verb (used with object), en·cod·ed, en·cod·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM encodeen·cod·a·ble, adjectiveen·code·ment, nounen·cod·er, nounmis·en·code, verb (used with object), mis·en·cod·ed, mis·en·cod·ing.
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We start from the digital information of what the virus encodes for and go on from there.Will a Covid-19 Vaccine Change the Future of Medical Research? (Ep. 430)|Stephen J. Dubner|August 27, 2020|Freakonomics
It encoded motion and mathematics into a single, glinting geometric object.How Physics Found a Geometric Structure for Math to Play With|Kevin Hartnett|July 29, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The hippocampus is most famous for its ability to encode episodic memories—the memory of whats, whens, wheres, and whos.Towards ‘Eternal Sunshine’? New Links Found Between Memory and Emotion|Shelly Fan|July 28, 2020|Singularity Hub
Modern deep learning is at the very least biologically-inspired, encoding information in the strength of connections between large networks of individual computing units known as neurons.A New Brain-Inspired Learning Method for AI Saves Memory and Energy|Edd Gent|July 27, 2020|Singularity Hub
Experiments even showed that people were more likely to forget words that were presented exactly at systole than words that they saw and encoded during the rest of the cardiac cycle.How Your Heart Influences What You Perceive and Fear|Jordana Cepelewicz|July 6, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Shun distractions, in other words, and you should encode events more effectively.
To encode a message which may be your last words on earth is not the easiest of tasks.
Writing helped to encode his logic of proper inference from premises expressed in sentences.
But once the scale changes, it is doubtful that we could encode the resulting complexity in such formalizations.