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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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Bewaji, while saying that CODER observed Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)'s failure to develop and enhance it's human capital, with it's personnel appearing poorly trained not to fully appreciate the gravity of the task assigned to them by law, declared that there was need for the electoral body to retrain, retool and reinvent itself to be able to meet the growing challenge posed by population explosion for it to be able to perform it's task as the 21st century electoral body.
For external reliability to be satisfied, procedures from the preceding study must be followed as closely as possible in the succeeding study, which is why debate exists on whether individuals serving as coders in a content analysis need to be experts.
Dubai: The One Million Arab Coders annual ceremony celebrated the initiative's first batch of graduates and top achievers at the VOX Cinema in Mall of the Emirates on Monday, with over 22,000 people around the Arab world completing the programme this year.
* Quality assurance: How often are coders measured?
There is also quick access to a single point of contact for expert support on both the coder and ribbon via Markem-Imaje's global service network.
The coder has a manual set or built-in speed detection, object detection by integrated photocells and conveyor stoppage output on printer error.
We can see that APUIS describes how a coder influences the price part of the objective function if we add him/her to the final team.
Simultaneously, coders began the educational process by utilizing resources from such organizations as the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and a multitude of training tools offered by private insurers.
AAPC credentialed coders have proven mastery of all code sets, evaluation and management principles, and documentation guidelines.
In [6, 7], architectures for the MQ coder are proposed which consume two context-data (C x D) pairs per clock cycle.
The influence of RS coder on packet error rate and communication quality in cooperative transmission is not considered in [3, 4], which also ignore the combination of RS coder and MIMO channel technology.
A centralized structure focuses on having one or two MDS nurse coders for the entire resident population.