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Page 1 of 2 AFI Plan Project AIM Results-Based Implementation Support (RBIS) for the AFI Region ------------------------------------------------ Virtual workshop on the Go-team methodology 07-08 July 2022 PROVISIONAL AGENDA AND PROGRAMME Time (UTC) Agenda items Presentation Duration Day one : 28 June 2022 Session 0 09:00 – 09:30 Opening • Welcome and Opening Remarks • Review and adoption of the agenda ICAO • Remarks • Agenda • 20 Min • 10 Min Session 1 09:30 – 11:00 Background information & Go-team methodology • Purpose of the Workshop and expected outcomes • Review of AIM provisions related to QMS, AIM and TOD • Go-team methodology ICAO • PPT • PPT • PPT • 30 Min • 30 Min • 30 Min 11:00 - 11:20 Short Break ALL Session 2 11:20 – 13:30 QMS implementation process and assistance tools • Sharing of experiences in QMS implementation o Experience from GCAA o Experience from KCAA o Experience from ASECNA • Identification and planning the development of tools to assist States in QMS implementation QMS Team • PPT • PPT • PPT • Brainstorming • 20 Min • 20 Min • 20 Min • 01 H 13:30 End day one ALL Page 2 of 2 Time (UTC) Agenda items Actors Day two : 29 June 2022 Session 3 09:00 - 11:00 AIXM/eAIP implementation process and assistance tools • Sharing of experiences in AIXM/eAIP implementation o Experience from ASECNA o Experience from KCAA o Experience from ATNS • Identification and planning the development of tools to assist States in AIXM/eAIP implementation AIXM Team • PPT • PPT • PPT • Brainstorming • 20 Min • 20 Min • 20 Min • 01 H 11:00 - 11:20 Short Break ALL Session 4 11:20 - 13:20 TOD implementation process and assistance tools • Sharing of experiences in TOD implementation o Experience from KCAA o Experience from ASECNA o Experience from SODEXAM • Identification and planning the development of tools to assist States in TOD implementation TOD Team • PPT • PPT • PPT • Brainstorming • 20 Min • 20 Min • 20 Min • 01 H 13:20 – 14:00 Closing of the Workshop • Summary of Discussions • Closing remarks ICAO • Summary • Remarks • 20 Min • 10 Min 14:00 End of the Workshop ALL
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Score: 454703.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...-team-Draft-Work-programme.pdf
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• Strong arguments in favour and against basic income • Disagreements about future of employment and the 4th industrial revolution • Disagreements on consequences and remedies • There are lots of strong opinions but very little evidence • Experiments might shed light on the issue • Often statistical analyses • Often static mirco-simulations − Seldom dynamic simulations • Difficult to model behavioural effects2 Problems for answering the question a priori • Every country is unique: some similarities but lots of differences: • Therefore, answering to the question depends on conditions, therefore: • a universal ‘yes’ would be a wrong statement and • a universal ‘no’ would be a wrong statement, as well • Much depends on circumstances and on the problems BI seeks to solve: • Differences between countries • Some examples from the previous experiments • Something more about the Finnish experiment 3 The U.S. experiments with negative income tax models in the 1970s-1980s • New Jersey Income Maintenance 1968-72 • Seattle-Denver Income Maintenance experiment 1970-77 • Rural Income Maintenance Experiment 1970-72 • Gary Income Maintenance Experiment 1971-74 • Different benefit levels and different tax levels • Main results • Labour force participation decreased, among females in particular • Income levels dropped • No health consequences except less under-weight new-borns • Divorce rates increased • Children’s literate rate and educational attainment increased 4 Canada: Winnipeg & Dauphin 1974-79 • A randomized controlled experiment in Winnipeg , in Dauphin all the 10,000 residents were eligible for a treatment (60% of low income level) that reduced the benefit guarantee by 50 cents for each dollar earned • No significant effects on employment • Care-related hospital visit decreased • Children’s well-being increased • No strong conclusions • 2017, the Ontario basic income experiment has set aside roughly $19 million to replicate the 1970s experiment5 India 2010-2013 • two experiments in the state of Madhya Pradesh, in which more than 6,000 people received small monthly payments of 3-4.5 $ for 18 months. • Mainly positive consequences reported: • Economic activity increased • Investments in agriculture and small enterprises • Nutrition and health status improved • Female empowerment • Children’s school attendance increased 6 Kenia • 1,400 participants, unconditional cash transfer program • Consumption increased in all other items except tobacco and alcohol • Beneficial health outcomes due to decreased level of ‘economic stress’ • Lower level of cortisol in blood measured • A new experiment in 2017 planned • 40 villages will receive roughly $22.50 per month for 12 years. (...) • The pilot will be small in scope, lasting just six month • Motivation: to help people get back on their feet without the state patronage • Following Livorno other Italian towns such as Ragusa and Naples are considering pilots of their own. • Germany: Mein Grundeinkommen, a small-scale program • France: some local experiments planned • Lithuania is planning to start an experiment • Plans in Korea to implement a BI program financed by land and property tax • Uganda 9 Background of the Finnish experiment The Center-to-right coalition cabinet took BI experiment in its working program by referring to: • Changes in the labor markets • Does our social security system properly correspond to changes in labor markets? (...) v=8xPAlEkT0kk&feature=youtu.be http://www.kela.fi/web/en/experimental-study-on-a-universal-basic-income How to evaluate the success of the experiment? • From three viewpoints the experiment already is a success • An obligatory randomized field experiment passed the constitutional test • Data on behavioural effects to impute them into static microsimulation models • We know what to do and what not to do • Employment, work volume and income are the main outcomes • Registers are the main source of information − No surveys or interviews when the experiment is running • Government will be informed (partially) and a thorough evaluation of the experiment will be done in 2019 • Secondary outcomes will be studied via surveys and interviews • Economic stress, general well-being, health, social relations, experiences on bureucracy etc. 21 Some tentative conclusions (on BI on the basis of the Finnish experiment, so far) • Every country is a special case • BI as such is not a patent solution to all incentive problems • Housing allowance is the problem • BI must be combined with activation measures • Financing???
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Score: 454553.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_562867.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Roaming and Interconnect Professional Services Revenue Assurance Interconnect Fraud Detection App Experience Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Smartphone based active testing for OTT service QoE evaluation and benchmarking with native services ​​​​​ITU Workshop on Telecommunication Service Quality Istanbul, Turkey, 3-4 September 2018 Vlad Bratu – Product Manager QoS/QoE Page 2 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience QoS & QoE Testing ▪ Multiple Use Cases with one platform; SITE ▪ Proactive Service Assurance ▪ With latest technologies Revenue Assurance ▪ Most comprehensive active RA ▪ Any stage, any tariff, any promo ▪ National and roaming RA Roaming and Interconnect ▪ World’s largest roaming test system ▪ GSMA 4G reference system ▪ #1 roaming rollout and services Fraud Management ▪ #1 fraud detection solution used ▪ Most innovative & certified solution ▪ Fastest fraud detection available App Experience ▪ Testing & Monitoring Apps ▪ Largest global device bank ▪ Used by over 600 enterprises & MNOs SIGOS Testing & Monitoring for Business Optimization SIGOS Professional Services Page 3 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience OTT Apps – Most Popular Android Apps 1 Facebook 2 Facebook Messenger 3 WhatsApp 4 Instagram 5 Skype 6 Subway Surfers 7 Twitter 8 Clean Master 9 Candy Crush Saga 10 Snapchat 11 SHAREit 12 Facebook Lite 13 Dropbox 14 Line 15 Viber Data From: androidrank.org Top 15 most downloaded Android Apps: • 5 are Social Media Apps • 5 are Communication Apps Page 4 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Quality of Experience – Smartphone Based Testing Smartphone Based Testing - QoE Network Services Apps Voice Data Service Quality App Performance App Performance • Application performance, e.g. launch time, login durations, content rendering App Services • Service performance, e.g. image, video upload / download • OTT voice quality • OTT messaging performance • OTT video quality Data Services • Throughput • Latency • Carrier Aggregation Voice Services • Circuit Switched Voice Quality • VoLTE Voice Quality • VoWiFi Voice Quality • CSFB Page 5 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience OTT App Services and OTT App Performance • Reflects the service provided by the App • KPIs: voice quality, end-to-end message durations, file transfer durations • Associated more with network performance OTT App Service Performance • Reflects the performance of the App itself • KPIs: app launch time, login durations, layout matching • Associated more with the performance of the device OTT App Performance Page 6 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Smartphone Based Testing – Test Scenarios • WhatsApp – voice and messaging • Viber – voice and messaging • Line – voice and messaging • WeChat – voice and messaging • Skype – voice • YouTube – video streaming • Instagram – image upload • Facebook – post status, post photo or video OTT App Services • Voice Quality –for CS Voice, VoLTE or VoWiFi • Messaging - SMS • SpeedTest – throughput and latency measurements • HTTP_Download/Upload Smartphone Network Services • Depends on scenario and type of application • Examples: login, element identification, navigation through menus OTT App Performance Page 7 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Benchmarking with Native Voice Services • The most popular communication apps provide also voice services • Operators still have significant investments in supporting Voice, in particular with IMS services – VoLTE or VoWiF • Users in most case do not know (or care) how the call is being made • Understanding and Benchmarking Voice Service performance directly on Smartphone between OTT Apps and Native Service performance is essential Page 8 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Call Setup Durations Call Setup Duration: 2,12 s VoWiFi Lowest OTT Call Setup Duration: 3,24 s Viber Highest OTT Call Setup Duration: 3,84 s Skype and Line Call Setup Duration: 2,58 s VoLTE Page 9 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Voice Quality – MOS MOS: 4,11 / 4,08 VoLTE and VoWiFi Highest OTT MOS: 2,78 Line Lowest OTT MOS: 1,77 WhatsAppMOS: 3,78 3G Page 10 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience E2E Message Durations E2E Message Duration: 0,38 s SMSoIP E2E Message Duration: 7,2 s 3G SMS Lowest OTT E2E Message Duration: 1,44 s Line Highest OTT E2E Message Duration: 3,08 s Viber Page 11 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience YouTube Service Performance MOS-B (measured on encrypted streams) – average 4,7 YouTube App Page 12 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Throughput Measurements Max DL Throughput: 191Mbps Max UL Throughput: 32Mbps RTT Average: 15ms SpeedTest App (LTE-A Network) Page 13 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Facebook and Instagram – Image Sharing Scenario: Share Image on Timeline Upload Duration: 9, 6 s Facebook App Scenario: Share Image Upload Duration: 6,5 s Instagram App Page 14 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Summary and Conclusion • There are two levels that need to be evaluated to determine OTT App QoE: • App Service Performance • App Performance • Many OTT Apps provide communication services – degradation in performance is typically associated with the network provider • VoLTE and VoWiFi show better performance in Call Setup times and Voice Quality compared to OTTs – is this enough ? • Integration in native dialers blurs the line between OTT and network provided service from the subscriber perspective • OTT Apps provide additional value, e.g. cross-platform applications Page 15 Quality of Service & Quality of Experience Thank you www.sigos.com info@sigos.com
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Score: 454309.47 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ne_Based_Testing_OTT_SIGOS.pdf
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SeminarCI_2011_CIS_Presentation_MBrand_S4_1 10/31/2011 1 Moscow, Russia, 9-11 November 2011 TESTING EXPERIENCE OF A1 - TELEKOM AUSTRIA Martin Brand (WP 4/11 Vice-chairman) ITU Forum on Conformance and Interoperability Testing in CIS and Europe Regions (Moscow, Russia, 9-11 November 2011 ) ETSI TC INT Vice Chairman TESTING EXPERIENCE OF A1 TELEKOM AUSTRIA 10/31/2011 2 • Used NGN Testing methods − Tested Interfaces − Interfaces which can be tested with conformance tests − Limitations of the strategy − Testing experiences − Tested Interconnection Interfaces − TTCN-3 test systems, a system with limits ? • QoS – QoS Testing experiences • Conclusions Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 3 Presentation Outline Used NGN testing methods 4Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 10/31/2011 3 IOT with Conformance Checking 5Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria Characteristics and limitations of Conformance Testing • Characteristics – Gives a high-level of confidence that the standardised parts of a product are working as specified – It is component (Black Box) testing – Requires a test system (i.e., executable test cases) – High degree of control and observation – Tests are thorough and accurate but limited in scope • Limitations – Does not necessarily prove interoperability with other products – Tests are focussed on part of a product – Test systems may be expensive Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 6 10/31/2011 4 7 A TTCN-3 latigid Conformance testing (of a network element) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 * 8 # Conformance testing (of terminal equipment) latigid TTCN-3 B Interoperability testing (of terninal equipment) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 * 8 # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 * 8 # TTCN-3TTCN-3 Used Conformance and Interoperability Testing configurations Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria Interfaces which can be tested with conformance tests Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 8 E-CSCF P-CSCF S-CSCF MGCF HSS Cx IP Multimedia Networks IMS- MGW CS Network Mn Mb Mg Mm MRFP Mb Mr Mb Legacy mobile signalling Networks I-CSCF Mw Mw Gm BGCF Mj Mi BGCF Mk Mk C, D, Gc, Gr UE Mb Mb Mb MRFC SLF Dx Mp CS CS Rx Mm LRF Ml Le BGCF Mi LCS Client Cx Dx Sh Ut Mw ISC IBCF Mx Mx Mx Ma Dh TrGW Izi Ici, Mm Ix Mg MRB ISC Cr Rc I4 AS EATF Mx 10/31/2011 5 • Due to the limited number of tested interfaces (e.g. no vertical interfaces), the full system conformity of all elements can not be ensured • As a consequence the system components which interfaces can not be tested (e.g. (...) Head acoustic Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 16 10/31/2011 9 • Terminal development • SIP phone test bed • UMA performance and handover analysis • Enterprise SLA validation • Echo canceller analysis • Jitter Buffer Tests • Train communications • DTMF Analysis • Regression testing • Conference bridge testing • Speech quality optimisation in all networks • Speech quality / load evaluation • Drive Test • Codec evaluation • Electro-Acoustic conformance • Network element development • Wireless handset comparison • Vendor selection • Echo simulation • Competitive analysis of cellular networks • DSP performance measurement Malden Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 17 • Key Features – ITU-T T.38 support – Predefined test scenarios for automating functionality, interoperability, and conformance testing – Protocol flow functions shaped as visual blocks, no programming or other script language is needed. – Simulate multiple IAFDs and fax gateways – T.30/T.38 Fax Protocol Analysis – T.30 signal trace extracted from T.38 packet trace IXIA Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 18 10/31/2011 10 GL Communication Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 19 The user applications (fax & modem) are mostly distorted due to: − end-to-end delay bigger than 100 ms − problems with not correct implemented Echo Cancellers and Jitter Buffers in the GW − not interoperable H.248 and SDP procedures within the network − T.38 is not sensible on the delay, but during the TDM- IP Transit Scenario with more TDM – IP segments T.38 does not work. − Not time synchronized network elements QoS Testing experiences Testing experience of A1 Telekom Austria 20 10/31/2011 11 • The conformity of the products from some vendors could be not supported.
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Score: 454285.84 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...S_Presentation_MBrand_S4_1.pdf
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Voices of the Hungry brochure - Measuring food insecurity through people's experiences The FAO initiative Voices of the Hungry measures food insecurity worldwide, using an experience-based tool that can easily be applied in many different contexts. The food insecurity experience scale - Development of a global standard for monitoring hunger worldwide The FAO Voices of the Hungry project developed an experience-based food insecurity scale module called the Food Insecurity Experience scale (FIES). (...) Measuring people’s food insecurity through their experiences. 2014 This brief PowerPoint presentation summarizes key aspects of the Voices of the Hungry Project and the concept underlying the Food Insecurity Experience Scale.
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Score: 453695.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ungry/resources/background/en/
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Alcoff criticizes attempts to explain experience as only constituted by macrostructures because they do not properly take into account vivid, personal experience. It is important to pay attention to the descriptions of embodied experience in addition to the different discursive representations that are formulated about such experiences. (...) Delving into the Nuances of Reproductive Experiences Each woman’s situation and experience is singular, yet connected to other women’s experiences.
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Score: 453629.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ty_of_Reproductive_Experie.pdf
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Brazil’s experience Carlos Rodríguez, INE Uruguay. Uruguay’s experience Silvia Elizabeth Lugo, DGEEC, Paraguay’s experience Joaquín Montoya, DIGESTYC. (...) Mexico’s experience Mariana Balboni, CGIB. Comparison of two experiences (2005 y 2006) Eyra de Ramos, DEC, Panama. (...) Mexico’s experience Pablo Tactuk, Dominican Republic’s experience Discussion How to approach the measurement of ICT in education?
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Score: 453373.63 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...panama06/material/Agenda_E.pdf
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Location     Food exchange corridor for aquaculture, poultry, agricultural and ecotourism products History and location of the experience The experience is located in San Bernardo del Viento, a municipality in the department of Córdoba. (...) Ubicación     Piaroa indigenous people's spiritual tourism experience History and location of the experience The spiritual tourism experience is located on the border between Colombia and Venezuela, on the banks of the Orinoco River, in the department of Vichada. The experience is offered by the Piaroa indigenous people, also called Wothuja.
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Score: 453319.63 - https://www.fao.org/americas/p.../digital-villages/colombia/en/
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Tel: Fax: Email: +1 972 894 4045 +1 972 894 4589 jani.lainema@nokia.com Title: Core Experiment results on Low Complexity Loop Filtering Purpose: Information / Proposal _____________________________ 1 Introduction This document reports the results of the Core Experiment on Low Complexity Loop Filtering (defined in VCEG-L40). 2 Results Six experiments were carried out according to the common test conditions (VCEG-L38). (...) Full simulation results and additional PSNR curves comparing Experiments 1 and 6 can be found in the accompanying spreadsheet VCEG-M21.xls . 2.1 Experiment 1: TML 5.9 Loop Filter Following table summarises the complexity of the TML 5.9 loop filter: Table 1: TML 5.9 Loop Filter complexity (operations per Macroblock) QP Cont Fore News Sile Pari Mobi Temp Average Worst case 16 2247 7071 2807 2985 3110 6330 6306 4408 28544 20 1455 6657 2548 2751 2754 5947 5289 3914 28544 24 1050 6098 2207 2362 2310 4902 4014 3278 28544 28 814 5739 1951 2059 1993 4030 3227 2830 28544 Average 1392 6391 2378 2539 2542 5302 4709 3608 28544 2.2 Experiment 2: Software optimizations In this experiment TML 5.9 loop filter software was optimized. (...) Reasonable complexity reductions were achieved especially on color rich sequences as seen below. Table 7: Experiment 5 complexity relative to Experiment 2 complexity QP Cont Fore News Sile Pari Mobi Temp Average Worst case 16 1.14 0.97 0.99 1.00 0.92 0.95 0.98 0.99 1.00 20 1.09 0.95 0.97 0.99 0.93 0.88 0.94 0.96 1.00 24 1.06 0.94 0.94 0.98 0.91 0.76 0.87 0.92 1.00 28 1.01 0.93 0.92 0.96 0.87 0.67 0.81 0.88 1.00 Average 1.08 0.95 0.95 0.98 0.91 0.82 0.90 0.94 1.00 Table 8: Experiment 5 PSNR differences with respect to TML 5.9 Cont Fore News Sile Pari Mobi Temp Average Luma Sweet Spot 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.01 0.01 Luma Total -0.01 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.01 0.01 Chroma Sweet Spot N/A -0.01 N/A -0.03 0.03 0.10 0.02 0.02 Chroma Total N/A -0.01 N/A -0.05 0.02 0.09 0.01 0.01 Table 9: Summary of Experiment 5 results Average Complexity Reduction 6% Luma PSNR improvement (sweet spot) 0.01 Luma PSNR improvement 0.01 Chroma PSNR improvement (sweet spot) 0.02 Chroma PSNR improvement 0.01 2.6 Experiment 6: All the optimizations combined In this experiment all the optimizations mentioned above were integrated to the TML 5.9.
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Score: 453088.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0104_Aus/VCEG-M21.doc
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Minimum requirements to apply -German citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Two to four years of professional experience after graduation. For additional information, click here .   (...) Minimum requirements to apply -South Korean citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Minimum of two years of relevant work experience.   Spain Spain sponsors its JPOs for a duration of 2 years. (...) Minimum requirements -U.S. citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Minimum of two years of relevant work experience. For more information, please visit the US Government website .
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Score: 452896.8 - https://www.unicef.org/careers/jpo-selection-criteria
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