Definitions for "Coding"
The process of allocating codes to responses collected during fieldwork facilitating analysis of data.
Entering the answer to survey questions into a computer in abbreviated form. For example, M for male, F for female. Coding in qualitative research uses the same principle, on a larger scale.
this is done when observations, segments of text, visuaul images or responses to a questionnaire or interview are collected into groups which are like one another, and a symbol is assigned as a name for the group. Data may be `coded' as they are collected, as where respondents are forced to reply to fixed-choice questions. Alternatively, the coding of qualitative data can form a part of an interpretive, theory building approach.
Keywords:  diagnoses, fraud, upcoded, cpt, earmark
The act of translating data and information into numerical format to be used for statistical purposes in rate setting, actuarial and other reporting or report writing mechanisms.
A mechanism for identifying and defining physicians' and hospitals' services. Coding provides universal definition and recognition of diagnoses, procedures and level of care. Coders usually work in medical records departments and coding is a function of billing. Medicare fraud investigators look closely at the medical record documentation which supports codes and looks for consistency. Lack of consistency of documentation can earmark a record as "upcoded" which is considered fraud.
A system whereby a numerical code is applied to medical descriptions of diagnoses, procedures, pharmaceutical elements, and durable medical equipment. These numerical descriptions permit easy accounting procedures for statistical classification.
The web page that you are looking at now has been created using XHTML code. The difference between HTML (see definition below) and XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language) is is the successor of HTML and has 3 variants. Each variant has its own Document Type Definition (DTD), which outlines the rules and regulations of how the document should be constructed
(IEEE) (1) In software engineering, the process of expressing a computer program in a programming language. (2) The transforming of logic and data from design specifications (design descriptions) into a programming language. See: implementation.
The act of programming a computer; specifically, generating source code in the language of the program's choice. The most popular languages used by programmers are Pascal, C, and C++.
The list, in computer code or in pseudo-code, of the successive computer operations required to solve a given problem; repertoire of instructions. CODING, ALPHABETIC A system of abbreviation used in preparing information for input into a computer such that information is reported in the form of letters, e.g., New York as NY, carriage return as CN, etc.
a rule linking one collection of objects (such as famous people, or letters of the alphabet) to another collection of things
Keywords:  reply, devise, identify, coupons, list
Identifying marks used on response coupons to identify the mailing list, version of mailing, or other differentiation within the mailing.
A devise used to identify the list, offer, or some other form of testing, which is linked back to a name and address. Or a structure of letters and numbers used to classify address characteristics on a list.
Identifying devices used on reply devices to identify the mailing list or other source from which the address was obtained.
Keywords:  workprint, mag, sync, yellow, later
once the workprint and sound stock (mag) have been placed in sync, the rolls are coded with matching yellow edge numbers so they can be matched up later once they have been cut up into pieces.
Satellite and cable operators often transmit chargeable programmes which are coded to avoid illegal watching. Watching is possible with a suitable decoding device. (see D2MAC, eurocrypt).
Electrical techniques used to convey binary signals.
A predetermination system for facilitating the location of desired micro images. Coding may take any number of forms, ranging from flash areas to roll microfilm to binary coding in photo memory systems.
The third step in the analog-to-digital conversion process in which the information is written in binary form.
The process of representing a varying function as a series of digital numbers.
(1) The process of putting abbreviated file designations on documents. See also FILE CODES, FILE DESIGNATION.(2) The process of converting data to a form that a computer can process. See also CODE (2) and (3).
the process of reviewing open-ended responses and systematically representing similar ideas with numbers, or 'codes.'
Keywords:  bee, docs, inc, sorting, extracting
Extracting key information for documents to be used for sorting, searching, or indexing. Coding can be done by a human or a software product. Bee Documents, Inc. offers professional coding services that integrate with their Bee Docs' Discover document management technology.
A very important procedure for any telemarketing or direct marketing activity, as this allows all activity and performance to be monitored and altered accordingly in order for maximum results to be achieved from any campaign.
Keywords:  addictive, drug
An addictive drug.
Converting information into digital form.
The method of representing information (video, audio, data) with a series of discreet digital codes. Different from "conditional access".
Means by which information about sensory quality or strength is conveyed to the central nervous system, see also Frequency Code
The translation of stimulus information into various dimensions of sensation (e.g., intensity and quality) that are actually experienced.
An account number issued to a financial document. Portions of an invoice, payroll check, etc. may be charged to several different accounts/funds (split-coding).
Labelling a piece of text or a statement, to make sense of it by summarizing it. Depending on the research question, one piece of text can be coded in various different ways. See also coding for surveys, which uses the same principle on a smaller scale.
turning around of an electronic message (generally email) of a way that only the sender and the receiver can read the message. - it covers of the page
Keywords:  cipher, writing, act
act of writing in code or cipher
Keywords:  precise, species, thing, another, allow
a precise thing and does not allow one species to become another
Keywords:  encoding, see
See encoding.
associating a unique number with a particular asset
Keywords:  source, generation
The generation of source code.