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decode

[dē′kōd]
(communications)
To translate coded characters into a more understandable form.

decode

(cryptography)
To apply decryption.

decode

(1) To convert coded data back into its original form. Contrast with encode.

(2) See decrypt.
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Our test helps to meet the need for improved risk stratification and patient outcomes, and we believe that this alliance will make these benefits available to a greater number of patients," said Kari Stefansson, Executive Chairman and President of Research at deCODE.
deCODE operates the largest and most advanced high-throughput genotyping facility in the world, supported by its renowned scientists in genetics, robotics, statistics, and informatics.
Diamond 385VDO - Provides decode only for the Main and ASP profiles, making this ideal for advanced handsets and PMPs.
DECODE Entertainment is a subsidiary of DHX Media Ltd, a leading international producer and distributor of television programming and interactive content with an emphasis on children, family and youth markets.
iPolicy Networks' patented universal application decode engine addresses these limitations, providing complete application awareness through layer 7.
RMI provides DivX decode support on both Linux and Windows CE based SDKs.
The PBS KIDS broadcast of FRANNY'S FEET is produced by DECODE Entertainment in association with Thirteen/WNET.
1-channel bit streams, and can decode and play back all of these DTS bit streams in sync with the Pro Tools timeline.
It synthesizes with major digital cell libraries, and can decode SD content with as low as 40MHz frequency, and HD 1080p and 1080i with 200MHz.