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Agreed settlement An adjustment made based on an agreement between partners. (...) Early payment allowance adjustment Adjustment results from the application of an early payment allowance. (...) Quantity discount Adjustment due to a quantity discount. Promotion discount Adjustment due to a promotion discount.
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Score: 676243.16 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ReasonDescriptionCode_D09B.xsd
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Seasonal Adjustment, Index of Industrial Production Seasonal Adjustment of National Index Data at International Level Shyam Upadhyaya, Shohreh Mirzaei Yeganeh United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Vienna, Austria unido.org/statistics Overview What and why Basic concepts Costs and risks Methods Software UNIDO experience Recommendation unido.org/statistics 2 Seasonally adjusted and original series - Industrial Production Index unido.org/statistics Seasonally adjusted and original series - Industrial Production Index unido.org/statistics IIP percentage change QII 2011 to QI 2011 QII 2012 to QI 2012 Cameroon Russia Cameroon Russia -17.17% -15.48% -6.86% -1.39% Original -0.66% -8.51% 8.43% -0.66% SA unido.org/statistics Why seasonally adjust? (...) This is not the case: if there is some kind of unusual event, we need that information for analysis, and outliers are included in the Seasonally Adjusted series unido.org/statistics Seasonal Adjustment Facilitates the comparison of long-term and short-term movements among series and countries Fluctuations due to exceptionally strong or weak seasonal influences will continue to be visible in the seasonally adjusted series. In general, other random disruptions and unusual movements that are readily understandable in economic terms (for example the consequences of economic policy, large scale orders or strikes) will also continue to be visible unido.org/statistics Seasonal Adjustment the Seasonally Adjusted results do not show “normal” and repeating events, they provide an estimate for what is new in the series which is the ultimate goal of Seasonal Adjustment unido.org/statistics Costs and Risks Seasonal Adjustment is time consuming, significant computer/human resources must be dedicated to this task Inappropriate or low-quality Seasonal Adjustment can generate misleading results and increase the probability of false signals (credibility effects) The presence of residual seasonality, as well as over-smoothing, are concrete risks which could negatively affect the interpretation of Seasonally Adjusted data unido.org/statistics Seasonal adjustment methods Model based method TRAMO/SEATS Filter based method X12-ARIMA unido.org/statistics TRAMO/ SEATS TRAMO (Time Series Regression with ARIMA Noise, Missing Observations and Outliers) and SEATS (Signal Extraction in ARIMA Time Series) developed by Victor Gómez and Agustin Maravall at Bank of Spain.
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Score: 675272.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de.../files/2014-07/UNIDO-SA_0.pptx
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Chapter 5: Setting and adjusting minimum wage levels: 5.2 How frequently should minimum wages be adjusted? (...) Most frequently, countries adjust their minimum wages once a year. Some countries, adjust rates every six months, while others have 2-years intervals. (...) What to do if there is high inflation? Yearly adjustments allow for predictability and smooth adjustments, and can be complemented by more frequent adjustments when inflation exceeds some threshold.
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Score: 671599.3 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/are...WCMS_439254/lang--en/index.htm
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Chapter 5: Setting and adjusting minimum wage levels: 5.2 How frequently should minimum wages be adjusted? (...) Most frequently, countries adjust their minimum wages once a year. Some countries, adjust rates every six months, while others have 2-years intervals. (...) What to do if there is high inflation? Yearly adjustments allow for predictability and smooth adjustments, and can be complemented by more frequent adjustments when inflation exceeds some threshold.
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Score: 670009.23 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_439254/lang--en/index.htm
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Score: 667964.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...541-2/1991/list-by-module.html
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• TCAS II version 7.0 mandated in Europe since 2000 • Safety issues identified in version 7.0:  Unintentional opposite pilot response to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust RAs”  Level busts following “ Adjust vertical speed, adjust RAs”  Flaws in the reversal logic • TCAS II version 7.1 will address these safety issues  Level off, level off RA  Improvements to reversal logic Note: TCAS versions are backwards compatible Unintentional opposite pilot response to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs • “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs always require reduction of vertical speed ▫ The only RA that does not clearly communicate what exact manoeuvre is required • Numerous cases reported when pilots unintentionally increased vertical speed responding to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs ▫ Accidents avoided by chance • “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs often unnecessarily affected ATC operations • Contribution to level busts (in situations where otherwise there would not have been a level bust) • Pilots following “green arc” not levelling off at the cleared level • Reason for RAs on the other aircraft Level busts following “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs Flaws in reversal logic • Version 7.0 will not reverse an RA if two aircraft converging in altitude remain within 100 feet ▫ One aircraft is not responding to RA; or ▫ One aircraft is not equipped and follows ATC instruction or visual avoidance • Contributory factor in 2 accidents: ▫ 2001 Yaizu accident ▫ 2002 Überlingen midair collision ▫ Several other serious events reported Who & When? (...) “Level off, level off” RA (1/6) • New RA introduced in version 7.1: “Level off, level off” • Pilots will reduce the vertical rate to 0 ft/min (i.e. level off) • The level off is to be achieved promptly, not at the next flight level • It replaces the existing “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RA to address the issue of unintentional incorrect pilot responses • Applies to both: ▫ Initial RAs ▫ Weakening RAs “Level off, level off” RA (2/6) Initial RA “Level off, level off” RA (3/6) Initial RA Pilot actions • Reduce the vertical rate to 0 ft/min (i.e. level off) • The level off must be achieved promptly, not at the standard next flight level (e.g. (...) • TCAS II version 7.0 mandated in Europe since 2000 • Safety issues identified in version 7.0: ▫ Unintentional opposite pilot response to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs ▫ Level busts following “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs ▫ Flaws in the reversal logic • TCAS II version 7.1 will address these safety issues ▫ “Level off, level off” RA ▫ Improvements to reversal logic Unintentional opposite pilot response to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs • “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs always require reduction of vertical speed ▫ The only RA that does not clearly communicate what exact manoeuvre is required • Numerous cases reported when pilots unintentionally increased vertical speed responding to “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs ▫ Accident avoided by chance Level busts following “Adjust vertical, speed, adjust” RAs • “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” RAs often unnecessarily affected ATC operations ▫ Contribution to level busts (in situations where otherwise there would not have been a level bust) ▫ Pilots following “green arc” not leveling off at the cleared level ▫ Reason for RAs on the other Aircraft Flaws in reversal logic • Version 7.0 will not reverse an RA if two aircraft converging in altitude remain within 100 feet ▫ One aircraft is not responding to RA; or ▫ One aircraft is not equipped and follows ATC instruction or visual avoidance • Contributory factor in 2 accidents: ▫ 2001 Yaizu accident ▫ 2002 Überlingen midair collision ▫ Several other serious events reported “Level off, level off” RA (1/5) • New RA introduced in version 7.1: “Level off, level off” • Pilots will reduce the vertical rate to 0 ft/min.
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Score: 667742.87 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...AST7/PHL_TCAS%20v7.1_31Aug.pdf
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Adjustments are reviewed as specified in a decision of the Executive Body, and are adopted by consensus of the Parties. The present question relates to a proposal to adjust a Party’s emission reduction commitment. 10. (...) The Protocol itself does not contain criteria for reviewing adjustments, but specifies that adjustments shall be reviewed as specified in a decision of the Executive Body.
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Score: 664867.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...rotocol_October_2019_Final.pdf
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Speech files should be concatenated after level adjustment but prior to down-sampling (when applicable). (...) So, the 16 kHz output files must be synchronized with the 16 kHz input files. _____________________ Post-processed 16 kHz files Windowing and segmentation 16 kHz processed file Bitstream truncation Partial mixing simulator (see §5.1.3.7) Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B Candidate encoder 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Candidate decoder Candidate encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A 1:2 up-sampling using HQ Mask Candidate decoder G.711 decoder Candidate decoder G.711 decoder Candidate encoder G.711 encoder Candidate encoder G.711 encoder Candidate decoder G.711 decoder Candidate encoder G.711 encoder Clipping to 16 bit Bitstream truncationG.726 encoder Bitstream truncationG.726 decoder Bitstream truncationG.726 decoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file B 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file A Convert to G.192 bitstream format G.711 encoder 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Candidate decoder Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file Convert to G.711 bitstream format Candidate encoder Bitstream truncation 8 kHz processed level adjusted file G.711 decoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file Bitstream truncation Error Insertion Device (EID) 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Candidate decoder Candidate encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file G.711 decoder G.711 decoder G.711 encoder G.711 encoder G.711 decoder G.711 encoder Clipping to 16 bit G.726 encoder G.726 decoder G.726 decoder Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file B G.726 encoder 8 kHz processed level adjusted file G.726 decoder G.726 encoder Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file A G.711 decoder G.711 decoder G.711 encoder G.711 encoder G.711 decoder G.711 encoder Clipping to 16 bit Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file B 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file A Error Insertion & Appendix I (g711iplc) 8 kHz processed level adjusted file G.711 Decoder G.711 Encoder Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file Clipping to 16 bit 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file B Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file A 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file Clipping to 16 bit 8 kHz processed level adjusted file MNRU Q= xdB Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file B Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file A 8 kHz processed level adjusted file MNRU Q= xdB Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file 8 kHz processed level adjusted file 1:2 up-sampling using HQ Mask 16 kHz processed file Processing (see §4.3.7) 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file FLAT1 filtering 8 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 8 kHz band-limited file 1:2 up-sampling using HQ Mask 2:1 down-sampling using HQ Mask 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Processing (see §4.3.6) Level adjusted 16 kHz, P341 file RXIRS16 filtering 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file 16 kHz processed file Gain factor: Go=1/G (see §5.1.9) Filtering and Processing (see §4.3.4, §4.3.5, & §4.3.6) 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file Gain factor: Gi=G (see §5.1.9) Add delay xx sec to the beginning Concatenation 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file B P.56 level adjustment to -26dBov P341 filtering 16 kHz speech file of talker 2 (4 sec.) 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P341 filtering Concatenation Level adjustment to xx dBov Clipping to 16 bit P.56 level adjustment to -26dBov DSM filtering 16 kHz noise file 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech and noise file P.56 level adjustment to -26dBov P341 filtering 16 kHz speech file Concatenation 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file P.56 level adjustment to -26dBov P341 filtering 16 kHz speech file Post-processed 16 kHz files Windowing and segmentation 16 kHz processed file Bitstream truncation Partial mixing simulator (see §5.3.1.7) Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B Candidate encoder 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Candidate decoder Candidate encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A Bitstream truncation Error Insertion Device (EID) 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Candidate decoder Candidate encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file Clipping to 16 bit G.722 encoder G.722 decoder G.722 decoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B G.722 encoder 16 kHz processed level adjusted file G.722 decoder G.722 encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A Error Insertion Device (EID) 16 kHz processed level adjusted file G.722 with PLC0 decoder G.722 with PLC0 encoder Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file Clipping to 16 bit 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file Clipping to 16 bit 16 kHz processed level adjusted file MNRU Q= xdB Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file B Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file A 16 kHz processed level adjusted file MNRU Q= xdB Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file 16 kHz processed level adjusted file Level adjusted 16 kHz P341 file 16 kHz processed file Gain factor: Go=1/G (see §5.1.9) Processing (see §4.2.5) 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file Gain factor: Gi=G (see §5.1.9) Add silent segment xx sec to the beginning Concatenation 16 kHz, P341 filtered speech file B P.56 level adjustment to -26dBov P341 filtering 16 kHz speech file of talker 2 (4 sec.)
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Score: 664717.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ref/G711III/AC-0801-Q10-37.doc
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Other personnel questions: Update on matters relating to the review of the post adjustment system by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), and the implementation of the revised post adjustment index for Geneva This GB document is printed in limited numbers to minimize the environmental impact of the ILO's activities and processes, contribute to climate neutrality and improve efficiency. (...) Programme, Financial and Administrative Section Personnel Segment PFA Date: 23 October 2018 Original: English THIRTEENTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Other personnel questions Update on matters relating to the review of the post adjustment system by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), and the implementation of the revised post adjustment index for Geneva Purpose of the document To inform the Governing Body about the latest developments regarding matters related to the implementation of the revised post adjustment multipliers for Geneva and the ongoing ICSC review of the post adjustment methodology and review of the consultative process and working arrangements of the ICSC. (...) In line with the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Post Adjustment Questions (ACPAQ) at its 40th Session, the ICSC at its 86th Session in March 2018 mandated a comprehensive review of the post adjustment system to be carried out through its secretariat, with a view to assessing the fitness for purpose of the post adjustment methodology and to identify areas for its improvement.
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Score: 664307.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_646058.pdf
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Click here for the current salary scale for staff in the Field Service category. POST ADJUSTMENT The post adjustment is one of two main elements ( base salary and post adjustment) comprising the salary of staff in the Professional and higher categories; The cost-of-living varies significantly between duty stations. (...) The surveys measure the cost-of-living of a duty station relative to the cost-of-living at the base of the system (New York) and the results are reflected in a post adjustment index for each duty station; Duty stations with higher costs of living than New York have higher post adjustment indices; Post adjustment indices for duty stations are updated monthly on the basis of prevailing local conditions; These updated post adjustment indices provide the basis for establishing the post adjustment classifications which specify the number of multiplier points of post adjustment; One multiplier point is equal to 1 per cent of base salary; Example: Post adjustment multiplier for New York (1) 67.5 Annual net salary at P-4 Step 1 (2) US$72,637.00 Annual post adjustment amount for P-4 Step 1 net (3)=[(1)/100]x (2) US$49,029.98 Monthly post adjustment (3)/12 US$ 4,085.83 The post adjustment is paid in addition to the base salary; For a staff member with a dependent spouse or child, post adjustment is calculated regardless of where the dependents resides. (...) For further information on the post adjustment system, please visit the ICSC's web site .
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Score: 664174.56 - https://www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances/salary.htm
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