decipherment

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the activity of making clear or converting from code into plain text

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SDSC with Sun Microsystems, Santa Clara, Calif., and TimeLogic Corp., Crystal Bay, Nev., which manufactures DeCypher accelerators, conducted the tests using the National Center for Biotechnology Information's (NCBI) NR75 non-redundant protein database and SDSC's Hidden Markov Model database.
DeCypher's accelerated computing delivers the value of MasterCatalog to researchers in real time."
Each 'trap' is relentlessly deconstructed, though it is not easy to decypher quite what is meant by trap, or conveyed in the deconstruction process.
It is a complex tale that requires readers to pay close attention to critical details in order to decypher the author's ingenious plot (it involves an invention that anticipates holography, virtual reality, and several other recent high-tech innovations).
In the past it was considered more rewarding to intercept and decypher the enemy's communications than to disrupt or jam his sources.
'At first I had neglected them; but now that I was able to decypher the characters in which they were written, I began to study them with diligence.
Theatre Absolute's Zero found resident writer Chris O'Connell on his sharpest form at Warwick Arts Centre's studio, while grime theatre pioneers The Decypher Collective displayed their wit and innovative linguistic skills with 8Sixteen32, previously performed as a work in progress during 2007, at Birmingham Rep.
Today and tomorrow: Decypher Collective & Inner City Life @ The Rep.
It was sent mail order which meant I had to decypher the incomprehensible instructions with the help of a manual, a morse code machine and a prayer.
The I3C vendor demonstration at BIO 2001 included Blackstone Computing's SmartBlast; a DeCypher bioinformatics accelerator from TimeLogic, Sun Microsystems, and Dell Computer; IBM's Discovery Link data integration software; INCOGEN's VIBE visual data analysis and mining environment; and LabBook's Genomic Browser, a graphic interface for accessing and displaying genomic data in an XML format.
Otherwise the Rep's best moments came in The Door, with Bryony Lavery's fine new play Last Easter and some outstanding community work including the Young REP's absolutely gripping account of Moises Kaufman's The Laramie Project, an ensemble piece about a homophobic murder and its impact on a small community, and the Decypher Collective's virtuoso "grime theatre" piece 81632, performed as part of Punch Records' Bass Music Festival.