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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 provide runtime antivirus protection, VirtAV detects viruses on the critical path of execution of binary codes.
A database representative is given a binary code which is generated as a subsequence, each of its elements (an element is referred to as a subsequent) is a sequence of [2.
The invention of the binary code was part of Leibniz's attempt to construct a mechanical calculator.
The output optical binary code bits can be converted into the electrical domain by applying appropriate photodetectors, then fed into electrode voltage for corresponding MZI.
In AnnoSearch, each bit of the binary code is assigned with a bit-level weight; while in Hamming distance weighting, the aim is to weight the overall Hamming distance of local features for feature matching.
The tool analyzes the binary code and automatically and accurately detects the presence of the no-sleep bugs," Samuel Midkiff, a Purdue professor of electrical and computer engineering, said.
Based on this idea, in this paper we propose a cluster based approach and present two new mixed codes for inverted file index compression: mixed k-base gamma/k-flat binary code and mixed k-base delta/k-flat binary code.
It is engineered so that the binary code can be accessed by a synchronous serial interface.
Developed by Professor Williams at Keele University, Staffordshire the new system combines a breakthrough in direct binary code compression and data handling technology, with a highly innovative new memory system.
Computer codes: The "beef" of a video game: written instructions that the computer translates into a series of numbers called binary code (a two-digit computer language made of zeros and ones).
3 CHz in 1 MHz steps in a 100 MHz band by application of a remote binary code.
Burson's haunting piece would seem to have achieved something akin to this goal--whether by accident or by some almost paranormal force unleashed by the combination of Patz's features, a particular computer software's binary code, and the artist's own futile, Geppetto-like wish to transform a photograph of a dead child into the mirror image of a real, living boy.