coder

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n coder a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
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Usage

In literature:

What did a coder or code book, matter at the present moment?
"The White Moll" by Frank L. Packard
Private Watson W. Coder, wounded and captured.
"The Bright Side of Prison Life" by Samuel A. Swiggett
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In news:

CodeRed upgrade expands citizens warnings.
Cassandra Jo Coder, 26, died Friday, Oct 5, 2012, after an extended illness.
She was born Dec 27, 1985, the daughter of Gina R Bocook and Joseph W Coder.
WILLIAMSFIELD — Cassandra Jo Coder, age 26, went home to be with the Lord, after an extended illness on Friday, Oct 5, 2012.
Matthew Christopher, of Christopher Chiropractic in Williamsburg, was recently recognized as a Certified Chiropractic Professional Coder by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).
All coders should review this clinical documentation to identify all diagnoses and procedures requiring coding to increase the accuracy and specificity of coding .
Write once, use 50 times: How CMS' coder challenge will benefit states.
Teaching a New Generation of Coders and Web Developers.
A newly archived AMA webinar helps physicians and professional coders navigate the intricacies of reporting modifier 59.
The coder uses the key on a page to encode a message, with each character on each page used only once to encrypt .
Coder Elementary – Kelly Neff, LVN: 817-441-6095.
GIWA CodeRED implemented , register now.
Gasparilla Island Water Association, Inc (GIWA) contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution.
Canadian coders best in the world .
Rent a Coder operates an online marketplace where a pool of more than 250,000 computer programmers from over the world compete for projects.
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In science:

Interestingly, the dither noise provides our coder with perceptual properties such as the enhancement of the image contours and singularities as well as the reconstruction error whitening.
Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
The first part consists of the Sections 2 to 5 and presents the design of our bio-inspired scalable image coder/decoder with a deterministic behavior.
Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
In Section 3, we show how this retina model can be used as the basis of a novel bio-inspired image coder.
Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
In Section 6, we show how we integrated the dithering process in our coder/decoder.
Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
We show, on two test images with different properties, the ability of our dithered scalable coder to accelerate the recognition of the image details and singularities during the decoding process.
Streaming an image through the eye: The retina seen as a dithered scalable image coder
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