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An exciting and inspiring visit to Isibindi Zizameleni Safe Park | UNICEF South Africa Skip to main content South Africa Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast South Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About us Become a donor Partners Work for UNICEF Contact us Avoid fraud Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max News note An exciting and inspiring visit to Isibindi Zizameleni Safe Park Laughter, joy, courage and excitement fill the air at the Isibindi Zizameleni Safe Park Sudeshan Reddy UNICEF South Africa/2019/Mojapelo Home Press centre An exciting and inspiring visit to Isibindi Zizameleni Safe Park 01 July 2019 KwaDukuza  - Laughter, joy, courage and excitement fill the air at the Isibindi Zizameleni Safe Park as a UNICEF team is welcomed with song by children on the eve of the Global Child and Youth Care Conference.
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Score: 908826.2 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...-isibindi-zizameleni-safe-park
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Based on the types of excitation and receivers, we discriminate four types of backscattering systems: (i) Dedicated Exciter Active Receiver systems, (ii) Ambient Exciter Active Receiver systems, (iii) Dedicated Exciter Passive Receiver systems, and (iv) Ambient Exciter Passive Receiver systems.
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Score: 904210.1 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-ITUJNL-JFETS.V1I1-1-2020
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WORKING PAPER : NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION TECHNIQUES FOR CHEMICAL WEAPONS / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Using this method, an object is excited with a range of acoustic frequencies. It responds with a resonant signature that is a function of its size, shape, and physical properties. (...) The current acoustic resonance device requires direct contact with the interrogated object, but work has been done in remote excitation and detection. Measurements require a few seconds. (...) In the case of neutron absorption, the nuclei are excited and emit gamma rays (photons) with energies characteristic of the elements of the interrogated object.
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Score: 895919.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WC/CONF.III/VEREX/WP.47&Lang=E
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Based on the types of excitation and receivers, we discriminate four types of backscattering systems: (i) Dedicated Exciter Active Receiver systems, (ii) Ambient Exciter Active Receiver systems, (iii) Dedicated Exciter Passive Receiver systems, and (iv) Ambient Exciter Passive Receiver systems.
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Score: 895117.2 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JNL-VOL1.ISSUE1-2020-A01
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Because of this some part of the routing and MAC processing could be phenomenon, there is also a larger likelihood of unidirec- done by the exciter [20], offloading some of the complex- tional links being present between two communicating ity from the tags. On the other hand, in the case of a tags, when the two tags are at different distances from zero-intelligence exciter or when an ambient RF source the RF source. (...) Thus, to adjust tend to be distributed in their operation (i.e., there is to different operational scenarios, the routing and MAC no central element that coordinates the MAC access or protocols may need to adapt to the division of processing the routing discovery operations) the need to perform between the tags and the exciters. Furthermore, in the these operations over unidirectional links is a more dif- case of a zero-intelligence exciter, distributed processing ficult problem than in undirected networks ([22]), often is especially a challenge, since the BTTN tags operate at leading to network partitions in the unidirectional graph extremely low energy levels, significantly limiting their type.
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Score: 891510.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page26.html
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Third International Conference on Financing for Development Third International Conference on Financing for Development Invest Ahead - For People and Planet #FFD3 #Action2015 Home Overview Programme Initiatives Documents News & Media Blog Leapfrogging Traditional Capital Markets: Exploring the Development Potential of Crowdfunding Date: 15 July 2015, 1:15pm - 2:45pm Location: Radisson Lalibella Organised by Commonwealth Secretariat Summary Crowdfunding is an exciting new phenomenon and form of capital formation which helps the private and public sector leapfrog traditional finance systems and access new sources of finance. With support from governments and development organizations it has an exciting potential to support sustained and inclusive growth. (...) This event showcases and explores its development potential and provides participants with a unique and exciting opportunity to learn and engage with leading inspirational industry leaders as we explore its transformational potential.
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Score: 890868.75 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ffd...potential-of-crowdfunding.html
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[305-PLEN]  Draft revised ITU-T G.729 "Coding of speech at 8 kbit/s using conjugate-structure algebraic-code-excited linear-prediction (CS-ACELP)" (for Consent)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG16 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2006-11-14) : 305-PLEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [305-PLEN]  Draft revised ITU-T G.729 "Coding of speech at 8 kbit/s using conjugate-structure algebraic-code-excited linear-prediction (CS-ACELP)" (for Consent) Format Size Posted English Zip (Document)   16320125 bytes 2006-11-20 [305-PLEN] Addendum 1 Word   2850304 bytes 2006-11-20 [305-PLEN]  PDF (acrobat)   830338 bytes 2006-11-20 [305-PLEN]  Zip (Document)   506806 bytes 2006-11-20 [305-PLEN]  Zip (Document)   779457 bytes 2006-11-20 [305-PLEN]    Document : ITU-T SG16  (Study Period 2005)  Temporary Document  305-PLEN Title : Draft revised ITU-T G.729 "Coding of speech at 8 kbit/s using conjugate-structure algebraic-code-excited linear-prediction (CS-ACELP)" (for Consent) Date : 2006-11-20 Source : Rapporteur Q10/16 AI/Question : Q10/16 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2007-05-18  
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Score: 887169.1 - https://www.itu.int/md/T05-SG16-061114-TD-PLEN-0305
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A forbidden code could be generated for the LTP absolute lag (subframe 0 and 2) resulting in a memory access outside the excitation memory for the subframe 3. In the G.723.1 comfort noise excitation generation, the LTP lag is computed as lag = Olp-1+jitter, Olp being randomly generated in [123, 143] and the jitter being arbitrarily set to 1 for the subframes 0 and 2, to 0 for the subframe 1 and to 3 for the subframe 3. (...) However, the lag must not be greater that 143 because of the memory size of the past excitation used to build the adaptive excitation. So for the subframe 3, the Olp randomly selected must not be greater than 141. (...) However, the memory is not written but only read. Furthermore, the excitation memory is stored in the array PrevExc of the state variables structures CodStat for the encoder and DecStat for the decoder; so it is likely that the program reads the data in the preceding arrays of the structures that are respectively PrevErr in CODSTATDEF and PrevLsp in DECSTATDEF.
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Score: 886205.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/com16/implgd/implgd7.pdf
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A forbidden code could be generated for the LTP absolute lag (subframe 0 and 2) resulting in a memory access outside the excitation memory for the subframe 3. In the G.723.1 comfort noise excitation generation, the LTP lag is computed as lag = Olp-1+jitter, Olp being randomly generated in [123, 143] and the jitter being arbitrarily set to 1 for the subframes 0 and 2, to 0 for the subframe 1 and to 3 for the subframe 3. (...) However, the lag must not be greater that 143 because of the memory size of the past excitation used to build the adaptive excitation. So for the subframe 3, the Olp randomly selected must not be greater than 141. (...) However, the memory is not written but only read. Furthermore, the excitation memory is stored in the array PrevExc of the state variables structures CodStat for the encoder and DecStat for the decoder; so it is likely that the program reads the data in the preceding arrays of the structures that are respectively PrevErr in CODSTATDEF and PrevLsp in DECSTATDEF.
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Score: 886205.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...t/com16/implgd/implgd7_ww9.doc
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Prior to CableLabs, Mr. Brown worked for Excite@Home as Chief Architect, Set-top Systems where he worked on broadband applications for set-top terminals and entertainment devices. Before joining Excite@Home, he worked for Time Warner Cable as Chief Software Architect in their Advanced Engineering Department where he worked on the Orlando Full Service Network and was a key contributor the Time Warner Cable Pegasus Program. While at Time Warner Cable and Excite@Home, Mr. Brown was also an active participant in the CableLabs OpenCable™ project.
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Score: 883500.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...s/cvs/hnhs_0604_s4p0_rb_cv.doc
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