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INTRODUCTION OF PAPERLESS TECHNOLOGY FOR COLLECTING INFORMATION ON PRICES IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE STATE COMMITTEE ON STATISTICS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Explanations are given concerning work with the keyboard, the power supply and diskettes. There is a general description of the operations to be performed, explanations for loading and keying in data, start-up of the program for the work to be performed, choice of the location for collecting prices (shops, markets, etc.), headings for entering price data, downloading of the data from the minicomputer to a personal computer, and replacement of software. (...) Operations for transferring information from minicomputers to personal computers were demonstrated, along with further steps in processing data on price levels for compiling the CPI. (...) CES/AC.49/2001/6 page 7 Annex 1 Criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of using minicomputers to collect primary data for consumer price statistics Criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of paperless technology Average value for the Russian Federation (from 1 to 10 points) 1 Evaluation of the functioning of minicomputer programs from the viewpoint of user convenience 1.1 Convenience (user friendliness) of programs, including the system of screens, menus and “hot” keyboards 8.0 points 1.2 Speed of entering data, including search for the necessary heading and input of numerical values 7.2 points 1.3 Convenience of auxiliary functions (dynamic revision of price index, price dynamics, checking of data entry) 8.1 points 1.4 Convenience and speed of programs for loading information into minicomputer 8.5 points 1.5 Convenience and speed of programs for downloading information from minicomputer to personal computer 8.8 points 2 Operational features of minicomputer 2.1 Convenience of operation of minicomputer 7.0 points 2.2 Luminosity of screen 7.6 points 2.3 Power supply of minicomputer 6.5 points 2.4 Protection of minicomputer against freezing 7.0 points 2.5 Protection against mechanical damage (dropping) and external factors (snow, rain) 7.5 points 2.6 Reliability of operation of equipment linking minicomputer with personal computer 8.4 points 3 Influence of use of minicomputer on: 3.1 Quality of information collected from the viewpoint of errors in recording prices 8.4 points 3.2 Relationship with management of trade enterprises and sales personnel 7.8 points 3.3 Reduction of time required for data collection, reduction in number of additional sources for recording 7.1 points -----
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Score: 1624930.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.49/2001/6&Lang=E
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GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL
Technology (a) Equipment • Monitor with a resolution of a least 1024x768 pixel, • Keyboard with no technical defects, • Mouse with no technical defects, • Standard PC with supported operating system and browser, • Stable (interruption-free) connection between client and server. (...) Significant disruptions are: • Breakdown of testing station components (mouse, keyboard, monitor) • Reaction: Change station and continue the examination (it is not advisable to exchange components during an ongoing session) • Computer breakdown • Reaction: Change station and continue the examination • Interruption of connection between station and server • Reaction: Change station and continue the examination • Interruption of connection between all stations and server • Reaction: Interrupt/terminate the examinations and continue later (offer a new date if necessary). (...) In order to avoid bottlenecks if individual examination stations malfunction, a sufficient number of reserve computers should be ready to use. A supply of around ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2015/21 5 1:10 to 1:20 should be sufficient (e.g. in a room with 15 stations, one reserve computer should be available).
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Score: 1621778.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.1/2015/21&Lang=E
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PARTNERSHIP FOR ACTION ON COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
Develop strategies on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment. 10. Enhance awareness-raising and training on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment. 11. (...) This shows that personal computers should not be neglected at the end of their lives. (...) PACE is a multi-stakeholder public-private partnership under the umbrella of the Basel Convention that provides a forum for representatives of PC manufacturers, recyclers, international organizations, associations, academic institutions, environmental groups and Governments to tackle the environmentally sound refurbishment, repair, material recovery, recycling and disposal of used and end-of-life computing equipment. PACE is intended to increase the environmentally sound management of used and end-of- life computing equipment, taking into account, among other things, social responsibility, the concept of sustainable development and information-sharing on life-cycle thinking. 1.5.2 For the purpose of PACE, computing equipment is defined as: PCs and associated displays, printers and peripherals; personal desktop computers, including their central processing units (CPUs) and all other parts contained in them; personal notebooks and laptop computers, including docking stations, CPUs and all other parts contained in the computers; computer monitors, including cathode ray tube, liquid crystal display and plasma monitors; computer keyboards, mice and cables; computer printers, including dot matrix, inkjet, laser and thermal printers and any computer printer with scanning or facsimile capabilities, or both. 1.5.3 Some examples of computing equipment follow: (a) CPU and personal desktop computer; UNEP/CHW.10/20 15 (b) Monitor or display; (c) Keyboard and mouse; (d) Printer and scanner. 1.5.4 PACE aims to provide new and innovative approaches to emerging issues.
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Score: 1612658.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.10/20&Lang=E
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REVISED OVERALL GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
Information about the activities of the Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment and the revisions made to the overall guidance document on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment is contained in document UNEP/CHW/OEWG.8/4. 2. (...) This shows that personal computers should not be neglected at the end of their lives. (...) PACE is a multi- stakeholder public-private partnership under the umbrella of the Basel Convention that provides a forum for representatives of PC manufacturers, recyclers, international organizations, associations, academic institutions, environmental groups and Governments to tackle the environmentally sound refurbishment, repair, material recovery, recycling and disposal of used and end-of-life computing equipment. PACE is intended to increase the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment, taking into account, among other things, social responsibility, the concept of sustainable development and information-sharing on life-cycle thinking. 1.5.2 For the purpose of PACE, computing equipment is defined as: PCs and associated displays, printers and peripherals; personal desktop computers, including their central processing units (CPUs) and all other parts contained in them; personal notebooks and laptop computers, including docking stations, CPUs and all other parts contained in the computers; computer monitors, including cathode ray tube, liquid crystal display and plasma monitors; computer keyboards, mice and cables; computer printers, including dot matrix, inkjet, laser and thermal printers and any computer printer with scanning or facsimile capabilities, or both. 1.5.3 Some examples of computing equipment follow: a) CPU and personal desktop computer; b) Monitor or display; c) Keyboard and mouse; UNEP/CHW/OEWG.8/INF/6 13 d) Printer and scanner. 1.5.4 PACE aims to provide new and innovative approaches to emerging issues.
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Score: 1612216.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=UNEP/CHW/OEWG.8/INF/6&Lang=E
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PARTNERSHIP FOR ACTION ON COMPUTING EQUIPMENT: REVISED GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
Principles for donors of functional used computing equipment ..................................... 45 XI. (...) This shows that personal computers should not be neglected at the end of their lives. (...) PACE is a multi-stakeholder public-private partnership under the umbrella of the Basel Convention that provides a forum for representatives of PC manufacturers, recyclers, international organizations, associations, academic institutions, environmental groups and Governments to tackle the environmentally sound refurbishment, repair, material recovery, recycling and disposal of used and end-of-life computing equipment. PACE is intended to increase the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment, taking into account, among other things, social responsibility, the concept of sustainable development and information-sharing on life-cycle thinking. 1.5.2 For the purpose of PACE, computing equipment is defined as: PCs and associated displays, printers and peripherals; personal desktop computers, including their central processing units (CPUs) and all other parts contained in them; personal notebooks and laptop computers, including docking stations, CPUs and all other parts contained in the computers; computer monitors, including cathode ray tube, liquid crystal display and plasma monitors; computer keyboards, mice and cables; computer printers, including dot matrix, inkjet, laser and thermal printers and any computer printer with scanning or facsimile capabilities, or both. 1.5.3 Some examples of computing equipment follow: (a) CPU and personal desktop computer; (b) Monitor or display; (c) Keyboard and mouse; UNEP/CHW.11/6/Add.1/Rev.1 12 (d) Printer and scanner. 1.5.4 PACE aims to provide new and innovative approaches to emerging issues.
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Score: 1612009.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...EP/CHW.11/6/ADD.1/REV.1&Lang=E
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PARTNERSHIP FOR ACTION ON COMPUTING EQUIPMENT: REVISED GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND END-OF-LIFE COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
As referred to in document UNEP/CHW.11/6 on the Partnership for Action on Computing Equipment, the present addendum sets out in its annex the revised guidance document on the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment. 2. (...) This shows that personal computers should not be neglected at the end of their lives. (...) PACE is a multi-stakeholder public-private partnership under the umbrella of the Basel Convention that provides a forum for representatives of PC manufacturers, recyclers, international organizations, associations, academic institutions, environmental groups and Governments to tackle the environmentally sound refurbishment, repair, material recovery, recycling and disposal of used and end-of-life computing equipment. PACE is intended to increase the environmentally sound management of used and end-of-life computing equipment, taking into account, among other things, social responsibility, the concept of sustainable development and information-sharing on life-cycle thinking. 1.5.2 For the purpose of PACE, computing equipment is defined as: PCs and associated displays, printers and peripherals; personal desktop computers, including their central processing units (CPUs) and all other parts contained in them; personal notebooks and laptop computers, including docking stations, CPUs and all other parts contained in the computers; computer monitors, including cathode ray tube, liquid crystal display and plasma monitors; computer keyboards, mice and cables; computer printers, including dot matrix, inkjet, laser and thermal printers and any computer printer with scanning or facsimile capabilities, or both. 1.5.3 Some examples of computing equipment follow: a) CPU and personal desktop computer; b) Monitor or display; c) Keyboard and mouse; UNEP/CHW.11/6/Add.1 11 d) Printer and scanner. 1.5.4 PACE aims to provide new and innovative approaches to emerging issues.
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Score: 1611962 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=UNEP/CHW.11/6/ADD.1&Lang=E
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   • Tablet (or similar handheld computer): a tablet is a computer that  is  integrated  into a  flat touch screen, operated by  touching the  screen rather than (or as well as) using a physical keyboard.   (...) .   • Desktop:  a  computer  that usually  remains  fixed  in  one place;  normally the user is placed in front of it, behind the keyboard (...)    • Tablet  (or  similar handheld  computer): a  tablet  is  a  computer  that is integrated into a flat touch screen, operated by touching  the screen rather than (or as well as) using a physical keyboard
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Score: 1596622.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...th_Definitions_15Aug_Final.pdf
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A kit provides data to assess screen and keyboard features and to relate them to other factors in the working environment; e.g., work organization and program design. (...) The concept which initially focused on the screen and keyboard, has now been expanded to the testing and certification of the whole computer, as the TCO launched ambitious projects to promote environmental labeling of personal computers. (...) TCO'95, enveloped the complete personal computer; i.e., display, system unit, and keyboard; its ergonomic qualities, emissions (electrical, magnetic, noise and heat), energy efficiency and ecology (for both production process and product).
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Score: 1593618.75 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...dunio_specday/casestud12.shtml
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While web TV HSTP.IPTV-Gloss (2014-07) 6 does not allow as much functionality as a computer-based web browser, it is a low-cost alternative to a traditional computer connection to the Internet. (...) It consists of an Internet media player, a wireless keyboard, a wireless remote. 7.9 OTT OTT (over-the-top) is online content delivery service without the intervention of an Internet service provider in the control or distribution of the content. (...) Table I.1 – Comparison of IP-based TV-related multimedia services Service Provider Network Terminal type User interface Application store IPTV Telecommunication provider, network provider Managed IP network STB,TV set, mobile remote control (wireless remote/mobile app) No Smart TV Content holder, manufacturer Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) STB, TV set remote control, voice control, gesture control (wireless remote/mobile app) Yes Hybrid TV Broadcaster, telecommunication provider Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) STB, TV set, PC, mobile remote control (wireless remote) No Connected TV Content holder, manufacturer Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) TV set remote control, voice control, gesture control (wireless remote/mobile app) Yes Internet TV Broadcaster, content holder, manufacturer IP network (primarily unmanaged) Game console, STB, TV set, PC, mobile, tablet PC remote control (wireless remote/mobile app) No Catch-up TV Broadcaster IP network (primarily unmanaged) PC, tablet PC keyboard, mouse No Online TV Broadcaster, content holder IP network (primarily unmanaged) PC, tablet PC keyboard, mouse No web TV Content holder Internet (with web protocols) PC, STB remote control (wireless remote/ wireless keyboard) No OTT Content holder, broadcaster Internet STB, TV set, PC, laptop, tablet PC, mobile, game console remote control (wireless remote) No _____________________
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Score: 1586170.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-TUT-IPTV-2014-GLOSS-PDF-E.pdf
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While web TV does not allow as much functionality as a computer-based web browser, it is a low-cost alternative to a traditional computer connection to the Internet. (...) It consists of an Internet media player, a wireless keyboard, a wireless remote. 7.9 OTT OTT (over-the-top) is online content delivery service without the intervention of an Internet service provider in the control or distribution of the content. (...) Table I.1 – Comparison of IP-based TV-related multimedia services Service Provider Network Terminal type User interface Application store IPTV Telecommunication provider, network provider Managed IP network STB,TV set, mobile remote control (wireless remote/‌mobile app) No Smart TV Content holder, manufacturer Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) STB, TV set remote control, voice control, gesture control (wireless remote/‌mobile app) Yes Hybrid TV Broadcaster, telecommunication provider Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) STB, TV set, PC, mobile remote control (wireless remote) No Connected TV Content holder, manufacturer Broadcast and IP network (managed or unmanaged) TV set remote control, voice control, gesture control (wireless remote/‌mobile app) Yes Internet TV Broadcaster, content holder, manufacturer IP network (primarily unmanaged) Game console, STB, TV set, PC, mobile, tablet PC remote control (wireless remote/‌mobile app) No Catch-up TV Broadcaster IP network (primarily unmanaged) PC, tablet PC keyboard, mouse No Online TV Broadcaster, content holder IP network (primarily unmanaged) PC, tablet PC keyboard, mouse No web TV Content holder Internet (with web protocols) PC, STB remote control (wireless remote/ wireless keyboard) No OTT Content holder, broadcaster Internet STB, TV set, PC, laptop, tablet PC, mobile, game console remote control (wireless remote) No _____________________ FSTP-FNTP (2006-11) 4
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Score: 1586170.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...TUT-IPTV-2014-GLOSS-MSW-E.docx
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