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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: 866951.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1083.DOC
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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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Score: 865378.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...urs-correspondence-groups.aspx
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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: 865298.2 - 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: 865298.2 - https://www.cepal.org/es/node/42012
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For example, based on existing embedded device vulnerability information, establishing a vulnerability mining algorithm model for cardiac pacemakers, and developing corresponding tools to effectively evaluate the safety of existing pacemakers. (...) Benchmarking The benchmarking process is divided into three stages · The first stage: Establish a “known vulnerability database” by collecting health device vulnerabilities, summarizing and extracting common features. · The second stage: Establish an algorithmic model, focusing on specific devices and protocols, for targeted vulnerability mining and testing. · The third stage: Expand the model to build a general mining algorithm model for various health devices’ vulnerability, as well as develop the corresponding tools. There are three sub-phases in the last two stages: · Phase 1: vulnerability information collection and model developing · Phase 2: Expected verification and usage feedback · Phase 3: Continuous improvement of models and tools Expected results are as follows: Establish a “known vulnerability database” of health devices; establish an algorithm model for specific devices and protocols; expand to build a general mining algorithm model for various health devices’ vulnerability, as well as develop corresponding tools.
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Score: 864125.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-D-015.docx
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This is taken to cover the following areas: a) Review of all the activity processes and development of a new business process model; b) Formulation of an information technology strategy; c) Preparation of an implementation plan, for both the business processes model and the information technology infrastructure; d) Development of the necessary prototypes and the implementation of the new processes, covering the above referred areas; e) Implementation of actions to ensure that the Union will be prepared to use and assimilate the new systems and procedures, particularly the training of the staff on the use of the new solutions. (...) It should include cost implications of the implementation plan (potentially with variant scenarios with different cost options). The business process model must be set out very clearly, and in a way that relates to the ITU Strategic Plan for 2004-07. The process for continuous development of the business process model as strategy evolves should be explicitly addressed.
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Score: 863089.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/co...or%20Consultancy%20Project.pdf
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The information model is interface protocol neutral and specified using the Unified Modelling Language (UML). (...) The specific data models considered in this Recommendation include, but not limited to, YANG data models. (...) The information model is interface protocol neutral and specified using the Unified Modelling Language (UML).
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Score: 862945.1 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10365
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Step3 Calculate PIC Step4 Qualify patch Unfortunately, all the works above focus on network Step5 Form balanced batch structure to achieve better subjective/objective results, and none of them pay attention to the various imbalance issues BSR training model Loss (Lp + L1 + L2) presented in this paper. Here, we propose a balanced SR framework, which we will detail in the next section. Update model & generate No converge? a new balanced batch Yes 3. BALANCED SR BSR trained model 3.1 Architecture Figure 3 – Balanced SR framework The entire framework of the proposed BSR is illustrated in After one iteration of batch training, if the BSR is not Figure 3, and the working process of batch acquisition is converged, the current model gets updated and a new depicted as below: balanced batch is generated using Step 1 to Step 5.
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Score: 862363.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page191.html
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The specific formula is: partially closed model of WeChat. There are 8 departments corresponding to WeChat, and Y ,M ,V and Y respectively (7) ’ ’ represent the intermediate input, import, added value and = / total input of the sth department, while the final demand =1 output is F ,Y and M , which respectively represent the represents the direct output value of WeChat; total output and total input. (...) Then, the direct consumption coefficient matrix department; represents the urban adjustment coefficient. A of this model can be expressed as: The output employment coefficient of WeChat shall be 11 12 … 1 ’ further calculated, which can be obtained by dividing the 21 22 … 2 ’ direct employment number driven by WeChat calculated = (5) … … … … above by the direct output value of WeChat. The specific 1 2 … ’ formula is: Then, the Lconticf matrix (I − A)is obtained, and the = (8) complete consumption coefficient matrix B of this model is deduced, which shows the indirect influence of the sth department's participation in the s'th department's output represents the output employment coefficient of WeChat; activities through its input to the output of other departments, represents the number of direct employment of WeChat; which can be expressed as: represents the direct output value of WeChat. – 12 –     65     66     67     68     69     70     71     72     73     74     75          
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Score: 862363.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page70.html
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The modelled objects being part of these NaaS information models can be grouped as NaaS resource model, NaaS service model, and NaaS service operational policy model. (...) Once a NaaS service is instantiated for a NaaS CSC, the corresponding NaaS service model designed by the NaaS CSP is exposed to the NaaS CSC. (...) This model defines NaaS CSP-wide policies applicable for the corresponding NaaS service and is designed by the NaaS CSP or CSN (e.g., service developer).
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Score: 861009.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page680.html
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