encode

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} şifrelemek
{f} kodlamak
(Bilgisayar) kodlama
(Askeri) kodlu metin
kapamak
şifre et
kodla

3031 Unicode'da 01 olarak kodlanmıştır. - 3031 is 01 encoded to Unicode.

enkode etmek
şifrele
sifre etmek
(Askeri) KODLAMAK: Açık metinleri kod şekline çevirmek
encoded
(Biyokimya) dizgileşmiş
encoded
şifrelenmiş
encoder
(Askeri) kriptocu
encoding
(Bilgisayar) dil kodlaması
encoding
(Tıp) enkoding
encoding
(Ticaret) kodlamak
encoding
kodaçımı
encoded
kodlanmış

3031 Unicode'da 01 olarak kodlanmıştır. - 3031 is 01 encoded to Unicode.

encoder
kodlayıcı
encoding
{f} şifrele
encoded
şifreli
encoders
kodlayıcılar
encoding
şifreleyerek
encoding
(Bilgisayar) Şifreleme
encoded
kodlanmış,v.şifre et: adj.şifreli
encoder
(Askeri) KRİPTOCU: Bir haberi kodlanmış hale getiren şahıs
İngilizce - İngilizce
ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements; a catalogue of all the functional elements, encoded in the human genome
To convert source information into another form
To convert plain text into code
The process of translating sound into symbols Encoding is the opposite of decoding Spelling requires encoding whereas reading requires decoding (Hall & Moats, 1999)
convert ordinary language into code; "We should encode the message for security reasons
To convert data characters into bar code symbol characters
To convert plain text into a different form by means of a code
If you encode a message or some information, you put it into a code or express it in a different form or system of language. The two parties encode confidential data in a form that is not directly readable by the other party decode. to put a message or other information into code   decode, decipher decipher
To convert (a character, routine, or program) into machine language
Conversion of information into a code
The compressing of a file (See "Compression") Encoding converts digital media files into stream-ready files and live feeds into streams Stream encoding adds indexed or "hinted" tracks that tell the streaming server how to package the media for transmission over the network
To convert an audio or video stream into a specific file format for use with media players and web browsers
Convert data to a form that is suitable for entry into a computer
To represent information in some form in the memory system (p 236)
To represent one set of values using another set of values, by constructing a mapping between them
{f} encrypt, convert a message into code (especially a secret code); put data into digital form (Computers)
To convert a message, file, or information into code
To turn the original message into the encoded message
The term used to describe the translation of information, such as text or photographs, into binary code
Translation of messages into symbols that the computer understands
To render permanently incoherent
To change a message into symbols or a form that can be transmitted by a communication system
To convert data into a different format, usually for the purpose of transferring it easily
To apply code, usually before machine processing or data transmission
To convert data into a form which may be processed by a computer
To convert data to a special format that is easier to transfer Examples are BinHex for FTP and Uuencode for Usenet newsgroups
The process by which sampled audio is prepared for VariPhrase manipulation
convert ordinary language into code; "We should encode the message for security reasons"
Convert data to machine-readable format The three steps in converting an analog signal to a digital signal are sampling, quantizing, and encoding
Process of translating a message into a form that can then be transmitted to a receiver (see also decode) (See 9)
Convert one music file type into another Most commonly, CD tracks are encoded as MP3 files
In general, to produce a string of symbols or numbers corresponding to an input value Particularly on the Internet, to produce a file that can be stored and transmitted using the Internet's usual routines from a file containing a data type the system isn't set up to handle Encoding is necessary because parts of the Internet, such as the mail system and Usenet newsgroups, were set up expecting only text files In order to transmit programs, spreadsheets, and other formatted files that might contain characters not allowed in text, as well as Macintosh files that contain multiple parts (forks), the files must be converted to a form that looks like text You then convert the files back to the original form as you download them, or you use a decoding utility afterwards For PC files and Unix programs, the most popular form of encoding is UUencoding For Macintosh files, it's BinHex To convert an analog signal, such as normal video, to its digital equivalent To "digitize" a signal
encoded
Simple past tense and past participle of encode
encoding
A conversion of plain text into a code or cypher form (for decoding by the recipient)
encoding
The way in which symbols are mapped onto bytes, e.g. in the rendering of a particular font, or in the mapping from keyboard input into visual text
re-encode
To encode again

I re-encoded my digital music collection at a lower bitrate to save disk space.

To encode
code
encoded
past of encode
encoded
Transferred information in a coded form to a medium
encoded
A form of scrambling a television signal usually using a "fixed key" method where all descramblers of a certain type are pre-set to unscramble the encoded signal (See also: Addressablilty, Encrypted, Scrambling)
encoded
A file rewritten in a coded way so that it makes sense to the computer but not to people
encoder
A feedback device that translated mechanical motion into an electronic signal or combination of signals (pulses) Field Motor field windings provide the magnetic field, located in the stator of DC shunt-wound motor, which interacts with the armature field to produce torque PM motors use magnets, instead of windings, to produce the stator field
encoder
A feedback device which converts mechanical motion into electronic signals Usually an encoder is a rotary device which outputs digital pulses which correspond to incremental angular motion Example: A 1000 line encoder produces 1000 pulses every mechanical revolution The encoder consists of a glass or metal wheel with alternating clear and opaque stripes which are detected by optical sensors to produce the digital outputs
encoder
A speed–sensing device which outputs a frequency of pulses proportional to the measured line speed
encoder
technology for position sensors The function principle is counting of pulses (incremental) or comparing of patterns (absolute)
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(n ) A facility that encodes data for the purpose of achieving data compression Frequently, the data to be encoded is video data, but other types of data, including audio, can be compressed as well Contrast with decoder See also cell encoding, data compression, entropy coding, H 261 encoding, hierarchical encoding, predictive encoding, run-length encoding, sequential encoding
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A device that encodes the signal before transmission
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Software used to convert a file from a computer sound file to an MP3 file
encoder
A feedback device which converts mechanical motion into electronic signals Usually an encoder is a rotary device that outputs digital pulses which correspond to incremental angular motion The encoder consists of a glass or metal wheel with alternating clear and opaque stripes that are detected by optical sensors to produce the digital outputs
encoder
A device used to encode a signal either for cryptography or compression
encoder
Equiment that converts a baseband analog input into a digital data stream
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(sensor) - a device that converts a linear or rotary displacement into digital representation
encoder
{i} person or thing that converts messages into code
encoder
The part of a CODEC that converts the audio into numbers and then mathematically compresses it
encoder
Apparatus consisting of a measuring standard and a scanning unit (transducer, sensor)
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program that converts a WAV file into an MP3 file
encoder
  See analog-to-digital converter
encoder
a system that maintains constraints between attributes of a concept and properties of the grapheme representing it
encoder
A device that converts linear or rotary displacement into digital or pulse signals The most popular type of encoder is the optical encoder, which uses a rotating disk with alternating opaque areas, a light source, and a photodetector
encoder
1 On a telescope, a device for digitizing the position or rotation of a moving part, i e for reading the mechanical position of that part of the telescope structure into a numerical control system 2 In computing, a facility that encodes data to achieve compression, in contrast to a decoder, which decompresses data
encoder
A digital circuit that takes one data input and provides equivalent output in binary or other number base, thus functioning in the opposite manner of a decoder
encoder
A device that generates signals to a pager
encoder
A program to compress digital audio data If you wanted to compress WAV´s into MP3´s or LiquidAudio you would have to use an encoder MPeX net Encoder
encoder
Component of the communication process in which information is translated from one form into another In speech, to encode is to translate ideas into spoken words A telephone mouthpiece serves as an encoder as it translates spoken sounds into electrical impulses
encoder
feedback device that utilizes an optical source and sensor to provide velocity and position information in the form of a digital signal; not readily adaptable to different environments
encoder
Displays aircraft's altitiude on ground-based radar screens
encoder
The electromechanical device, which contains a means for measuring distance traveled along a magnetic stripe, used to produce flux reversals at specified locations along the stripe
encoder
Circuit that converts information such as a decimal number or an alphabetic character into some coded form For example, circuit that coverts digits 0 through 9 to a binary code
encoders
plural of encoder
encodes
third-person singular of encode
encoding
The process of creating a long-term memory record to store an experience (Anderson)
encoding
(1) synonym for a character encoding form (2) synonym for a character set encoding This usage is common, especially in cases in which distinctions between a coded character set and a character encoding form is not important (i e 8-bit, single-byte implementations) Someone might think of an encoding as simply a mapping between byte sequences and the abstract characters they represent, though this model is not adequate to describe some implementations, particularly CJKV standards, or Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646
encoding
The underlying part of a code page that defines: a) the coding space (the number and allowable value of code points in a code page); b) the rules for sharing the coding space between control and graphic characters; and c) the rules related to the specific options permitted in that scheme
encoding
A set of unambiguous rules that establishes a character set and a relationship between the characters and their representations The character set does not have to be fixed to a finite pre-defined set of characters The representations do not have to be of uniform length Examples are an ISO2022 graphic set, a state-independent or state-dependent combination of graphic sets, possibly including control sets, and the X Compound Text encoding In X, encodings are identified by a string which appears as: the CharSetRegistry and CharSetEncoding components of an XLFD name; the name of a charset of the locale for which a font could not be found; or an atom which identifies the encoding of a text property or which names an encoding for a text selection target type Encoding names should be composed of characters from the X Portable Character Set
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An encoding is a mapping from a set of bytes onto a character set It is what determines which byte sequence represents which character The words "encoding" and "character set" are often used synonymously The specification for ASCII specifies both a character set and an encoding But CJK character sets often have multiple encodings for the character set (end multiple character sets for some encodings)
encoding
the activity of converting from plain text into code
encoding
The process of converting analogue (wave based information) to the digital information (ones and zeros) that can be used by computers Also known as digitisation
encoding
A means of combining clock and data information into a self-synchronized stream of signals
encoding
{i} ciphering, coding; conversion to a code which suits a device or program (Computers)
encoding
(also called Encryption, Offset Counter Format, or Integer Date Format) Encoding allows current field widths to be maintained by storing additional information into existing fields A more efficient use of bits may allow inclusion of century information For example, by converting the data type from ASCII to binary, larger numbers can be stored in the same field Similarly, if the numbering system was changed from decimal to hexadecimal, two-digit year values greater than 99 could be stored
encoding
the process of converting any audio format to MP3
encoding
Any technique or strategy in which the user selects a pre-determined sequence of items to retrieve a single concept or message (Dowden & Cook, in press) These speed enhancement techniques may utilize number, letters and/or symbols in the encoding sequences
encoding
The process of converting a message into a code that is designed to achieve a particular purpose (e g error detection and correction, bit rate reduction)
encoding
The conversion of data into a particular form for a particular purpose In relation the Internet, a way of converting files into a form that can be sent as e-mail Internet e-mail follows the ASCII standard ASCII characters are represented by seven bits; computer programs - including spreadsheet and word-processing packages - use eight-bit codes Such programs thus extend the number of characters and formatting options beyond what ASCII can handle Encoding techniques get around the problem They involve separating and regrouping the number of bits so that the binary output from a computer program can be coded as basic ASCII for transmission purposes, and restored to its original form at its destination
encoding
the rules used for serializing data types inside of a SOAP message The SOAP 1 1 specification defines a set of encoding rules, but SOAP messages can be used with any rules, or none at all The rules used for a particular message are identified by the encodingStyle attribute of the Envelope element
encoding
A method (algorithm) for presenting characters in digital form by correlating sequences of code values of into sequences of bytes (For example, ASCII, Unicode, and Windows 1252)
encoding
1) As related to auditory perception, the process by which sound arriving at a listener’s ears is encoded with directional information through the action of pinna reflections, head diffraction, and reflections from shoulders and torso 2) An electronic process for reducing the several channels of a surround sound system into a compatible stereo transmission medium Encoding processes in surround sound include the 4: 2: 4 matrix and Dolby Surround, etc 3) A process for reducing noise in transmission systems, employing processing at the input and complimentary processing at the output, e g Dolby or dbx noise reduction
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Encoding specifies the default character set that the Web browser uses to display Web pages In the American version of Netscape, the default is the Latin I character set Other available encodings include the Latin 2 character set (the default for Europe), Chinese, Japanese and Korean
encoding
The process of putting information into digital format
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The correspondence between numerical character codes and the final printable glyphs For instance, 0x41 is the ASCII code for the letter A Under Unicode/ISO-10646 0x1200 is the encoding of he
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The process of creating flux reversals at specific locations along the length of a magnetic stripe such that the flux reversal pattern represents specific data
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The activity of inserting specific computer codes (or "tags"), based on a specific tag set, in data files to designate various structural components of the text This process is also referred to as "marking-up" the data files
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The assignment of bit-patterns to data types in a computer For example, one given bit arrangement may define an integer data type (e g , 2's complement, 1's complement, or biased), whereas another may describe a character data type (e g , ASCII, EBCDIC)
encoding
present participle of encode
encoding
This is the name for the process in which larger sound files are compressed into smaller ones When you convert a file from WAV format into an MP3 file, you are encoding When you record a song from a CD into MP3 format, you are ripping (see below) and encoding it
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The process of converting translated data into bit patterns that are suitable for transmission
encoding
The process of applying a suitable code to an original message in order to change its form into one which is more advantageous for transmission, storage, reading, etc
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The process of transferring information from its ``natural'' form to an encoded form It requires an identification of the valid states associated with the information and the states of a code The process acts on an information unit and replaces it with the system whose state space contains the code
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