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Page 666 - Unleashing the potenti al of the Internet of Things           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 666 - Unleashing the potenti al of the Internet of Things P. 666 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things II.2 Analysis between two architectural models An analysis of features and detailed functions, shown in clause II.1, reveals that the ITS station reference architecture has a structure quite similar to the functional architecture model of NGN, although some of the terminology ("Facilities", "Transport" and "Access technologies") in the ITS station reference architecture is used in a different way in NGN. Considering this different usage of terminology, this appendix shows a way to harmonize the ITS station reference architecture model into the functional architecture model of the networked vehicle over NGN, based on the analysis of features and detailed functions. (...) Thus, this should correspond to "Service/application support functions" in NGN.
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PowerPoint Presentation Correspondent banking The Caribbean Association of Banks has indicated that almost 60% of member institutions that it has interviewed report a loss of one or more correspondent banking relationships, and that, even in some cases where relationships have been maintained, key services, such as check clearance and wire transfers, have been discontinued. (...) • Technology is not yet mature • Privacy concerns are not yet resolved • Regulators are not yet engaged • Governance models are not yet in place • Monitoring capacity is not yet established • Integration with existing institutions and information systems has not yet occurred Regardless of whether value is transferred through a blockchain or through the traditional wire service, correspondent banks still have regulatory obligations with regard to AML/CFT, CDD, tax transparency, and economic sanction regimes. (...) But blockchains do present some opportunities… Blockchains can be used to… • Make monitoring easier A blockchain-based settlement network can offer tools to improve surveillance of transactions, which would enable better detection of illicit financial transfers and thereby decrease risk and associated compliance costs. • Cut out the middleman A blockchain-based network may eventually offer Caribbean banks the opportunity to bypass correspondent banks altogether. Blockchain-based options for bank clearance and settlement 1) The Open Model Use Bitcoin or another commodity-like digital currency – either directly, or by building on top of their public blockchain 2) The Permissioned Model Use blockchains operated by a restricted consortium of banks and other institutions 3) The Centralized Model Central Bank-issued Digital Currencies (CBDCs) Open blockchains • Bitcoin, Ethereum, DASH…… this is where innovation comes from. • But its also the Wild West. • Pseudonymous ≠ Private Permissioned blockchains • Restricted to a limited set of participating institutions – So how is governance to be managed?
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However, institutional and regulatory factors have driven correspondent banks to reduce their exposure to risk. (...) Table of contents Introduction. -- I. Blockchain-based models for financial institutions. -- A. The open model. -- B. The permissioned model. -- C. The centralized model. -- II. Use of blockchains for settlement and clearing. -- III.
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The data plane protocol reference model of the ITU-T G.9701 link is shown in Figure 5-10 and corresponds to the FTU protocol reference model shown in Figure 5-9. Figure 5-10 – Data plane protocol reference model 5.4 FTU functional model The FTU functional model is presented in Figure 5-11 and includes functional blocks and interfaces of the FTU-O and FTU-R specified in this Recommendation. The model illustrates the most basic functionality of an FTU and comprises an application-invariant part and an application-specific part.
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The permissioned model ................................................................................................ 15 C. (...) The institution of Central Bank Issued Digital Currencies (CBDCs) For the purpose of this paper, we will refer to these, respectively, as the open model, the permissioned model, and the centralized model. (...) That said, of the three systems it is probably the one that would most directly address the concerns that have led to de-risking and the withdrawal of correspondent banking relationships. A. The open model While there are a large number of open digital currencies in the world today, Bitcoin was the first and remains the most dominant.
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 Page 103 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2021           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 103 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2021 P. 103 Connecting physical and virtual worlds Camera of Establishing 3D Object Video input Handheld Device model Making 3D Animation Plane Detection Dimension Scanning Import model and Marker-less animation data into Tracking program 3D Registration, Obtain Camera Position Object Transformation Gesture Scale Color Recognition Stack virtual Establish Projection model on the real Occlusion Model of virtual object scene Handling Rotate Heat Map Texture Figure 1 - Architecture of the proposed system position are determined. (...) Each scene detected and the trackable object which is to be rendered is contains all models of that particular level, and the first scene is the model selection. (...) The prefab asset type acts Detect Depth of as a template from which new model instances can be created Feature Positioning in the scene and it stores an interior model complete with its corresponding components and properties.
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 Page 527 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 527 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation P. 527 Cloud Computing management 2 9 NaaS service operational policy framework This clause aims to present the NaaS service operational policy framework which consists of elements and functions provided by the CSP and the corresponding procedure. 9.1 Elements of NaaS service operational policy NaaS service operational policy data models are operated from creation to execution in the NaaS service operational policy framework. (...) NaaS service operational policy data models are created with the integration of NaaS service data models. 9.1.2 NaaS service operational policy decision point The NaaS service operational policy decision point (NPDP) is responsible for the distribution and decisions of NaaS service operational policy data models. (...) In the repository, NaaS service operational policy data models are grouped by different dimensions, which include, but are not limited to, the corresponding NaaS service data model, the type or category, the lifecycle, the ownership or administrative domain, the geographic area or location, the technology type, the describing language and version, and the security level. 9.1.4 NaaS service operational policy enforcement point The NPEP is responsible for the enforcement of NaaS service operational policy data models during the runtime execution time. 9.2 Functions of NaaS service operational policy Table 9-1 provides descriptions of the main functions related to the NaaS service operational policy data model. 519     522     523     524     525     526     527     528     529     530     531     532          
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Due to these improvements, the proposed model can still be efficient when memory compression unit is not equal to decompressible unit. (...) NEC offered a model to measure the memory bandwidth for evaluating the reference frame compression algorithms in TE2. (...) Certainly, for the frame compression algorithm with the same decompressiable unit and memory compression unit, the proposed model in this will have the same evaluation results with the model offered by NEC. 1 Model description 1.1 Overview The reference frame decompression, a reverse process of reference frame compression, transfers bit-stream stored in DDR SDRAM into pixel values.
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These are outlined in the next section and ultimately examined in models and corresponding deployment. 7 Hypotheses A number of hypothesis were generated in this work, some of which were answered, others are still outstanding and await further deployment development and insight. The hypotheses include: • A variety of approaches will emerge to support merchant acceptance, each with its own unique Business Model, Transaction Flow and Pricing; • Given the recent emergence of merchant acceptance we expect to see various pricing approaches deployed; • Purchase transactions will be characterized by push and pull approaches; • Third parties are likely to emerge and play a role in more fragmented markets where they can lower the transaction costs associated with in-house arrangements; • To expand eMoney services beyond P2P services to enable P2M payments, the deployment of new technology will create an incentive to work with specialized third parties to deploy and service POI capabilities as well as train store staff in their use; • Movement towards open loop systems, at the POI, will drive the introduction of 3rd party players who can enable merchant acceptance for multiple payment types; • The drive for scale and its corresponding revenue opportunities, coupled with the improved economics achieved by Payment Facilitators, will drive their emergence in the near further. 8 Overview of Key Model Characteristics This effort focuses on key model characteristics and the identification of generalizable models in eMoney deployments to drive merchant acceptance. (...) These models are described in more detail in the next section.
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CHANNEL PROPORTION The CHANNEL PROPORTION parameter indicates the relative rate at which data is to be transmitted over the Channel corresponding to a given Header. This value is used in determining the allocation of data between Channels as defined by the Channel Reference Model. (...) For each Sample, the Channel Reference Model shall be incremented by one step. Each step of the Channel Reference Model results in a CHANNEL TAG. (...) For each step of the Channel Reference Model corresponding to one Sample, the Table also shows the effect of each of the four steps listed in Section REF _Ref372799094 \n 5.3.1.3 on the internal state variables.
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