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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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Use case Category Comment Section 1 Search and rescue A - High The task of tracking an aircraft for supporting search 4.1 and rescue operations by providing the last known aircraft position and trajectories of likely aircraft movement after the last reported position. 2 Flight tracking A - High The task of tracking an aircraft for the purpose of 4.1 determining its real-time spatial location or post- flight track flown. 3 Accident investigations A - High Analysis of flight data immediately after an accident, 4.10 before the flight data recorder (FDR) is recovered and read out. 4 Mission support A - High Real-time situation awareness of aircraft condition 4.21 for flight operations department. 5 Air traffic control (ATC) A - High Provide real-time instantaneous aircraft departure, 4.3 arrival and en-route information to ATC. 6 Ground movement/handling A - High Provide real-time instantaneous aircraft departure, 4.4 arrival and en-route information to airports. 7 Trouble-shooting A - High Collect, analyse and store aircraft systems, engines 4.5 data for detection and analysis of failures. 8 Crew scheduling A - High Provide real-time instantaneous aircraft departure, 4.6 arrival and en-route information to airline opera- tional communication (AOC) and crew scheduling. 2     7     8     9     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17          
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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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Page 326 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 326 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 326 3 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 9.2.3 QoS information provision According to service requirements 8.4.2(2), 8.4.1(1), 8.2.3(2), the QoS information for EHM services is required to be configured by the application layer and provided to the other layers, so that the other layers can ensure the QoS of EHM services according to the QoS information provided by the application layer. The following QoS related parameters are recommended to be indicated in the provided QoS information: 1) Required response time As different types of EHM services need to be dealt with in different time periods, response time is an important criterion in reckoning the requirements of an EHM service. 2) Allowed dispose time Dispose time is the time period from the moment when data arrive at the server to the moment when doctors or application providers execute an appropriate reaction. (...) According to service requirements 8.6.2(2), 8.2.1(4), 8.2.2(4), the service accounting and charging capability supported in the SSAS layer has the following requirements: 1) It is required to provide service accounting and charging to EHM service users. 2) It is recommended to provide service accounting and charging according to the quality of service of EHM services. 3) It is recommended to provide service accounting and charging also in support to roaming scenarios among networks owned by different network providers. 4) It is recommended to provide service accounting and charging according to the frequency of access to EHM services. 312 Rec.
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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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To handle the ever-growing demands for information from the press, the IOC has a specialized commission whose job it is to provide advice and to give organizing committees the benefit of the their expertise in meeting the expectations of all of the media. (...) These include High Definition Television, which enables images to be transmitted with extraordinary fidelity; digital sound, which allows flawless reproduction of sound elements; computer-generated photographs, which create images without recourse to the medium of film; instantaneous text transmission via worldwide computer networks; and instantaneous global transmission of text, sound, images and data using communication satellites.
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This is only one small part of the overall thrust of developing a new building where the architect will endeavour to make it as appealing as possible, the engineers will endeavour to make it as comfortable as possible and the interior designers will take great care in ensuring that the "form" of the interior design makes people want to work in that environment. The function provided by the engineers and implementers will augment that capability, thus for example, attractive features can be added as in putting lights on the building which would change with the season, or with the time of day, or, with the weather, or with the extent to which the building is occupied meaning that the building when fully occupied may be coloured red or when the building is empty may be coloured blue. (...) Fire alarm or other emergency information can be clearly defined in messages sent to the smart phones of all tenants. Instantaneous electrical utilization or billing can be monitored. With time of day pricing instantaneous monitoring of electricity meters or sub metering becomes crucial to maintaining close control on overall costs. 4.3 Maintenance One of the key issues related to any intelligent building is that on‐going maintenance of the facility is absolutely critical to maintaining the benefits of building intelligence.
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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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In particular, we lar, the design of the unit cell has been optimized in order compute the instantaneous data rate by assuming a per- to minimize this power loss i.e., a 2% of the total transmit- fect alignment between the beam from the RSU and the ted power will be wasted as a reflected component of the receiver node. The instantaneous data rate is derived by wave. Furthermore, without loss of generality, the speed the Shannon capacity formula for the instantaneous rate of the receiver vehicle is considered constant during the as: transmission time, since the interval time of reception is ( , ) = (1 + ( , )), (11) short with respect to the variation of the vehicle speed. 2 Table 2 collects the parameters used in the numerical re- where [Hz] is the bandwidth of the system, [dB] sults. is the Signal-to-Noise Ratio, [s] is the time instant, and is the beam width computed in degrees. In Fig. 8 (a) we show the instantaneous and ideal rate, We assume that our system is able to “instantaneously” i.e., the maximum achievable rate with the assumption of switch from the ( − 1)-th beam to the -th one, and the a perfect alignment and without error estimation of the “transmitter” beam and the “receiver” one are perfectly velocity at the receiver by considering a narrow beam ∘ aligned.
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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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