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A buffer is called a long-term buffer at the moment it contains a long-term picture. (...) A parameter NLB (Number of Long-term Buffers) may also be inserted into bitstream to indicate the maximum number of total long-term buffers allowed. (...) PPCI = 11: Change a long-term picture buffer to “Unused” status; i.e. remove that long-term picture.
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The default index order is for the short-term pictures (i.e., pictures which have not been given a long-term index) to precede the long-term pictures in the reference indexing order. (...) If a long-term picture with the same long-term index already exists in the buffer, the previously-existing long-term picture shall be marked “unused”. (...) If MMCO indicates the assignment of a long-term index to a specified short-term picture and if the specified long-term index has not already been assigned to the specified short-term picture, the specified short-term picture is marked in the buffer as a long-term picture with the specified long-term index.
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The default index order is for the short-term pictures (i.e., pictures which have not been given a long-term index) to precede the long-term pictures in the reference indexing order. (...) If a long-term picture with the same long-term index already exists in the buffer, the previously-existing long-term picture shall be marked “unused”. (...) If MMCO indicates the assignment of a long-term index to a specified short-term picture and if the specified long-term index has not already been assigned to the specified short-term picture, the specified short-term picture is marked in the buffer as a long-term picture with the specified long-term index.
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Cohn © Credits WHO long-term care series The WHO long-term care series aims to catalyse change and encourage the development of sustainable and equitable long-term care systems worldwide. (...) Towards long-term care systems in sub-Saharan Africa   R. Waddington © Credits Regional discussions on long-term care At the World Health Assembly in May 2016, 194 countries agreed that every country should have a long-term-care system.
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Long and short-term reference buffers are the buffers that hold those corresponding long/short term frames. (...) If N long-term buffers are indicated by the bitstream, the unused short-term reference buffers shall be assigned to long term buffer first. (...) Long term Buffer Index (LBI) When the current frame is a long-term frame, one extra field is inserted in the bitstream to indicate the index of the long-term buffer.
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Long and short-term reference buffers are the buffers that hold those corresponding long/short term frames. (...) If N long-term buffers are indicated by the bitstream, the unused short-term reference buffers shall be assigned to long term buffer first. (...) Long term Buffer Index (LBI) When the current frame is a long-term frame, one extra field is inserted in the bitstream to indicate the index of the long-term buffer.
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In Figure 1, there are three Long Term Frame Buffers, Long Term buffer1, Long Term Buffer2, and Long Term Buffer3 to use for storing the 1st frame of each group of pictures (boundary frames). (...) When using this mode, information reference frame for prediction must be signaled for each macroblock Table 4: Code_number for Long Term Buffer Code_number 0 The 1st long term buffer 1 The 2nd long term buffer 2 The 3rd long term buffer 3 The 4th long term buffer 4 The 5th long term buffer 5 The 6th long term buffer 6 The 7th long term buffer 7 The 8th long term buffer 2.2 Solution in Sequence or Group of Pictures Level If we can use group of pictures and put the flag for the boundary of the group of pictures in the header of the GOP, it would save bits compared to the solution in picture level. (...) Use_long_term_buffer 1 0 is for not using, 1 is for using if (Use_long_term_buffer == 1) Long_term_buffer 3 000 is the 1st buffer, 001 is 2nd , ….. The Code_number for Long Term Buffer is shown in Table 6. Table 6: Code_number for Long Term Buffer Code_number 0 The 1st long term buffer 1 The 2nd long term buffer 2 The 3rd long term buffer 3 The 4th long term buffer 4 The 5th long term buffer 5 The 6th long term buffer 6 The 7th long term buffer 7 The 8th long term buffer The syntax for Picture_type without flag for Long Term buffer is shown in Table 7.
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In Figure 1, there are three Long Term Frame Buffers, Long Term buffer1, Long Term Buffer2, and Long Term Buffer3 to use for storing the 1st frame of each group of pictures (boundary frames). (...) When using this mode, information reference frame for prediction must be signaled for each macroblock Table 4: Code_number for Long Term Buffer Code_number 0 The 1st long term buffer 1 The 2nd long term buffer 2 The 3rd long term buffer 3 The 4th long term buffer 4 The 5th long term buffer 5 The 6th long term buffer 6 The 7th long term buffer 7 The 8th long term buffer 2.2 Solution in Sequence or Group of Pictures Level If we can use group of pictures and put the flag for the boundary of the group of pictures in the header of the GOP, it would save bits compared to the solution in picture level. (...) Use_long_term_buffer 1 0 is for not using, 1 is for using if (Use_long_term_buffer == 1) Long_term_buffer 3 000 is the 1st buffer, 001 is 2nd , ….. The Code_number for Long Term Buffer is shown in Table 6. Table 6: Code_number for Long Term Buffer Code_number 0 The 1st long term buffer 1 The 2nd long term buffer 2 The 3rd long term buffer 3 The 4th long term buffer 4 The 5th long term buffer 5 The 6th long term buffer 6 The 7th long term buffer 7 The 8th long term buffer The syntax for Picture_type without flag for Long Term buffer is shown in Table 7.
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 Page 71 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 71 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects P. 71 Annex II: Types of financing Characteristics of various types of financing 1 Type of Available to Short-term versus Cost Sectors Complexity Geography Potential finance long-term scale $M Used globally, Transport, Municipal Government Medium- to Low-medium schools, airports Low but mainly in 200 billion bonds long-term the United and seaports States Dim sum/ Corporate/ Long-term Low-medium Corporate Medium China 200 billion Panda bonds government finance Qualified public Government- Public infrastructure focused Long-term Low-medium infrastructure Medium United States 200 billion bonds Industrial Corporate/ Medium- to Airports/sewage revenue Low-medium High United States 100–500 bonds government long-term facilities Medium- to TIFIA loans Government Low Infrastructure Low United States – long-term Tax increment Corporate Medium-term Low-medium Construction Medium United States – financing Debt Mainly All sectors – developed depending on countries, such Institutional Mainly corporate Medium experience, as Canada, investors focused, although Medium- to (high in may only Medium United 50–1 000 (incl. pension now entering the long-term the case of finance post- Kingdom, funds) project market equity) construction United States, phase and the Netherlands Used globally, although not all banks/ Senior debt – Corporate/project Short- to long-term Low-medium All sectors Low countries 50–2 000 bank funding finance provide long- term debt products Project Project-focused Long-term Low-medium All sectors Low Globally used 200–2 000 bonds Islamic-based Renewables, countries (e.g. Medium- to Sukuk bonds Project-focused Low-medium social Low Middle East 50–1 000 long-term development and Southeast Asia) Corporate/ Medium- to Corporate Export credit High Medium Globally used 20–500 government long-term finance/projects Utilities/sewage Green bonds Corporate/project Long-term Medium-high facilities/ Medium Globally used 100–2 000 renewables Social impact Corporate/project Long-term Low-medium Social High Globally used 0–100 bonds development U4SSC: Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects 53     66     67     68     69     70     71     72     73     74     75     76          
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1 UNECE Policy Seminar on Ageing Quality in Long-Term Care Wednesday 23 November 2022, 09:30 – 17:00 | EN & RU | Geneva Objective Population ageing and growing longevity have been continuously increasing the demand for long- term care and for skilled care professionals in the Euroepan region. (...) Expected results Better understanding of the determinants of quality in long-term care provision and of the challenges associated with ensuring high-quality long-term care services. (...) Lunch Break Afternoon | Wednesday 23 November 2022, 14:30 – 17:00 14:30 -16:15 Session 2: Quality assurance in long-term care This session will discuss mechanisms and tools to ensure quality in long-term care across different care settings, including residential and home care.
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