There is, after all, something hopeful about a future that was smart about encoding our civil liberties.
“They were nice people,” said Dennis Scarna, an encoding engineer who took a job at the company in 1999.
Negative encoding, from an advertiser's perspective, is still better than no encoding at all.
Leibniz tried hard to make this language utilizable in all domains of human activity, in encoding laws, scientific results, music.
encoding hierarchy, some languages place women in a secondary position.
Literacy only indirectly reflects the encoding of experience in a medium of expression and communication.
encoding en·cod·ing (ěn-kō'dĭng)
The first of three stages in the memory process, involving processes associated with receiving or registering stimuli through one or more of the senses and modifying that information.