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Therefore, the “Instantaneous Decoder Refresh” packet type implies the single slice mode.) (...) This is not a binding legal document; it is provided to JVT for information only, on a best effort, good faith basis. (...) In this case, the following information must be provided as part of this declaration: · patent registration/application number; · an indication of which portions of the Recommendation | Standard are affected. · a description of the patent claims covering the Recommendation | Standard; In the case of any box other than 2.0 above, please provide the following: Patent number(s)/status Inventor(s)/Assignee(s) Relevance to JVT Any other remarks: (please provide attachments if more space is needed) (form continues on next page) Third party patent information – fill in based on your best knowledge of relevant patents granted, pending, or planned by other people or by organizations other than your own.
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Score: 1506316.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C083.doc
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Gradual decoder refresh provides the flexibility to tradeoff random and coding efficiency. (...) In this proposal, dedicated NAL packet type is defined for instantaneous decoder refresh. IDERP (instantaneous decoder refresh packet) indicates the start of clean random access point. (...) This is not a binding legal document; it is provided to JVT for information only, on a best effort, good faith basis.
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Score: 1356915.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C054.doc
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Because of lack of experts specific to health care applications, SG16 asks ITU-D SG2 for providing further advice concerning how audiovisual quality requirements for the telemedicine application differs from those for sign language and lip-reading application. In response to your specific question regarding instantaneous exchange, there are some key features currently in Recommendation H.263 for providing rapid exchange of visual information. (...) These features allow a video coder to provide either fluid motion video for continuously moving scenes or to focus on a particular picture and refine it for close examination after sending a coarse representation for instantaneous exchange.
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Score: 1338194.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...-site/0002_Gen/LS_ITU-D_d3.doc
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They can be changed only at an instantaneous decoder refresh position. The expected TR difference per picture number can be changed in each picture. (...) This is not a binding legal document; it is provided to JVT for information only, on a best effort, good faith basis. (...) In this case, the following information must be provided as part of this declaration: · patent registration/application number; · an indication of which portions of the Recommendation | Standard are affected. · a description of the patent claims covering the Recommendation | Standard; In the case of any box other than 2.0 above, please provide the following: Patent number(s)/status Inventor(s)/Assignee(s) Relevance to JVT Any other remarks: (please provide attachments if more space is needed) (form continues on next page) Third party patent information – fill in based on your best knowledge of relevant patents granted, pending, or planned by other people or by organizations other than your own.
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Score: 1296790.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C070.doc
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Decoded base-layer (BL) pictures are provided by external means to as decoded external base layer pictures to the HEVC enhancement layer (EL) decoding process. 2. (...) In the present text for hybrid codec scalability (JCVC-Q0015), a decoded external base layer picture is provided to the HEVC EL decoding at the start of an HEVC EL access unit. (...) Page: 2 Date Saved: 2014-03-20 _1456814605.vsd HEVC hypothetical stream scheduler (HEVC HSS) AVC coded picture buffer (AVC CPB) AVC decoding process (instantaneous) Output cropping HEVC decoded picture buffer (HEVC DPB) Type I or type II 
HEVC bitstream AVC AUs AVC decoded picture buffer 
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Score: 1254732.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...eo-site/1404_Val/VCEG-AX11.doc
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The spatial scalable encoding is modeled as follows; 1) An input picture is downsampled to obtain the corresponding base layer picture without delay. 2) After a complete picture is input at time "ti" to the encoder, the base layer picture is instantaneously encoded, packetized into a PES packet with stream_id "base layer video" and stored in the transmission buffer. DTS (or PTS if the two are identical) is set to "ti+L" where L is a constant delay between the encoder input and the decoder output picture. 3) The locally decoded base layer picture is instantaneously upsampled to the upper layer picture sampling density. 4) The upper layer picture is instantaneously encoded by using the upsampled locally decoded picture as part of prediction, packetized into a PES packet with stream_id "upper layer video" and stored in the transmission buffer.
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Score: 1252503.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../Report_texts/AVC-0598R_a3.rtf
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The proposed unit cell can provide a usable double negative functional characteristic around 5.3 GHz. (...) Finally, we show how the RIM can be employed for vehicular communications, acting as a coated access point along the street. We derive the instantaneous data rate at the receiver node, the outage probability and the channel capacity, as affected by different beam widths, distances and vehicle speed. Keywords: V2X communications, reconfigurable meta-surfaces, instantaneous data rate, beam width Rights: © International Telecommunication Union, available under the CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO license.
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Score: 1213694.7 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JNL-VOL1.ISSUE1-2020-A06
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Problem and Proposal IDR pictures are instantaneous random access points. Instantaneous random access points are used frequently in streaming to enable fast forward and to allow newcomers tuning in a broadcast/multicast. (...) This is not a binding legal document; it is provided to JVT for information only, on a best effort, good faith basis. (...) In this case, the following information must be provided as part of this declaration: · patent registration/application number; · an indication of which portions of the Recommendation | Standard are affected. · a description of the patent claims covering the Recommendation | Standard; In the case of any box other than 2.0 above, please provide the following: Patent number(s)/status Inventor(s)/Assignee(s) Relevance to JVT Any other remarks: (please provide attachments if more space is needed) (form continues on next page) Third party patent information – fill in based on your best knowledge of relevant patents granted, pending, or planned by other people or by organizations other than your own.
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Score: 1157130.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/2002_12_Awaji/JVT-F043.doc
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The Secretariat of the Network will be provided by UNESCO, with the responsibility to maintain liaison with all creative cities in all seven clusters, to propose programmatic initiatives and flagship projects, to manage the designation process of new members, to promote visibility, and to organize meetings as appropriate. 2. (...) If such geographical representation is not provided through the designation of the cluster coordinators, it will be to the cluster coordinators to coopt cities from non-represented regions. 7. (...) The UNESCO Secretariat will provide the Network as a whole and in particular the Steering Group and the cluster groups with a modern, creative and responsive digital platform linked to other existing relevant platforms to facilitate instantaneous and global communications. 9.
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Score: 1152428.6 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...e%20UCCN_%20Chengdu%202014.pdf
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The enormous, almost universal appeal of the event and the concomitant potential for generating advertising revenue, combined with the Olympics' ability to provide wonderfully striking images - both moving and still - has resulted in tremendous growth in media attention in recent years. For the Barcelona Olympics, 147 television and radio stations were accredited to provide coverage of the Games. They were housed in a facility second-to-none. (...) Journalists could take advantage of 125 production areas, a video library containing the televized production of the Games, monitors linked to every sporting event, a telecommunications centre, banks of networked computers providing instantaneous sports results, press rooms accommodating up to 1,200 people and providing simultaneous translation services, and telephone lines specially prepared to accept high-definition electronic transmission of photos, among other special facilities.
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Score: 1151035.8 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1996/media.html
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