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Where a State determines it is necessary to meet the purpose of the Code in Article 1, it shall also apply to computer information systems which provide displays of schedules, space availability and tariffs of air carriers, without the capability of making reservations. b)Where non-scheduled flights are included in principal displays they shall be identified as such, displayed under the same conditions as scheduled services and air transport users shall be informed of any special conditions applying. (...) Article 7 — Obligations of System Vendors Regarding Displays A system vendor shall: a)make available a principal display or displays of schedules, space availability and tariffs of air carriers which is fair, non-discriminatory, comprehensive, and neutral in terms of i)not being influenced, directly or indirectly, either by the identity of participating carriers or by airport identity; and ii)with the information ordered in a manner which is consistently applied to all participating carriers and to all city-pair markets; b)ensure that any principal display made available is as fully functional and at least as easy to use as any other display it offers; c)always provide a principal display except where there is a specific request from an air transport user which requires the use of another display; d)base the ordering of services in a principal display and the selection and construction of connecting services on objective criteria (such as departure/arrival times, total elapsed time between initial flight departure at origin and final flight arrival at destination, routing, number of stops, number of connexions, fares, etc.); e)provide to subscribers: i)a principal display of flight options ranked in the order of all non-stop flights by departure time, other direct flights not involving a change of aircraft and all connecting flights by elapsed journey time; or ii)a principal display of flight options ranked in any other order based on objective criteria; or iii) principal displays based on i) and ii); f)in the ordering of services in a principal display, take care that no carrier obtains an unfair advantage; g)in any principal display of schedule information: i)clearly identify non-scheduled flights, scheduled en-route changes of equipment, use of the designator code of one air carrier by another air carrier, the name of the operator of each flight, the number of scheduled en-route stops, and any surface sectors or changes of airport required; and ii)clearly indicate that the information displayed regarding direct services is not comprehensive, if information on participating carriers' direct services is incomplete for technical reasons or if any direct services operated by non-participating carriers are known to exist and are omitted; h)in the selection and construction of connecting services in a principal display, select as many alternative (single or multiple) connecting points on a non-discriminatory basis as is necessary to ensure a wide range of options; i)not intentionally or negligently display inaccurate or misleading information; j) in cases where States do not find it practicable to ensure that subscribers comply with Article 10, include appropriate provisions regarding compliance in its contract with each subscriber; and k)where participating carriers have joint venture or other contractual arrangements requiring two or more of them to assume separate responsibility for the offer and sale of air transport products on a flight or combination of flights, permit each carrier concerned - up to a maximum of three - to have a separate display using its individual designator code. (...) There are currently very few of these systems and unlike the CRSs with multicarrier principal displays which function globally, they are national or regional in scope.
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Score: 690528.17 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/96-74r_e.doc
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Flags top_field_first and repeat_first_field are used for indicating how a picture should be displayed. However, this requirement is not desirable when the display device can vary, e.g. interlaced TV vs. progressive monitors, and the encoder has no way of knowing what kind of display will be used at the decoder end. (...) The decoder will re-display the first field to replace the "un-encoded" field. (...) Film state A and C pictures are displayed for only two field times. A Film Mode sequence of four pictures will therefore be displayed as a total of 10 field times.
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Score: 690461.47 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2002_10_Geneva/JVT-E078.doc
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First indicator 0 specifies that a note will be displayed with system-generated terms and phrases (display constants) based on the second indicator value. First indicator 1 specifies that a system-generated note will not be displayed. This is the case when a note generated from the second indicator value (with display constants «Continued by:» , «Superseded by» , «Absorbed by:» , etc.) would not adequately describe the bibliographic relationship. (...) The second indicator generates a display constant for a note, when the first indicator value is 0 .
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Score: 689609.57 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u..._manual/bd/guidelines/g785.htm
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If the terminal’s video display has a gamma other than 1/0.45 (approximately 2.2), a gamma correction functional module may be inserted between the video decoder and the display to correct the video signal gamma to a value of 1/(display gamma) before display, as illustrated in Figure 1. NOTE 1: In some cases, for example to compensate for the ambient illumination level at the display location, a different display gamma may be desirable. In the case of display of locally captured video, the gamma of the camera output and display input should also be corrected as described above.
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Score: 689415.67 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...611_Geneva/TD_draftH.gamma.doc
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If the second indicator value is a blank ( _ ), no display phrase will be generated. See INDICATORS for a complete list and description of indicator values. (...) Examples: 245 10 $a Journal of conflict & security law 246 3_ $a Journal of conflict and security law [Variant title displays, but no specific type or source of variant title is indicated] 245 10 $a Journal of East Asian studies 246 34 $a JEAS [Displays as: Cover title: JEAS] 245 10 $a International affairs = $b Kokusai mondai 246 31 $a Kokusai mondai [Displays as: Parallel title: Kokusai mondai] 245 10 $a Journal of international relations and development 246 37 $a JIRD [Displays as: Running title: JIRD] 245 10 $a RIA federal tax handbook 246 38 $a Federal tax handbook [Displays as: Spine title: Federal tax handbook] 245 10 $a Second report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Côte d'Ivoire 246 3_ $a 2nd report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Côte d'Ivoire [Variant title displays, but no specific type or source of variant title is indicated] 245 14 $a The 8th national economic and social development plan 246 3_ $a Eighth national economic and social development plan [Variant title displays, but no specific type or source of variant title is indicated] 245 10 $a Affaire relative à la licéité de l'emploi de la force (Yougoslavie c. (...) Order of 2 June 1999 [Displays as: Parallel title: Case concerning legality of use of force (Yugoslavia v.
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Score: 689278.9 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u..._manual/bd/guidelines/g246.htm
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What kinds of exhibits are displayed at UN Headquarters in New York? How long are the exhibits on display? Where are the exhibits displayed? What does the exhibit space look like? Who can organize an exhibit? (...) Top How long are the exhibits on display?   Exhibits are on display for about 6 to 8 weeks.    
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Score: 688812.55 - https://www.un.org/hi/node/72168
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What kinds of exhibits are displayed at UN Headquarters in New York? How long are the exhibits on display? Where are the exhibits displayed? What does the exhibit space look like? Who can organize an exhibit? (...) Top How long are the exhibits on display?   Exhibits are on display for about 6 to 8 weeks.    
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Score: 688812.55 - https://www.un.org/pt/node/72168
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What kinds of exhibits are displayed at UN Headquarters in New York? How long are the exhibits on display? Where are the exhibits displayed? What does the exhibit space look like? Who can organize an exhibit? (...) Top How long are the exhibits on display?   Exhibits are on display for about 6 to 8 weeks.    
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Score: 688812.55 - https://www.un.org/en/node/72168
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Microsoft Word - ECARNTG5-RD3WP14.docx E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3 WP/14 11/10/14 Fifth Eastern Caribbean Network Technical Group (E/CAR/NTG/5) and Third Eastern Caribbean Radar Data Sharing Ad-hoc Group (E/CAR/RD/3) Meetings Guadeloupe, France, 22 to 24 October 2014 Agenda Item 4: Radar Data Display Request for Information (RFI) Process E/CAR RADAR DATA DISPLAY REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) PROCESS (Presented by the Secretariat) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This working paper presents the preparation and execution of the E/CAR Radar Data Display Request for Information (RFI) Process as planned by the E/CAR States and Territories for Phase II of the Radar Data Implementation Plan. (...) E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3 — WP/14 — 2 — 1.3 Under the Radar Data Sharing activities, the provision of radar data displays was agreed in the Radar Data Sharing Implementation Plan. (...) Discussion 2.1 ICAO in coordination with the RDS Group prepared the E/CAR Radar data Display RFI Process:  Completion of technical specifications  Development of instructions for RFI Process  Creation of RFI Process website under ICAO Website: http://www.icao.int/NACC/Pages/nacc-regionalgroups-ecarcatg.aspx 2.2 The E/CAR Radar data Display RFI Process was addressed to Equipment providers.
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Score: 687725.7 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../ECARNTG5/ECARNTG5-RD3WP14.pdf
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Focal Point Page: Approve Registration Registration Request Approved • A message confirming the registration approval is displayed. • The Status column displays the new status: . • The Last Changed By column displays the name of the Focal Point that approved the registration. • The Date column displays the date on which the registration was approved. • The Action column now displays . (...) Registration Request Rejected • A message confirming the registration rejection is displayed. • The Status column displays . • The Last Changed By column displays the name of the Focal Point (“SM Focal Point” in this example) that rejected the registration. • The Date column displays the date on which the registration was rejected. • The Action column displays . (...) Focal Point Page: Sign-Out Logout Messaging confirming successful log out is displayed on the screen RA-19/WRC-19 FOCAL POINT APPROVAL Focal Point Page: Login Focal Point Page: Manage Registrations Focal Point Page: Manage Registrations Focal Point Page: View Registration Focal Point Page: Approve Registration Focal Point Page: Approve Registration Focal Point Page: Filter by Text Focal Point Page: Reject Registration Focal Point Page: Sign-Out
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Score: 687725.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/c...A-WRC-Focal_Point_Approval.pdf
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