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The FCD implicit weighting factors are ideal for linear fades, only for certain reference picture distances. (...) For linear fades with other reference picture spacing, (2, -1) and (1/2, 1/2) reference picture weighting factors are not ideal. Explicit mode can provide better weighting factors in this case, where the ideal weighting factor for each reference picture is selected and transmitted once per slice. A decision was made to transmit weighting factors once per slice rather than once per picture in the FCD, so the extra overhead for transmitting weighting factors for explicit mode becomes more significant.
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Score: 824075.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2002_10_Geneva/JVT-E060.doc
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The FCD implicit weighting factors are ideal for linear fades, only for certain reference picture distances. (...) For linear fades with other reference picture spacing, (2, -1) and (1/2, 1/2) reference picture weighting factors are not ideal. Explicit mode can provide better weighting factors in this case, where the ideal weighting factor for each reference picture is selected and transmitted once per slice. A decision was made to transmit weighting factors once per slice rather than once per picture in the FCD, so the extra overhead for transmitting weighting factors for explicit mode becomes more significant.
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Score: 824075.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../2002_10_Geneva/JVT-E060r1.doc
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As users can supplement the role of assets and employees in contributing to the profits of the enterprise, user contribution could be included as a factor in addition to the other three factors - i.e., sales (demand side factor), employees and assets (supply side factors). (...) The market price, as well the volume of sales, both result from the interaction of demand and supply within a market, and are contributed to by factors on both the demand side and the supply side. (...) Further, discussion on value creation could involve consideration of “location savings”, a concept of value creation that is accepted by many developing countries, including emerging countries. It includes factors such as the lower costs of labour and real estate in most developing countries, which are seen as contributing an often unrecognized value to the multinational that arguably should be accounted for in transfer pricing analysis.
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Score: 823503.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...tion-issues-digitalization.pdf
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The session on "Unemployment in western Europe" will focus on the range of possible factors which have contributed to the persistent unemployment problem and on the existing controversies over their relative importance. (...) The session on "Unemployment in the transition economies" will review and evaluate the range of factors (such as the need for economy-wide reallocation of resources, the transformational recession and the accompanying erosion of human capital) which have contributed to the chronically high unemployment in the transition economies. (...) The session on "Increasing the size and the quality of the domestic labour force will explore the factors that contribute to (past and projected) changes in labour supply in the ECE region; discuss the linkage between population growth and economic growth; review and evaluate the possibilities of increasing labour force growth and discuss the importance of human capital for the absorptive capacity and international competitiveness of an economy.
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Score: 818952.93 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2002/02gen07e.htm
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Are there external costs/benefits (Example: economic actors that benefit without contributing to the costs)? Are there any lessons learned/crucial success factors to ensure the financing for development and maintenance of the system? (...) How will they affect the security of borders? Crucial Success Factors Success factors Joint Government/Industry participation in the regulatory process Simple, elegant and industry acceptable technological solutions Limiting Factors Political Leadership Industry fears Lack of agreed standards Success factors: From your experience what are the top five crucial success factors (such as national Champion, Government support, PPP, community integration…). Limitations: What are the limiting factors right now (what prevents more users to use the system, what hinders a wide spread uses of paperless trade, the cross border exchange of digital documents)?
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Score: 817563.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ations/day2/MarcusHallside.pps
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PowerPoint Presentation Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health Stakeholder meeting C b di Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health  Global review  10 high performing countries – including Cambodia  Objective: identify policy and program inputs – both in the health sector and in sectors outside of health - that have led to declines in maternal and child mortality  Study partners: PMNCH, WHO, WB, USAID, JHSPH, LSHTM and others Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health  Aims to synthesize country experience on what factors contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality  The focus on how countries achieved the improvements; with an emphasis on policy and program management best practices  Lessons learned from success factors should contribute to the post 2015 agenda Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health - process 1. Success factors analysis: review of existing local data, technical and program reports, policy documents; interviews with key informants (completed) 2. Development of draft summary of success factors (completed) 3. Review of draft by all stakeholders – to ensure that all data are accurate and that key factors have been identified – endorsement of draft (to be completed) Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health – Cambodia’s experience will help define post-2015 approaches • Post-2015 consultations, including a side session at the 2014 World Health Assembly in May 2014 • Partners’ Forum, co-hosted by PMNCH, iERG, Countdown to 2015 and A Promise Renewed, in Johannesburg in June, 2014 where the final report will launched • Journal series – to disseminate findings widely (writing in October 2014) Despite Challenges Cambodia is - 1 of 10 high performing countries globally and is on track to achieving MDG 4 Reduce child mortality MDG 5 Reduce maternal mortality 10 countries that have accelerated progress 7 Source: Success Factors booklet.
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Score: 816688.57 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...mbodia_presentation_murray.pdf
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[149]  Analysis of influencing factors to the process of migration telecommunication networks from IPv4 to IPv6   Français   Español     Home : ITU-D : SG 01 RAPPORTEUR GROUPS : Contributions : 149 Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [149]  Analysis of influencing factors to the process of migration telecommunication networks from IPv4 to IPv6 Format Size Posted English Word   47352 bytes 2016-04-04 [149] Revision 1 Word   48091 bytes 2016-02-23 [149]  Français Word   70643 bytes 2016-03-22 [149]    Document : ITU-D SG 01 RAPPORTEUR GROUPS  Contribution  149 Title : Analysis of influencing factors to the process of migration telecommunication networks from IPv4 to IPv6 Date : 2016-02-17 Source : Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications n.a.
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Score: 814188 - https://www.itu.int/md/D14-SG01.RGQ-C-0149
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The work of FFA has contributed to our members achieving a marked increase in the overall contribution of the fisheries harvest sector to their GDPs, rising 25% between 2011 and 2012 alone. The EEZs of FFA members provide around 40% of the global supply of tuna for canning, contributing a healthy, easily stored and relatively low-cost protein food to the world.This sector also makes a significant contribution to Pacific Island food supplies, particularly in urban centres. (...) The stock status remains above levels considered biologically unsustainable, and these factors combined mean that the international consensus required to bring about management change is not possible given nation’s diverse economic, social and environmental values.
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Score: 813983.15 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...bly/contributions_2015/FFA.pdf
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As a dynamic natural system, soils are made up of the following components: inorganic mineral particles (sand, silt and clay, gravel, stones and rock), organic matter, air, water and living organisms. The specific contribution of these different components to the soil system has a prominent effect on soil functions and depends on soil type, and its related forming factors.   (...) There are many different factors that come together to create soils, and the process can take thousands of years to reach an equilibrium. The main soil forming factors are: climate, topography, parent material, time and biological factors (plants, animals, micro-organisms and humans).
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Score: 812295.07 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015/faq/en/
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An estimated 24% of the global disease burden and 23% of all deaths can be attributed to environmental factors. Of the 102 major diseases, disease groupings and injuries covered by the World Health Report in 2004, environmental risk factors contributed to disease burden in 85 categories. (...) 11 E X E C U T I V E S U M M A R Y Reducing the disease burden of environmental risk factors will contribute significantly to the Millennium Development Goals. (...) Minimizing exposures to environmental risk factors indirectly contributes to poverty reduction, because many environmentally mediated diseases result in lost earnings.
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Score: 812227.15 - https://www.who.int/quantifyin...blications/prevdisexecsume.pdf
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