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WTO | Services: Distribution services WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics services sector-by-sector distribution services SERVICES: SECTOR BY SECTOR Distribution services In all countries, distribution represents a large share of domestic economic activity and employment. (...) Only three members have listed MFN exemptions for distribution services. Schedules of WTO Members with Specific Commitments on Distribution Services back to top Treatment of the sector in negotiations Like other sectors, distribution services were included in the services negotiations that began in 2000. (...) Background paper on distribution services (Document code S/C/W/316 and S/C/W/37)   > search    > help Negotiating proposals and other services documents on distribution services (Document code S/CSS, S/CSC/*, TN/S and Title “Distribution Services”)    > search You can perform more sophisticated searches from the Documents Online search facility by defining multiple search criteria such as document symbol (i.e. code number), full text search or document date.  
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Score: 478778.03 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...tribution_e/distribution_e.htm
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Question 5/9 - Requirements and possibilities for interactivity in the secondary distribution of television Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Study Period 2001-2004 Question 5/9 - Requirements and possibilities for interactivity in the secondary distribution of television 1 Type of Question Task-oriented Question that should eventually result in Recommendations. 2 Motivation A return path is sometimes needed from the user's premises to the programme provider, in order to implement interactive services in the secondary distribution of television. The degree of interactivity needed may be different depending on the kind of service provided; such need may concern the main service for which the secondary distribution network is intended, namely the distribution of television to the home; it may also concern some additional services that may be provided through the same network, separately from the main service provided. (...) The aim is to achieve if possible a degree of uniformity in the design of television secondary distribution networks, and to provide guidelines on the technical solutions to be preferred in order to meet the interactivity requirements peculiar to different services. 3 Items for study Identification and listing of the main and of the additional services that could be provided through a television secondary distribution network, e.g.: digital cable television networks; cabled sections of Master Antenna Television (MATV) systems; cabled sections of Satellite Master Antenna Television (SMATV) systems; cabled sections of Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Systems (MMDS); cabled sections of Local Multichannel Distribution Systems (LMDS).
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Score: 478778.03 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com09/sg9-q5.html
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We assume that the age distribution of deaths, do(a) is constant and given, while the mortality function and the age distribution of the population are constant but are not given. (...) SPONDING STATIONARY POPULATION DISTRIBUTION OF DEATHS BY AGE GROUPS IS IDENTICAL wrm THE DISTRIBUTION d,. (...) Graphic illustration of variations, as a function of r, in the age distribution of women of Malthusian populations of the sub-set Go(r), linked to the age distribution of female deaths da in tables VI.I, VI.2 and VI.3 (the distribution is the same in all three tables) 74 "TABLE VI.6.
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Score: 478643.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...del/stablepopulation/chap6.pdf
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Guidelines for the distribution of documents 29 August 2014 Guidelines for the distribution of publications, documents and any other printed or electronic materials on the premises of the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (BUSAN, 2014) General To reduce ITU‘s carbon footprint, the Conference will be conducted in a paperless manner as far as possible. (...) The Secretariat will not be held responsible for delays incurred in distribution due to non-compliance with these guidelines.] (...) HOW to submit & TO WHOM WHERE & HOW will it be published/distributed? [footnoteRef:4] [4: Distribution of PP-14 Related Documents will be authorized by the PP-14 Documents Service, the only service eligible to do so.]
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Score: 478247.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/plenipo...-guidelines-documentation.docx
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In-conference documents publication and distribution عربي  |  中文  |  Français  |  Русский  |  Español   Print Version   Home : ITU Plenipotentiary Conference : PP-06 home : Documents and Proposals In-conference documents publication and distribution   In-conference documents publication and distribution   The Document Distribution Service will be situated in the main lobby of the Vega Convention Centre. (...) The ITU Secretariat, the only persons authorized to do so, will distribute a maximum of five copies per delegation/observer organization/entity of each official document. (...) An authorization is required to distribute materials in this area. Materials distributed without authorization will be removed by the Secretariat.
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Score: 477302.8 - https://www.itu.int/plenipoten...posals/distribution/index.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Ppt0000012.ppt [Read-Only] Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 1 ITU Regional Cybersecurity Forum for Asia-Pacific Incident Management Capabilities Australia Country Case Study Graham Ingram General Manager AusCERT July 2008 Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 2Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Responding to Attacks • The nature of attacks have changed and Incident management/response has also changed • Nature of attacks: • Online identity theft – (still) the number one threat to eGovernment and eBusiness. • Attacks on availability – a close second… • State sponsored attacks and Terrorism The lines are blurred Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 3Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 4 OECD • A strategy for a global partnership against malware is needed to avoid it becoming a serious threat to the Internet economy and to national security in the coming years. (...) Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 5 Technology Drivers • Social Networking – MSN – Facebook – Myspace – Secondlife • P2P Networking • Web 2.0 • Web Apps • NGN • Mobile Devices Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 6 National CERT Fire Brigade Copyright © 2008 AusCERT What is AusCERT doing? (...) Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 16Copyright © 2008 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 17 On the web Copyright © 2006 AusCERT 17 Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 18Copyright © 2007 AusCERT Not for further distribution without AusCERT permission. 19 Personal data Financial data Business data Crocs Case Study Copyright © 2008 AusCERT 19 http://www.crocs.com.au/gd/images/pdmenu.php?
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Score: 477077.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...casestudy-brisbane-july-08.pdf
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An inequality measure is often a function that ascribes a value to a specific distribution of income in a way that allows direct and objective comparisons across different distributions. (...) Thus the farther the Lorenz curve is in relation to the 45-degree line, the more unequal the distribution of income. Indices Gini index It is the most widely cited measure of inequality; it measures the extent to which the distribution within an economy deviates from a perfectly equal distribution. (...) Also, it does not respond in the same way to income transfers between people in opposite tails of the income distribution as it does to transfers in the middle of the distribution.
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Score: 477070 - https://www.un.org/development.../publication/dsp_policy_02.pdf
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If community broadcasters cannot access broadcasting distribution systems, and in particular frequency spectrum, they will not be able to distribute their content and the whole idea of community broadcast- ing will falter. (...) Community broadcasters should be able to distribute freely over the Internet. 4. Consideration should be given, where appropriate, to requiring cable and satel- lite distribution operators to carry community broadcasting channels either for free or for low fees. 5. Alternative approaches to the distribution of community broadcasting signals should be considered.
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Score: 477063.53 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...nability_policy_4_spectrum.pdf
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Additionally, the following points require consideration. 4.1 Key characteristics A distributed ledger is a ledger that is shared, replicated, and synchronized in a distributed manner. (...) This provides transparency and optimal efficiency across the node participants in the DLT network. • Distributed – The distributed nature of DLT allows for the scaling of nodes in a DLT network. (...) Hybrid distributed ledger systems combine the privacy benefits of a permissioned distributed ledger system with the security and transparency benefits of a permissionless distributed ledger system.
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Score: 477015.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...usgroups/dlt/Documents/d12.pdf
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Score: 477014.26 - https://www.un.org/development...tent/world-population-policies
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