STARTENDDATEINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=Interval Intervaltype=SE SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below). (...) DURATIONENDDATEINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=Interval Intervaltype=DE SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below). (...) RECDURATIONINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=RecInterval Intervaltype=D") RECSTARTDATEDURATIONINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=RecInterval Intervaltype=SD SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below).
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Score: 1074282.7

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...x680/2008/DefinedTimeTypes.asn
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STARTENDDATEINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=Interval Intervaltype=SE SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below). (...) DURATIONENDDATEINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=Interval Intervaltype=DE SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below). (...) RECDURATIONINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=RecInterval Intervaltype=D") RECSTARTDATEDURATIONINTERVAL ::= TIME(SETTINGS "Basic=RecInterval Intervaltype=SD SEpoint=Date")  This is only useful if subtyped with a DATE subset (see below).
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Score: 1074282.7

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...680/2008/DefinedTimeTypes.html
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In certain cases (e.g., in the case  where the agent is a proxy) it is possible that some  intervals are unavailable. In this case, this  interval is the maximum interval number for  which data is available."  ::= { xxx }  xyzInvalidIntervals OBJECTTYPE  SYNTAX INTEGER (0.. (...) The value of this counter starts from zero and is increased when associated events occur, until the end of the 15 minute interval. At that time the value of the counter is stored in the first 15 minute history interval, and the CurrentCount is restarted at zero. (...) In a system supporting a history of n intervals with IntervalCount(1) and IntervalCount(n) the most and least recent intervals respectively, the following applies at the end of a 15 minute interval:  discard the value of IntervalCount(n)  the value of IntervalCount(i) becomes that of IntervalCount(i1) for n >= i > 1  the value of IntervalCount(1) becomes that of CurrentCount  the TotalCount, if supported, is adjusted."
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Score: 1064917.7

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...c/rfc3593/PerfHistTCMIB.html
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In certain cases (e.g., in the case  where the agent is a proxy) it is possible that some  intervals are unavailable. In this case, this  interval is the maximum interval number for  which data is available."  ::= { xxx }  xyzInvalidIntervals OBJECTTYPE  SYNTAX INTEGER (0.. (...) The value of this counter starts from zero and is increased when associated events occur, until the end of the 15 minute interval. At that time the value of the counter is stored in the first 15 minute history interval, and the CurrentCount is restarted at zero. (...) In a system supporting a history of n intervals with IntervalCount(1) and IntervalCount(n) the most and least recent intervals respectively, the following applies at the end of a 15 minute interval:  discard the value of IntervalCount(n)  the value of IntervalCount(i) becomes that of IntervalCount(i1) for n >= i > 1  the value of IntervalCount(1) becomes that of CurrentCount  the TotalCount, if supported, is adjusted."
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Score: 1064917.7

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fc/rfc3593/PerfHistTCMIB.mib
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Otherwise a QP size interval is formed as l1=[CR0RO0, CR0+QPRO0). This type of interval is named refinement interval. (...) Among these three intervals are an updated prediction interval l3 and two refinement intervals l4 and l5. (...) If the original coefficient is located in a refinement interval, this interval is simply halved, resulting in two refinement intervals.
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Score: 1062891.3

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/ava...2004_07_Redmond/JVTL037L.doc
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This type of interval is named refinement interval. These two types of intervals are treated differently in encoding.
(...) Among these three intervals are an updated prediction interval l3 and two refinement intervals l4 and l5. (...) If the original coefficient is located in a refinement interval, this interval is simply halved, resulting in two refinement intervals.
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Score: 1062891.3

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/ava...04_07_Redmond/JVTL037r1L.doc
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In certain cases (e.g., in the case where the agent is a proxy) it is possible that some intervals are unavailable. In this case, this interval is the maximum interval number for which data is available." (...) For 15 minute intervals, the range is limited to (0..899). For 24 hour intervals, the range is limited to (0..86399)." (...) Then, in a system supporting a history of n intervals with X(1) and X(n) the most and least recent intervals respectively, the following applies at the end of a 15 minute interval:  discard the value of X(n)  the value of X(i) becomes that of X(i1) for n >= i > 1  the value of X(1) becomes that of Y.  the value of Z, if supported, is adjusted.
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Score: 1050468.2

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...rfc3705/HCPerfHistTCMIB.mib
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The reentry interval (also called restricted entry interval) is the minimum amount of time that must pass between the pesticide application and the time that workers can reenter the treated area.
(...) The government should be able to effectively enforce worker reentry intervals.
Estimated risk reduction potential
An effective reentry interval will reduce the risk to, or below, the acceptable operator exposure level (AOEL).
Potential constraints
In certain crops, the required reentry interval may not be possible because agronomic practices such as harvesting, picking or pruning must be conducted before the end of the reentry interval.
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Score: 1048574.8

https://www.fao.org/pesticide...alforworkersinthecrop/en/
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In certain cases (e.g., in the case where the agent is a proxy) it is possible that some intervals are unavailable. In this case, this interval is the maximum interval number for which data is available." (...) For 15 minute intervals, the range is limited to (0..899). For 24 hour intervals, the range is limited to (0..86399)." (...) Then, in a system supporting a history of n intervals with X(1) and X(n) the most and least recent intervals respectively, the following applies at the end of a 15 minute interval:  discard the value of X(n)  the value of X(i) becomes that of X(i1) for n >= i > 1  the value of X(1) becomes that of Y.  the value of Z, if supported, is adjusted.
Language:English
Score: 1047928

https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fc3705/HCPerfHistTCMIB.html
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The reentry interval (also called restricted entry interval) is the minimum amount of time that must pass between the pesticide application and the time that workers can reenter the treated area.
(...) The government should be able to effectively enforce worker reentry intervals.
Estimated risk reduction potential
An effective reentry interval will reduce the risk to, or below, the acceptable operator exposure level (AOEL).
Potential constraints
In certain crops, the required reentry interval may not be possible because agronomic practices such as harvesting, picking or pruning must be conducted before the end of the reentry interval.
Language:English
Score: 1046043.75

https://www.fao.org/pesticide...alforworkersinthecrop/ar/
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