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Information content: (all values are maximum) Compression algorithms supported V42bis, V44,MNP5 ,None V42bis BTLZ dictionary size x V42bis string length x V44 transmit codewords x V44 receive codewords x V44 transmit string length x V44 receive string length x V44 transmit history buffer size x V44 receive history buffer size x Others TBD No compression gateways may also exchange a message during this period but the functionality will be slightly different. (...) Receive speed x Transmit speed x V44 transmit codewords x V44 receive codewords x V44 transmit string length x V44 receive string length x V44 transmit history buffer size x V44 receive history buffer size x V42bis BTLZ dictionary size x V42bis string length x Others TBD Figure 1 Agreed V.MoIP gateways shall exchange data during call setup using external signaling. (...) PCM01-050 1 Gateway Information Exchange for V.MoIP 4 PCM01-050
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Score: 962102.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...01-2004/0110_Dub/PCM01-050.doc
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Cultural exchange beyond narrow political boundaries stimulates intelligent curiosity and creative imagination. (...) The Silk Roads, therefore, should be viewed not only as avenues for the exchange of discrete cultural traits but also as channels for the exchange of symbolic meanings.” (...) Historical materials also present the records of the cultural exchange in the ancient time. Some Islamic old books on history and geography indicate the Silla Kingdom, and read that Islamic people travelled or went to Silla.
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Score: 914149 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ilk-road-routes/republic-korea
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 Page 52 - Trust in ICT 2017           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 52 - Trust in ICT 2017 P. 52 1 Trust in ICT 6.2.5.1.1 Social Patterns Exchange is a central and traditional object within the social sciences, notably in economics science where market exchange analyses circulation of goods and services between agents (exchange is trust regulated, that is to say mostly unknown individuals are implicated), thus in sociology and in anthropology where the key concept is social exchange, which gathers all kinds of non-economics exchange between individuals. (...) In one hand, the social distance that separates two individuals: this social distance can be loose in the case of a market or an organization (this is the reason why the contract - commercial or labour - is so important to support exchange between unknowns). Or, at the opposite, this distance can be strong as often in the case of the family (included friends, neighbours, and other kind of strong social bonds and where exchange is gift- regulated) and network (as a community of individuals that share something like a life experience, an interest in something, etc.) where familiarity, real or virtual, allows individuals to exchange without contracts. On the other hand, the degree of structure of the institution defines the degree of liberty of which the actors can dispose in order to exchange (notably the choice of the partner and the nature of exchanged things).
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Score: 908568.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page52.html
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Documents on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi: The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to 19th Century | UNESCO Skip to main content English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Português O’zbek Enter your keywords Search Leave this field blank You must enable JavaScript to view the search results. menu login Member States Staff Intranet UNESCO Building peace in the minds of men and women Toggle navigation In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? Director-General Governance Transparency Internal Oversight Service Key Figures & Budget Funding needs & data What we do Expertise Education Culture Natural Sciences Social and Human Sciences Communication & Information Major Initiatives Revive the Spirit of Mosul Futures of Education Fostering freedom of expression Building knowledge societies Sustainable Cities Preventing violent extremism Our commitment to biodiversity Advancing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Specialized Areas Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Education Monitoring Report Global Priorities Africa Gender Equality Where we work Member States Field Offices National Commissions Ocean & Climate Platform Networks International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities – ICCAR UNESCO Associated Schools Network Education for Sustainable Development Network UNITWIN – UNESCO Chairs UNEVOC - International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutes UIS - UNESCO Institute for Statistics IIEP - International Institute for Educational Planning ICTP - International Centre for Theoretical Physics UIL - Institute for Lifelong Learning IBE - International Bureau of Education IICBA - International Institute for Capacity-Building in Africa IITE - Institute for Information Technologies in Education IESALC - International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean MGIEP - Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development Partners Introducing Partnerships Public partners Business, cities, young people UNESCO family partners and networks NGO's and Foundations Goodwill Ambassadors Join us Careers Procurement Fellowships Internship Resources For Journalists: Press room For Delegates: UNESCO.int Documents & Publications - UNESDOC Online Bookshop The UNESCO Courier Conventions Official Photos UNESCO Lists World Heritage Intangible Cultural Heritage Creative Cities Memory of the World Register Biosphere Reserves UNESCO Global Geoparks UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger Data and Statistics UNESCO Institute for Statistics Observatory of Killed Journalists World Inequality Database on Education Transparency portal Archives UNESCO Archives Digital Archives Library UNESCO Library UNESDOC Digital Library Multimedia collections Home Memory of the World Documents on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi: The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to 19th Century Social Media Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube LinkedIn iTunes Rss Respectzone Documents on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi: The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to 19th Century Registration year: 2017 Submission year:  2016 Collection ID:  2016-15 Collection information Committee:  Japan Submitted by:  Japan South Korea The “Document on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi (Korean Embassies): The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to the 19th Century” comprises materials related to 12 diplomatic missions dispatched from Korea to Japan between 1607 and 1811 at the request of Japan’s Shogunate government. The nominated documents, which have been in custody in both countries, comprise diplomatic documents, travel records, and cultural exchange records, all of which testify to the importance of the missions in promoting reconciliation mutual understanding, and interactions in the diplomatic, cultural and industrial spheres.
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Score: 905739.2 - https://en.unesco.org/memoryoftheworld/registry/408
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Nomination Form International Memory of the World Register Documents on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi: The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to 19th Century ID2016-15 Code 1.0. Summary The nominated documents, “Documents on Joseon Tongsinsa/Chosen Tsushinshi (Korean Embassies): The History of Peace Building and Cultural Exchanges between Korea and Japan from the 17th to 19th Century” comprises materials related to 12 diplomatic missions dispatched from Korea to Japan between 1607 and 1811 at the request of Japan’s Shogunate government. (...) The King’s writing, which has been treasured in the mausoleum, attests to the friendly exchange between rulers of the two countries. Toshosha Engi (III-14, History of Tosho Shrine, written in Japanese syllabary) and Toshosha Engi (III- 15, written in Chinese characters) were compiled by Japan’s Shogunate government in commemoration of the 1636 mission’s visit to Nikko, and were offered to the shrine.
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Score: 898502.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...iles/korea_japan_joseon_en.pdf
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Although it may take the pilot countries time to finalize preparations to commence exchanges, some test exchanges between three of the pilot countries had been completed in September 2017. (...) This will remove the need to negotiate point-to-point exchanges between NPPOs. The Generic ePhyto National System (GeNS) will allow developing countries without the technological infrastructure to begin exchanging electronic certificates by providing them with a simple system for the production, sending and receipt of electronic phytosanitary certificates via the Hub. (...) The work included defining exactly how the hub will operate in exchanging electronic certificates between NPPOs as well as the detailed certification process workflows.
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Score: 895271.9 - https://www.unicc.org/news/201...c-ephyto-hub-pilot-gets-going/
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As such, the Phoenix Mosque testifies to the exchange between Chinese and Arabic cultures. Furthermore, according to local histories, during the first half of the Tang dynasty (618-690 CE), there were merchants from Persia, Egypt, and other regions along the Silk Roads, exchanging jewellery in​​Hangzhou's famous ‘Jewellery Lane’. (...) These were centres of intense exchange where different civilizations and their cultural elements moved from one place to another through trade across the land and maritime routes interacting with each other as they did so. As travellers would settle in other lands, living amongst local people the result would be great cultural exchange and synthesis.   See Also Caravanserai along the Silk Roads in the North of the Indian Subcontinent The Exchange of Silk, Cotton and Woollen Goods, and their Association with Different Modes of Living along the Silk Roads The Evolving Role of Merchants along the Land Routes of the Silk Roads Traditional Strategy Games along the Silk Roads - Chess The Butuan Archaeological Sites and the Role of the Philippines in the Maritime Silk Roads The Exchange of Spices along the Silk Roads The Maritime Silk Roads and the Diffusion of Islam in the Korean Peninsula The Exchange of Technical Knowledge used to Craft Silk Roads Goods Silk Roads exchange and the Development of the Medical Sciences Silk Roads Exchanges in Chinese Gastronomy Mathematical Sciences along the Silk Roads The Role of Women in Central Asian Nomadic Society Ancient Trading Centres in the Malay Peninsula This platform has been developed and maintained with the support of: Azerbaijan China Germany Kazakhstan Oman Contact UNESCO Headquarters 7 Place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris, France Social and Human Sciences Sector Research, Policy and Foresight Section Silk Roads Programme silkroads@unesco.org Follow us UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of Use Privacy Policy Terms of use Staff
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Score: 890726.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...house-silk-silk-roads-hub-city
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WMO Data Exchange – Background, History and Impact | World Meteorological Organization Skip to main content World Meteorological Organization Weather · Climate · Water Toggle navigation English Français Español Go Our mandate What we do Weather How we do it Public-Private Engagement (PPE) ocp innovation webinar Space borne Precipitation Measurements and Application WMO and HMEI Information Day WMO Innovation Seminar - Microsoft and the UN Sustainable Development Goals Climate Focus areas Water Programmes Projects Resources Bulletin MeteoWorld Library Gender Equality Education and training Standards and Recommended Practices The WMO Building / Conference Centre Language resources World Meteorological Day United in Science Coronavirus (COVID-19) Media Events About us Who we are Vision, Mission, Strategic Planning Members Governance The Secretariat Employment Awards Procurement Finance and Accountability Related links FAQs Contact us Community Platform Reform Search form Search Home Resources Bulletin WMO Data Exchange – Background, History and Impact WMO Data Exchange – Background, History and Impact Twelfth_WMO_Congress_700dpi.jpeg WMO Data Exchange – Background, History and Impact Author(s): Lars Peter Riishojgaard, John Zillman, Adrian Simmons and John Eyre Tags: Data exchange Contact: Bulletin nº : Vol 70 (2) - 2021 While our everyday experience of weather is dominated by its local impact, weather and climate are truly global phenomena. (...) History of Data Exchange Figure 1 - Twelfth World Meteorological Congress, 1995 (from left to right): A.S. (...) The origins and early history of the WMO system of data exchange and the negotiation and impact of Resolution 40 are summarized in Zillman (2019, 2021) and WMO (2019).
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Score: 886296.3 - https://public.wmo.int/en/reso...-background-history-and-impact
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GSR10 : banking   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-D : Regulatory and Market Environment : Seminars, Workshops etc : GSR history : GSR10     10th Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR10) - 10 to 12 November 2010   Practical information for participants   General information - Banking, currency and exchange The official currency of Senegal is the CFA franc (XOF BCEAO). For information, the exchange rate at 18 June 2010 was as follows: USD 1 = CFAF 519 500 EUR 1 = CFAF 655 957 There are numerous currency exchange offices in Dakar. All of the main banks have currency exchange services, and bank opening hours are from 0800 to 1545 hours.
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Score: 877558.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...10/Practical_info/Banking.html
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The third  workshop aims to further enhance countries’ capacities to exchange national data, raise awareness of developments i n data exchange, and promote the implementation of SDMX at the national level.  The workshop introduces participants to SDG-related content constraints, web-based conversion tools, the processes of metadata exchange, and  customizing the Data Structure Definition at the national level.  (...) Outlook.com Home Events Using Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange for SDG data reporting: third workshop Commission Vision, mission & history Member States Governing bodies Secretariat Leadership Executive Secretary Thematic clusters Strategy, planning & accountability External relations & communications Resource management & service development Our focus Our Clusters Climate Change & Natural Resource Sustainability Gender Justice, Population & Inclusive Development Shared Economic Prosperity Statistics, Information Society & Technology 2030 Agenda & SDG Coordination Governance & Conflict Prevention Collaborate Technical cooperation Donors Partners Regional Collaborative Platform Resources Centres & initiatives Publications Portals Tools & dashboards Key Resources Data portal Flagship publications Updates Events News Get in touch Work with us Contact us Our vision ESCWA, an innovative catalyst for a stable, just and flourishing Arab region.
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Score: 875288.5 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...-data-reporting-third-workshop
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