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Because only the distributions within each age range are used from the model, the choice of the model is not too critical. (...) Ages Q-4 derived from model in proportion to observed migration ages 5-14. • Derived from model in proportion to observed migration of ages 5-14. 20 B. (...) Where a significant proportion of migration to or from a place is related to marriage, schooling, military service or other non-labour force 25 reasons, age distributions may become distorted from those represented in the model schedules. In most countries, however, most migration streams appear to correspond to the model schedules.
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Score: 835137.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ubnational-migration/chap3.pdf
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Overall, the main differences between the 2011 update of the UN Model and its 2001 version are as follows: (1) Alternative version of Article 25 providing for mandatory binding arbitration (for countries wishing so) when a dispute, arising under a treaty, cannot be resolved under the usual Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP); (2) New version of Article 26, which confirms and clarifies the importance of exchange of information under the UN Model; (3) New Article 27 concerning assistance in the collection of taxes, which provides the rules under which States may agree to assist each other in tax collection, along the lines of the corresponding provision in the OECD Model Tax Convention; (4) Modified Article 13, dealing with taxation of capital gains, which now addresses possible tax evasion; and (5) Updated Commentary to Article 5, addressing cases where countries wish to delete Article 14 on independent personal services and deal with income, formerly dealt with by Article 14, in Articles 5 and 7 (thus bringing it in line with the OECD Model, in which Article 14 was deleted already in 2000). All changes agreed to in the Articles of the UN Model have been accompanied by corresponding changes in Commentaries to those Articles, which along with the Articles themselves, are considered an integral part of the Model. (...) It also expressed its wish to invite 3 country comments on the revised Model as a way of giving voice to non-OECD members, who were not able to comment on the OECD Model.
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Score: 834281.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...4/10/7STM_ExecutiveSummary.pdf
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In our model, the switch/controller computes the TAS allocations. (...) For brevity we refer to the central‑ SDN and real‑time Ethernet protocol. While the model ized network/distributed user model (hybrid model) also shows promising advantages in theory, only a coarse‑ as the centralized model or the centralized topology. We grained evaluation was presented that, in contrast to our refer to the fully‑distributed (decentralized) model also evaluation, does not examine stream admission rates and as the decentralized model or the decentralized topology.
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Score: 833932.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page30.html
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In our model, the switch/controller computes the TAS allocations. (...) For brevity we refer to the central‑ SDN and real‑time Ethernet protocol. While the model ized network/distributed user model (hybrid model) also shows promising advantages in theory, only a coarse‑ as the centralized model or the centralized topology. We grained evaluation was presented that, in contrast to our refer to the fully‑distributed (decentralized) model also evaluation, does not examine stream admission rates and as the decentralized model or the decentralized topology.
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Score: 833932.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page30.html
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Data collection and ii. Data preparation b. Model lifecycle i. Model training, ii. Model tuning, iii. Model evaluation iv. Model usage, v. Model monitoring, vi. Model maintenance, vii. Model versioning 5. Specify the main assessment criteria for each sub-phase/sub-stage within the ML pipeline a.
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Score: 833361.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-M-058.docx
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ROC (Receiver-Operator Characteristic) curve, that is, the working characteristic curve or receiver operation characteristic curve: the probability value of using the AI model to predict the performance of the image glaucoma-like fundus, between 0-1, at 0.01 intervals to get different thresholds, namely Operation point, use this threshold to classify whether the image in the test set is glaucoma, and then obtain the sensitivity and specificity corresponding to the operation point, and plot the specificity as the horizontal axis and the sensitivity as the vertical axis to obtain ROC curve. (...) Robustness: For the sample case containing a single fundus photo in the standard test set, or for the sample case containing multiple fundus photos, randomly select and fix the selected photo, and record the prediction result of the original image; then perform 5 on the original image Random left and right flips more than two times, random rotation within <= 10°, random cropping or translation within 5% of the image size, and record the image prediction results, calculating the Kappa coefficient between each group of prediction results and the original image prediction results The average value of the obtained Kappa coefficient reflects the robustness of the model against the corresponding image changes. The specific requirements of the test algorithm model indicators: According to the statistics of diagnostic rate of fundus image of a large number of clinical ophthalmologists, considering all factors, we recommend that the verification results of the AI-assisted glaucoma screening system require specificity up to 85% and sensitivity up to 90% can be put into clinical use. (...) The closer to 0, the closer the prediction result of the model is to random; the closer to 1, the better the fitting effect of the model regression prediction CDR value. ____________________________
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Score: 831992.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-I-041.docx
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Microsoft Word - 3 Chile I Microsimulation Models for Latin America, Carlos M. Urzúa (ed.), Mexico City: ITESM © 2011 Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey 3 A microsimulation model of distribution for Chile1 Osvaldo Larrañaga, Jenny Encina and Gustavo Cabezas 1. (...) Characteristics of the model The microsimulation model is arithmetic in nature and partially balanced. (...) Encina and G. Cabezas 2.6. Model assumptions The model was built while making a series of assumptions for its operation.
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Score: 831668.75 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...n/cl/undp_cl_pobreza_publ4.pdf
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DESCRIPTION OF THE ANNEXES The output of the model life table project appears in the five annexes to the report. Annex I presents the model life tables themselves. Annex I1 contains mortality indices by single years of age under age 5 suitable for application of Brass-type indirect estimation procedures. (...) ANNEX I. UNITED NATIONS MODEL LIFE TABLES Male and female model life tables are presented for each of five patterns (the four regional patterns plus the general pattern) for life expectancies at birth between 35 years and 75 years at one-year increments.
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Score: 830572.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../model/lifetables/chap6-en.pdf
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Industrialization, poverty traps, and the Dutch disease: a dual model Giovanni Valensisi∗ This version: December, 9 2008 The paper develops a Ricardo-Viner-Jones model of a small open economy, in which agriculture is subject to diminishing returns and market-clearing wages, while increasing returns and eciency wages prevail in industry. The asymmetric interaction of the two sectors is such that the model dis- plays multiple equilibria and a low-development trap under plausible parametrization. (...) Industrialization, poverty traps, and the Dutch disease: a dual model 7 Figure 1: The eciency wage mechanism Figure 1(a) represents the diagram corresponding to our specication of eort function on the Wi − E space.
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Score: 830035.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...w_e/wkshop09_e/valensisi_e.pdf
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Keywords: Chile, European Union, CGE model, HS6 trade and tariffs, trade elasticities.  (...) The end of the FTA implementation may not necessarily lead to large  potential gains for the EU.  3 Modeling issues  3.1 The  model   The model built for this study is a multi‐sector, multi‐agent, multi‐factor, single region,  comparative  static  CGE  model.  (...) Symbols refer to  model’s  variables  and  parameters.  See  Appendix  for  details. 
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Score: 829953.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...scila_ramos_uade_argentina.pdf
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