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The best use for the codebooks is for feeding incinerators.
We will now use this codebook to enter the data for the three cases.
Lempel-Ziv and Welch developed an alternative method (LZW) of encoding data in 1985 that also uses pattern recognition but allows the decoder to build the codebook as it processes the data stream.
Some people using NES data -- or any data produced by someone else accompanied by a codebook -- follow the convention of naming the variable by its codebook number (i.
Many approaches have been proposed to overcome this problem, and most of these approaches can be divided into two categories: context codebook construction [6-8] and spatio-temporal pyramid [9-11].
In this paper, LVQ is used to define class regions in the input space by placing similar codebook vectors in to classes.
You can suggest changes to be incorporated into the Code of Practice, or The Editors' Codebook which accompanies it.
Experts from UK intelligence agency GCHQ said the message, which has 27 five-letter code groups, is impossible to crack without its codebook.
According to the GCHQ, the message probably is encoded with a codebook or one-time pad encoding system prevalent during the time and deciphering it may require the same code book.
They examine topics in word spotting, digit recognition, a codebook for handwriting recognition, segmentation techniques for flowchart recognition, word segmentation, multilingual recognition, character classification, bank check processing and postal automation, mathematical expression, signature recognition, writer identification, forensic applications, and historical documents.
Dependence between bit rate per sample and frame length is also observed Finaly, we analised influence of codebook size and number on quality of transmission.