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Working Party 3M Correspondence Groups Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication About ITU-R Events Databases & e-Services Publications Space Terrestrial Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-R Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Working Party 3M Correspondence Groups Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-R > Study Groups > SG 3 > WP 3M > Working Party 3M Correspondence Groups Share Page Content 20 ​​​ ​ ​​​Group Name/Contact* SharePoint Site  Team​​​​ Discussion​​ CG 3M-2 ITU-R SG 3 DBSG3 databank on measurements for all tables except​ Table VI-1 (Terrestrial Point-to-area data)​​ Chairman : ​ ​​Antonio Martellucci​ ( antonio.marte​llucci@esa.int ) CG 3M-2 CG 3M-3 Review of modelling aspects related to Rec. ITU-R P.681​​​ Chairman : ​​Sébastien Rougerie​ ( Sebastien.Rougerie@cnes.fr​​ ) CG 3M-3 CG 3M-4 Software products, digital maps and reference numerical data products Chairman :   ​Thomas Prechtl​ ( thomas.prechtl@joanneum.at​​ )​​​​ CG 3M-4 ​ CG 3J-3M-5 Effect of clouds and precipitation on attenuation and depolarization on slant paths​​ Chairman : Antonio Martellucci ( Antonio.Martellucci@esa.int ) ​ CG 3J-3M-5 ​ CG 3M-8 Earth-to-Space Path Communications Handbook​ Chairman : Luis Emiliani​ ( luis.emiliani@ses.com ) CG 3M-8 CG 3J-3K-3M-8​​​​ Building entry loss​​​ Chairman :  Richard Rudd ( richard.rudd@plumconsulting.co.uk )​ CG 3J-3K-3M-8 CG 3K-3M-9 Air-to-Ground Propagation​​ Chairman :  William Kozma​​ ( wkozma@ntia.doc.gov ) CG 3K-3M-9 CG 3M-10​​​​​ Development of the hydrometeor scatter model in Recommendation ITU-R P.452​ Chairman :  Ryan McDonough ( ryan.s.mcdonough@nasa.gov ) ​ CG 3M-10 ​ CG 3K-3M-12 Prediction of clutter loss up to 105 GHz​​​ Co-Chairmen : ​​Reza Arefi ( reza.arefi@intel.com​ ) ​​Clare Allen ( clare.allen@ofcom.org.uk​ )​ CG 3K-3M-12 ​​​​​ ​​CG 3J-3M-13 Validation examples Chairmen :  Luis Emiliani ( luis.emiliani@ses.com ) ​ CG 3J-3M-13 ​ CG 3J-3K-3M-14 Revision of Rec. ITU-R P.1409 Chairman :  Hajime Suzuki ( hajime.suzuki@data61.csiro.au ) CG 3J-3K-3M-14 ​​CG 3M-15 Testing of rain and total attenuation models in Recommendation ITU-R P.618​​ Chairman :  Bouchra Benammar ( Bouchra.Benammar@cnes.fr ) CG 3M-15 CG​ 3J-3K-3M-16 The atmospheric radio refractive index and its effects on radiowave propagation Chairman : Antonio Martellucci ( Antonio.Martellucci@esa.int ) CG 3J-3K-3M-16 CG 3K-3M-18 S​​​​tudy common issues relating to the revision of Recommendations ​ITU R P.1812 and ITU-R P.452 Chairman :  ​​Ivica Stevanovic​ ( Ivica.Stevanovic@bakom.admin.ch ) CG​ 3K-3M-18 ​ CG​ 3J-3M-19​ Statistical modelling ​of slant path terrain diffraction Chairman : Bulon Guo ( guobolun@huawei.com ) ​ CG 3​J-3M-19 ​ ​   ​* To join a Correspondence Group, please address your request to the Chairman by e-mail or use the "Join this Community" option on the SharePoint Site if available. ​​
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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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Score: 890305.3 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...orks-resolution-threat-risking
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The proposed context modeling scheme of CABAC is depicted in Fig. 1. In conventional context modeling scheme, the context template consists of two neighboring syntax elements A and B as depicted in Fig 1(a), while the context template of proposed scheme have the additional syntax element C that is located in corresponding base layer macroblock as shown in Fig. 1(b) and 1(c). (...) Assignment of context index to bin index of mb_type in each slice type Syntax element Bin index 0 1 >=2 mb_type (I) #1 Same with AVC Same with AVC mb_type (P) #3 (model-1) Same with AVC Same with AVC mb_type (B) #6 (model-3) #2 (model-2) #1 (fixed) base_mode_flag (P) #3 (model-1) base_mode_flag (I, B) #3 (model-1) base_mode_refinement_flag () #3 (model-1) base_mode_refinement_flag () #3 (model-1) intra_base_flag #1 (fixed) intra_base_flag #1 (fixed) cbpy (I) #6 (model-3) cbpy (P) #6 (model-3) cbpy (B) #6 (model-3) coded_block_flag #4 (model-3) sig_coeff_flag (I) #180 (model-2) significant_coeff_flag (P,B) #180 (model-2) last_significant_coeff_flag (I) #180 (model-2) last_sig_coeff_flag (P,B) #180 (model-2) coeff_abs_level_minus1 #60 (model-2) Same with AVC Same with AVC coeff_abs_level_minus1 #60 (model-2) Same with AVC Same with AVC 3. (...) Conclusion In this document, we proposed new context modeling using inter-layer relationship and binarization process for syntax element corresponding header information and also residual data in enhancement layer.
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Score: 886367 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2005_07_Poznan/JVT-P067.doc
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Methodology: Explore forms and corresponding architectures (understand + develop) Define business models (finance) Realize organization and strategic management systems (strategy) Tools: literature + interviews + case study analysis How about viable smart city projects? Innovation Life-Cycle Understand Develop Organization + Business Modeling Strategic Control Viability City Branding? (...) City services: public services, local administration Citizens: health, education, safety, Government services Business: environment, burdens Transport: cars, road, transportation, airports, harbors Communication: broadband, wireless, phones, computers Water: sanitation, freshwater supplies, seawater Energy: oil, gas, renewable, nuclear 15 Conclusions #3 Understanding & Developing: More preferred architecture: n-tier Technological approach, organization and business models do not affect architecture selection Network, e-services, stakeholders are factors in layer definition Organization + Business Modeling: Most preferred organization: SOE Organization and business models do not affect architecture selection Strategic control: Vienna and Hong Kong: clear strategies with specific vision and mission.
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Score: 885838 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W.../S1P4_LeonidasAnthopoulos.pptx
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This is associated with the session associated with layer 2. 3.3 Possible Layering Models There are many possible methods for layering of the video and organization of the corresponding RTP sessions. (...) The latter method is called the ‘MC Impartial’ model, because it follows the procedure that the MC offers all media to all endpoints. 4.1 MC Decision model In the MC Decision model depends upon the addition of Quality of Service (QOS) capabilities to the Terminal Capability Set. (...) The terminal will need to determine its available QOS at the start of the conference. 4.2 MC Impartial Model The MC Impartial model does not depend on any capability set additions.
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Score: 884731.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1075.doc
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Channel aggregation involves transmission of data over more than one channel. Channel Reference Model: A model used by the transmitter and receiver to maintain synchronization of the channel aggregation rule. (...) 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.
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Score: 884449.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9702_Nic/lbc97041.doc
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The objects chosen for the model are intended to permit sufficient flexibility to model all multimedia systems in the H-series with a single framework, including terminals, gateways, multipoint units, and gatekeepers. (...) H.320 terminal, comprises a number of components: a multiplex, a control subsystem, audio and video codecs, etc.. In the object model, each component is an object and data flows between components correspond to messages between those objects. (...) Control and indication messages in the real system result in changes in state of some objects in the object model, or with the creation of new instances of the corresponding object class.
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Score: 883223.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1083.DOC
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However, institutional and regulatory factors have driven correspondent banks to reduce their exposure to risk. (...) Índice 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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Score: 882434.6 - https://www.cepal.org/pt-br/node/42012
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However, institutional and regulatory factors have driven correspondent banks to reduce their exposure to risk. (...) Índice 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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Score: 882434.6 - https://www.cepal.org/es/node/42012
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Working Party 3J Correspondence Groups Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication About ITU-R Events Databases & e-Services Publications Space Terrestrial Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-R Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Working Party 3J Correspondence Groups Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-R > Study Groups > SG 3 > WP 3J > Working Party 3J Correspondence Groups Share Page Content 20 ​​​​​​​ ​​​Group Name/Contact* SharePoint Site  Team​​​​ Discussion​​ CG 3J-1 Gaseous attenuation​​​ Chairman :  Xavier Boulanger ( Xavier.Boulanger@cnes.fr ) CG 3J-1 CG 3J-2 Modelling of monthly variability of precipitation​ ​in Rec. (...) ITU-R P.1409 Chairman :  Hajime Suzuki ( hajime.suzuki@data61.csiro.au ) CG 3J-3K-3M-14 CG 3J-3K-3M-16 The atmospheric radio refractive index and its effects on radiowave propagation Chairman : Antonio Martellucci ( Antonio.Martellucci@es​a.int ) CG 3J-3K-3M-16 CG 3J-17 Modelling of Earth surfaces bistatic scattering Co-Chairmen :  Ryan McDonough ( ryan.s.mcdonough@nasa.gov ) Paolo de Matthaeis​ ( pdematth@ieee.org ) CG​ 3J-17 CG 3J-3M-19 Statistical modelling of slant path terrain diffraction Chairman : Bulon Guo​ ( guobolun@huawei.com ) ​ CG 3J-3M-19​   ​* To join a Correspondence Group, please address your request to the Chairman by e-mail or use the "Join this Community" option on the SharePoint Site if available.​ ​​ Other Correspondence Group​s of Study Group 3 , Working Parties 3K , 3L and 3M​ ​   ​ ​ ​ Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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