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(1) Any systematic collection of laws, regulations, or rules.(2) Shorthand for any of the various building codes,such as, for example,“This historic property has been updated and meets all current code requirements.”

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To preserve semantic binary codes, extracted codes are trained with provided images label data that will not only map binary codes with image labels but also help to calculate accuracy.
Then, for a given set of hash functions, we can map them to a set of corresponding binary codes by formula (10).
We hope to get a network which accepts the raw image as input and can map it to binary codes close to the target hash code.
Fleet, "Minimal loss hashing for compact binary codes," in Proceedings of nternational Conference on Machine Learning, pp.
We define the successive binary codes between two adjacent LCS blocks as un-LCS block with respect to old image and as updating block with respect to new image as shown in Table 2.
This method makes use of skew-symmetry property such that better performing codes are obtained from an input binary code of any length.
Move each bit (of the subsequent within the representative binary code) which corresponds to a one bit in the random key to the next left most bit of the subsequent binary code, and move the bit (corresponds to a zero bit) to the left most bit of the right half of the subsequent binary code (in order).
Thumb The customer puts their finger on a small screen, which records a binary code taken from points on their fingerprint - not the print itself.
Binary code is one of the most commonly used radar pulse compression signals due to the easy signal generation and processing.
Key showcases include the learning of 'Binary Code', the language of 0's and 1's to send, process and receive information, 'Binary Rain', an exhibit that allows guests to play with binary numbers in a unique interactive digital projection, and 'Get Digitized', an area that showcases the latest digital technology, personal computers and special effects.
Additionally, newly integrated in ZDS II is binary code for Zilog's RTOS and TCP/IP libraries.
Because it's not possible to trap all of the system calls concerned, the hypervisor sometimes must rewrite the binary code of the guest--called binary translation--to avoid the problematic instructions.