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Table 7 compares the luma interpolation complexity of the TML-8 decoder and SLA’s optimized decoder. (...) Filtering Implementation Normalized Complexity (%) Comparison of Normalized Complexity in 1/4-pel resolution 100 116.6666666667 100 54.1666666667 33.3333333333 11.8055555556 16.6666666667 9.0277777778 fourth-pel Comparison of Normalized Complexity in 1/4-pel resolution Pixel basis Block basis SIMD 64-bit SIMD 128-bit 2-D Flt. 576 576 192 96 Sep. (...) Filtering Implementation Normalized Complexity (%) Comparison of Normalized Complexity in 1/8-pel complexity 100 41.6666666667 13.1944444444 6.5972222222 fourth-pel Comparison of Normalized Complexity in 1/8-pel complexity Pixel basis Block basis SIMD 64-bit SIMD 128-bit Sep.
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Score: 528741.16 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N19.doc
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The work in the area of transform/quantization complexity reduction has focused on the current application of H.26L to 8-bit source data. The group has also worked on extending low complexity techniques to support higher bit depth data with 11-bit or 13-bit residuals. 1 Complexity Evaluation The calculations of an H.26L decoder are normative eliminating potential IDCT drift. (...) Care must be taken to avoid normative requirements that impose significant complexity on particular architectures. A target set of computational resources has been identified that supports reduced complexity implementations on the model hardware architectures considered.
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Score: 528572.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O09.doc
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The work in the area of transform/quantization complexity reduction has focused on the current application of H.26L to 8-bit source data. The group has also worked on extending low complexity techniques to support higher bit depth data with 11-bit or 13-bit residuals. 1 Complexity Evaluation The calculations of an H.26L decoder are normative eliminating potential IDCT drift. (...) Care must be taken to avoid normative requirements that impose significant complexity on particular architectures. A target set of computational resources has been identified that supports reduced complexity implementations on the model hardware architectures considered.
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Score: 528572.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O09.doc
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Complexity: Enables filtering with sample difference of 1. (...) The high-complexity mode is fully backward compatible to the low-complexity mode. (...) Constrain the high-complexity mode such that the first six entries in each list selectable from the low-complexity values are from the low complexity table.
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Score: 528287.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...05_Fairfax/JVT-C-Agenda_r3.doc
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WHAT IS A COMPLEX EMERGENCY? 3. The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) 1 defines a complex emergency as “a humanitarian crisis in a country, region or society where there is total or considerable breakdown of authority resulting from internal or external conflict and which requires an international response that goes beyond the mandate or capacity of any single and/or ongoing United Nations (UN) country programme” 2 . 4. (...) Smuggled tobacco products can infiltrate complex health emergency zones and can be endemic to post-conflict environments. (...) The effective implementation of the WHO FCTC is likely to be highly challenging during complex health emergency situations. Recognizing that each complex health emergency will require a unique response, the Convention Secretariat suggests some practical actions, in line with the WHO FCTC, that could be considered.
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Score: 527604.15 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/sessions/cop8/FCTC_COP_8_13.pdf
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7 Complexities Require Cooperation • The emergence of divergent ATM technologies (e.g., GPS based verses ground based navigation aids) are challenging established arrangements for the sharing of infrastructure and shared situational awareness – Cooperative solution: the integration of civil ATM and defense system needs through national programs 16 September 2012 Optimizing the Relationship: Why Should Civil/Military Cooperate? 8 Complexities Require Cooperation • Near and cross border defense and law enforcement operations are sometimes complicated by differing ATM security and military procedures – Cooperative solution: joint planning for ATM security procedures involving the neighboring military, law enforcement, CAAs and ANSPs. 16 September 2012 Optimizing the Relationship: Why Should Civil/Military Cooperate? (...) Civ/Mil ATM Linkages Require Cooperation Shared Resources Require Cooperation Complexities Require Cooperation Complexities Require Cooperation Complexities Require Cooperation Complexities Require Cooperation Productive Partnerships Require Cooperation Why Cooperate?
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Score: 527030.76 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...tionship%20Why%20Cooperate.pdf
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t17sg12q6 - [ Analysis methods using complex measurement signals including their application for speech and audio enhancement techniques ] - info Skip to Content. Please activate JavaScript in your web browser Sympa Menu Home Search for List(s) Search form Index of Lists Browse lists by categories Support Documentation FAQ TIES Account List Subscription ITU-T Homepage Login t17sg12q6 - [ Analysis methods using complex measurement signals including their application for speech and audio enhancement techniques ] List Options Menu List Options Owners: Gent Bajrami Moderators: (same as owners) List Home Unsubscribe Archive Post Subject: [ Analysis methods using complex measurement signals including their application for speech and audio enhancement techniques ] Description: [ Analysis methods using complex measurement signals including their application for speech and audio enhancement techniques ] Top of Page Powered by Sympa 6.2.68
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--D.3.4.6.4 The following example shows an element declaration that is nillable, whose type definition is a top-level complex type definition, and which is used as the base type definition of another complex type definition.--> complex type definitions--> complex type definitions whose content type is an element-only content model.-->
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Score: 526310.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...itu-t/x/x694/2008/MAPPING.html
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The simulation results show that the fast high-complexity mode provides considerable reduction in computational complexity and processing time. (...) It means that H.264 main profile encoder running under fast high-complexity mode is at most 3 times faster than the main profile encoder running under the high-complexity mode. (...) Besides, we don’t see any visual artifact from fast-high complexity mode case in compare with conventional high complexity mode case.
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Score: 526254.25 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/2004_10_Palma/JVT-M013.doc
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Dealing effectively with complex crises required that those root causes be addressed.  (...) The United Nations had a fair idea of the complexity of such situations, he concluded, but it was still premature to talk about genuine, global and integrated strategies to cope with complex crises.  (...) There could be no template; complex crises required complex and case-specific responses.
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Score: 509522.8 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2004/sc8106.doc.htm
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