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It highlights their contributions, and shares highlights of their experiences, current work, and future aspirations. COOP Champions Kerryn Krige, ILO DWT/CO-Pretoria 22 July 2019 COOP Champions features ILO colleagues from around the world working on cooperatives and other social and solidarity economy enterprises. (...) It highlights their contributions, and shares highlights of their experiences, current work, and future aspirations. COOP Champions Sandra Yu, ILO DWT Bangkok 29 November 2017 COOP Champions features ILO colleagues from around the world working on cooperatives and other social and solidarity economy enterprises. It highlights their contributions, and shares highlights of their experiences, current work, and future aspirations. COOP Champions Yumi Nabeshima, ILO Tokyo 26 September 2017 COOP Champions features ILO colleagues from around the world working on cooperatives and other social and solidarity economy enterprises.
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Score: 835528.9 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...p-champions/lang--en/index.htm
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The group’s activities during this week can be summarized as follows: We agreed on the scope and goals of our work effort We defined our workplan schedule We reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts We adopted guidelines and test conditions for use in experiments and proposals We adopted a simulation test model definition to use as the basis for experiments We collaborated jointly with the H.263L and Mobile Video groups We reviewed 12 technical proposals for algorithm and syntax features We identified 9 key technical areas for core experiment definition We appointed coordinators for rapid (within two weeks) definition of core experiments in each identified key technical area We completed the definition of core experiments in 3 of the 9 technical areas The following sections describe these activities in greater detail. (...) Guidelines and Test Conditions for H.263+ Work The group reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts: Document Company Subject Summary LBC-96-104 PictureTel Proposed Goals and Schedule LBC-96-111 Iterated Systems Guidelines for Core Experiments LBC-96-112 Iterated Systems Display Formats and Video Delay Display The following guidelines and reference test model were adopted to guide the work of those wishing to make H.263+ contributions: Email communications for our group will be conducted using the “advanced video” email reflector provided by Iterated Systems: sg15_lbc_adv_video@listserv.iterated.com The reference test model, currently TMN6 as described in LBC-96-141 should be used as a basis for core experiment comparisons The exchange of software among the members of the group is encouraged for easing the burden on those wishing to make contributions However, core experimenters should not exchange software to implement the tested features of the experiment (in order to aid work on developing written descriptions of the features by ensuring that descriptions provide sufficient information for unambiguous interpretation) At least two companies are expected to perform any core experiment prior to the adoption of a tested feature into H.263+ Proposers of core experiments are expected to provide draft text for writing the H.263+ recommendation description of the tested feature Decoding of bitstreams is expected from core experimenters prior to reporting results (in order to ensure proper testing of the associated syntax features) Fixed frame rate, fixed QP tests are useful for evaluating compression efficiency performance The possibility of interactions between optional features of the H.263+ syntax will be considered and evaluated Additional test condition recommendations (including recommended test sequence data, frame rates, and display conditions) are adopted per the report of the video test conditions special task group LBC-96-138, and further refined as a result of discussions in the H.263L meeting. (...) The group agreed that these areas were worthy of further investigation, and appointed a coordinator to provide a core experiment description for each. The coordinators volunteered to provide these C.E. descriptions to the group (via email or current meeting contribution) within two weeks, and several of them have in fact already fulfilled this commitment as noted below: Technical Feature Area Related Doc.
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Score: 817703.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ideo-site/9604_Dal/report1.doc
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The group’s activities during this week can be summarized as follows: We agreed on the scope and goals of our work effort We defined our workplan schedule We reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts We adopted guidelines and test conditions for use in experiments and proposals We adopted a simulation test model definition to use as the basis for experiments We collaborated jointly with the H.263L and Mobile Video groups We reviewed 12 technical proposals for algorithm and syntax features We identified 9 key technical areas for core experiment definition We appointed coordinators for rapid (within two weeks) definition of core experiments in each identified key technical area We completed the definition of core experiments in 3 of the 9 technical areas The following sections describe these activities in greater detail. (...) Guidelines and Test Conditions for H.263+ Work The group reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts: Document Company Subject Summary LBC-96-104 PictureTel Proposed Goals and Schedule LBC-96-111 Iterated Systems Guidelines for Core Experiments LBC-96-112 Iterated Systems Display Formats and Video Delay Display The following guidelines and reference test model were adopted to guide the work of those wishing to make H.263+ contributions: Email communications for our group will be conducted using the “advanced video” email reflector provided by Iterated Systems: sg15_lbc_adv_video@listserv.iterated.com The reference test model, currently TMN6 as described in LBC-96-141 should be used as a basis for core experiment comparisons The exchange of software among the members of the group is encouraged for easing the burden on those wishing to make contributions However, core experimenters should not exchange software to implement the tested features of the experiment (in order to aid work on developing written descriptions of the features by ensuring that descriptions provide sufficient information for unambiguous interpretation) At least two companies are expected to perform any core experiment prior to the adoption of a tested feature into H.263+ Proposers of core experiments are expected to provide draft text for writing the H.263+ recommendation description of the tested feature Decoding of bitstreams is expected from core experimenters prior to reporting results (in order to ensure proper testing of the associated syntax features) Fixed frame rate, fixed QP tests are useful for evaluating compression efficiency performance The possibility of interactions between optional features of the H.263+ syntax will be considered and evaluated Additional test condition recommendations (including recommended test sequence data, frame rates, and display conditions) are adopted per the report of the video test conditions special task group LBC-96-138, and further refined as a result of discussions in the H.263L meeting. (...) The group agreed that these areas were worthy of further investigation, and appointed a coordinator to provide a core experiment description for each. The coordinators volunteered to provide these C.E. descriptions to the group (via email or current meeting contribution) within two weeks, and several of them have in fact already fulfilled this commitment as noted below: Technical Feature Area Related Doc.
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Score: 817703.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9604_Dal/lbc96149.doc
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The group's activities during this week can be summarized as follows: a) We agreed on the scope and goals of our work effort b) We defined our workplan schedule c) We reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts d) We adopted guidelines and test conditions for use in experiments and proposals e) We adopted a simulation test model definition to use as the basis for experiments f) We collaborated jointly with the H.263L and Mobile Video groups g) We reviewed 12 technical proposals for algorithm and syntax features h) We identified 9 key technical areas for core experiment definition i) We appointed coordinators for rapid (within two weeks) definition of core experiments in each identified key technical area j) We completed the definition of core experiments in 3 of the 9 technical areas The following sections describe these activities in greater detail. 2. (...) Guidelines and Test Conditions for H.263+ Work The group reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts: Document Company Subject Summary LBC-96-104 PictureTel Proposed Goals and Schedule LBC-96-111 Iterated Systems Guidelines for Core Experiments LBC-96-112 Iterated Systems Display Formats and Video Delay Display The following guidelines and reference test model were adopted to guide the work of those wishing to make H.263+ contributions: a) Email communications for our group will be conducted using the advanced video email reflector provided by Iterated Systems: sg15_lbc_adv_video@listserv.iterated.com b) The reference test model, currently TMN6 as described in LBC-96-141 should be used as a basis for core experiment comparisons c) The exchange of software among the members of the group is encouraged for easing the burden on those wishing to make contributions d) However, core experimenters should not exchange software to implement the tested features of the experiment (in order to aid work on developing written descriptions of the features by ensuring that descriptions provide sufficient information for unambiguous interpretation) e) At least two companies are expected to perform any core experiment prior to the adoption of a tested feature into H.263+ f) Proposers of core experiments are expected to provide draft text for writing the H.263+ recommendation description of the tested feature g) Decoding of bitstreams is expected from core experimenters prior to reporting results (in order to ensure proper testing of the associated syntax features) h) Fixed frame rate, fixed QP tests are useful for evaluating compression efficiency performance i) The possibility of interactions between optional features of the H.263+ syntax will be considered and evaluated j) Additional test condition recommendations (including recommended test sequence data, frame rates, and display conditions) are adopted per the report of the video test conditions special task group LBC-96-138, and further refined as a result of discussions in the H.263L meeting. (...) The group agreed that these areas were worthy of further investigation, and appointed a coordinator to provide a core experiment description for each. The coordinators volunteered to provide these C.E. descriptions to the group (via email or current meeting contribution) within two weeks, and several of them have in fact already fulfilled this commitment as noted below: Technical Feature Area Related Doc.
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Score: 813316.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ideo-site/9604_Dal/report1.txt
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The group's activities during this week can be summarized as follows: a) We agreed on the scope and goals of our work effort b) We defined our workplan schedule c) We reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts d) We adopted guidelines and test conditions for use in experiments and proposals e) We adopted a simulation test model definition to use as the basis for experiments f) We collaborated jointly with the H.263L and Mobile Video groups g) We reviewed 12 technical proposals for algorithm and syntax features h) We identified 9 key technical areas for core experiment definition i) We appointed coordinators for rapid (within two weeks) definition of core experiments in each identified key technical area j) We completed the definition of core experiments in 3 of the 9 technical areas The following sections describe these activities in greater detail. 2. (...) Guidelines and Test Conditions for H.263+ Work The group reviewed 3 contributions providing guidance for the conduct of our efforts: Document Company Subject Summary LBC-96-104 PictureTel Proposed Goals and Schedule LBC-96-111 Iterated Systems Guidelines for Core Experiments LBC-96-112 Iterated Systems Display Formats and Video Delay Display The following guidelines and reference test model were adopted to guide the work of those wishing to make H.263+ contributions: a) Email communications for our group will be conducted using the advanced video email reflector provided by Iterated Systems: sg15_lbc_adv_video@listserv.iterated.com b) The reference test model, currently TMN6 as described in LBC-96-141 should be used as a basis for core experiment comparisons c) The exchange of software among the members of the group is encouraged for easing the burden on those wishing to make contributions d) However, core experimenters should not exchange software to implement the tested features of the experiment (in order to aid work on developing written descriptions of the features by ensuring that descriptions provide sufficient information for unambiguous interpretation) e) At least two companies are expected to perform any core experiment prior to the adoption of a tested feature into H.263+ f) Proposers of core experiments are expected to provide draft text for writing the H.263+ recommendation description of the tested feature g) Decoding of bitstreams is expected from core experimenters prior to reporting results (in order to ensure proper testing of the associated syntax features) h) Fixed frame rate, fixed QP tests are useful for evaluating compression efficiency performance i) The possibility of interactions between optional features of the H.263+ syntax will be considered and evaluated j) Additional test condition recommendations (including recommended test sequence data, frame rates, and display conditions) are adopted per the report of the video test conditions special task group LBC-96-138, and further refined as a result of discussions in the H.263L meeting. (...) The group agreed that these areas were worthy of further investigation, and appointed a coordinator to provide a core experiment description for each. The coordinators volunteered to provide these C.E. descriptions to the group (via email or current meeting contribution) within two weeks, and several of them have in fact already fulfilled this commitment as noted below: Technical Feature Area Related Doc.
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Score: 813316.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9604_Dal/lbc96149.txt
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On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE). (...) On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE). (...) On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE).
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Score: 805574.95 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top.../interviews/lang--en/index.htm
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On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE). (...) On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE). (...) On this occasion, the ILO COOP 100 Interview series features past and present ILO colleagues and key partners who were closely engaged in the ILO's work on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy (SSE).
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Score: 805574.95 - www.ilo.org/global/topi.../interviews/lang--en/index.htm
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The AR solution needs to automatically arrange plane detection is deployed by means of anchors and feature the selected furniture in a defined 3D space which requires points. (...) Feature points are the parameters like change in position, rotation, and scaling distinctive features in each frame of the system. (...) The latency becomes a features include different planes, textures, and colors. critical factor not only in the user’s experience, but also in Marker-less tracking is deployed via SLAM [15] which uses system performance considering available limited natural features of the physical environment to detect computational resources in handheld devices.
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Score: 801523.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page102.html
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By January 2010, work underway at Study Group 6 (Broadcasting service) set out a roadmap in Report ITU-R BT.2160 - 'Features of 3DTV video systems for broadcasting' , for highly advanced new broadcasting systems that mimic real-life visual experience and which outlines a roadmap for future 3D TV implementation and envisages systems so smart they accurately mimic the way our eyes and brains perceive the visual world. (...) The second generation will provide for multiple views, with head movement changing the view, for a viewing experience that more closely mimics real life.   The third generation will feature systems that record the amplitude, frequency, and phase of light waves, to reproduce almost completely human beings’ natural viewing environment. (...) "This new Report ITU-R BT.2160 - 'Features of 3DTV video systems for broadcasting' , establishes a clear framework for the development of new types of systems that will totally change the way we experience broadcast and multimedia content," said Valery Timofeev, Director of ITU’s Radiocommunication Bureau.
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Score: 799425.6 - https://www.itu.int/net/ITU-R/...motion/e-flash/4/article6.html
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