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It shows ( , ) can be approximated by (34) and (33) of Propo‑ that the jammer’s strategy for a small total transmitter sition 5. power budget tends to a uniform strategy (Proposi‑ tion 6), while for a large total transmitter power budget The proof can be found in Appendix 9.11. the jammer’s strategy tends to water illing‑form strate‑ gies given by (33). (...) That is why, jamming efforts for small total else let = power jamming budget is focused on receiver 1 (Propo‑ end if until − > sition 8), while jamming efforts for large total jamming return strategies (Ω( ), ) and (Ω( ), ) power budget tends to uniform distribution over all the End Procedure Procedure Ω( ) receivers (Proposition 7). Fig. 3(a) illustrates that an in‑ crease in the TCC leads to a decrease in the PCC, while let = Ω ∞ let = Ω 0 repeat Fig. 3(b) and Fig. 3(c) illustrate that the jammer’s strat‑ let = ( , ) egy focuses jamming efforts on receiver 1 due to a wa‑ let = ( , ) let = ( + )/2 ter illing form of Equation (33) and (45) for a small TCC. let = ( , ) For a large TCC, jammer’s strategy tends to a uniform one if ( − )( − ) < 0 then (Proposition 9).
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Score: 719527.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page122.html
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It shows ( , ) can be approximated by (34) and (33) of Propo‑ that the jammer’s strategy for a small total transmitter sition 5. power budget tends to a uniform strategy (Proposi‑ tion 6), while for a large total transmitter power budget The proof can be found in Appendix 9.11. the jammer’s strategy tends to water illing‑form strate‑ gies given by (33). (...) That is why, jamming efforts for small total else let = power jamming budget is focused on receiver 1 (Propo‑ end if until − > sition 8), while jamming efforts for large total jamming return strategies (Ω( ), ) and (Ω( ), ) power budget tends to uniform distribution over all the End Procedure Procedure Ω( ) receivers (Proposition 7). Fig. 3(a) illustrates that an in‑ crease in the TCC leads to a decrease in the PCC, while let = Ω ∞ let = Ω 0 repeat Fig. 3(b) and Fig. 3(c) illustrate that the jammer’s strat‑ let = ( , ) egy focuses jamming efforts on receiver 1 due to a wa‑ let = ( , ) let = ( + )/2 ter illing form of Equation (33) and (45) for a small TCC. let = ( , ) For a large TCC, jammer’s strategy tends to a uniform one if ( − )( − ) < 0 then (Proposition 9).
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In general members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) tended to have the highest levels of female telecommunication staff while Gulf States tended to have the lowest. Though no detailed research has been done to analyze why, some initial ideas spring to mind. The CIS nations tend to have high levels of female literacy and education. At the same time, they have fairly old telephone networks which may require more operator intervention. Telephone operators tend to be women. In the case of the Gulf States, traditional cultures has usually resulted in few woman working.
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Score: 715675.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/WICT02/doc/pdf/Doc07_E.pdf
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. = − . (78) 2 ( / + ℎ /( )) + 9.10 Proof of Proposition 8 By (77) and (78), we have that First prove that cannot tend to in inity while tends to ℎ ≈ − . (79) zero. (...) Substituting this into (79) and taking cannot tend to in inity while ↓ 0. Then, since ↓ 0 into account that ∈ imply (33) and (35).
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. = − . (78) 2 ( / + ℎ /( )) + 9.10 Proof of Proposition 8 By (77) and (78), we have that First prove that cannot tend to in inity while tends to ℎ ≈ − . (79) zero. (...) Substituting this into (79) and taking cannot tend to in inity while ↓ 0. Then, since ↓ 0 into account that ∈ imply (33) and (35).
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“Su questo sito dovremmo riuscire a posizionare almeno 500 piazzole per le tende.” Ogni tenda diventerà una casa per sei persone, la dimensione media di una famiglia nella regione. (...) Nixon, nel frattempo, esalta i vantaggi delle tende rispetto agli alloggi prefabbricati. “Le tende sono veloci ed efficaci. Con gli alloggi prefabbricati, si creano problemi di costo e di fornitura. Noi possiamo fornire tende per 10 famiglie a circa lo stesso prezzo di un container” spiega.
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Score: 713129.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/it/notiz...rie/storie/costruire-un-campo/
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In fact, a study done several years ago by Peter Poschen from the ILO estimated that forestry generates roughly 17 million formal sector jobs globally and the equivalent of another 30 million informal sector jobs; and while formal sector employment has tended to stagnate, informal forestry activities continue to grow. (...) Third, these activities tend to get neglected for the very same reasons they are important for this discussion. (...) Right now those organizations tend to be much stronger in Latin America, South Asia, and the Philippines, but hopefully they will soon emerge in other regions as well, as countries become more democratic.
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Score: 711152.34 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...y/Statements/Kaimowitz_RT3.pdf
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Network externalities =⇒ + More efficient to have one platform; & market outcomes will tend to be one platform. Those are the “goods” aspect of competition between platforms but + Better price and/or better quality does not guarantee that a platform will attract consumers. =⇒ Inefficient coordination is possible. =⇒ Incumbency advantage. + These effects are reinforced by competitive advantage due to access to data. . . . (...) Network externalities =⇒ + More efficient to have one platform; & market outcomes will tend to be one platform. Those are the “goods” aspect of competition between platforms but + Better price and/or better quality does not guarantee that a platform will attract consumers. =⇒ Inefficient coordination is possible. =⇒ Incumbency advantage. + These effects are reinforced by competitive advantage due to access to data. (...) As in the one sided case + It is generally more efficient to have one platform. + The market will tend to monopolization. + Collectively migrating to a new better platform requires consumers to solve a difficult coordination problem.
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Score: 711152.34 - https://www.wto.org/english/res_e/reser_e/Cremer_dec20_e.pdf
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Despite similar levels of education, migrant workers in HICs tend to earn less than their national counterparts within the same occupational category. (...) Among LMICs, migrant workers tend to earn about 17.3 per cent more than nationals on average, with notable exceptions. (...) More migrant workers, in particular migrant women, tend to work under temporary contracts and part-time.
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Score: 711152.34 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/briefingnote/wcms_763796.pdf
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Despite similar levels of education, migrant workers in HICs tend to earn less than their national counterparts within the same occupational category. (...) Among LMICs, migrant workers tend to earn about 17.3 per cent more than nationals on average, with notable exceptions. (...) More migrant workers, in particular migrant women, tend to work under temporary contracts and part-time.
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