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H.261_CIF/H.263_CIF and H.263_4CIF/H.262_4SIF are examples of equivalent resolutions.) The hierarchy also mandates that a lower level algorithm must have the same or better MPI capability as a higher level algorithm at an equivalent resolution. (...) The hierarchy rules when any of these are used are given below: Any coder with a custom picture size shall support the “equivalent” standard picture size, where the equivalent size is the largest standard picture size smaller than or equal to the upper bound of the resolution range specified in the custom picture size in both height and width. If a custom picture size is smaller than QCIF, the equivalent resolution will be QCIF. For example, if the custom picture size range is [176-528] ( [144-432], the equivalent standard size is CIF (352(288).
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Score: 667748 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...eo-site/9809_Gen/tdq11h320.doc
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Χ With respect to tender packages of Group B and C projects and equivalent, except for projects of subsidiary enterprises entitled to make the investment decision in accordance with sub-clauses (a), (b), (c), (d), (dd), (e) and (g) of clause 1 of article 51 of the Regulations on Tendering." 6. Article 53 shall be amended as follows: Delegation of authority for approval and evaluation of Group B and C projects and equivalent and the authorised person making the investment decision for Group B and C projects and equivalent of State owned enterprises shall be added to Table 1 in article 53 as follows: Group of projects Approving authority Evaluating authority Tender packages in Branch I, II or III Group B and C and equivalent Authorised persons of State owned enterprises entitled to make the investment decision Relevant assisting bodies All tender packages of projects 7. (...) Article 3 The Minister of Planning and Investment shall, in co-ordination with ministries, ministerial equivalent bodies and Government bodies, provide guidelines for and inspect the implementation of this Decree.
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Score: 667048.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28A3_LEG_1.pdf
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Relay services are the most appropriate access to the telephone for deaf people and some types of relay services are more functional equivalent than others. Examining call operating procedures is necessary to achieve better functional equivalency for each type of relay service. Captioned Telephone Relay Service is the most functional equivalent relay service and is appropriate for hard of hearing, deafened and deaf with speech people. (...) Raising concerns of ‘privacy’ issue which may lead to reduced functional equivalency in relay service is examined. Challenging ITU to develop standards that strive towards more functional equivalency in all types of relay services.
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Score: 665670.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...sibility/200911/abstracts.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - KPS-Geneva Powerpoint.ppt International Telecommunication UnionGeneva, 2 November 2009 Achieving Functional Equivalency in a Modernized Relay Environment Karen Peltz Strauss Consultant Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access ITU-T Workshop "The impact of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the work of the ITU-T" Geneva, 2 November 2009 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 2 Americans with Disabilities Act: A Mandate for Functional Equivalency FCC: Communications Assistant (CA) is a “transparent conduit” CA must relay “without censorship or monitoring functions” CA must relay verbatim in real-time CA may not intentionally alter content CA may not disclose conversation content Provider may not keep records beyond duration of call International Telecommunication Union Relay Service = “Dial Tone” Practical Examples HIPAA disclosures (health care info) Germano vs. International Profit Association: employment case Statements made by relay are admissible CA is no more than a “language conduit” CA only has random connection to caller CA has no motive to mislead, distort CA qualifications are set by government ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 3 International Telecommunication Union Advancements in Relay Technology Video Relay Service Natural, real-time, emotional context Need not alert receiving party how call is being handled Captioned Telephone Relay Service Calls dialed directly to called party No CA intervention or interruptions Natural flow - like conventional voice calls ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 4 International Telecommunication Union Goal: Achieving Transparency Challenges Increased hang-ups – fraudulent purchases, prank calls Laws prohibiting eavesdropping, monitoring Transparency Solutions Give users choice to announce relay New numbering system – for direct dialing of IP calls in both directions Education of general public ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 5 International Telecommunication Union Relay to Relay: A New Dilemma 1990: ADA only covers text-to-voice relay services Now: Various relay technologies: Video relay, speech-to-speech, captioned telephone, voice carryover, hearing carryover, Internet protocol text, and “traditional” relay FCC policy – Relay is between person with a hearing/speech disability and hearing person: functionally equivalent? ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 6 International Telecommunication Union Relay Growth in the U.S. (...) Federal Legal Mandates for Video Communication in the Federal Government Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Sections 501, 503, 504, 508 Telecommunications Accessibility Enhancement Act of 1988 Americans with Disabilities Act (functional equivalency guidelines) ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 11 International Telecommunication Union Potential Barriers and Other Considerations for Video Communications Cost Security Confidentiality Numbering/Registration Emergency Access ITU-T Workshop on Accessibility Geneva, 2 November 2009 12 International Telecommunication Union Papers Submitted to ITU-T Workshop Transparency and Functional Equivalency: Core Principles of U.S.
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Score: 664958.3 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/28/T06280000050022PDFE.pdf
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In addition, each spare battery must not exceed the following quantities: — for lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 grams; or — for lithium ion batteries, an aggregate equivalent lithium content of not more than 8 grams. International Civil Aviation Organization DGP-WG/06-WP/29 21/9/06 WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/06-WP/29 - 2 - Lithium ion batteries with an aggregate equivalent lithium content of more than 8 grams but not more than 25 grams may be carried in carry-on baggage if they are individually protected so as to prevent short circuits and are limited to two spare batteries per person. 1.2 The exception for lithium ion batteries containing an aggregate equivalent lithium content of more than 8 grams but not more than 25 grams is based on limits that were agreed to by the UN Sub- Committee for inclusion in the 8th Revised Edition of the UN Recommendations but later removed as of the 11th Revised Edition. (...) ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to amend 8;1.1.2 q) as follows to remove the exception for batteries with an aggregate equivalent lithium content of more than 8 grams but not more than 25 grams: q) consumer electronic devices (watches, calculating machines, cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc.) … Lithium ion batteries with an aggregate equivalent lithium content of more than 8 grams but not more than 25 grams may be carried in carry-on baggage if they are individually protected so as to prevent short circuits and are limited to two spare batteries per person.
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Score: 664286.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...f%20the%20Whole%2006/WP.29.pdf
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Reducing Household Electricity Consumption in Chisinau, Moldova Interim Results Reducing Household Electricity Consumption in Chisinau, Moldova UNDP Moldova Premier Energy MD Behavioral Insights Team Partners Intervention Letters “kWh” Norm Letter “Monetary” Norm Letter Trial Design Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Sample Size 107,867 9,941 9,952 Message No letter kWh Norms Message Monetary Norms Message Personalization ✔ ✔ Actionable energy- saving tips ✔ ✔ kWh social norms comparison ✔ Monetary social norms comparison ✔ Results Environmental Impact • Treatment group households that received a behaviorally informed letter conserved 41,059 kWh of electricity compared to those who did not receive the letter • This eliminated the equivalent of 27,920 kg of CO2 emissions1 in one month.2 • If scaled, we expect the letters would eliminate the equivalent of 65,114 to 290,536 kg of CO2 emissions. 1. 0.68kg of CO2 are produced as a byproduct for every kWh of electricity produced. 2. According to EPA, this is equivalent to CO2 emission from burning 30,523 pounds (or 13,845 kg) of coal.
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Score: 663892.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._UNDP_EE_Dumitru_Vasilescu.pdf
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png 1 Presentation of Papua New GuineaPresentation of Papua New Guinea’’s s NSDS or equivalentNSDS or equivalent’’s development at the s development at the Workshop on NSDS in Small Island Workshop on NSDS in Small Island Developing StatesDeveloping States New York - USA 4th – 5th May 2006 by Dr. (...) However, current government MTDS feature elements of what should amount to a NSDS. 4 2.2. Aims of NSDS or EQUIVALENT Aims of NSDS or EQUIVALENT (Medium Term Development Strategy)(Medium Term Development Strategy) §§ Papua New GuineaPapua New Guinea’’s overarching development plan s overarching development plan for economic and social development in harmony for economic and social development in harmony with environmental considerations. (...) Aims of NSDS or EQUIVALENT/ Aims of NSDS or EQUIVALENT/ (MTDS) (cont)(MTDS) (cont) § MTDS Objective “Ultimately, the MTDS lays out the road map for Government to facilitate private sector driven economic growth, which is critical to improving the living standards and quality of life of ordinary Papua New Guineans” 3.3.
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Score: 663092.63 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...natlinfo/nsds/workshop/png.pdf
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Requirements: An advanced university degree or equivalent in a quantitative subject such as mathematics, statistics or economics, knowledge of statistical concepts, good IT skills of use for statistical analysis and database/information management, ability to work as part of a multicultural team. (...) For interpreters: A university degree (or equivalent professional qualification) in languages, linguistics, economics, law or another relevant field, post-graduate degree or recognised professional qualification in interpretation, good interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work in a team. (...) Requirements: A basic university degree in computer science, theoretical knowledge and/or proven professional expertise equivalent to an advanced university degree in a relevant area, ability to work in a team and coordinate cross-functional teams towards task completion , good communication skills.
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Score: 663092.63 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/vacan_e/career_e.htm
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. … CCRD entry required No Problem Statement To meet the intent of the abovementioned Standard, some States have regulations to issue organizations approvals (Aiworthiness Maintenance Organizations (AMOs) or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent system) with or without an expiry date, but with requirements to maintain the continued validity of the approval. (...) Alleviation summary This alleviation allows for the continuation of the validity of AMOs or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent 2 system approval, where the continuation of the validity relies on the on-site surveillance activities required by the State. (...) Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States An alleviation applicable to AMOs or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent system approval if such an organization is subject to enforcement of any suspension, cancellation or revocation action.
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Score: 661809.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...anization%20approvals_v1.0.pdf
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. … CCRD entry required No Problem Statement To meet the intent of the abovementioned Standard, some States have regulations to issue organizations approvals (Aiworthiness Maintenance Organizations (AMOs) or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent system) with or without an expiry date, but with requirements to maintain the continued validity of the approval. (...) Alleviation summary This alleviation allows for the continuation of the validity of AMOs or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent 2 system approval, where the continuation of the validity relies on the on-site surveillance activities required by the State. (...) Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States An alleviation applicable to AMOs or organizations performing maintenance under an accepted equivalent system approval if such an organization is subject to enforcement of any suspension, cancellation or revocation action.
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Score: 661809.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...anization%20approvals_v1.0.pdf
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