chain code

chain code

[′chān ‚kōd]
(computer science)
A binary code consisting of a cyclic sequence of some or all of the possible binary words at a given length such that each word is derived from the previous one by moving the binary digits one position to the left, dropping the leading bit, and inserting a new bit at the end, in such a way that no word recurs before the cycle is complete.
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Dorint Hotel Maison Messmer in Baden-Baden will benefit from HotelREZ's private management of its DO chain code, gaining instant access to over half a million travel agents and OTA partners globally.
The NPA is now keen to discuss the possibility of a pork supply chain Code of Conduct to ensure more transparent pricing.
In the Existing method, Shyni et al(2015) have experimented zoning and chain code procedure for selecting the features from various character samples.
The levy available to the GCA is used to fund investigations into retailers which may have breached the Groceries Supply Chain Code of Practice.
The care chain code assigned to this product thread is A/BCDEFG.
Finally, the output of both chain code and DPCM are encoded by arithmetic coding [7].
Agents, will also note that all member hotels will be represented under one common chain code - PH - on global distribution systems (GDS), with all hotels still being found under the brand's master chain code PV.
Great Hotels of the World provides a range of products, services and innovative technology solutions for over 250 hotels worldwide through trade shows, e-marketing, business travel sales, meeting and incentive sales, public relations, Meeting Forums and a private label GDS chain code (GW).
Firstly, the paper extracts and tracks the image edge and gets seed profile; and then it chooses 8-connectivity chain code method to calculate the perimeter.
A Vion spokeswoman yesterday said: "Vion Foods can confirm that representatives of its senior management team are meeting with ASDA today under the provisions of the Grocery Supply Chain Code of Practice (GSCOP).
Based on the criteria in UL 800, the assessment tool helps a manufacturer evaluate its sustainability profile based on key indicators, such as environmental purchasing policies, greenhouse gas reduction targets, and sustainable supply chain code of conduct.