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Higher error protection for the enhancement layer would be a possible solution, but it increases the overhead. (...) This leaky prediction also provides the error resiliency in the enhancement layer when the prediction coefficient is less than 1 (α<1 in Figure 1). (...) The channel noise in the enhancement layer will be decreased gradually and gracefully over a few frames [4]. 2.1 Encoder 2.1.1 Base Layer The base layer encoding/decoding process remains unchanged except the extra frame memory for motion estimation and motion compensation for the prediction, where the weighted sum of base layer and enhancement layer is stored for the next frame. 2.1.2 Enhancement Layer The enhancement layer codes the residual errors from the base layer with the same coding blocks of 4x4 integer transform, quantization and UVLC as in the base layer.
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Score: 417009.03 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N53.doc
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A summary of enhancements recommended by the SADIS Provider was reviewed by SADISOPSG/10. (...) Full PKI capability is required for enhancements 1-3 listed above. These enhancements are expected to be complex and technically involved. (...) Table A - Budgetary Costs for Implementing Preferred Enhancements to SADIS FTP Service Enhancement Budgetary Implementation Cost Explanation of cost Implementation timescale 1.
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Score: 416954.93 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab.../SCRAG/Scrag-6/SCRAG6_WP10.pdf
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Byte 1 (Mandatory) 0-2 Source Format 000 H.263_QCIF/SQCIF – enhancements defined for QCIF/SQCIF resolution. 001 H.263_CIF – enhancements defined for CIF resolution. 010 H.263_4CIF – enhancements defined for 4CIF resolution. 011 H.263_16CIF – enhancements defined for 16CIF resolution. 100 Presence of Custom Picture Format. (...) Byte 12 Enhancement Options (present when Byte11[0]=1) 0 0/1 Presence of next Enhancement option byte (Fixed at zero for current revision.) 1 0/1 Picture Freeze and Tagging in Annex L , Supplemental Enhancement. 2 0/1 Progressive Refinement in Annex L. (...) Valid Range : [1-10] 4-5 Enhancement Layer 1 00 Spatial Scalable Layer 01 SNR Scalable Layer 10 Temporal Scalable with one B-picture 11 Temporal Scalable with two B-pictures 6-7 x Enhancement Layer 2 (same definition as Byte13[4-5]) Byte 14 Scalability (Present when Byte11[1]=1) 0-3 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 1 0000 64kbps 1000 1536kbps 0001 128kbps 1001 4 0010 192kbps 1010 2 0011 256kbps 1011 3/2 0100 320kbps 1100 same 0101 384kbps 1101 3/4 0110 768kbps 1110 2/4 0111 1152kbps 1111 1/4 4-7 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 2 (same definition as Byte14[0-3]) Byte 15 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3] >2) 0-1 x Enhancement Layer 3(same definition as Byte13[4-5]) 2-3 x Enhancement Layer 4 4-5 x Enhancement Layer 5 7-8 x Enhancement Layer 6 Byte 16 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3]>2) 0-3 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 3 (same definition as Byte14[0-3]) 4-7 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 4 Byte 17 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3]>4) 0-3 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 5 4-7 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 6 Byte 18 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3] >6) 0-1 x Enhancement Layer 7 (same definition as Byte13[4-5]) 2-3 x Enhancement Layer 8 4-5 x Enhancement Layer 9 7-8 x Enhancement Layer 10 Byte 19 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3]>6) 0-3 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 7 4-7 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 8 Byte 20 Scalability (Present when Byte13[0-3]>8) 0-3 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 9 4-7 x Maximum Bandwidth for Enhancement Layer 10 File: FILENAME \* MERGEFORMAT Q11A31.DOC Page: PAGE 2 DATE \* MERGEFORMAT 06/20/97 Recommendation H.320.
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Score: 416457.57 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/9706_Por/q15a38_q11a31.doc
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Technical Support for Enhancing the National Capacity to Prevent and Reduce Child Labour in Viet Nam (ENHANCE) This project contributes to the prevention and progressive elimination of child labour in Viet Nam through supporting the National Plan of Action on the Prevention and Reduction of Child Labour. (...) This has harmful effects on children’s health and psychological development, limits their school attendance and inhibits their transition to decent productive work. In this context, ENHANCE will direct technical support to enhance government efforts to counter child labour, building the achievements to date and making particular effort to address the informal sector and identified priority industry sectors. (...) Video: TV dialogue about Child Labour on WDACL 2018 Video: Say No to Child Labour Video: “Children shouldn’t work in fields, but on dreams”! what's new ENHANCE project Newsletter, Sixth Edition, January 2020 ENHANCE project Newsletter, Fifth Edition, October 2019 Development of the Amendment and Supplement to the Decree on Administrative sanctions for social protection and relief, and protection and care of children Finalization of Knowledge about Business (KAB) materials Knowledge sharing and training workshop on ensuring the protection of workers 15-17 years old Children at risk of child labour in natural disasters Further information Publication Report assessment of mass media communication of child labour in Viet Nam [pdf 1515KB] Press releases Ending child labour in supply chains is increasingly important in economic integration Launching ceremony of project on enhancing national capacity to prevent and reduce Child labour in Viet Nam Videos Ending child labour in supply chains in Viet Nam Out of child labour and into education in Viet Nam Publications Prevention and Elimination of Child Labour in the Traditional Craft Villages -Documentation of Potential Intervention Model in Hien giang commune, Thuong tin district, Hanoi city Prevention and Elimination of Child Labour in Agricultural and Fishing in Floating Village: Documentation of a Potential Intervention Model in Ma Da commune, Vinh Cuu district, Dong Nai province Eliminating child labour in the tourism sector in mountainous ethnic minority areas: documentation of potential intervention model in Sa Pa District, Lao Cai Province News One in ten Vietnamese youngsters aged 5-17 in child labour Tags: child labour, rights of the child, partnerships Regions and countries covered: Asia, Viet Nam Tools This content is available in tiếng Việt A A+ A++ Print Share this content in ENHANCE project Newsletter, Sixth Edition, January 2020 ENHANCE project Newsletter, Fifth Edition, October 2019 ENHANCE project Newsletter, Fourth Edition, March 2019 ENHANCE project Newsletter, Third Edition, June 2018 Report on media assessment of mass communication about child labour ENHANCE project Newsletter, Second Edition, September 2017 Newsletter ENHANCE project , Issue 1 ENHANCE Project Brochure See also Video Regulations and content on addressing minor employees in fisheries for guild fishing vessel owners and fishermen Event Viet Nam’s Music Against Child Labour song competition Press releases Two songwriters from Hanoi and HCM City win Music Against Child Labour song competition Viet Nam launches second programme of action plan to tackle child labour Publication ENHANCE Project Newsletter, edition 9, May 2021 [pdf 1339KB] Press release Viet Nam’s Music Against Child Labour song competition now open for entries Publication ENHANCE Project Newsletter, edition 8, January 2020 [pdf 1839KB] Press release Viet Nam’s child labour rate lower than region’s average by 2 percentage points Publications Infographics: Second Viet Nam National Child Labour Survey [pdf 33916KB] Viet Nam National Child Labour Survey 2018 - Key findings [pdf 2230KB] Project documentation Expansion of agricultural cooperative in rural Viet Nam creates local jobs to prevent child labour Publication ENHANCE Project Newsletter 7 [pdf 1545KB] Project documentation ENHANCE Project beneficiary testimonials [pdf 1392KB] Press release Viet Nam joins global campaign to confront intensified risk of child labour resulting from COVID-19 Video Video message of a girl child on impacts of COVID-19 pandemic Project documentations Single father supported to keep his children out of child labour and in school Struggling family choose schooling over child labour in Ho Chi Minh City Article Vocational training transforms teenager from street vendor to apprentice in rural Viet Nam News items Government to upgrade child labour data software with ILO support ILO supports development of handbooks to fight child labour Article Students in Hanoi speak out against child labour through artistic expression Publication ENHANCE project Newsletter, Sixth Edition, January 2020 [pdf 1487KB] Events Study Visit to Sri Lanka to learn about Child Labour Free Zones Upcoming publication of National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) 2018 ENHANCE project to develop child labour free certification scheme Replication and roll out of SCREAM for child labour prevention activities ENHANCE Project Endline Survey ENHANCE Project Endline KAP survey News Journalists awarded for reporting on child labour Publication ENHANCE project Newsletter, Fifth Edition, October 2019 [pdf 1342KB] Events Building national capacity in child labour data analysis and report writing National training of trainers (tot) on the package “Understanding about child labour” News National press awards on preventing child labour call for submissions until 31 August Event Policy dialogue workshop on related international labour standards, especially with regards to child labour in the path to supply chain transparency in the context of international integration Video “Children shouldn’t work in fields, but on dreams”!
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Score: 416226.1 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/What...WCMS_428369/lang--en/index.htm
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A review of stock enhancement practices in the inland water fisheries of Asia | Inland Fisheries | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Inland Fisheries Background Topics Tools Resources Policy Frameworks Guidelines Overviews Training Water Accounting Improving fishery assessment Responsible stocking, enhancement & introductions Restoring habitat, connectivity & flows A review of stock enhancement practices in the inland water fisheries of Asia Managing inland fisheries 17/07/2005 Inland fisheries contribute only about ten percent to global fish production. (...) Special emphasis is laid on stock enhancement in inland fisheries in Asia, and only those fisheries in which some form of stock enhancement is practised are considered in this report. (...) A major concern related to stock enhancements in inland waters is their possible effects on biodiversity.
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Score: 416138.2 - https://www.fao.org/inland-fis...ies/tools/detail/en/c/1147898/
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This paper presents the safety enhancement measures identified by Hong Kong, China to further enhance the safety in air transport of lithium batteries contained in equipment for discussion with the local air cargo industry. Such safety enhancement measures may also be adopted by sea and land transport as appropriate. 1. (...) Figure 1. Illustration of enhanced packaging measures Reminder to industry 4.
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Score: 415978.47 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.IP.002.4.en.pdf
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.  However, at the APRAST 5 meeting, RS WG deemed that Runway Safety SOP was inappropriate to be included into this common AC. 2 Background LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative Aug 2015 Took a re-look at the COSCAP-issued AC (Advisory Circular) CSEA – 002A on SOPs that was issued in March 2006. (...) Will be put up to the forthcoming RASG. LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 3 Current Status Aug 2015  Cover Page of the Model Advisory Circular LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 4 Aug 2015  Contents of the Model Advisory Circular LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 5 Aug 2015   LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 6 Aug 2015 Appendix 6   LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 7 Aug 2015 Appendix 7 Questions LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 8 Aug 2015 Thank You LOC Safety Enhancement Initiative 9 Aug 2015
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Score: 415861.5 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...I%20%20Progress.%20Aug2015.pdf
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Box 68 33721 Tampere Finland Tel: Fax: Email: +358 40 5212845 miska.hannuksela@nokia.com Title: Syntax for Supplemental Enhancement Information Purpose: Proposal 1. Introduction Supplemental Enhancement Information (SEI) of H.263 (Annexes L and W) contains a number of features that can enhance the utility of decoded video data without requiring alteration of the decoding process. Similar functionality to H.263 Supplemental Enhancement Information has been adopted in spirit to H.26L in Geneva November 2000. (...) Proposal We propose a simple byte-oriented syntax, as we see no reason to apply a variable length coding scheme for supplemental enhancement information. Supplemental enhancement information shall consist of a SEI header and SEI payload.
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Score: 415379 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N60.doc
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This is indicated to be dependent on the base video session. 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. (...) 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.
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Score: 415293.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9702_Bos/AVC-1125.doc
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Armenia Be enhanced Azerbaijan Be enhanced The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015. (...) Portugal Be enhanced The contribution of EPRs (the reviews themselves) to SDG´s should become more relevant. (...) Other countries Answer Please explain Austria Stay at the same level Czech Republic Stay at the same level Germany Be enhanced Be decided in dialogue with the country under review according to its needs Hungary Be enhanced For the sectors whos share in GHG emission is the highest (energy, agriculture, industry, transport) it should be enhanced, for the rest they can be on the same level.
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Score: 414644.24 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...veyResults_InfoPaperNo.9_e.pdf
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