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States are requested to provide updates of the differences previously notified after each amendment, as appropriate, until the difference no longer exists. 2. Notification of differences to language provisions in Annexes 1, 6, 10 and 11 2.1 Past experience has indicated that the reporting of differences to Annex 6, Part I has in some instances been too extensive since some appear merely to be a different manner of expressing the same intent. 2.21 Guidance to Contracting States in the reporting of differences to language provisions in Annexes 1, 6, 10 and 11Annex 6, Part I can only be given in very general terms. (...) Form of notification of differences 3.1 Differences should be notified in the following form: a) Reference: The number of the paragraph or subparagraph in Annex 6, Part IAnnexes 1, 6, 10 and 11 as amended which contains the Standard or Recommended Practice to which the difference relates; ∗ The expression “different in character or other means of compliance” in b) would be applied to a national regulation which achieves, by other means, the same objective as that of the corresponding ICAO SARPs and so cannot be classified under a) or c). b) Category: Indicate the category of the difference as A, B or C in accordance with paragraph 2.2 above. c) Description of the difference: Clearly and concisely describe the difference and its effect; d) Remarks: Under “Remarks” indicate reasons for the difference and intentions including any planned date for implementation. 3.2 The differences notified will be recorded in a Supplement to the Annex, normally in the terms used by the Contracting State when making the notification.
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Score: 414356.84 - https://www.icao.int/safety/lp...s/NoteOnDifference/note.En.pdf
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It is required, to but not limited to, process items as follows: – Number of users It is required to calculate the number of users registered to the mobile network and the number of users using a service in real time for multiple dimensions, such as numbers in different cells and in different base stations, numbers in different network types, numbers in different administrative regions and numbers in different network types. – Traffic It is required to calculate the total traffic, uplink traffic and downlink traffic in a mobile network in real-time for multiple dimensions, such as traffic in different cells, traffic in different base stations, traffic in different administrative regions, traffic in different network types, traffic of different applications and traffic of different users. – Internet speed It is required to calculate Internet speed in a mobile network in real-time for different dimensions, such as Internet speed of different cells, speed of different base stations, Internet speed of different administrative regions, Internet speed of different network types, speed of different applications and speed of different users. 7.5.2 Off-line batch processing items Off-line batch processing items are required to analyse for multiple dimensions at regular intervals, such as daily, weekly, monthly and annually. It is required to, but not limited to, process items as follows: – Average number of users It is required to analyse the average number of users in a mobile network offline at different intervals. i) Average number of users registered to the mobile network It is required to calculate the average number of mobile network registered users at different intervals in different dimensions, such as the average number of network registered users in different cells, the average number of network registered users in different base stations, the average number of network registered users in different administrative regions, the average number of network registered users of different network types and the average number of network registered users of different applications. ii) Average number of services being used 320 Network and infrastructure     323     324     325     326     327     328     329     330     331     332     333          
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Score: 413862.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page328.html
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BasketballPass Not much difference BlowingBubbles Not much difference BQMall Not much difference BQSquare Not much difference BQTerrace Not much difference Cactus Not much difference Kimono1 Not much difference ParkScene CU64 slightly softer & cleaner (less blocky) on the road. (...) BasketballPass Not much difference. BlowingBubbles Not much difference. BQMall Not much difference. (...) Kimono1 Not much difference. ParkScene Not much difference. PartyScene Not much difference.
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Score: 411516.85 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a..._10_C_Guangzhou/JCTVC-C029.doc
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Slide 1 Amendment To The Note On The Notification Of Differences 15 November 2016 1 Outline  Review salient points of new Note on the Notification of Differences  Manual on Notification and Publication of Differences (Doc 10055)  Upcoming features 15 November 2016 2 Overview of new Note on the Notification of Differences 15 November 2016 3 State’s requirement As per Article 38 of the Chicago Convention, States must notify ICAO if they :  Do not comply with a Standard in all respects.  Do not bring its regulations or practices into full accord with any Standard.  Adopt regulations or practices differing in any particular respect from the Standard. 15 November 2016 4 Compliant? (...) Different in character or other means of compliance C. (...) Exportable to common software, such as PDF to print or save as electronic copy 15 November 2016 14 Manual on Notification and Publication of Differences 15 November 2016 15 Doc 10055 Draft version to be released with the amended Note Final version scheduled for November 2016 15 November 2016 16 Doc 10055 Contains:  Further guidance on identification and notification of differences  Examples of well-defined differences  Examples of model processes and procedures for managing notification of differences 15 November 2016 17 Upcoming Features 15 November 2016 18 Publication of differences Facility to view scanned copies of notification of differences sent to ICAO via the paper form Drawbacks:  Not searchable  Unlike the eSupplements, there is no consolidated report feature (i.e. by Annex, SARP, etc.)
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Score: 411022.6 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...eetings/2016/NCMC/NCMC-P06.pdf
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In all other impact evaluation methods, we need to assume that the two groups do not differ systematically at the outset or that any differences between them have been statistically accounted for. (...) Pre-Post B.  Simple Difference C.  Difference-in-Differences D.  Regression E.  (...) E. 3% 7% 3% 45% 41% Method Impact  Es:mate (1)  Pre-­‐post 0.60* (2)  Simple  Difference -­‐0.68* (3)  Difference-­‐in-­‐Difference 0.24* (4)  Regression 0.04 *: Statistically significant at the 5% level Example - Pratham’s “Learn to Read” Program Method Impact (1) Pre-Post 0.60* (2) Simple Difference -0.68* (3) Difference-in-Differences 0.24* (4) Regression 0.04 (5) Randomized Experiment *: Statistically significant at the 5% level Example - Pratham’s “Learn to Read” Program Method Impact (1) Pre-Post 0.60* (2) Simple Difference -0.68* (3) Difference-in-Differences 0.24* (4) Regression 0.04 (5) Randomized Experiment 0.88* *: Statistically significant at the 5% level •  There are many ways to estimate a program’s impact •  This course argues in favor of one: randomized experiments – Conceptual argument: If properly designed and conducted, randomized experiments provide the most credible method to estimate the impact of a program – Empirical argument: Different methods can generate different impact estimates Summing Up - Why Randomize?
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Score: 409464.72 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_326490.pdf
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In all other impact evaluation methods, we need to assume that the two groups do not differ systematically at the outset or that any differences between them have been statistically accounted for. (...) Pre-Post B.  Simple Difference C.  Difference-in-Differences D.  Regression E.  (...) E. 3% 7% 3% 45% 41% Method Impact  Es:mate (1)  Pre-­‐post 0.60* (2)  Simple  Difference -­‐0.68* (3)  Difference-­‐in-­‐Difference 0.24* (4)  Regression 0.04 *: Statistically significant at the 5% level Example - Pratham’s “Learn to Read” Program Method Impact (1) Pre-Post 0.60* (2) Simple Difference -0.68* (3) Difference-in-Differences 0.24* (4) Regression 0.04 (5) Randomized Experiment *: Statistically significant at the 5% level Example - Pratham’s “Learn to Read” Program Method Impact (1) Pre-Post 0.60* (2) Simple Difference -0.68* (3) Difference-in-Differences 0.24* (4) Regression 0.04 (5) Randomized Experiment 0.88* *: Statistically significant at the 5% level •  There are many ways to estimate a program’s impact •  This course argues in favor of one: randomized experiments – Conceptual argument: If properly designed and conducted, randomized experiments provide the most credible method to estimate the impact of a program – Empirical argument: Different methods can generate different impact estimates Summing Up - Why Randomize?
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Score: 409464.72 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/presentation/wcms_326490.pdf
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The following differences will exist on between the regulations and/or practices of (State) and the provisions of Annex 15, including Amendment 38 (Please see Note 3) below.) a) Annex b) Difference Provision Category (Please give (Please indicate exact A, B, or C) paragraph reference) (Please use extra sheets as required) c) Details of Difference d) Remarks (Please describe the (Please indicate difference clearly and reasons for the concisely) difference) C-2 3. (...) States are requested to provide updates of the differences previously notified after each amendment, as appropriate, until the difference no longer exists. 2. (...) States are requested to provide updates of the differences previously notified after each amendment, as appropriate, until the difference no longer exists. 2.
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Score: 409320.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ings/2014/AFI-AIM-TF3/DP-9.pdf
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 Page 329 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 329 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications P. 329 Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications 5 It is required to calculate the average number of users using services at different time intervals and in the same various dimensions as for the number of users registered to the mobile network. iii) Average number of resident users It is required to calculate the average number of resident users at different intervals in different dimensions as the same as the mobile network registered users' number. – Average of traffic It is required to calculate the average of traffic, the average of download traffic, the average of upload traffic at different intervals in different dimensions, such as the average traffic in different cells, the average traffic in different base stations, the average traffic in different administrative regions, the average traffic of different network types, the average traffic of different applications and the average traffic of different users. – Average of Internet speed It is required to calculate the average of Internet speed in a mobile network offline at different intervals in different dimensions as the same as the average traffic. 7.5.3 QoS monitoring in mobile network Besides calculating the traffic and speed of a mobile network, it is required to monitor the QoS according to the processed items listed in clause 7.5.2. (...) It is required to define exclusive QoS indexes and modules for every service and classification. NOTE – For different services, the evaluating indexes of QoS are not the same. (...) It is required to detect missing information automatically. 8.1.1.1 Requirement of information illustration It is required to present the information in different types, including but not limited to charts, report forms and geographic information system (GIS) maps.
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Score: 408679.17 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page329.html
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(2) Local regulation: • High transmission costs – To rent = excessive prices – To self provide – lower cost but differences in scale economies • Different levels and structure of mobile industry taxes & fees (e.g. license; spectrum) imply different “cost oriented” retail prices – (i) one-off; (ii) output related, and (iii) recurring Why would termination prices be different in different countries? (3) Differences in input costs (labour costs and labour productivity; the cost of money) • Build & OAM costs: – MNOs in emerging economies face special problems associated with providing power and power backup for BTSes. (...) Hurricanes – High network build and operating costs: • Supplier Network engineers and designers are flown in on expensive Expat contracts in order to build a mobile network • A similar situation is typical in regard to on-going operations Why would termination prices be different in different countries? (4) Network differences: • Differences in network architecture • Differences in network topology • Differences in calling patterns and call statistics – e.g. mean call duration; SMS usage Why would termination prices be different in different countries?
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Score: 408629.76 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...e_termination_Jan_Tjernell.pdf
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You are invited to consider using this for notification of compliance and differences. 8. Guidance on the determination and reporting of differences is given in the Note on the Notification of Differences in Attachment E. (...) In order to file a difference against an appendix, table or figure, States should file a difference against the SARP that makes reference to the appendix, table or figure. 2.4 Differences from definitions. (...) Therefore, a difference from the definition of the term may result in there being a difference from any SARP in which the term is used.
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Score: 408283.42 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...17-18%20August%202022/075e.pdf
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