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Because there is no “feedback channel” in this use case, the capture device does not know which perspective the end user will take; thus capture must be complete (i.e. from every perspective). (...) In this case, rather than rendering all the captured video, a particular view is extracted according to sensory feedback from the viewing apparatus. Such feedback occurs continually, so that as the viewer moves his or her eyes or turns his or her head, a different view is projected. (...) The next-generation video codec shall enable efficient extraction of a desired perspective from the compressed bit stream.
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DRAFT CATALOGUE AND GUIDANCE ON POLICY SUPPORT TOOLS AND METHODOLOGIES (DELIVERABLE 4 (C))
They will also support the Platform by providing regular feedback on the content and use of the catalogue; (e) Target group 5: other (potential) users. (...) The catalogue will not be complete if it is deprived of ways of receiving input and feedback from users belonging to the broader community (target group 5). This public feedback layer has the highest degree of permeability and allows registered users of the catalogue to assess, comment on and propose new content regarding specific policy support tools or methodologies. 14.
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Middle East You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Provisional Agenda   Day 1: 20 April 2015   0800-0830 Registration 0830-0855 OPENING CEREMONY - Welcome address ·          Mandate and objectives of GLADs ·          Assembly resolution and Council decisions ·          Expectations of engagement for GLADs 0855-0920 PRESENTATION - Overview of ICAO’s environment work ·          Aviation and environment ·          Aspirational goals and basket of measures ·          State Action Plans and capacity-building ·          Role in global climate change policy, relationship with UNFCCC 0920-0940 PRESENTATION - Aviation e missions trends ·          Current situation and future scenarios (Trends) ·          Contribution of the basket of measures to the reduction of emissions ·          Gap between the aspirational goals and the implementation of other measures 0940-1000 Coffee 1000-1030 PRESENTATION - Market-based measures ·          Introduction to MBMs ·          Types of MBMs ·          Overview of MBMs worldwide 1030-1110 PRESENTATION - Key elements for an aviation MBM ·          Overview of common elements in a global MBM scheme ·          ICAO process to develop a global MBM and roadmap to A39 1110-1130 PRESENTATION - Industry’s perspectives 1130-1200 Coffee Break – Light Lunch 1200-1400 1st DIALOGUE Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the first dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1400-1440 1st DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1440-1445 Wrap up for Day 2   Day 2: 21 April 2015   0830-0845 Recap of Day 1 0845-1045   2nd DIALOGUE ·          Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the second dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1045-1130 2nd DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1130-1200 Coffee Break-Light Lunch 1200-1400 PANEL DISCUSSION 1400-1430 Wrap up     Presentations   1.
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Score: 793365.04 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/GLADs-2015/Pages/MID-2015.aspx
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Advanced ATM Techniques Symposium and Workshops You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Meetings & Events / Advanced ATM Techniques Symposium and Workshops Agenda as of 1 November (FINAL) Accomodation ATM infoKit AATM Participants List Information for Delegates Fact Sheet Feedback Survey Presentations Presentations Day 1 Presentations Day 2 Presentations Day 3 SL 13/45 EN - English FR - Français SP - Español RU - Русский AR - العربية ​ ZH - 中文​ Sponsorship and Exhibition Media Partners and Supporting Organizations Other Events Advanced ATM Techniques Symposium and Workshops       Date:                                              4 - 6 November 2013   Location:                                       ICAO Headquarters, Montréal   Registration :                                   at ICAO Headquarters Friday, 01 November 2013: 1400 - 1700                                                       Monday, 04 November 2013: 0745 - 1200   for further Information on Registration , please click here               Online Feedback Form ​ Event Information Page Image Image Caption Resume Page Content Aviation professionals who should attend include: Air Navigation service providers Rule-making authorities Training organizations Other stakeholders                                    ​ ​                         HOW TO ​ ​ ​ ​Use Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM).
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Score: 793365.04 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/AdvancedATM/Pages/default.aspx
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​Asia Pacific You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Provisional Agenda   Day 1: 23 April 2015    0800-0830 Registration 0830-0855 OPENING CEREMONY - Welcome address ·          Mandate and objectives of GLADs ·          Assembly resolution and Council decisions ·          Expectations of engagement for GLADs 0855-0920 PRESENTATION - Overview of ICAO’s environment work ·          Aviation and environment ·          Aspirational goals and basket of measures ·          State Action Plans and capacity-building ·          Role in global climate change policy, relationship with UNFCCC 0920-0940 PRESENTATION - Aviation e missions trends ·          Current situation and future scenarios (Trends) ·          Contribution of the basket of measures to the reduction of emissions ·          Gap between the aspirational goals and the implementation of other measures 0940-1010 PRESENTATION - Market-based measures ·          Introduction to MBMs ·          Types of MBMs ·          Overview of MBMs worldwide 1010-1030 Coffee 1030-1110 PRESENTATION - Key elements for an aviation MBM ·          Overview of common elements in a global MBM scheme ·          ICAO process to develop a global MBM and roadmap to A39 1110-1130 PRESENTATION - Industry’s perspectives 1130-1300 Lunch 1300-1525 1st DIALOGUE Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the first dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1525-1540 Coffee 1540-1625 1st DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1625-1630 Wrap up for Day 2 1630-1830 Social Programme – Organized by Singapore (Buses to off site event depart at 1645) 1830-2030 Dinner – Hosted by Singapore ​2030 ​Buses to St Regis, depart at 2030   Day 2: 24 April 2015   0900-0915 Recap of Day 1 0915-1030   2nd DIALOGUE   Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the second dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1030-1045 Coffee 1045-1115 2nd DIALOGUE – Discussion Continued 1115-1200 2nd DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1200-1330 Lunch 1330-1530 PANEL DISCUSSION 1530-1600 Wrap up       Presentations     1.
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Score: 793365.04 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...LADs-2015/Pages/APAC-2015.aspx
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Americas You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Provisional Agenda   Day 1: 9 April 2015   0830-0900 Registration 0900-0925 OPENING CEREMONY - Welcome address ·          Mandate and objectives of GLADs ·          Assembly resolution and Council decisions ·          Expectations of engagement for GLADs 0925-0950 PRESENTATION - Overview of ICAO’s environment work ·          Aviation and environment ·          Aspirational goals and basket of measures ·          State Action Plans and capacity-building ·          Role in global climate change policy, relationship with UNFCCC 0950-1010 PRESENTATION - Aviation e missions trends ·          Current situation and future scenarios (Trends) ·        Contribution of the basket of measures to the reduction of emissions ·          Gap between the aspirational goals and the implementation of other measures 1010-1030 Coffee 1030-1100 PRESENTATION - Market-based measures ·          Introduction to MBMs ·          Types of MBMs ·          Overview of MBMs worldwide 1100-1140 PRESENTATION - Key elements for an aviation MBM ·          Overview of common elements in a global MBM scheme ·          ICAO process to develop a global MBM and roadmap to A39 1140-1200 PRESENTATION - Industry’s perspectives 1200-1330 Lunch 1330-1515 1st DIALOGUE ·          Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the first dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1515-1530 Coffee 1530-1610 1st DIALOGUE –    Discussion continued 1610-1655 1st DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1655-1700 Wrap up for Day 2   Day 2: 10 April 2015   0900-0915 Recap of Day 1 0915-1030   2nd DIALOGUE ·          Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the second dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1030-1045 Coffee 1045-1115 2nd DIALOGUE – Discussion Continued 1115-1200 2nd DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1200-1330 Lunch 1330-1530 PANEL DISCUSSION 1530-1600 Wrap up       Presentations   1. 
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Africa You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Provisional Agenda   Day 1: 14 April 2015   0830-0900 Registration 0900-0925 OPENING CEREMONY - Welcome address · Mandate and objectives of GLADs · Assembly resolution and Council decisions · Expectations of engagement for GLADs 0925-0950 PRESENTATION - Overview of ICAO’s environment work · Aviation and environment · Aspirational goals and basket of measures · State Action Plans and capacity-building · Role in global climate change policy, relationship with UNFCCC 0950-1010 PRESENTATION - Aviation e missions trends · Current situation and future scenarios (Trends) · Contribution of the basket of measures to the reduction of emissions · Gap between the aspirational goals and the implementation of other measures 1010-1030 Coffee 1030-1100 PRESENTATION - Market-based measures · Introduction to MBMs · Types of MBMs · Overview of MBMs worldwide 1100-1140 PRESENTATION - Key elements for an aviation MBM · Overview of common elements in a global MBM scheme · ICAO process to develop a global MBM and roadmap to A39 1140-1200 PRESENTATION - Industry’s perspectives 1200-1330 Lunch 1330-1515 1st DIALOGUE · Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the first dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1515-1530 Coffee 1530-1610 1st DIALOGUE – Discussion continued 1610-1655 1st DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1655-1700 Wrap up for Day 2   Day 2: 15 April 2015   0900-0915 Recap of Day 1 0915-1030   2nd DIALOGUE · Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the second dialogue theme and report back to the plenary. 1030-1045 Coffee 1045-1115 2nd DIALOGUE – Discussion Continued 1115-1200 2nd DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary 1200-1330 Lunch 1330-1530 PANEL DISCUSSION 1530-1600 Wrap up      Presentations   1.
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Score: 793365.04 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/GLADs-2015/Pages/Africa.aspx
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Economic Regulation You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | Français | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Case studies will be posted in the language(s) in which they are submitted to ICAO.   Feedback   ICAO welcomes feedback from national authorities and other users including comments on the value, usefulness and presentations included in this database of case studies.    
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Score: 793365.04 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab..._Databases_Liberalization.aspx
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ACTIVITIES OF THE EVALUATION GROUP : REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Evaluation Group (EVG) of the Office of the Comptroller General (OCG) has overall responsibility for providing analytical and objective feedback to management on the relevance, efficiency and results of UNIDO’s programmes/projects for the purpose of accountability vis-à-vis all stakeholders and for enabling the improvement of the quality of design and delivery of current and future UNIDO services. 2. (...) ACTION TAKEN BY THE SECRETARIAT A selection of action taken by the Secretariat to follow up on evaluation findings, recom- mendations and lessons learned Evaluation feedback 32. Evaluation feedback has traditionally been a challenge for UNIDO and United Nations organizations at large. Evaluation feedback involves targeted dissemination of findings and ensuring that recommen- dations are actively followed up and lessons learned incorporated into new operations. 33.
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