Decoding is the reverse of encoding, which is the process of transforming information from one format into another. The corresponding verb is to decode. Specifically, it may also refer to:

  • Parsing in computer science
  • Digital-to-analog converter, "decoding" of a digital signal
  • Phonics decoding in communication theory
  • Decode (song), a 2008 song by Paramore
  • deCODE genetics

Other articles related to "decoding":

List Decoding - List-decoding Potential
... For a polynomial-time list-decoding algorithm to exist, we need the combinatorial guarantee that any Hamming ball of radius around a received word (where is ... List decoding promises to meet this upper bound ... The quantity is referred to in the literature as the list-decoding capacity ...
Combinatorics of List Decoding
... it proves the existence of (, )-list-decodable codes of good rate with a list-decoding radius much larger than ... slightly greater than which means that it is possible to correct far more errors with list decoding ...
Linear Programming Decoding
... In information theory and coding theory, linear programming decoding (LP decoding) is a decoding method which uses concepts from LP theory to solve decoding problems ... The basic idea behind LP decoding is to first represent the maximum likelihood decoding of a linear code as an integer linear program, and then relax the ...
Decoding Via Standard Array
... Decoding via a standard array is a form of nearest neighbour decoding ... In practise, decoding via a standard array requires large amounts of storage - a code with 32 codewords requires a standard array with entries ... Other forms of decoding, such as syndrome decoding, are more efficient ...