What is Encoding and Decoding ? || B.ed Knowledge

Definition of Encoding :-

Encoding is the process of receiving input and transforming it into a form or code which can be stored .

Encoding is the process of converting data from one form to another . In order to convey meaning, the sender must begin encoding, which means translating information into a message in the form of symbols that represent ideas or concepts. This process translates the ideas or concepts into the coded message that will be communicated. Process of transform understanding into coded information .

What is Decoding ?

Decoding is a process in which decoding of a message how people or receiver is able to understand and interpret the message . It is a process of interpretation of coded information into a understandable form . In the process of decoding we extract meaning of the message in ways that make sense to us . Decoding has both verbal non-verbal forms of communication : Decoding behavior without using words means observing body language and its associate emotions . Sometimes when someone is trying to get a message across to someone , the message can be interpreted differently from person to person . Decoding is all about the understanding what someone already knows , based on the information given given throughout the message being received .

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