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Dia is precluded from claiming additional compensation on the ground of his early separation given that upon his separation, Mr. Dia accepted an enhanced termination indemnity and expressly agreed not to contest his separation from UNICEF. (...) Insofar as the Secretary-General submits that the Appellant is precluded from seeking additional compensation as he previously waived his rights to contest his separation in return for an enhanced termination indemnity, this submission fails to distinguish between the two challenges brought by the Appellant.
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Score: 422584.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-553.pdf
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What requirements are necessary for the equipment-related aspects of network-based speech enhancement devices? What management interfaces should be recommended for speech enhancement equipment? What tests and requirements are necessary to ensure good performance of speech enhancement devices and how can they be enhanced to better correlate with subjective test results? (...) What hardware and software tools are necessary to support the testing of speech enhancement devices? What realistic echo paths and test signals are required for testing speech enhancement devices?
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Score: 422485.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005-2008/com16/sg16-q16.html
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The presence of one of these enhancement structures indicates an enhancement layer capability. (...) In SNR scaling, the error is coded and sent separately as an enhancement layer. When this enhancement layer is added to the base layer, a better quality image results. (...) Each enhancement layer is on a separate logical channel.
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Score: 422392.14 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9702_Bos/AVC-1162.doc
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Each technique discussed here is accompanied by a description of the type of enhancement it could provide, an estimate of the degree of enhancement it could provide, and an estimate of the complexity impact of the enhancement. (...) Coding efficiency enhancements are listed first (with prediction enhancement techniques listed first within that category and then residual coding enhancements later) and then functionality enhancements are grouped together at the end. (...) Enhancement type: Coding efficiency improvement Estimated degree of enhancement: 1-2% avg.
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Score: 422012.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...o-site/0410_Pal/VCEG-X03r1.doc
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The sharp distinction that has emerged in policy between market-enhancing and growth- enhancing governance is to some extent also due to the fact that growth-enhancing governance has some effects that appear to contradict the requirements of market- enhancing governance. (...) Box 2 The Switch from Growth-Enhancement to Market-Enhancement From roughly 1950 to 1980, the dominant view within development institutions was broadly sympathetic to a growth-enhancement approach to development. (...) At this juncture, growing support for market-enhancing policies and the market- enhancing approach to governance emerged.
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Score: 420652.64 - https://www.un.org/development...bg_papers/bp_wess2006_khan.pdf
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Introduction Currently, Annex O of H.263+ specifies that a particular base layer frame can be enhanced by either an SNR enhancement frame (same dimensions, same pixel aspect ratio) or a spatial enhancement frame (2X the size in both dimensions, same pixel aspect ratio). (...) Example: Say we have a base layer of video with picture size 176x144 pixels (QCIF) and, for sake of simplicity let’s assume that the pixel aspect ratio is indicated to be 1:1. An enhancement layer can be created exactly as for SNR or spatial enhancement, except we would now allow the enhancement layer picture size to be 2X in neither, one or both directions. (...) Note that another 1-D spatial enhancement layer can be added, with interpolation in the vertical direction this time.
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Score: 418902.25 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9706_Por/q15a47.doc
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For example, B-frames may be discarded. If an enhancement layer includes SNR enhancement of base layer I and P-frames and SNR enhancement of B-frames that are in a separate enhancement layer, these may be automatically discarded if the terminal is decode power bound. (...) This is because any of the B-frames in Layer 1 may be discarded. Enhancement level three that consists of spatial enhancement of enhancement level two, dependent on Layer 2, which implies the base is also required. (...) Each enhancement layer is on a separate logical channel.
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Score: 418704 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1075.doc
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ITU-T Study Group 16 - Question 16/16 (Study Period 2009-2012)   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home : Study Groups : Study Group 16     Question 16/16 – Speech enhancement functions in signal processing network equipment (Continuation of Question 16/16) Motivation This Question deals with network-based speech enhancement devices, including electrical network echo control, acoustic network echo control, automatic level control devices, and speech enhancement devices. (...) With the deployment of automatic level control (ALC) and voice enhancement devices (VEDs), new issues are expected to arise as these devices are applied to existing and emerging networks. (...) Study items Study items to be considered include, but are not limited to: Functional characteristics and requirements that are necessary for network-based speech enhancement devices to provide good performance in existing GSTN and emerging ATM/IP and cellular networks Tests and requirements that are necessary to ensure good performance of speech enhancement devices and how can they be enhanced to better correlate with subjective test results Performance of speech enhancement devices in GSTN, ATM/IP, cellular and other wireless environments with speech, facsimile and voiceband data signals, text telephones, signalling tones, call-processing tones, etc Hardware and software tools that are necessary to support the testing of speech enhancement devices Realistic echo paths and test signals that are required for testing speech enhancement devices Design of in-path speech enhancement equipment so as not to interfere with tandem codec avoidance mechanisms (e.g. codec bypass or tandem-free operation) Requirements of speech enhancement devices to minimise any degradations in performance due to tandeming Requirements for speech enhancement devices to operate with wideband signals Impact of testing with voice-over-packet interfaces (e.g.
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Score: 418495.75 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com16/sg16-q16.html
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"ENHANCING THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN ELECTORAL PROCESSES IN POST-CONFLICT COUNTRIES" - Expert Group Meeting " EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON "ENHANCING WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN ELECTORAL PROCESSES IN POST-CONFLICT COUNTRIES" 19 to 22 January 2004 Glen Cove, New York Discussion Papers The following documenst are in PDF    format: Papers by experts Background papers Papers by Observers List of Documents Papers by Experts EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.1 Electoral Processes in Selected Countries of the Middle East, A Case Study Prepared by Amal Sabbagh EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.2 Constitutional Provisions and Enhancing Participation of Women in Elections Prepared by Muna Ndulo EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.3 Enhancing the role of women in electoral processes in post-conflict countries, Post-election support Prepared by the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.4 Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral Processes in Post-Conflict Countries, Experiences from Mozambique Prepared by Alcinda Abreu EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.5 Strengthening Governance: The Role of Women in Rwanda's Transition, A Summary Prepared by Elizabeth Powley EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.6 Enhancing women's participation in electoral processes in post conflict countries: Experiences form East Timor Prepared by Milena Pires EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.7 Enhancing women's participation in electoral processes in post conflict countries: Guatemalan Case Study Prepared by Luz Mendez EGM/ELEC/2004/EP.8 Political Parties and Special Measures: Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral Processes Prepared by Julie Ballington and Richard E. Matland Back to top Background Papers "Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral Processes in Post-Conflict Countries" EGM/ELEC/2004/BP.1 Prepared by Michael Maley EGM/ELEC/2004/BP.2 Prepared by Andrew Ellis Back to top Papers by Observers "Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral Processes in Post-Conflict Countries" EGM/ELEC/2004/OP.2 Prepared by Ambassador Ellen Sauerbrey Back to top EGM home page Aide Memoire Programme of Work Discussion Papers Press Release Statements: Angela E.V.
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Score: 417140.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/.../2004/EGMelectoral/papers.html
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Community-based forestry English FAO Home Forestry Community-based forestry Indigenous Peoples Thematic areas Community-based forestry Participatory approaches Gender and equity FAO's work Normative work Capacity development and training programmes Enhanced stakeholder participation in NFPs Regional training In-country training The Gambia Ghana Lesotho Liberia Malawi Tanzania Uganda Viet Nam Zambia Meetings and workshops Publications Community-based forestry send by email In-country training on enhanced stakeholder participation in national forest programmes  Background and rationale  FAO has a key mandate to assist countries to develop and/or enhance their national forest programmes (nfps). (...) FAO and the National Forest Programme Facility have developed a training module on Enhancing stakeholder participation in national forest programmes – tools for practitioners . (...) In addition to the module, a training package including a training manual ‘Enhancing stakeholder participation in national forest programmes – A trainer’s manual (FAO, 2009) has also been developed.
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Score: 417065.4 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/participatory/90743/en/
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