Home

Results 81 - 90 of 10,403 for cognitive. Search took 9.945 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
Calderón-Garcidueñas, Lilian, et al., ‘Air pollution, cognitive deficits and brain abnormalities: A pilot study with children and dogs’, Brain and Cognition, vol. 68, issue. 2, November 2008, pp.117-127. 12. (...) Suglia, Shakira F., et al., ‘Association of Black Carbon with Cognition among Children in a Prospective Birth Cohort Study’, American journal of Epidemiology, vol. 167, Issue. 3, 1 Feburary 2008, pp. 280-286. 19. (...) Sunyer, Jordi et al., ‘Association between Traffic-Related Air Pollution in Schools and Cognitive Development in Primary School Children: A Prospective Cohort Study’, PLOS Medicine, 3 March, 2015, pp. 1-24. 22.
Language:English
Score: 894531.2 - https://www.unicef.org/sites/d...lo-media-Danger_in_the_Air.pdf
Data Source: un
Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report MICS: early childhood development The analysis of Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey data UNICEF Serbia/2017/Vas Highlights Early childhood is a crucial period in life when children start developing their cognitive and non-cognitive skills. Brain connections begin developing from birth and these connections established early lay the foundations for later stages of brain development.
Language:English
Score: 893371.7 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...cs-early-childhood-development
Data Source: un
Significant demand on proficient crew The recovery procedure of a malfunction (e.g. abnormal or emergency)  may be considered to place a significant demand on a proficient crew member  when one or more of the following criteria are fulfilled: (1) The associated procedures include one or more action items and not only a set of information for crew awareness, (2) The flight crew's cognitive load (resources required by the mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning) significantly increases, during, or after, the application of the abnormal/emergency associated procedure. The cognitive load is considered as significantly increased when it is well above the cognitive load required by the application of the Normal Standard Operating Procedures. (3) The flight crew's workload significantly increases, during, or after, the application of the abnormal/emergency procedure.
Language:English
Score: 890961.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...ormal/Pages/Consolidation.aspx
Data Source: un
REPORT OF THE WASHINGTON GROUP ON DISABILITY MEASUREMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Another important element of the seminar was the focus on the measurement of disability among special populations, such as children and those with cognitive or psychological impairments. II. Seminar recommendations 3. (...) Particular attention is needed in the development of instruments to measure the new ICF elements of environment and participation; (b) That global measures and instruments be developed for use in censuses and surveys that do not focus primarily on disability; (c) That assessment of the impact of cut points and multi-point response scales on the measurement of disability, including use of ICF qualifiers with relationship to difficulty, assistance, extent, satisfaction etc., are important methodological issues to be addressed; (d) That emphasis be placed on improving the comparability of disability data cross-nationally, while being sensitive to the cultural and resource differences encountered in different countries, including the harmonization of concepts and definitions, the development of a core set of reference items and the use of statistical techniques, such as item response theory; (e) That attention be paid to the development of instruments and issues associated with measuring disability among special populations, such as children, the elderly, institutionalized populations, and persons with cognitive and psychological impairments; 3 E/CN.3/2002/7 (f) That the impact of question design on estimates of persons with disabilities be studied, including methodological issues of self versus proxy respondents, household versus person-based questions, multi-point scale cut points, negative terminology etc.; (g) That collaboration on disability data topics be enhanced by including stakeholders and data users, developing working relationships and networks among countries, and exchanging information and establishing guidelines for the use of data. (...) Measurement error Scales Statistical techniques to promote comparisons Status of environmental and participation measures Successful supplements in use and their problems Incorporation of institutionalized populations in prevalence estimates 8 E/CN.3/2002/7 Measurement of disability among children, adolescents and elderly Problems associated with various age groups Self/proxy issues Cognitive limitations Mental health problems Psychological and cognitive impairments Special cultural barriers to data collection Uses of data Constructive use of disability in overall health measures Data users’ needs: policy considerations
Language:English
Score: 890081.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.3/2002/7&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
Such a collaborative study may not only make networks more intelligent but also gives ITU the opportunity to lead the development of intelligent standards across SDOs. 4 Future of slicing and ML - Cognitive high-precision slicing (Kiran Makhijani, Futurewei, United States) By further adding intelligence to its life-cycle creation and maintenance, one gains cognitive and higher precision slicing. (...) By leveraging the knowledge and insights retrieved from the data, it is prudent to employ machine-learning capabilities such as adaptive boosting to perform cognitive network slice management for dynamic resource optimization and orchestration of networks slicing and improving precision of matching traffic patterns to the service offered by the slice. (...) On the standardization front, the strategic direction to be adopted by ITU-T should encompass various aspects including (but not limited to) · defining network slice user plane capabilities for services and applications described in Network 2030 · distributed routing control for better scalability and gateways for multi-protocol stitching. · leveraging ML framework Y.3172 for network slices. · embracing hierarchical Machine learning approaches for cognitive network slices. · abstraction and anonymization of outcomes of data models at lower level During the discussion, the need to anonymize data (especially when dealing with personal data) was highlighted.
Language:English
Score: 887349.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...uments/SGLA/draft_s3_1555.docx
Data Source: un
COGNITIVE CAPITAL Investing in children to generate sustainable growth Economic Policy Research Institute Copyright ©UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Printed in October 2016 Acknowledgements The paper was written by Dr. (...) Today, the most prominent source of economic growth lies in cognitive capital - the most democratic of assets. Cognitive capital cannot be mined or traded but rather must be carefully cultivated by the most forward-looking of policies.
Language:English
Score: 884789.55 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/med...ate%20Sustainable%20Growth.pdf
Data Source: un
STATEMENT /SUBMITTED BY THE INSTITUTE FOR MULTICULTURAL COUNSELLING AND EDUCATION SERVICES, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF PSYCHOLOGISTS, INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, NGO HEALTH COMMITTEE, SOCIETY FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOCIAL ISSUES (SPSSI), AND TRUST FOR YOUTH AND CHILD LEADERSHIP
These contaminants also negatively impact the cognitive development and mental health of children, although there are few reliable Children’s Environmental Health Indicators (CEHIs) that focus on these aspects. Evidence from Bangladesh, China and the U.S. suggest that pollutants such as arsenic, lead, and other toxic chemicals depress children’s growth and cognitive functioning, leading to long-term impacts on cognitive abilities and risks of developing mental illnesses such as bipolar and post-traumatic stress disorder as adults (Aschengrau et al., 2012; Cuthbertson et al., 2016; Wang et al., 2007).
Language:English
Score: 878754.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/CN.9/2021/NGO/12&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
In addition to numerous research studies, a recent research that was conducted at the University of Waterloo affirms that in only four months, there was a 35% increase in social and cognitive awareness for children participating in VR-based training on social cognition. (...) VRapeutic Example of VRapeutic’s modules and a part of our curricula on cognitive skills. OPEN SOURCE VRapeutic has been built around core values, two of which are empathy and large-scale impact.
Language:English
Score: 878216.7 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/innovation-fund-vrapeutic
Data Source: un
Topics : Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to: ​Communication network architectures Communication network protocols Network services and applications Network security and privacy Security, privacy and trust (e.g. trusted information infrastructure) Network operation and management Autonomous networks​ Internet of Things Underwater communication Underground communication Reconfigurable frontends architectures Dynamic spectrum sharing TeraHertz communications mm-waves systems Internet of Sp​ace Things with CubeSats/unmanned autonomous vehicles/drones Satellite networks Deep space networks Quantum communication Holographic communication MIMO, massive MIMO, MultiUser MIMO systems Cell free massive MIMO communications Intelligent communication environments Pervasive AI and machine learning algorithms SDN/NFV and network automation Communication in challenged environments  Cellular systems (4G, 5G and 6G and Beyond) wireless systems  Mobile and wireless ad hoc networks Wireless sensor networks LORA and SigFox (wide area sensor networks) Wireless local and personal area networks Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) Novel architectures for ad hoc and sensor networks Transport layer protocols Routing protocols  Media access control protocols Error control algorithms Power-aware, low-power and energy-efficient designs Mobility management Location tracking and location-based services Resource and information management Hardware and software platforms, systems, and test beds Experimental and prototype results Performance analysis and simulation of protocols Physical layer issues of all communication paradigms Channel modeling Detection and estimation  Modulation and coding Multiplexing and carrier techniques Multimedia communications over wireless DSP applications to wireless systems Multiple access techniques Synchronization techniques Software radios Localization and tracking Resource allocation and inference management Multi-rate and multi-carrier communications Cross layer design and optimization Propagation and channel characterization OFDM systems MIMO systems Cognitive radio system architectures Platforms and hardware implementations for the support of cognitive, radio systems Cognitive radio networks resource management NanoScale communications and networking Internet of BioNanothings Internet of NanoThings Molecular communications Open-source solutions Transport, access, home Video coding, e-everything (e.g., e-health) Accessibility and multimedia standardization ICT and the environment Digital financial service (e.g., mobile money)​ Big data, cloud services Bridging gaps (standards, technology) Intellectual property rights NOTE : To facilitate the approval of articles and ensure proper coordination among the on-going studies/publications of ITU-R Study Groups, authors are advised to avoid topics of a technical nature that directly relate to the agenda of the next World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-23).
Language:English
Score: 878216.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/journal/j-fet/Pages/about.aspx
Data Source: un
The policy potential for universal basic income has been bogged down by confusion around cost, universality and targeting, as well as familiar cognitive biases and tropes, though long discredited. (...) Rather, it’s time to think hard about the way the policy is conceptualized and thus (mis)understood: the cognitive dimension of policy making. Two ways of reframing the debate would lead to greater conceptual clarity around the fundamental policy questions behind UBI.   (...) It disrupts familiar cognitive biases and tropes that are long discredited but still intertwined with welfare policy – such as fears of dependency, laziness, or misspending caused by ‘free money’.  
Language:English
Score: 877834.2 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...-trap-heres-how-reframe-debate
Data Source: un