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Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Mandatory information Energy efficiency label for electrical appliances Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Financial Subsidies for investments Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Bioenergy strategy Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles 2- Choose the type and sub-type Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 14 Programme Renewables 2- Choose the type and sub-type Title Type Sub-type National Program for Efficient Energy Use. (...) Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Bioenergy strategy Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 16 3- Choose the end-use Title End-use National Program for Efficient Energy Use. (...) Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Bioenergy strategy Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 22 4- Choose the target Title Target National Program for Efficient Energy Use.
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Score: 1199929.9 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...events/files/3_demo_db_lac.pdf
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And vehicle C will have minimum estimated delivery time and choose to be carrier of message. Vehicle C will choose another carrier to transmit the message to 2 Ve c e C w c oose a ot e ca e to t a s t t e essage to the destination. (...) Information Flow in System Components 7 Context-driven DTN Content RSU RSUContent querying Context generator Infrastructure Content generation generator Content querying Content replying Disruption Tolerant Context handling Content posting The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 Network Logical Stack Components of C-DTN 8 Applications Context Generation Module Context Handling Sub-layer Context Information ModuleModule Module Content Optimization Sub-layer DTN Forwarding Module Detection & Condition Module Sub layer Module P k t OUT Module DTN Sub-layer The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 Packet IN Packet OUT Evaluation Scenarios Overview 9 o Scenario # 1 o Content Source: static single node o Content Recipients: static intersections o Effect of variation in vehicle density and mobility on performance o Scenario # 2 o Content Source: multiple intersections o Content Recipient: mobile vehicles o Effect of variation in vehicle density and on performance DD 518 519 DD 518 519 SS SS destination mobility on performance DD 518 513 519 514 DD 518 513 519 514 SS SSSender Destination locations Carrying vehicle D S S 501 S 501 Carrying vehicle Receiving Vehicle Application Parameter Value Cumulative Packet Rate 1300 B pkts @ 1 packet/sec Radio Range 100m Duration of simulation 600 seconds The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 Duration of simulation 600 seconds Speed distribution Uniform [24-96] Kmph Scenario Evaluation of C-DTN Packet Delivery Ratio and Average Delay Scenario 1 PDR for #519 10 Scenario 2 PDR from Source 519 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 Scenario 1 PDR for #519 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 D el iv er y R at io 519 for 1 way; 1 lane 519 for 1 way;2 lane 519 for 2 way; 2 lane 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 D el iv er y R at io 519 for 1 way; 1 lane • Comparison for PDR at #519 (farthest from source) 0 0.1 0 5 10 15 20 25 Vehicle Density (vehicles per mile) 0 0.1 0.2 0 5 10 15 20 25 Vehicle Density (vehicles per mile) 519 for 1 way; 2 lane 519 for 2 way; 2 lane • Comparison of PDR at mobile vehicle 1 from source #519 Scenario 2 Delay for Source 519Scenario 1 Delay for #519 Scenario 2 Delay for Source 519 2 0 300 350 400 250 300 350 400 519 for 1 way; 1 lane 519 for 1 way; 2 lane 519 for 2 way; 2 lane 50 100 150 200 250 Se co nd s 519 for 1 way; 1 lane 519 for 1 way; 2 lane 519 for 2 way; 2 lane 50 100 150 200 Se co nd s The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010• Comparison for delay at #519 (farthest from source) • Comparison of delay at mobile vehicle 1 from source #519 0 50 0 5 10 15 20 25 Vehicle Density (vehicles per mile) 0 50 0 5 10 15 20 25 Vehicle Density (Vehicles per mile) Scenario Evaluation of C-DTN Freshness V hi l d it 5 hi l il 11 o Vehicle density = 5 vehicles per mile 2 way; 2 lane 2 way; 2 lane Sent by source Received at #519 • DTNMP #519 (farthest from source) receives • Mobile destination receives from farthest content sourcefrom content source • Distinct instances of content reception content source • Mobile destination receives content more frequently due to correlated mobility The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 Summary 12 o Overviewed general DTN approaches o Proposed a context-driven DTN (C-DTN) that supports o Proposed a context driven DTN (C DTN) that supports networking in consideration of application context needs o Evaluations to validate C-DTN dissemination performance with realistic mobilitywith realistic mobility • Diversity in mobility pattern generally improves performance • Under correlated mobility model, DTN dissemination performance depends on a number of factors The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 B k SlidBackup Slides The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 3-4 March 2010 Some Related Work GeoDTN+Nav: Hybrid Geographic and DTN Routing with Navigation Assistance 14 Assistance o Approach • Start forwarding in greedy forwarding (shortest path) mode and switch to DTN when network is disconnected — Proposed score function to detect the network disconnection. • Compute delivery quality metric for each neighbor and choose the best quality node to forward the packet. Ex Compute d1 d2 and d3 for 3 neighbors and choose best (d1) node (below)— Ex. Compute d1, d2 and d3 for 3 neighbors and choose best (d1) node.
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Score: 1112114.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...6/25/T062500000P003010PDFE.pdf
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Once this is done, you can go to worksheet "2. PERFORM EQUATING" to choose the common items and obtain the corresponding food insecurity prevalence rates. (...) PERFORM EQUATING Instructions: in the worksheet "2. PERFORM EQUATING", you will choose the common items.
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Score: 1100163.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ungry/docs/EPE_Example_05.xlsx
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This reduced complexity version performs almost the same as the 15 quantizer version. Finally, if we keep the quantizer identical to that used in H.263 (R0), and perform the choice of levels by doing an entropy constrained quantization, we get some gains as expected. (...) Even with the unoptimized VLC tables, the adaptive quantization consistently performs better than H.263 quantization. We gain approximately 0.5-1 dB in PSNRs at around 20 Kbps.
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Score: 1091793.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9706_Por/q15a49.doc
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Title: Comparing the performance of blockchain implementations Abstract: When an enterprise is stepping into blockchain domain, performance and scalability is always the first priority when choosing blockchain implementation. (...) How to compare these platforms from performance perspective, based on the different requirement is not an easy task. This presentation will discuss the challenges faced in such instances, propose concepts for performance and scalability evaluation, and propose solutions to these challenges.
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Score: 1088341.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cuments/Victor_Hu_Abstract.pdf
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Average PSNR Average bits/frame Total Bits UBC H.263+ 32.38 17188 532832 Trellis Based 32.34 16772 519920 Table 1: Comparison of UBC/Trellis Performance QP=13, INTRA mode only, 31 frames of carphone Conclusions We have performed a preliminary investigation of our new trellis based algorithm and obtained encouraging results. (...) In the coming weeks, we plan to conduct experiments in INTER mode as well in order to compare it with baseline H.263+ performance. In addition, we plan to explore the performance of our algorithm when it is used in combination with the adaptive quantization scheme presented in [1]. (...) With this knowledge, we should be able to select the quantizer which offers the best performance. This will allow us to validate the performance of the algorithm presented in [1].
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Score: 1080958.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9804_Tam/q15d40.doc
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Mix of functional and performance requirement, definition of “Performance Requirement” (LB9, 12, 18) - editorial Agree. 5. (...) If more than one provider could meet the performance requirements, then one would consider which of these potential providers to choose and in such scenario, this is one of the considerations and it is considered that experience itself is an example to prove capability as an international centre. 9. (...) If more than one provider could meet the performance requirements, then one would consider which of these potential providers to choose and in such scenario, this is one of the considerations.
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Score: 1078129.1 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...20Criteria)%20Appendix%20A.pdf
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Title: TrustBench PolarBear - A general blockchain performance benchmark test tool Abstract: Blockchain technology is an integration technology and there is neither a right framework nor right tool to evaluate it. When blockchain technology is stepping into enterprise application, blockchain performance benchmark test gives a reference to choose from. This presentation will discuss blockchain performance benchmark test tool in general - TrustBench PolarBear.
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Score: 1072849.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ments/Baixue_Yang_Abstract.pdf
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On this occasion, students of the “Andre Navarra” Music School performed at several locations in Podgorica, while passers-by and students of the “Vasa Pavic” Art School for Music and Ballet listened to and danced to their music. A video recording of this artistic performance was used to create a new video for the media literacy campaign whose message is “Let's Choose What We Listen to”. (...) Zoja Djurovic, the principal of the School for Music and Ballet One of the youth reporters in the Media Literacy campaign, Milica Vujosevic, covered these artistic performances and fully supports the initiative because she believes that music is important for the development and education of children and young people.
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Score: 1071154.9 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...essage-media-literacy-campaign
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Box 54, New London, Wisconsin, 54961 USA Choosing the proper plant material for environmental applications is a challenge. Consideration must be given to the plant origin, soil, microclimate, pests, diseases, and application goals. Choosing material adapted to the local growing season is essential. (...) Planting inappropriate plant material usually leads to poor growth performance. Thus, a chick and egg dilemma develops.
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Score: 1064686.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/d...a7747878cfda56feedfca22b8a.pdf
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