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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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We wish to emphasize that our algorithm can be applied to simple majority decoding codes, product codes (PC) or parallel (PCB) [2], serial concatenated codes [4] and quasi-cyclic codes [3].
Section IV proposes the application of the correction impulse method in turbo decoding for MAWCAIN channels with a suitable choice for the amplitude of inserted correction impulse.
Critique: Enhanced with the inclusion of ten pages of Notes, as well as a five page Index, "Decoding the Workplace: 50 Keys to Understanding People in Organizations" is as informed and informative a read as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking.
The proposed method stated above does not need the fractal decoding process, but all the encoding process is necessary to compute the ACER.
Generally, triggering is done in hardware and decoding in software with the provision that the bandwidth of the oscilloscope must equal the bit rate of the signal and the sampling rate must be four times the symbol rate.
Complementing the MGW Ace is the MGW D265, a high-performance IP decoding appliance with a compact footprint, best-in-class connectivity options, and low delay processing.
The main contribution of this paper is applying the concept of iterative soft decoder for concatenated codes [15] in the context of network-channel decoding in MARC setup.
"Decoding Dictatorial Statues" responds to urgent concerns about the representation of our heritage by not only asking us to examine what history gets put on a pedestal, but also to consider the visual rhetoric of the statue itself.
Researchers used the data to develop a novel decoding technology that could predict mood variations over time from the brain signals in each human subject, a goal unachievable to date.
The method enabled for the first time, nearly 90% single trial decoding accuracy across tested subjects, within 96 ms of the stimulation, with zero user training, and with no additional cognitive load on the users.
In general, CPM-QC-LDPC code has many advantages over any other existing types of LDPC code, especially in terms of encoding and decoding complexity of hardware implementation.
The aim of this paper is to review the literature on the minsum based LDPC decoding method for decode and forward (DF) relay protocol and describe the current methods available in the min-sum based LDPC decoding process.