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isd3-1 Cell Broadcast Broker SystemCell Broadcast Broker System ByBy Cell Alert Services Corp. Cell Alert Services Corp. Mark.wood@engineer.comMark.wood@engineer.com Can we have a successful Disaster? (...) Does not affect GPRS dynamic channels. •• Less signaling load than one phone call Less signaling load than one phone call or SMSor SMS •• Is not immune to failure of cellular Is not immune to failure of cellular infrastructure, switches, transmission infrastructure, switches, transmission andand RBSsRBSs.. •• In the future a dynamic Cell Broadcast In the future a dynamic Cell Broadcast Feature may be needed.
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Score: 1427193 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/workshop/ets/isd3-001.pdf
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relation: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/15981/ title: A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma creator: Ravassard, Michel subject: Culture subject: Cultural Diversity description: A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of nomad tribes - date: 2004 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: cc_by_sa_3_igo identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/15981/1/10035361.jpg identifier: A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma.
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Score: 1424709.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-15981.txt
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Indian farmers use camera-phones to snap pictures of crop pests, then send the photos by cell phone to biologists who can identify the bug and suggest ways to combat it. (...) "The cell phone gives poor people as much information as the middleman." (...) "Adding one cell phone to Bangladesh would add US$6,000 to the national GDP," according to Nick Sullivan, author of You Can Hear Me Now: How Microloans and Cell Phones are Connecting the World’s Poor to the Global Economy.
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Score: 1421764.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...lenary_session_mahbubani_e.pdf
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A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma Download Original Filename: 10035361.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 1488x 2283 Preview Description: A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of nomad tribes - Collections: ??
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Score: 1417547.2 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/15981/
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Much of this attention focuses on ways in which Big Data may help monitor the SDGs— with examples of such uses being routinely put forward, in the area of poverty monitoring using cell-phone activity for instance. Measuring human outcomes using new kinds of data emitted by humans—the bulk of which corresponds to what Sandy Pentland has referred to as ‘digital breadcrumbs’, passively emitted structured data like credit card of phone transactions—is indeed an area with considerable promise. (...) First, it is well know and understood now that not everybody has a cell phone, or uses Twitter, such that Big Data streams and sets, even with huge N, are typically non representatives samples of the entire populations of interest. (...) Poverty eradication Satellite data to estimate povertyi Poverty Satellite images, night-lights Global map 2009 International comparable data, which can be updated more frequently Estimating poverty maps with cell- phone recordsii Poverty Cell phone records Cote d’Ivoire 2013-4 Internet-based data to estimate consumer price index and poverty ratesiii Price indexes Online prices at retailers websites Argentina 2013 Cheaper data available at higher frequencies Cell-phone records to predict socio- economic levelsiv Socio-economic levels Cell phone records City in Latin America 2011 Data available more regularly and cheaper than official data; informal economy better reflected 2.
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Score: 1411841.1 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...-%2520Emmanuel%2520Letouze.pdf
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Other obstacles for mobile use of solar cells include efficiency, size and cost. Fuel cell systems, in particular direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) technologies, are embraced by some as the energy technology of tomorrow. (...) This would make them optimal for consumer goods such as mobile phones, laptops and cameras (see Box 2). The main hurdles to be overcome for fuel cell technology in such devices include power handling, down-sizing and cost. (...) Technologies such as fuel cells, cell-sized batteries, nanotechnology and improvements in current Li-ion batteries may increase performance duration and thus autonomy and portability of devices.
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Score: 1408247 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../23/01/T230100000E0001MSWE.doc
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Box 40832, Dar  es Salaam  cngatigwa@mnrt.go.tz   Cell phone:+255719544538  3. Mr. Aristides Kashula  Programme Forester  Jane Goodall  Institute, Kigoma  Tanzania  P.O Box 1182,  Kigoma  akashula@janegoodall.or.tz   Cell phone:+255753092561                     +255787443172  4. (...) Simon Mosha  Coastal Forest Project Manager  Tanzania Forest  Conservation Group  Tanzania  P.O Box 23410, Dar  es Salaam  smosha@tfcg.or.tz   Cell phone:+255786210008  5. Mr. Alfan Al Rija  Lecturer  Sokoine University  of Agriculture  Tanzania  P.O Box 3073,  Morogoro  Alrija10@gmail.com   Cell phone:0787335352  6. (...) Box 108,  Mafinga, Iringa  hamisi.malinga@greenresources.no   maliprosper@yahoo.com   Cell phone:+255754865777  Office phone:+255655865777  7.
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Score: 1391632 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/3...2c8335080cefae66226505b37c.pdf
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This is a lot of useful information, but it pertains to people who have cell phones and use them. Such data cannot say anything about people without cell phones, or those with phones who never use them. (...) By adding a detailed ‘cell phone module’ to ongoing HDSS data collection it will be possible to understand cell phone ownership and usage in detail in addition to all of the other detailed information describing the HDSS study populations. Then by combining all of this with cell phone call metadata that includes the cell phones used by the HDSS study population, it will be possible to characterize and understand the biases and omissions inherent in the cell phone call metadata, and that understanding can be used to de-bias, calibrate and adjust indicator values produced using cell phone call metadata that describe very large populations that are similar to the HDSS study population. 5 Although we have used cell phone call metadata as an example, this general approach should work for any type of big data, social network data, satellite imagery, etc.
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Score: 1386081.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...tNotes/Samuel%20J.%20Clark.pdf
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Last/Family Name: ________________________________________________________________________________ First Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail address _____________________________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address _____________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Work Phone _______________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone _______________________________________________________________________________________ Cell Phone ________________________________________________________________________________________ Index Number _______________________________________________________________________________________ Current level______________________________________________________________________________________ Type of Appointment______________________________ Functional Title____________________________________ Dept. (...) _____________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please feel free to attach a letter containing your description of the context of the decision, relevant facts, documents and any other information you consider important in the context of your request for evaluation. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ COUNSEL INFORMATION If you have, or should you decide in the future to obtain legal counsel, please provide us with the following contact information: Name of Counsel ___________________________________________________________________________________ Place of work _____________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail Address ____________________________________________________________________________________ Mailing address ___________________________________________________________________________________ Work Phone ____________________________ Cell Phone ______________________ _ Fax _____________________ Signature: ____________________________________________ Date: __________________________________
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Score: 1372907.3 - https://www.un.org/es/internal...r_revform_as_of_aug_2012_0.doc
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