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Perhaps the most common use of conversion factors is for the conversion of the landed weight of a product to its live weight equivalent when it was removed from the water. Conversion factors depend primarily on the species and its morphology. (...) Such differences may affect the conversion factor. Conversion factors are often presented for a species caught or grown in a particular area and processed by a method.
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Score: 654553.1 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...ts/major-fishing-areas-general
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To achieve communication between clients and S2ST modules, a communication protocol, the Modality Conversion Protocol (MCP), and a data format, the Modality Conversion Markup Language (MCML), have been designed. (...) (b) ASR server: A conversion function to convert the speech signal to text, referred to as transcription, for the source language and a MC Interpreter are required. (...) Satoshi Nakamura NICT Japna Tel: +81-774-98-6310 Fax: +81-774-98-6823 Email: satoshi.nakamura@nict.go.jp S2STclient for language A speaker Wide area public communication Modality Conversion Interpreter ASR ASR server server MT MT server server TTS server TTS server Communication between users who speak different languages Conversion from speech signal to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language A to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language B Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from speech signal to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language B to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language A ASR ASR server server MT server MT server TTS server TTS server Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Wide area public communication Modality Conversion Interpreter ASR ASR server server MT MT server server TTS server TTS server Communication between users who speak different languages Conversion from speech signal to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language A to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language B Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from speech signal to text in language B Modality Conversion Interpreter Conversion from text in language B to text in language A Modality Conversion Interpreter Convert text to speech signal in language A ASR ASR server server MT server MT server TTS server TTS server Modality Conversion Interpreter S2STclient for language A speaker Conversion between speech and speech signal Modality Conversion Interpreter MT MT from language A from language A to language B to language B ASR ASR of language A of language A S2ST Client for language A speaker Wide area public communication TTS TTS of Language B of Language B Communication between users who speak different languages S2ST Client for language B speaker MT MT from language B from language B to language A to language A ASR ASR of language B of language B TTS TTS of Language A of Language A MT MT from language A from language A to language B to language B ASR ASR of language A of language A S2ST Client for language A speaker Wide area public communication TTS TTS of Language B of Language B Communication between users who speak different languages S2ST Client for language B speaker MT MT from language B from language B to language A to language A ASR ASR of language B of language B TTS TTS of Language A of Language A
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Score: 652821.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...009-2012/1003_Sha/AVD-3885.doc
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International Telecommunication Union 25Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 1st conversation test Quality & conversation effort Ratings little dependent on diotic vs.dichotic presentation. (...) New method for assessing conversational quality. Conversations: Advantage of spatial audio measurable, but subtle. (...) International Telecommunication Union Thank you! Questions? Conversational speech quality of spatialized audio conferences Spatialized audio conference Spatialized audio conference Spatialized audio conference Quality assessment Overview Intelligibility Usability & performance Quality Overview Listening testGeneral goal Listening testBinaural reproduction Listening testTest set-up Listening testResults for task performance Listening testResults for pleasantness Overview Conversation tests Requirements based on SCTs(Short Conversation Test scenarios) "3CT scenarios (3CTs)" Target conversation flow 3CTs development 3CTs 3CTs – example Conversation testsScenario evaluation Conversation testsConditions 1st conversation testCall duration 1st conversation testQuality & conversation effort 2nd conversation testSet-up 2nd conversation testFirst results Conclusions & Outlook Thank you!
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Score: 648865.87 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/17/T061700000D0051PDFE.pdf
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S5-2 Johnny Nahui Ortiz Experiences in Perú with conversion of vehicles Experiences in Perú with conversion of vehicles United Nations Forum on Energy Efficiency and Energy Security for Sustainable Development: Taking Collaborative Action on Mitigating Climate Change 17-18 December 2007 Seoul, Republic of Korea Experiences in Perú with conversion of vehicles Experiences in Perú with conversion of vehicles from gasoline to natural gasfrom gasoline to natural gas Speaker: Johnny Nahui Ortiz, Ph.D. (...) A program (COFIGAS) for facilitating conversions of vehicles from gasoline to natural gas has been designed by a local financial bank (COFIDE). (...) COFIGAS (Financed Conversion Program to Natural Gas) has been structured by COFIDE to finance the conversion has been structured by COFIDE to finance the conversion process to natural gas for light vehicles units (taxis, private cars), public transportation units (buses) and heavy transportation units, assuring more efficiency and higher revenues available for end users as a result of generated savings, which may reach up to 60% of current consumption.
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Score: 648441.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...7/presentations/S52_nortiz.pdf
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Draft new Annex L/H.324 Text conversation L.1 Introduction Standardized, character-oriented text conversation facilities are needed in all networks. (...) Anyone may find a commonly available, standardized text conversation addition to multimedia conversation services valuable, enhancing videotelephony to "Total Conversation". (...) L.5 Procedures for T.140 text conversation L.5.1 Capability signalling A terminal which is capable of text conversation according to Rec.
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Score: 647665.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...5-2008/0703_Shenzhen/q1g06.doc
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ITU-T SG 16 Work on Accessibility - Total Conversation   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     ITU-T SG 16 Work on Accessibility Total Conversation What is Total Conversation? A Total Conversation service is an audiovisual conversation service providing bidirectional symmetric real-time transfer of motion video, text and voice between users in two or more locations. (...) The concept is aimed at providing for rich media real time conversation for all people and for varying situations.
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Score: 646540.67 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...ccessibility/conversation.html
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Score: 646306.45 - https://www.un.org/en/articles...rty-local-category/59098/10934
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DEFINITIONS Standalone conversion design – pathway utilizes a facility to produce fuel from an intermediate product (e.g., ethanol/isobuthanol) that is not co-located with the facility that produces the intermediate product from the fuel feedstock. Integrated conversion design - pathway utilizes a co-located facility where heat is integrated between the systems to produce the fuel and intermediate products (e.g., ethanol/isobuthanol) from the fuel feedstock to minimize energy requirements. 3. (...) CORSIA Default Life Cycle Emissions Values for CORSIA Eligible Fuels produced with the Alcohol (ethanol) to jet (ETJ) Fuel Conversion Process Region Fuel Feedstock Pathway Specifications Core LCA Value ILUC LCA Value LSf (gCO2e/MJ) Brazil Sugarcane Integrated conversion design 24.1 8.7 32.8 USA Corn grain Standalone or integrated conversion design 65.7 25.1 90.8 Global Agricultural residues Standalone conversion design Residue removal does not necessitate additional nutrient replacement on the primary crop. 39.7 0 39.7 Global Agricultural residues Integrated conversion design Residue removal does not necessitate additional nutrient replacement on the primary crop. 24.6 0 24.6 Global Forestry residues Standalone conversion design 40.0 0 40.0 Global Forestry residues Integrated conversion design 24.9 0 24.9 USA Miscanthus (herbaceous energy crops) Standalone conversion design 43.3 -42.6 0.7 USA Miscanthus (herbaceous energy crops) Integrated conversion design 28.3 -42.6 -14.3 EU Miscanthus (herbaceous energy crops) Standalone conversion design 43.3 -23.3 20.0 EU Miscanthus (herbaceous energy crops) Integrated conversion design 28.3 -23.3 5.0 USA Switchgrass (herbaceous energy crops) Standalone conversion design 43.9 -10.7 33.2 USA Switchgrass (herbaceous energy crops) Integrated conversion design 28.9 -10.7 18.2 Global Waste gases Ethanol produced via microbiologic conversion route Standalone conversion design 42.4 0 42.4 Global Waste gases Ethanol produced via microbiologic conversion route Integrated conversion design 29.4 0 29.4 ICAO document - CORSIA Default Life Cycle Emissions Values For CORSIA Eligible Fuels - 6 - Table 5.
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Score: 645767.4 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ions%20-%20November%202021.pdf
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Conversion is observed during the COVID-19 with different terms in studies. (...) Schematic of proposed typology of conversion strategies. Proposed Typology of Conversion Strategies 8 Production Location Conversion Production location conversion means manufacturing products that were originally produced in another location. (...) Distribution Channel Conversion Another conversion form is identified as distribution channel conversion.
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Score: 644037.7 - https://www.undrr.org/media/80460/download
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There is therefore an immediate need for a real-time, or near real-time, conversational speech quality assessment method. Such a method could combine ‘conversational’ impairments, such as level, echo and delay, together with ‘listening quality’ measures to provide an assessment of the overall (conversational) quality perceived by the user at either end of the connection. (...) P.862, P.563, together with information on ‘conversational’ network measures (such as those in P.561) to assess the overall conversational quality perceived by the users. (...) How can listening quality and conversational parameters be combined to assess overall perception of conversational quality?
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Score: 643724.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005-2008/com12/sg12-q20.html
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