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The following draft conclusion was formulated Conclusion IIM-E/01: Alignment of Regional Priorities Targets and Plans with the provision of the 5th edition of the GANP That: APIRG States, Service providers and airspace users should update their Priorities, Targets and related implementation plans consistent with the GANP objectives as well as the needs of the AFI region. 9 The Secretariat reminded the ICAO Aviation Systems Block Upgrades (ASBU) Methodology as described in the GANP. (...) The following conclusion was formulated Draft Conclusion IIM-E/10: Finalization of the Establishment of IIM/ SG That; The Secretariat pursue the consultation with the AAO/SG and States in order to ensure an appointment of the Chairs and Vice Chairs of the two APIRG Sub Groups. 4.10 The meeting addressed the linkages between projects (IIM/IIM & IIM/AAO projects). In this regard the Secretariat submitted to the meeting a template aiming to identifying the linkage amongst IIM projects in order to ensure a proper coordination and minimize duplication. 13 The following conclusion was formulated: Draft Conclusion IIM-E/11: Coordination of Projects That: In order to ensure a proper coordination and minimize duplication, the Secretariat finalize and circulate the draft template attached at Appendix F summarizing the linkage amongst IIM/SG Project and between them and AAO/SG Projects Agenda Item 5: Review of APIRG Procedural Handbook provisions pertaining to IIM/SG 5.1 Under this agenda item the meeting noted that the draft APIRG procedural Handbook, as attached in Appendix G was still ‘work in progress ’ and proposed new deadlines for circulation of the draft to States, receiving comments and publishing of the finalized document.
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Score: 874809.2 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...%20%20IIM-E.Draft%20Report.pdf
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In our coder, motion estimation and coding mode selection are based on the minimization of a Lagrangian. Such an approach leads to a locally optimal coding decision for the given Lagrangian parameter (. (...) The (0,0) vector is searched but not favored, as the Lagrangian minimization already accounts for the motion vector rate. (...) We also include this data in tabular format. Conclusions Generally, our coder performs slightly better than the coder described in Document Q15-D-13, with a few exceptions at high bit rates.
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Score: 874795.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9804_Tam/q15d49.doc
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Contribution to Rapporteur's Meeting for Questions in WP2 ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector Document Q1-D13r1 Study Group 16 Q.1/16 Rapporteur Meeting Biel-Bienne, Switzerland 19-20 May 2005 Source*: RADVISION Title: Capability Preferences – Suggested behavior Purpose: Proposal ___________________ Introduction This document proposes to add clarifications to H.324 recommendation which would minimize the probability of occurrence of the problem specified in the “Capability Preferences” proposal. (...) The slave which receives the OpenLogicalChannelReject message with the masterSlaveConflict reason should retry to open logical channel with the media type most preferred by the master terminal, unless the master terminal has already opened a logical channel which suits the purpose intended by the slave terminal. Conclusion This document proposes a solution to the media type conflict problem as described in the “Capability Preferences” document.
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Score: 874603.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...005-2008/0505_Biel/q1d13r1.doc
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Requirements SYMBOL 183 \f "Symbol" The new mode is an existing one, or eventually derived from, in the current Recommendations since we have already H.320, H.323 and H.324 where market confusion is becoming visible SYMBOL 183 \f "Symbol" The new mode should minimize the complexity of implementation of gateways between existing terminals on ISDN and new terminals. (...) SYMBOL 183 \f "Symbol" The use of IP emulation on ATM leads to implement the overheads twice which is a waste of bandwith SYMBOL 183 \f "Symbol" Winsoc 2 implements already AAL5: there is no need to add extra protocol such IP emulation for videotelephony if other applications are sticking to the AAL 5. Conclusion The above comments are provided for discussion before decision on the new mode.
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Score: 874603.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1097.mw6
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First, based on the premise that the most effective way to minimize aviation emissions is to minimize the amount of fuel used in servicing and operating each flight, environmental benefits that are achieved through reduced fuel consumption also result in reduced fuel costs. (...) ICAO has published guidance material, in the form of the ICAO Circular 303-AN/176 published in February 2004, on operational opportunities to minimize fuel use and reduce emissions. The Circular includes information on aircraft ground level and in-flight operations, as well as ground service equipment and auxiliary power units. (...) The final HFE results for 2017, expressed in efficiency levels (%), are detailed below:     For more information about the conclusions of the HFE analysis, click here .   Towards the future Aircraft operations are being optimized today to improve environmental performance while maintaining safety.
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Score: 873409.6 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ages/operational-measures.aspx
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First, based on the premise that the most effective way to minimize aviation emissions is to minimize the amount of fuel used in servicing and operating each flight, environmental benefits that are achieved through reduced fuel consumption also result in reduced fuel costs. (...) ICAO has published guidance material, in the form of the ICAO Circular 303-AN/176 published in February 2004, on operational opportunities to minimize fuel use and reduce emissions. The Circular includes information on aircraft ground level and in-flight operations, as well as ground service equipment and auxiliary power units. (...) The final HFE results for 2017, expressed in efficiency levels (%), are detailed below:     For more information about the conclusions of the HFE analysis, click here .   Towards the future Aircraft operations are being optimized today to improve environmental performance while maintaining safety.
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Score: 873409.6 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ages/operational-measures.aspx
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Ensuring sustainable access for the poor through internal revenue generation - water & sanitation o Minimizing costs Identifying priority needs of the poor 4 Increasing efficiency o Recovering costs Appropriate tariff structures Consumption, access, and cross-subsidy mechanisms o Beyond cost recovery: allocating state revenue to utilities Participatory budget planning Fiscal Space Presenters: Kelvin Chitumbo, Chief Inspector, National Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO), Zambia “Ensuring sustainable access for the poor through internal revenue generation – Water & Sanitation” William Tsimwa Muhairwe, Managing Director, National Water and Sewerage Corporation, Kampala, Uganda “The Case of National Water and Sewerage Corporation” Facilitator: Evariste Koussi-Komlam, Programme Officer, Regional Center for Water and Sanitation, Burkina Faso 1.00 p.m.- 2.30 p.m. Lunch 3rd Session 2.30 p.m.- 4.00 p.m General conclusions, policy recommendations and action-oriented proposals Wednesday, 25 April 2007 09.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. Public Forum on “Financing access to basic utilities for all” During the public forum participants will present their general conclusions, policy recommendations and concrete proposals to high-level government representatives, the broader public and media in an open plenary session.
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Score: 872613.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ds/2007/04/20070422_agenda.pdf
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Action Required The meeting is invited to: a) Review and up-date the status of implementation of SNMC/22 Conclusions and Decisions as attached in Appendix to this paper. b) Agree on any other follow-up action thereon. --------------------------- SNMC/23 WP 02 Status of implementation of the Conclusions/Decisions of SNMC 22 Agenda Item 1: Follow up Conclusions and Decisions of SNMC/21st meeting Conclusions/Decision Text Organization Status of implementation Comments Conclusion 22/01 Implementation of SNMC/21 outstanding conclusions and Decisions That; Concerned SNMC member States/Organizations are urged to implement the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of SNMC previous meetings including those related to SNMC/21’s as presented in Appendix B to this report. (...) Conclusion 22/10 Personnel exchange That; As a matter of urgency AFISNET members reinforce the exchange of maintenance personnel and increase their language proficiency (French and English) in order to minimize the Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) of AFISNET components. (...) Update the audit schedule to be forwarded to SNMC members ICAO Implemented Agenda Item 5: Review of the Conclusion & Decision of APIRG extraordinary meeting and their impacts on AFISNET operation Conclusions/Decision Text Organization Status of implementation Comments Conclusion 22/14 Alignment of SNMC work with the new structure of APIRG That; SNMC align its work programme and procedure with the new structure and work arrangement agreed by APIRG extraordinary meeting All On going Agenda Item 6: Preparation of ITU WRC-15 and ATU related meetings SNMC/23 WP 02 Conclusion 22/15 Preparation of ITU WRC-15 That; SNMC members endeavor to continuously support ICAO position for WRC-15 in this regard they will: 1.
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Score: 870262.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...p%20SNMC%2022%20conc.Decis.pdf
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The second problem is that these leaks undermine the dispute settlement system. They stress the conclusions of the interim panel report, by their nature preliminary and tentative, instead of the final, definitive result of the panel or Appellate Body decision. (...) One approach would be to minimize the elapsed time between the issuance of the interim report and the circulation of the final panel report to all Members. (...) Therefore, the issue is how to deal with this issue in a manner that minimizes the damage to the WTO as an institution and to the integrity of the dispute settlement system.
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Score: 869640.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/sprr_e/stat17_e.htm
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The second problem is that these leaks undermine the dispute settlement system. They stress the conclusions of the interim panel report, by their nature preliminary and tentative, instead of the final, definitive result of the panel or Appellate Body decision. (...) One approach would be to minimize the elapsed time between the issuance of the interim report and the circulation of the final panel report to all Members. (...) Therefore, the issue is how to deal with this issue in a manner that minimizes the damage to the WTO as an institution and to the integrity of the dispute settlement system.  
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Score: 869640.5 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/news_s/sprr_s/stat17_s.htm
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