Other examples of encoding include:
- Encoding (in cognition) is a basic perceptual process of interpreting incoming stimuli; technically speaking, it is a complex, multi-stage process of converting relatively objective sensory input (e.g., light, sound) into subjectively meaningful experience.
- A content format is a specific encoding format for converting a specific type of data to information.
- Text encoding uses a markup language to tag the structure and other features of a text to facilitate processing by computers. (See also Text Encoding Initiative.)
- Semantics encoding of formal language A in formal language B is a method of representing all terms (e.g. programs or descriptions) of language A using language B.
- Electronic encoding transforms a signal into a code optimized for transmission or storage, generally done with a codec.
- Neural encoding is the way in which information is represented in neurons.
- Memory encoding is the process of converting sensations into memories.
- Television encoding: NTSC, PAL and SECAM
Other examples of decoding include:
- Digital-to-analog converter, the use of analog circuit for decoding operations
- Decoding (Computer Science)
- Decoding methods, methods in communication theory for decoding codewords sent over a noisy channel
- Digital signal processing, the study of signals in a digital representation and the processing methods of these signals
- Word decoding, the use of phonics to decipher print patterns and translate them into the sounds of language
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