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. • Accountable Incomes (AI) consists of: – Annual monetary contribution from Active Participating States (C) – Donations (D) – Activity-derived revenues (R) – D + R +C = AI • Accountable Expenses (AE) consists of: – Office operating expenses – Mission expenses • Travel cost • Expert cost • Not-for- profit programme normally implies AI – AE = 0; – However, Positive cash-flow will enhance financial health and security of the Programme AFI FPP 24 March 2014 5 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS • Accountable Expenses (AE) estimated at USD 250k annually – Based on current scope of activities and 2014 Work Plan • Balanced financial structure needed – AI >= AE – D + R +C >= AE = 250k AFI FPP 24 March 2014 6 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS • Donation (D) – Support activity of the AFI-FPP activity; – Estimated USD 80k Annually starting 2015 – Annual global donation; or – Donation to support a specified activity • Workshop • Training sessions • Activity Project to respond to one State’s demand AFI FPP 24 March 2014 7 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS • Activity-derived revenues (R) – Estimated minimum USD 70k starting 2015 – Status advantages • Specified activities are included in the annual contribution for Active Participating States • Activities are chargeable to other Participating States – Activities • Assistance for PBN implementation Plan and regulations • Assistance for aeronautical data collection and validation • Assistance for ground and flight validation • Assistance for operational approval • Training courses for ATC/ATM and air operators about PBN flight procedures • Design PBN flight procedures and assist in implementation process AFI FPP 24 March 2014 8 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS • Active Participating States (APS) support the Programme by annual monetary contribution (C) – Active Participating States are Members of Steering Committee – Level of contribution (L) for each Active Participating State is approved by Steering Committee annually – C = L x Number of Active Participating States (NAPS) More participation Higher NAPS Lower L Each Active Participating State pays less AFI FPP 24 March 2014 9 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS • Constraints – Max Contribution per APS (max L) = USD 10k – Minimum Number of APS (min NAPS) = 5 – Given current scope and resources, anticipated Maximum Activity-derived Revenue (R) = USD 120k – Account should at least be balanced; AI = AE Annual Accountable Expenses (AE) Number of APS (NAPS) Monetary Contribution by Each APS (L) Overall Contribution by APS (C = L * NAPS) Donation (D) Activity- derived Revenue (R) Annual Accountable Income (AI = C+D+R) Implication 250k 5 10k 50k 80k 120k 250k Balanced AFI FPP 24 March 2014 10 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS Annual Accountable Expenses (AE) Number of APS (NAPS) Monetary Contribution by Each APS (L) Overall Contribution by APS (C = L * NAPS) Donation (D) Activity- derived Revenue (R) Annual Accountable Income (AI = C+D+R) Implication 250k 10 10k 100k 80k 70k 250k Balanced • Positive Effect as compared Go/No-Go Scenario – More APS facilitates • increase in overall contribution for APS • Reduces the pressure on activity-derived revenue – Lowers the overall risk on the cash-flow AFI FPP 24 March 2014 11 FUNDING and CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIREMENTS Annual Accountable Expenses (AE) Number of APS (NAPS) Monetary Contribution by Each APS (L) Overall Contribution by APS (C = L * NAPS) Donation (D) Activity- derived Revenue (R) Annual Accountable Income (AI = C+D+R) Implication 250k 20 5k 100k 80k 70k 250k Balanced, reduction of contribution from each APS 350k 20 10k 200k 80k 70k 350k Balanced, increased support possible 280k 20 8k 160k 80k 70k 310k Positive saving within the Programme, Some increase in support possible How about 10k each?
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Score: 1654901.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20March%202014%20-%20EL-NP.pdf
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(b) Indirect Benefit: (i) Development of Market: the AEs, who are owners of intangibles, obtain an advantage in terms of development of market for themselves. While this kind of advantage builds over a period of time, it is manifested in different ways, e.g. when the AE enters into an agreement with a third party for directly selling goods in India. (...) The pattern of compensation, if any, by the AEs for such functions is varied. While some of them provide a subsidy to the Indian subsidiary to maintain an agreed profit level, others grant a lump sum compensation which is generally not correlated by the taxpayer to functions discharged by it. 11 (ii) Enhancement of Exit Value: The marketing activity of the taxpayer bestows another kind of advantage to the AE which is realised when there is a change in ownership of the business – either by way of restructuring within the group or by way of divesting either a part or full business to a third party.
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Score: 1653276 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...D3_India_20161001_v4_clean.pdf
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Although Wolbachia is not found naturally in Ae. aegypti , it has been successfully transferred into the mosquito and has been found to reduce transmission of a range of viruses including dengue, Zika, chikungunya and yellow fever. (...) World Mosquito Program (www.worldmosquitoprogram.org) © Credits How the intervention works:  An example of an intervention being evaluated under this intervention class is the introduction of  Wolbachia  bacteria into populations of  Ae. aegypti  mosquitoes. The intervention involves time-limited field releases of  Ae. aegypti  mosquitoes infected with  Wolbachia , which breed with wild mosquitoes, thus spreading  Wolbachia  among mosquito populations. (...) Population(s) intended to be protected:  Communities in areas in which  Ae. aegypti  is the predominant vector. Status of review:  A randomized cluster trial of the method is in progress in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
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Score: 1638491 - https://www.who.int/groups/vec...ransmission-by-a-microorganism
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This contribution presents a new extension of template matching taking advantage of a weighting factor computed thanks to a one step matching pursuit approach. (...) If this second flag is set, that means that the new intra prediction mode is used, otherwise that means that the most probable mode is used. mb_pred( mb_type ) { Descriptor if( MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_4x4 | | MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_8x8 | | MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_16x16 ) { if( MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_4x4 ) for (luma4x4BlkIdx=0; luma4x4BlkIdx<16; luma4x4BlkIdx++) { prev_intra4x4_pred_mode_flag [ luma4x4BlkIdx ] u(1) | ae(v) if( !prev_intra4x4_pred_mode_flag[ luma4x4BlkIdx ] ) rem_intra4x4_pred_mode [ luma4x4BlkIdx ] u(3) | ae(v) else /* prev_intra4x4_pred_mode_flag [ luma4x4BlkIdx ] */ wtm_flag u(1) | ae(v) } if( MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_8x8 ) for (luma8x8BlkIdx=0; luma8x8BlkIdx<4; luma8x8BlkIdx++) { prev_intra8x8_pred_mode_flag [ luma8x8BlkIdx ] u(1) | ae(v) if( !prev_intra8x8_pred_mode_flag [ luma8x8BlkIdx ] ) rem_intra8x8_pred_mode [ luma8x8BlkIdx ] u(3) | ae(v) else /* prev_intra8x8_pred_mode_flag [ luma8x8BlkIdx ] */ wtm_flag u(1) | ae(v) } if(MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_16x16_Vertical ) { u(1) | ae(v) wtm_flag } if (ChromaArrayType = = 1 | | ChromaArrayType = = 2) intra_chroma_pred_mode ue(v) | ae(v) } Figure 3 : Update of 4x4, 8x8 and 16x16 intra prediction syntax To signal that a 16x16 block was predicted by this new intra mode prediction, the mode 0 (Intra_16x16_Vertical) was extended with a flag.
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Score: 1560386 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a..._07_B_Geneva/JCTVC-B078_r1.doc
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PowerPoint プレゼンテーション Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices An Example of Reliability Test against Soft Errors Using a Compact Neutron Irradiation Source ― Smart Environment Panel on new ITU standards on soft errors that affect telecommunications― 20th May 2019 NTT Advanced Technology Corporation Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 1 Objectives of the neutron irradiation test 1 Cyclotron Electronic device Proton (18MeV) Beryllium target (Proton⇒Neutron) Neutron Neutron irradiation test is carried out • to estimate the occurrence rate of soft errors in electronic devices • to check the effect of countermeasures Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 2 Advantages of the test using compact neutron source 2 1. (...) /CYPRIS370 Accelerated particle Proton Particle Energy 18MeV Size of accelerator 2.4 m X 1.8 m X 2.0 m Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 4 Diorama of the test facility (SHI-ATEX) 4 < Control room > < Irradiation chamber > Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 5 Plan of the facility and an example of test setup 5 Beryllium target EUT (DUT) Particle acceler ator 8 m 7 m < Control room > Signal line (> 20 m) < Irradiation chamber > AE Error detector Peripheral eqipmet (Ex. controller) 1.6 m Signal line (> 4 m) Door Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 6 Picture of the test facility (SHI-ATEX) 6 < Control room for setting AE and error detector > < Irradiation space > Smart Environment Panel on New ITU standards to address soft errors measures affecting communication devices 7 An example of test schedule 7 A day before test First day of test Second day of test After the test One month before test • Test planning • Preparation of EUT, peripherals, AE, error detector etc. • Logistics of EUT etc. • Setup of the test configuration • Preliminary test • Adjustment of neutron flux • Start test • Execution of the test • Finish of the test and remove the test setup • Measurement of radiation level from the devices irradiated in the test chamber • Measurement of radiation level from the devices irradiated in the test chamber • Send back the EUT etc. when the radiation level become less than the limit.
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Score: 1537096.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...Documents/3_Mitsuo_Hattori.pdf
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4 : 1 ); i++ ) { prev_intra_luma_pred_ flag 2 u(1) | ae(v) if( !prev_intra_pred_luma_flag ) rem_intra_luma_pred_mode 2 ue(v) | ae(v) if( adaptive_intra_smoothing_flag ) intra_luma_filt_flag 2 u(1) | ae(v) } } if( chroma_format_idc ! (...) merge_flag[i] ) { if( slice_type == B ) inter_pred_idc[ i ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) if( inter_pred_idc[ i ] != Pred_L1 ) { if( entropy_coding_mode_flag ) { if( num_ref_idx_l0_active_minus1 > 0 ) ref_idx_l0[  i  ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) mvres_l0 [  i  ] 2 ue(1) | ae(v) } else { ref_idx_mvres_l0[  i  ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) } if ( inter_pred_idc[ i ] == Pred_L0 && rmc_pu_enable[ currPredUnitSize ] && rmc_idx_enable_l0[ ref_idx_l0[ i ] ] ) rmc_flag 2 ue(v) | ae(v) mvd_l0[  i  ][  0  ] 2 se(v) | ae(v) mvd_l0[  i  ][  1  ] 2 se(v) | ae(v) if( mv_competition_flag && NumMVPCand( L0, i ) > 1 ) mvp_idx_l0[ i ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) } if( inter_pred_idc[ i ] != Pred_L0 ) { if( entropy_coding_mode_flag ) { if( num_ref_idx_l1_active_minus1 > 0 ) ref_idx_l1[  i  ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) mvres_l1 [  i  ] 2 ue(1) | ae(v) } else { ref_idx_mvres_l1[  i  ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) } if ( inter_pred_idc[ i ] == Pred_L1 && rmc_pu_enable[ currPredUnitSize ] && rmc_idx_enable_l1[ ref_idx_l1[ I ] ] ) rmc_flag 2 ue(v) | ae(v) mvd_l1[  i  ][  0  ] 2 se(v) | ae(v) mvd_l1[  i  ][  1  ] 2 se(v) | ae(v) if( mv_competition_flag && NumMVPCand( L1, i ) > 1 ) mvp_idx_l1[ i ] 2 ue(v) | ae(v) } } } } else if( PredMode == MODE_DIRECT ) { if( slice_type == B ) inter_pred_idc 2 ue(v) | ae(v) if( mv_competition_flag ) { if( inter_pred_idc !
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Score: 1507559.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a..._10_C_Guangzhou/JCTVC-C138.doc
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= Intra_16x16 ) { coded_block_pattern 2 me(v) | ae(v) if( CodedBlockPatternLuma > 0 && transform_8x8_mode_flag && mb_type ! (...) prev_intra4x4_pred_mode_flag [color_comp] [  luma4x4BlkIdx  ] ) rem_intra4x4_pred_mode [color_comp] [  luma4x4BlkIdx  ] 2 u(3) | ae(v) } if( MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) = = Intra_8x8 ) for( luma8x8BlkIdx=0; luma8x8BlkIdx<4; luma8x8BlkIdx++ ) { prev_intra8x8_pred_mode_flag [color_comp] [  luma8x8BlkIdx  ] 2 u(1) | ae(v) if( !prev_intra8x8_pred_mode_flag [color_comp] [ luma8x8BlkIdx ] ) rem_intra8x8_pred_mode [color_comp] [  luma8x8BlkIdx  ] 2 u(3) | ae(v) } if( chroma_format_idc != 0 ) intra_chroma_pred_mode 2 ue(v) | ae(v) } else if( MbPartPredMode( mb_type, 0 ) !
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Score: 1475693.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2005_10_Nice/JVT-Q086r1.doc
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The formula is as follows: CAV + S(NI- AE x M - EE) x TC   4   T = D  Where: CAV represents the total value of the assets available to the Accused and members of his family with whom he habitually resides. NI represents the monthly income of the members of the Accused’s family with whom he habitually resides. AE represents the average monthly expenditures for a four-person household in Croatia, according to government statistics. (...) EE represents any additional living expenses incurred by the Accused’s household not foreseen in the AE index. In this case there are no ($0) extra expenditures.
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Score: 1394108.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ljubicic/regdec/en/050228e.htm
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Moreover the potential advantages from the use of spatialisation, multichannel transmission and 3D sounds will also be explored. (...) Information and Documentation  Related Information Documentation and Registration  General Information Organized by: ITU Hosted by: France Télécom Steering Committee Venue: France Telecom             Division Recherche & Développement             2, avenue Pierre Marzin             22307 Lannion (France) Security information Practical information Visa information Hotel information Access to Lannion and Perros-Guirec Sponsorship opportunities Related Topics, Study Groups, Organizations ITU-T SG 16 , ITU-T SG 12 , ITU-R SG 6 , ETSI/STQ , 3GPP , 3GPP2 , IEEE , ISO , IEC , Bluetooth, DLNA, SFA, DEGA , AES Convening Letter (TSB Circular 225) Programme (including presentations and speaker bios) Final List of Participants   Supported by:   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-09-24  
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Score: 1383489 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/speechaudio/index.html
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NPRACH PREAMBLE × e j2π∆f (m(N C P +LN)+lN+n−D)/N /N + w m,l (n) An NPRACH preamble consists of single-subcarrier OFDM =Ae j2πn(Ω(m)+∆f )/N + w m,l (n), symbols with frequency hopping[7]. (...) In order to initialize jθN jθN −jθN wireless access, an NB-IoT UE needs to choose one subcarrier =A e (e − e ) + W m,l (k) index for the first symbol group from the candidate indices e (e jθ − e −jθ ) jθ and send the corresponding NPRACH preamble. The BS =Ae jθ(N−1) sin(θN) + W m,l (k) (5) will try to detect in which subcarrier the preamble exists to sin(θ) identify the accessing UE. (...) NPRACH RECEIVER s m (n) = β N PRACH e j2πΩ(m)n/N , n = −N CP , . . ., LN − 1, 3.1 Reference method (1) where β N PRACH , Ω(m), N CP denote the power scaling The receiver in [8] takes full advantage of all the OFDM factor, the subcarrier index of the m-th symbol group and symbols in the NPRACH preamble to make a joint estimation, – 18 –     75     76     77     78     79     80     81     82     83     84     85          
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Score: 1373927.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page80.html
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