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In Algorithm the computation of influence weight, it is known that only a Input: K − Set of blocks in the frame pair of blocks are considered, that is w reflects only the Output: M −Motion Descriptor Map influence of the i block on block j. (...) The computed motion influence weight of the block = exp(- / ) of every frame is added up to form a motion descriptor map. = + The motion descriptor map is clustered into many clusters based on the influence weights using k-means clustering. end if The result of the k-means clustering provides a behavioral end for pattern which has influence weights in many clusters. end for 3.4. Nearest Neighbor Search The movement of the object is highly influenced by neighboring blocks relative to a selective block which In this module, the influence weights computed from the concludes that neighboring blocks will have high influence previous modules are framed as motion descriptor map and over the distant blocks.
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Advancing children’s rights in Indonesia with the support from celebrity and high-profile influencer “The Influencer” is a newsletter highlighting the efforts of celebrities and high-profile influencers in advancing children’s rights in Indonesia UNICEF/2021 Available in: English Bahasa Indonesia Highlights An overview of our collaborations with National Ambassadors, public figures and high-profile influencers to advance children’s rights in Indonesia. (...) The Influencer Vol. I (January – July 2021) Starting a new year of 2021, UNICEF Indonesia has fostered collaboration with National Ambassadors and celebrities in advocating children’s protection and quality education, the importance of good nutrition and equal health access, as well as sanitation. We welcome new high-profile supporters to join in and take part in ensuring the rights of Indonesian children. 3. The Influencer Vol. II (August – December 2021) In the second half of 2021, UNICEF Indonesia together with National Ambassadors and influencers celebrate some key moments and flagship events to promote and protect children’s rights, such as National Children’s Day, World Children’s Day, Global Handwashing Day, UNICEF 75 th anniversary whilst in parallel  consistently encouraging people to vaccinate against COVID-19. 4.
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High-Profile Supporters UNICEF can also count on the strong support from influential public figures and celebrity supporters, who use their fame and influence to help amplify our action and advocacy for children. (...) View this post on Instagram A post shared by U-Report Indonesia (@ureportindonesia)   View this post on Instagram A post shared by U-Report Indonesia (@ureportindonesia)   The Influencers Newsletter “The Influencer” is a newsletter highlighting the efforts of celebrities and high-profile influencers in advancing children’s rights in Indonesia. Find out more about our work with influencers in the latest issue of "The Influencer" Newsletter.
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The mega influencers – those who have more than a million followers – remain a miniscule  minority. A phenomenon that has evolved The influencer phenomenon, which started about a decade ago, has evolved since. (...) The StarNgage influencer marketing platform features a Top Instagram Influencers Ranking listing the top 1,000 stars worldwide, by country.
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Daniela Cornelia Stix Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Diploma in Social Work/- Social Pedagogics Master of Arts in Media Science Senior Lecturer daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Advisor: Prof. (...) Leonie Wagner mailto:daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Research Methods Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Triangulation of qualitative methods: ● Ethnographic methods and ero-epic talks (Spradley 1979, Girtler 2011) ● Episodical interviews (Flick 2011) ● Reflexive grounded theory (Breuer 2009) (Strauss and Corbin 1996) Literature Review Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Two understandings of OSN: a) As a tool b) As a space of action OSN are performatively constructed spaces Literature Review Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Two categories of acting Informative and self- represen tative Social interactive Dysbalance Theoretical Background Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Cloos/Köngeter/Müller/Thole (2009) Steps to build up educational relationships Implicit Pedagogical Usage of OSN Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Step 1 “arranged equipment and offers“ Subpart of step 1 „arranging access to the Youth Club“ Implicit Pedagogical Usage of OSN Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships low threshold extra channel direct/personal contact easy to navigate multiple communication channels permanent contact etc. (...) daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Daniela Cornelia Stix Diploma in Social Work/- Social Pedagogics Master of Arts in Media Science Senior Lecturer Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Folie 1 Folie 2 Folie 3 Folie 4 Folie 5 Folie 6 Folie 7 Folie 8
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As referred in this recommendation, QoE influence factors are usually Once, the standard for the “QoE factors in TEL” is defined, grouped in three main categories (#1 to #3 in Figure 6): the next step would be the definition of the standard that describes the “Framework for the QoE evaluation - User influence factors methodology for TEL” (#7 to #9 in Figure 6).The subjective model should be defined in the standard and - Context influence factors some generalized proposals for satisfaction models found in - System influence factors literature [45] (#7 to #9 in Figure 6) could be used. (...) Finally, the system influence factors (#3 in considered that other factors that differ from the TEL Figure 6) must be determined. Being aware that the sort of management system factors may influence in the QoE system influence factors may vary a lot depending of the results. strategies that are being implemented in the TEL process Nevertheless, as mentioned before, this entire proposal (just web browsing, streaming, gamification, mulsemedia, should be validated and this goal is intended to be achieved etc.), our proposal is that the standard for determining the through the network of real life pilots to be developed QoE factors in TEL should describe the different Key across Europe in the NEWTON project that will give us the Quality Indicators (KQI) and the related Key Performance opportunity to verify how other context´s and student´s Indicators (KPI) that must be considered when using the factors may have influence in the results. different technologies that can be implemented (#4 to #6 in In the next section one of the fist testing experiments to be Figure 6).
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ANNEX A4 Confidential ICC-02/05-01/20-346-Conf-AnxA4 16-04-2021 1/2 EC PT ICC-02/05-01/20-346-AnxA4 21-05-2021 1/2 NM PT Pursuant to PTCII Single Judge’s order, dated 21 May 2021, this document is reclassified as "Public" Popular Defence Forces (PDF) Central Reserve Forces (CRF) Military Intelligence Government of Sudan Militia/Janjaweed Cooperated with Cooperated with Cooperated with Cooperated with/ exerted influence over Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over/ ordered Cooperated with/ exerted influence over Cooperated with Role: Militia/Janjaweed leader (Agid) Hamuda HAMDAN Role: Militia/Janjaweed leader (Agid) Hamdan 'UMAR Role: State Minister for the Ministry of the Interior Ahmad Muhammad HARUN Role: PDF Officer/Coordinator Garsila Abd-Al-Rahman Dawud HAMMUDAH (Hassaballah) Role: PDF Coordinator Mukjar Al-Sadiq Ahmad Uthman ZAKARIYA Role: Head, Military Intelligence Garsila Hamdi Sharaf-Al-Din SID AHMAD Role: Militia/Janjaweed leader (Agid) Muhammad Adam BONJOUSE Role: Militia/Janjaweed leader (Agid) Al-Dayf SAMIH Role: Commissioner of Mukjar Abdullah Al-Tayyib Muhammad TORSHEIN Role: Commissioner of Garsila Ja’afar ABD-AL-HAKAM Role: Senior Militia/Janjaweed leader (Agid al-Ogada) Wadi Salih and Mukjar localities Ali Muhammad Ali ABD-AL-RAHMAN (Ali KUSHAYB) Role: Head of CRF Mukjar (at least Aug 2003-late 2003) Abdullah HIMEIDAN Role: Head of CRF Mukjar (as of early 2004) Mustafa Ahmad AL-TAYYIB Annex A4: Overview of Ali Muhammad Ali ABD-AL-RAHMAN's network (Aug 2003 - Apr 2004) ICC-02/05-01/20-346-Conf-AnxA4 16-04-2021 2/2 EC PT ICC-02/05-01/20-346-AnxA4 21-05-2021 2/2 NM PT Pursuant to PTCII Single Judge’s order, dated 21 May 2021, this document is reclassified as "Public"
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Pencarian Tutup Cari UNICEF Fulltext search Maks Melaporkan Advokasi hak-hak anak Indonesia dengan dukungan kuat dari selebriti dan figur publik terkemuka The Influencer” adalah buletin yang memuat informasi tentang kegiatan selebriti dan figur publik terkemuka dalam advokasi hak-hak anak di Indonesia UNICEF/2021 Tersedia dalam: English Bahasa Indonesia Sorotan Gambaran umum kolaborasi kami dengan Duta Nasional juga figur publik dan influencer terkemuka untuk memajukan hak-hak anak di Indonesia. (...) Daftar dokumen yang tersedia: 1. The Influencer - Edisi COVID-19 Buletin ini merangkum berbagai dukungan dari tokoh masyarakat, selebritas, dan influencer selama pandemi COVID-19. (...) Kami menyambut para pendukung baru untuk bergabung dan mengambil bagian dalam menjamin hak-hak anak Indonesia. 3. The Influencer - Volume 2 (Agustus - Desember 2021) Pada paruh kedua tahun 2021, UNICEF Indonesia bersama Duta Nasional dan influencer merayakan beberapa momen penting dan acara unggulan untuk memajukan dan melindungi hak-hak anak, seperti Hari Anak Nasional, Hari Anak Sedunia, Hari Cuci Tangan Sedunia, peringatan 75 tahun UNICEF, serta  secara konsisten mendorong masyarakat untuk divaksinasi COVID-19. 4.
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Alongside the traditional artistic movements in Persian painting, which was represented by several schools, a new trend influenced by European painting took shape in Isfahan at the end of the first half of the 17 th century. European influence, reflected most in the miniature, grew as new works from the European continent appeared in the Iranian Plateau. (...) See also: Buddhist sites along the Silk Roads of the Nepal Region Coastal Ornamental Patterns in Java Island Central Asian Influences in Korean Music Chinese Influences in Anatolian Arts Mongolian Influences on Iranian Arts Bengali Artistic Influences in Southeast Asia The Warehouse of Qal’at al-Bahrain   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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But what would be the nature of this relationship, of this influence, if the subject himself were determined, under the influence of a cause preceding him? (...) Our history and our memory influence us only to the extent that we ourselves influence it. (...) One could also say, starting from the verb energeio , that he is influenced. But then, how can the artist be simultaneously free, autonomous, emancipated and influenced?
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