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Purpose: Proposal 1 Introduction In order to reduce the complexity for 1/8-pel motion vector (MV) resolution, the complexity of the interpolation process is reduced. (...) With the 6-tap filters the decoder complexity of the 1/8-pel codec is the same than the decoder complexity of the TML-5 (1/4-pel) codec. (...) With the 6-tap filters the decoder complexity of the 1/8-pel codec is the same than the decoder complexity of the TML-5 (1/4-pel) codec.
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Score: 542471.83 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0101_Eib/VCEG-L20.doc
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Tel: Fax: Email: +1 972 894 4045 +1 972 894 4589 jani.lainema@nokia.com Title: Core Experiment results on Low Complexity Loop Filtering Purpose: Information / Proposal _____________________________ 1 Introduction This document reports the results of the Core Experiment on Low Complexity Loop Filtering (defined in VCEG-L40). 2 Results Six experiments were carried out according to the common test conditions (VCEG-L38). Complexity and coding efficiency of the following were measured and are reported later in this document: 1. (...) Table 2: Optimized TML 5.9 Loop Filter complexity relative to TML 5.9 complexity QP Cont Fore News Sile Pari Mobi Temp Average Worst case 16 0.88 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.88 0.80 0.85 0.87 0.95 20 0.89 0.92 0.90 0.92 0.89 0.83 0.87 0.89 0.95 24 0.90 0.94 0.91 0.93 0.91 0.86 0.89 0.90 0.95 28 0.91 0.95 0.92 0.95 0.92 0.89 0.92 0.92 0.95 Average 0.89 0.93 0.90 0.92 0.90 0.85 0.88 0.90 0.95 Table 3: Summary of Experiment 2 results Average Complexity Reduction 10% Luma PSNR improvement (sweet spot) 0.00 Luma PSNR improvement 0.00 Chroma PSNR improvement (sweet spot) 0.00 Chroma PSNR improvement 0.00 2.3 Experiment 3: Combined filtering of the edge pixels This experiment is exactly as the one above except instead of separately filtering the edge pixels they are jointly filtered as in TML 5.
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Score: 542415.43 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0104_Aus/VCEG-M21.doc
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EB Document Format 13 FCTC/COP8(20) Tobacco control in complex emergency situations The Conference of the Parties (COP), Acknowledging the great challenge in implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) during complex emergency situations; Realizing the need to control the damage that complex emergency situations cause to tobacco control; Understanding that there is need to give greater attention to the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in countries facing complex emergencies, including tobacco control measures towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); Noting that complex emergency situations can lead to an increase in tobacco use, addiction and the risk of tobacco-related diseases; Acknowledging the importance and comprehensiveness of the report (FCTC/COP/8/13) prepared by the Convention Secretariat in this regard and taking note of the proposed practical actions within, 1. REQUESTS the WHO FCTC Secretariat, regarding Parties that are in a situation that has been characterized by the United Nations to be a complex emergency situation: (a) to provide technical support upon request and financial support, where appropriate, to tobacco control activities; (b) to propose to the COP for such countries, a temporary exemption from submitting a full report on the implementation of the WHO FCTC, and to work with those countries to submit a summary report; Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Eighth session Geneva, Switzerland, 1−6 October 2018 6 October 2018 FCTC/COP8(20) 2 2. CALLS UPON Parties facing complex emergencies to continue to fulfil their obligations under the WHO FCTC to the extent possible, and more importantly: (a) to continue the appropriate level of surveillance for tobacco control; (b) to maintain the already existing gains in tobacco control, especially in: (i) existing tobacco control laws; (ii) infrastructure for tobacco control; (iii) cessation services, where appropriate; (iv) awareness-raising among different population groups, including displaced persons; (v) training of the health workforce on tobacco control issues; (vi) collecting and providing information on illicit tobacco trade to the Convention Secretariat; (c) to pay special attention to Article 5.3 of the WHO FCTC and related Guidelines; (d) in post-complex emergency situations, Parties shall fully implement their obligations under the WHO FCTC.
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Score: 542148.8 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/s...ssions/cop8/FCTC__COP8(20).pdf
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MRTD Symposium 2013 Complexity in Border Control Implementations Alejandro Gomez de Cuenca October 2013 Why this topic? (...) Our Booth, #1, on the left hand side as you exit ICAO 9 Complexity in Border ControlImplementations Why this topic? Is it really complex?: YES!!! Common Problems Complex in terms of actors Slide Number 6 How to Succeed?
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Score: 542005.57 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...resentations/23_pm_GEMALTO.pdf
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Keeping it simple Learn more about complex systems More complex minimum wage systems set multiple wage floors. (...) In the absence of collective bargaining, complex systems may provide an opportunity to set higher wage floors in sectors or industries which have a higher “capacity to pay”. (...) The implementation of complex minimum wage systems poses an information and communication challenge.
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Score: 542005.57 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/are...WCMS_460924/lang--en/index.htm
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ECOSOC 2010 Humanitarian Segment Side Event: Challenges for Gender Equality Programming in Humanitarian Action Gender Dimensions of Operating in High Risk Environments ECOSOC 2010 Humanitarian Segment Side Event: Challenges for Gender Equality Programming in Humanitarian Action Gender Dimensions of Operating in Complex Security Environments Martin Mogwanja Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan United Nations Headquarters, New York 14 July, 2010 Background – Complex Security Environment In Pakistan, complex security environment challenges ability to provide effective, predictable, timely humanitarian assistance to affected civilians Scope, scale and nature of emergency contributes to level and degree of risks Ongoing insecurity – but protection and assistance needs remain constant Emergency situation progressively complex, not uniform in nature (rapid and large variations in phases, scope and nature of response). Gender-related challenges in Complex Security Environments Gender-related challenges exist in all emergency contexts - In Pakistan, operational and security complexities further exacerbated by sociological, cultural and traditional constraints in accessing women and girls and promoting their participation. (...) Women in Tents) Apply gender tools in coordinated humanitarian response: Gender Marker, Cluster Gender Equality Targets, Gender Task Force Develop and propose channels for providing risk related information specific to women and to men ECOSOC 2010 Humanitarian Segment Side Event: Challenges for Gender Equality Programming in Humanitarian Action Gender Dimensions of Operating in Complex Security Environments ECOSOC 2010 Humanitarian Segment ECOSOC 2010 Humanitarian Segment Side Event: Challenges for Gender Equality Side Event: Challenges for Gender Equality Programming in Humanitarian Action Programming in Humanitarian Action Gender Dimensions of Operating Gender Dimensions of Operating in Complex Security in Complex Security Environments Environments Martin Mogwanja Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan United Nations Headquarters, New York 14 July, 2010 Martin Mogwanja Martin Mogwanja Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan United Nations Headquarters, New York United Nations Headquarters, New York 14 July, 2010 14 July, 2010
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Score: 541143.07 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/julyhls/pdf10/mr._mogwanja.pptx
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Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Ye.Primakov Procedure for Granting a Grace Period (Installment Payment Schedule) on the Debt Owed as Payments to the Federal Budget to Agricultural Producers, Enterprises and Organizations of the Agricultural Complex in the Year 1998 (endorsed by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1147 of October 2, 1998) The present Procedure provides a mechanism whereby agricultural goods producers, enterprises and organizations of the agroindustrial complex (hereinafter referred to as "agroindustrial complex organizations") are to be granted a grace period (installment payment schedule) on the repayment of the debt owed as payments to the federal budget including fines and penalties for violation of the tax legislation of the Russian Federation (hereinafter referred to as "debt on mandatory payments to the federal budget") that occurred as of January 1, 1998. 1. (...) To obtain a grace period (installment repayment schedule) on the debts owed as mandatory payments to the federal budgets agroindustrial complex organizations shall file an application of the said grace period with a tax body at the location of their registration. (...) Agroindustrial complex organizations shall repay a debt owed as mandatory payments to the federal budget on which a grace period (installment payment schedule) has been granted, beginning from the Year 2000 in equal installments as per the established schedule.
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Score: 539844.63 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_30.pdf
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Georgiy Freiman Cheirman EC of PONEN, General manager «GeoMineProject» LLP Round table Development of the United Nations Resource Management System (UNRMS) for expansion of the investment potential of Central Asian and BRICS countries: Main goals and principles UNECE Tyumen Oil & Gas Forum: September 16, 2021 Tyumen, Russia The Reform of the Kazakhstan's mineral and raw material complex has been started in July 2018 with the introduction of the new Code "On Subsoil and Subsoil Use" 2 On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex The Code “On Subsoil and Subsoil Use radically simplified licensing procedures the interactive map of subsoil use, available online, was introduced greatly facilitated access to historical geological information liberalized subsoil use procedures and consolidated the transition to CRIRSCO standards for Solid minerals the principle of the first application "first come - first received" was introduced, the terms were significantly reduced 3 Issued from above 2,000 new licenses for Solid minerals, mainly for prospecting and exploration work from 1996 to 2018 551 Subsoil Use Contracts for Solid minerals signed from 2018 г Positive legislative changes: • A large part of new licenses have been issued to junior companies for «green field» prospecting and exploration. • Thus, the fact that the investment attractiveness of subsoil use in the Republic of Kazakhstan increased is obvious. On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 4 The Geology Committee accepts reports prepared by PONEN Competent Persons in accordance with "The Kazakhstan Code of Public Reporting on the Results of Exploration, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (KAZRC)" 7 15 23 0 10 20 2019 г 2020 г 2021 г Number of accepted reports by KAZRC Resources and reserves estimated in accordance with the KAZRC Code were put on the State balance sheet, including several objects, for the first time On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 5 Due to the widespread use of CRIRSCO standards, the requirements for quality control and reliability of exploration work have significantly increased. In exploration programs, all subsoil users, without exception, provide for standard QA / QC procedures On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 6 The mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan demonstrates positive changes, in connection with which favorable conditions have developed for moving in this direction and further: start implementation of UNFC and UNRMS to create conditions for a significant improvement in the management of the development of the Mineral and Raw Materials Complex of Kazakhstan On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex On September 1, 2021, in his annual Address, the President of Kazakhstan Kassym Zhomart Tokayev announced the need to continue reforms in the mineral and raw materials sector of the economy, for which it follows: create an effective National Geological Survey 7 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex The PONEN Executive Committee, as part of the continuation of the industry reform and the creation of the National Geological Survey, proposes at the first stage: - Associations KAZRC and PONEN, with the involvement of the Association of Mining and Metallurgical Enterprises (AGMP) and the Association of Industrial Geological Prospecting Organizations (APGO) Develop a Concept for the Application of the UNFC and UNRMS in the mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan 8 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex at the second step: - organize a discussion of the Concept at the Geological Subcommittee of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs Atameken, with the creation of a Working Group to develop a Roadmap and Implementation Program for the UNFC and UNRMS, with the involvement of stakeholders - contact the Working Group of the UNECE Sustainable Energy Division with a request for advice in the development of UNFC and UNRMS Phased Implementation Programs in the state management of the mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan. 9 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex Thank you for your attention UNECE Tyumen Oil & Gas Forum: 16 September 2021 Tyumen, Russia
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Score: 539820.85 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20Freiman%20TOG-2021%20Eng.pdf
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The results obtained with this new macroblock type encoding showed some quite significant performance boost of up to 23% bitrate savings. 2.2 Low-Complexity Arithmetic Coding The second major issue was devoted to complexity reduction of the arithmetic coding engine. Here the process within the AHG led to two solutions: 1. Low-complexity arithmetic coding engine proposed by Philips (JVT-C029, same as originally proposed in JVT-B033) 2. Fast table-driven arithmetic coding engine by HHI (JVT-C061) Both proposals provide an excellent performance/complexity trade-off; the rate-distortion performance degradation for both solutions is negligible (0.5% BD) when measuring at the common conditions.
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Score: 539532.13 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C009.doc
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Introduction This document describes the results of complexity analysis of the MB prediction modes proposed in VCEG-O22 [1]. (...) However, concerns were raised about the complexity of the VCEG-O22 proposal, and further investigation was requested. (...) Complexity analysis In this complexity analysis comparisons between VCEG-O22 (implemented on TML9.0) and VCEG-O17 (implemented on TML8.5) have been carried out for decoder and encoder.
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Score: 539512.06 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...02_05_Fairfax/JVT-C119r1-L.doc
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