encode

[v] - convert ordinary language into code
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encode

code verb convert ordinary language into code; `We should encode the message for security reasons`
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ENCODE

==Pilot phase== The project was initiated with a $12 million pilot phase. The aim of this was to evaluate a variety of different methods for use in later stages. Essentially this involved using a number of existing techniques to analyse a portion of the genome equal to about 1% (30mb). The results of these analyses will then be evaluated based on
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Encode

[semiotics] In semiotics, the process of creating a message for transmission by the addresser to the addressee is called encoding. The act of interpreting the message by the addressee is called decoding. ==Discussion== The process of message exchanges, or semiosis, is a key characteristic of human life depending on rule-governed and learned
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