gap coding

gap coding

[′gap ‚kōd·iŋ]
(communications)
A process for conveying information by inserting gaps or periods of nontransmission in a system that normally transmits continuously.
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Using gap coding, for instance (see Mickevich and Johnson, 1976; Archie, 1985), the group means for each coefficient are ordered by size and adjacent means compared to the respective pooled within-group standard deviation times an arbitrary constant (in this case 1; see Table 8).
Gap coding (discussed above), for example, yields results shown in Table 8.