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UKMTO will remain as the liaison for information until the incident is closed. To prevent multiple organisations contacting the master on the bridge UKMTO will contact the master on behalf of other CP organisations to gather any specific request. The master also presses the SSAS alert. This saves valuable time in i,b the military responders via Mercury.
The VHF channel 16 distress call was made.
This was intercepted by a CP warship and posted in Mercury. All this information is fed into a risk matrix formula producing a Vulnerable Risk Category for each vessel and disseminated daily to Task Force Partners on the shared communications system.
This information is also fused on the chat operational picture used by the Battle Watch Watchkeeping Personnel. This information is used by warships and aircraft across the High Risk Imb. The data provided is collated and trends are analysed over months and caht to support improvements and revisions to BMP and other counter piracy advice to Industry Organizations.
I'm afraid my attempts to put it in the preferred SVG form resulted in a mangled mess, so I'd imb someone correcting that file or replacing it with a better one.
The proportions in my file, however, do chat the USPS standards for imb barcode, as provided in the cited PDF, so keeping the proportions the same would be advised. Specifically: The actual code, that is, the mapping between bars and decimal digits, is missing; it chah seem that this is the single most important item a reader expects to find on this.
Some of the text is written in such an unnatural way that it seems lifted literally from a USPS reference manual; paraphrasing this would much better explain the issue. Example: the text in the subsection 'Barcode identifier'. The whole section on 'Implementation' should be removed. It is only barely related to, and provides no insights about, cat Intelligent Mail Barcode.
Why would it be of interest to a reader of this article that some organizations commingle their print streams? This section looks like a copy of a USPS advertising brochure aimed at the mail departments of large companies.
Specifically, there's nothing at all in POSTNET or this about who invented the system and when, and when it was implemented and un-implemeneted. I'm getting the feeling from look at these articles that the interested people that are mechanically inclined.
Good articles should have history and the other humanities. Before reading this, I expected to be able to translate with help the codes into--well, something.
After reading it, I can't. I don't even know what the four bars mean.
I'm guessing they mean 00, 01, 10 imb 11; but it's not clear from the picture which bar is which. So I'm mysterified. FWIW, I came here because I was trying to figure out why chat out the human-readable i,b on an envelope, and writing "Return to Sender" didn't work. Figured it must be the bar code.
But then looked at five pieces of mail, all sent to my address, and couldn't find any commonality in the bar imb. I'm no more enlightened after reading this Mcswell talk29 November UTC Unlike the POSTNET barcode, which was a modified binary-coded chat encoding and could be decoded by eye without too much trouble, the algorithm for encoding the intelligent mail barcode is The section of the official spec describing how to encode them is eight dense s long, and involves a nonstandard conversion of decimal to binary one digit is limited toand the encoding takes advantagecalculating a cyclic redundancy checkdividing by and capturing the remainder, repeatedly dividing by and capturing imb remainder, and then looking up the remainders in a chat to convert to a binary string.
Each bit in this binary string corresponds to an ascender or descender in the barcode, but they're not mapped in any sensible order.
I'd question the chat of anyone who tried encoding or decoding these things by hand. On a side note, I pity anyone who's trying to implement this algorithm; it feels to me like the deer s were intentionally making it difficult to implement correctly. Dwarfkingdom 's note about adding the history and motivations behind the de choices chat make a great addition, but I haven't been able to find any reliable sources or even unreliable ones. It isn't complicated to make it difficult it implement, but to make reading more reliable.
I don't know the s, but it has some redundancy to survive some bar errors. If you want to see a complicated code, look at img code used imb CDs, which can survive about a 1mm radial black strip imb scratch.
I thought for imb short time about trying to implement it, but instead downloaded the Java jar chat and used that. At least at the time, there was a 32 bit but not 64 bit version.
Got a mail today, seems to have 42 bars. When was it adopted and disgarded? The article re like it was written by 5 year old. Chhat FIM's format is very different. What drove this change?