The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is an alphanumeric printable identifier that uniquely identifies an international publication. It is unique for each journal publication and different from the other publications published by the same publisher. Each publication is associated with an ISSN. The ISSN is used for identifying the publication and is usually printed on the copyright page of the publication (often as a copyright notice for publishers who pay for an ISBN).
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique identifier for a book which provides a standard way to identify each book. ISBNs are used to identify books in a library catalog. The ISBN defines a standard for identifying books that should be associated with a library. The ISBN uses a 12-digit number that represents a unique book number for the publisher, the publication date, and a 5-digit book number. ISBNs are generally printed on the copyright page of the book.
The Common Data Format (CDF) is a standard for representingdocumentation data. It provides a method for publishing meta-data about documents in a machine-readable, structured, and well-defined format.
Tuple with the reflectance margin module grades that are determinedduring the assessment of print quality according to the ISO/IEC 15415standard Chapter 126.96.36.199. This includes the finder patternmodules and 4 quiet zones adjacent to the symbol (2 horizontal and2 vertical).
The error correction code is the amount of errorcorrection capacity of the 2D data code, which is used by the readerin order to reconstruct a symbol from the raw data. When thecorrected symbol can be decoded the error correction code is 0.The content indicates the type of the symbol. Thevalue is always one of the following values: 0=Aztec Codes, 1=QR Codes, 2=ECC 200,3=QR Codes with data masking (see ISO/IEC 15415, Chapter 7.3.3).
The MATLAB environment is based on the MathWorks MATLAB® Compiler, or MMC, which is a proprietary language developed by MathWorks to facilitate the building of applications. MMC understands the MATLAB language and various task APIs and provides efficient intermediate language compilers for compiling functions and scripts.
The MATLAB® Engine is the core of the MATLAB product. It compiles, executes, and interprets MATLAB scripts and programs, as well as runs the M-files and M-links created by the MMC. It also allows the exchange of data between MATLAB applications, the MathWorks M-files and M-links, and other programming languages, including C, C++, and Visual Basic. 827ec27edc