest obtained from the subcode [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Activities such as riding and dancing, and unfamiliar, exotic surroundings, also belong to the subcode of metonymic displacements.