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The format can be used to create images for both glasses-based displays and multiview auto-stereoscopic displays in a large variety of products, ranging from large, very high quality television sets to tiny mobile devices. Important issues are: · Allow for low overhead of the depth information compared to the 2D video stream (2-10% range) · Simple solution (quick, cheap) · Display independency · Backward compatibility with 2D video services · Re-use of existing standards as much as possible · Enable for adjustable depth-effect at display · Enable for adjustable depth location at display Picture depth · Depth range This specification defines depth relative to the 2D picture size by means of two parameters, kfar and knear. (...) In such environment it is expected that for comfortable viewing, objects will not be displayed more than 50 cm in front of the display.
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Score: 747924 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...eo-site/0510_Nic/VCEG-AA12.doc
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Terrain and obstacle mapping information may be provided on a Weather Radar display, Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) display, or other compatible display screens. The display of HTAWS information on a Multi-Function Display (MFD) that also serves other purposes should be displayed in a heading up or track up orientation, not in a North up orientation to avoid confusion. (...) The enhanced awareness shall incorporate a look-ahead function that provides cautions, warnings, and terrain and obstacle display. The enhanced awareness shall incorporate a look-ahead function that provides cautions, warnings, and terrain and obstacle display. 4.1.
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Score: 747433.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/p...S%20Specifications_UN_Rev3.pdf
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[Tile Number, Contributing Source] Where: Number X Tiles: Is the number of windows displayed horizontally Value: 1 - 65535 Number Y Tiles Is the number of windows displayed vertically Value: 1 - 65535 Tile Number: Is the number of the window displaying a video stream from the contributing source. (...) The array tilewin/tiledet specifies the number windows on a display. The size of the display windows shall be x and y equal parts. (...) If there is no window number/contributing source pair for a tile window then that window shall be empty or display an indication of an empty window. Figure 9 shows an example of a 3 by 2 tiled window display with 2 contributing video sources output.
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Score: 747124.85 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...n/DC-xxx_MRF_tiled_windows.doc
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By default, each page displays 25 subscribers. You can browse through the pages by using the browsing arrows or display more subscribers on each page. (...) In the input field that displays, enter the email addresses and names of the people you want to subscribe to the list and click on ' Add subscribers '. (...) If the subscriber is bouncing , another form displays under the 'Subscriber information' form: The information displayed involves: the type of error (in English); the number or errors; the period during which errors occurred.
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Score: 746912.84 - https://www.itu.int/ml/lists/help/admin-members.html
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. > 12K) video by combining multiple camera found in [1]. images in real-time for such events as super high Figure 2 shows the displayed image on the display definition live streaming. device (right), and the real object (left). (...) of the display. In addition to the mandatory Kirari! has been demonstrated in many events to requirements of an arena-style ILE, Kirari! (...) The “KABUKI LION” event demonstrated the world’s first pseudo-3D presentation through Fig. 2 – Real-time live display by Kirari! for Arena remote international transport using Kirari!
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Score: 746912.84 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page57.html
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The first step is to copy the avail- able numbers onto a reproduction of the worksheet in display 1, as shown in display 5. The next step is to cal- culate the missing data, children ever born, as the sum of columns 2, 4 and 5 of the worksheet in display 5. (...) Turning now to the data on the total number of women by age group, recall that they should be obtained from display 4. Display 7 illustrates the compilation of those data using the worksheet shown in display 2. (...) It is of interest, how- ever, to explore here the consistency of the data on total 16 number of women as derived from information contained in the original tabulations (see displays 3 and 4). Display 8 illustrates how the worksheet in display 2 may be used to compile data on the total number of women by adding the number of ever-married women copied from display 3 to the number of never-married (single) women copied from display 4.
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Score: 746389.16 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...s/estimate/childmort/chap2.pdf
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The analysis, which began with product displays, discovered alternatives to overflowing displays, as well as whole stockkeeping units that weren’t necessary. It also found that overfilled displays led to spoilage on the shelf, customers were displeased with the spoiled product, and it required more staff handling to sort out the damaged items. Résultats et impacts Customers did not notice reduced choice and less-full displays and, in fact, their satisfaction rose, as produce was on average three days fresher than before.
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Score: 746277.54 - https://www.fao.org/nr/sustain...s/projects-detail/fr/c/207373/
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Enter the numeric value for the month that you are requesting danger pay. 8. Click on Display Form. DANGER PAY JOB AID DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIONAL SUPPORT 8 DANGER PAY JOB AID The ESS Danger Pay form will perform the following eligibility validation upon clicking Display Form: 1. (...) The Step Completed message will be displayed, confirming that the form has been certified and submitted. (...) The Step Completed screen will be displayed confirming that the form has been successfully certified and submitted.
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Score: 744779.3 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo..._pay_job_aid_sm_31.08.2021.pdf
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The analysis, which began with product displays, discovered alternatives to overflowing displays, as well as whole stockkeeping units that weren’t necessary. It also found that overfilled displays led to spoilage on the shelf, customers were displeased with the spoiled product, and it required more staff handling to sort out the damaged items. Resultados y repercusiones Customers did not notice reduced choice and less-full displays and, in fact, their satisfaction rose, as produce was on average three days fresher than before.
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Score: 744727.05 - https://www.fao.org/nr/sustain...s/projects-detail/es/c/207373/
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= Confusion, mistrust Free-riders win Costs 2 • Lack of consistency: a principle barrier for displaying environmental performance (72.5% stakeholders in agreement) • Market potential is high: 80% of EU consumers buy green products at least sometimes – 26% buy them regularly • 89% of EU citizens believes that buying green products makes a difference for the environment • Only half of consumers find it easy to differentiate green products from other products • Only half of EU citizens trust producers' claims about the environmental performance of their products • Most important considerations when buying: quality (97%), price (87%), environment (84%) • 69% of citizens support obliging companies to publish reports on their environmental performance Some figures… 3 These figures are taken from the 2013 Eurobarometer on "Attitudes of Europeans towards Building the Single Market for Green Products" & the stakeholder consultation held in preparation of the Single Market for Green Products initiative • Level playing field for competing based on environmental performance, based on a common tool for measuring performance • Provide a reliable, reproducible, comparable tool for providing environmental information • Building the Single Market for Green Products [COM(2013) 196] • Recommendation on the use of common methods for measuring and communicating the life cycle environmental performance of products and organisations (2013/179/EU): Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) and Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF) methods 4 Objectives • Based on existing knowledge, but reducing room for interpretation • Multi-criteria (14 impact categories) • Life Cycle Assessment based • Taking a product-specific approach: • Identifying life cycle stages which are relevant for environmental performance • Identifying environmental impacts that are most relevant for the product • Common rules and data quality requirements • Reproducible results • Setting up benchmarks (average performance) • Enabling consumer comparisons 5 Features The pilots 6 3-year pilot (2013 – 2016) 1. (...) SMEs PAs Commenting EF WIKI https://webgate. ec.europa.eu/fpfi s/wikis/display/E UENVFP/ Contacts https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/pef_pilots.htm • Guidance for the implementation of the EU Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) during the Environmental Footprint (EF) pilot phase http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/pdf/Guidance_products.pdf • governance • representativeness rules (involvement of major competitors and 51% of the EU market represented, multi-stakeholder process) • process of developing a PEFCR (how to define the scope, the representative product, how to carry out the screening & supporting studies, development of benchmark, review & verification, consultation processes & approval) • Draft PEFCRs, rules of procedure and proceedings of the Steering Committee https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ 12 Key documents http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/pdf/Guidance_products.pdf https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ 13 • Boost to intra EU trade • Better market access to third country producers – single reference for importers to EU • New market opportunities for genuinely green products and organisations • International dialogue for coordinated approach to a solid definition of green product and organisation – next meeting in autumn 2013 • Trade facilitation/tech assistance for developing countries via UNEP It is a voluntary, transparent and non-discriminatory process aiming at removing unnecessary technical barriers to trade Trade aspects For any further information http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ env-environmental-footprint@ec.europa.eu 14 http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/ http://ec.europa.eu/environment/eussd/smgp/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EUENVFP/ Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14
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Score: 744048.4 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...mola_bedo_comision_europea.pdf
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