After all, the US had broken Japan's diplomatic codes and could sometimes decode messages faster than the Japanese themselves.
Viète was certainly well known for his mathematical abilities by this time and, as one of the Henry IV's most loyal supporters, it was natural for Henry to turn to Viète to decode messages being sent to his enemy Philip II of Spain.
processors used to decode CD-quality digital audio signals
Theory can also help historians to interpret and decode visual documents.
This is key for me at an open-admissions college, because we often have students who either cannot decode the words or cannot grasp an overall meaning.
How does your television decode the signals to produce the picture?
Tests showed that they could encode, transmit and decode a three-line English message in 20 seconds, about 90 times as fast as machines of that era.
The descramblers are devices that can decode dozens of digital channels transmitted to subscribers' houses.
As media saturate our lives, it is vital that children learn to decode messages and images, to ask critical questions about who is creating them and for what purpose.
Relational aesthetics tries to decode or understand the type of relations to the viewer produced by the work of art.