numeric coding

numeric coding

[nü′mer·ik ′kōd·iŋ]
(computer science)
Code in which only digits are used, usually binary or octal.
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NMFTA also assigns the Standard Point Location Code[R] (SPLC[TM]), a numeric coding system designed to identify points in North America that originate and receive transportation with their geographic locations, as well as SPLC Online[TM].
We have incorporated switch-adapted Beamz music interface (a computer-based musical instrument), apps on iPad, koto using Eye Gaze technology, low-cost adaptations of mounting musical instruments such as chimes, two-tone block, tambourine and a keyboard with numeric coding and mounting.
For this purpose, a number of approaches are employed which include i) Numeric coding of parental and offspring genotypes to simplify the symbolic representation, ii) A very quick "line-dot method" is described to draw genotype outcomes which is then elaborated into "line-dot hexagon" (Ld-hex), iii) Modifying Punnett squares with numeric coding and incorporating symbols to describe gender and affection status, iv) "Ternary coded genotype probability groups" that are also described in the form of "basic genotype hexagon" (bG-hex) (Figs.
Ternary numeric coding, line-dot approach and modified Punnett squares
The method used for this study was Kernahan modified double 'Y' with numeric coding system.
This classification system was used in this study because it not only provides symbolic illustration with numeric coding system but it can be easily recorded in computer program (Fig 1).
Supported by a global sales and service network, the C-Series + range, which includes the C1000+, C3000+ and C6000+ variants, delivers standard alpha numeric coding solutions to a full case decorating suite for enhanced, complex late stage coding.
While CPT is the most widely used system for reimbursement, other alphanumeric and straight numeric coding systems exist, including:
DSM-IV is the American Psychiatric Association's manual that provides a description, diaagnostic criteria, and a numeric coding system for mental disorders.