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Article 11 In Article 104, paragraph 1 shall be amended to read as follows: "If not otherwise provided by this Law, the performer has the exclusive right to authorise: 1) radio or television broadcast of his performance; 2) communication to the public of his performance by means of a loud-speaker or other technical devices from the room or place the performance is taking place; 3) sound or visual, or sound and visual fixation of the performance; 4) direct or indirect reproduction of his fixed performance in its entirety or in parts; 5) putting into circulation of the original or the copies of his fixed performance including the importation and the rental thereof. (...) Article 15 Article 116 shall be amended to read as follows: "The activity of administering performers' rights shall be, with the authorisation of the State Intellectual Property Office, carried out by the associations of performers and other holders of the performers' rights as well as by other legal entities specialised for the administration of performers' rights. (...) For the administration of performers' rights the association of performers or other specialised legal entity referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, shall need the power of attorney given by the performer, or by other holder of performers’ rights.”
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Score: 548360.06 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV48A2_LEG_5.pdf
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- 2 - QUESTION ITU-R 277-1/4 Performance objectives for digital fixed-satellite and mobile-satellite services with variable bit-rate paths (2009-2018) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that service requirements are constantly evolving and new services are rapidly emerging which may have an impact on satellite link performance requirements; b) that most of the recent fixed-satellite service (FSS) and mobile-satellite service (MSS) systems are adopting adaptive transmission techniques in order to compensate for time-varying propagation conditions, including the effects of rain attenuation and multipath fading, thereby satisfying error performance objectives consistently; c) that the performance objectives of FSS systems defined in Recommendation ITU-R S.1062 may be different from those required by the satellite systems with variable bit-rate paths, due to adaptive transmission schemes; d) that fade margins in the bands typically used for service links (forward/return) to mobile terminals can be substantially different from those in bands typically used for feeder links and this may result in different performance objectives for these two types of links; e) that the use of error correction coding techniques that approach the theoretical Shannon capacity limit, with soft iterative decoding methods, in modern satellite systems can result in satisfactory operation at reduced levels of carrier-to-noise plus interference ratio ( C /( N + I )), but can also result in different burst decoding error characteristics compared to the conventional error correction coding techniques; f) that the treatment of performance objectives for safety related services in bands allocated to the MSS could be different than for non-safety related services in those bands; g) that with respect to message transfer time (end-to-end), performance objectives for store-and-forward services may be less stringent than those for real-time services; h) that performance objectives for mobile-satellite services may be influenced by those of the terrestrial mobile service where the satellite service is used to complement such services; i) that Recommendations ITU-R SM.1751 and ITU-R M.1188 introduce a link margin metric which can be applied as an “additional methodology for the evaluation of the effect of interference between radiocommunication networks”, which may be used in the evaluation of performance and the determination of performance objective of non-GSO, TDMA-based, MSS systems serving handheld equipment of users in motion, decides that the following Questions should be studied For each of the various digital FSS and MSS systems: 1 What are the bit error performance objectives and preferable bit error performance distributions in the appropriate hypothetical reference digital path? (...) 5 How should the performance objective of §   1 be allocated amongst feeder links and service links? 6 What additional methodologies should be developed to evaluate performance and what are the performance objectives for non-GSO MSS systems, which serve handheld equipment of users in motion?
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Score: 548117.63 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...QUE-SG04.277-1-2018-MSW-E.docx
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That the unlawful negative performance appraisals be expunged from his file. Facts 3. (...) The decision not to renew the contract was based on the Applicant’s unsatisfactory performance. The file reflects the fact that the Applicant’s performance was far from satisfactory. (...) B) Performance appraisal of 21 June 2006 by the new Chief Administrative Officer covering the period from 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006 in the form of a Field Operation Performance Appraisal 43.
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Score: 547888.1 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...t/judgments/undt-2011-013e.pdf
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Article 13 In Article 104, paragraph 1 shall be amended to read as follows: "If not otherwise provided by this Law, the performer has the exclusive right to authorise: 1) radio or television broadcast of his performance; 2) communication to the public of his performance by means of a loud-speaker or other technical devices from the room or place the performance is taking place; 3) sound or visual, or sound and visual fixation of the performance; 4) direct or indirect reproduction of his fixed performance in its entirety or in parts; 5) putting into circulation of the original or the copies of his fixed performance including the importation and the rental thereof. (...) Article 17 Article 116 shall be amended to read as follows: "The activity of administering performers' rights shall be, with the authorisation of the State Intellectual Property Office, carried out by the associations of performers and other holders of the performers' rights as well as by other legal entities specialised for the administration of performers' rights. (...) For the administration of performers' rights the association of performers or other specialised legal entity referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, shall need the power of attorney given by the performer, or by other holder of performers’ rights.”
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Score: 547819.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV57_LEG_1.pdf
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Performance • Aviation standards are published to define applicable criteria for each type of communication system/equipment identified in slide 7 of this presentation • Actual operational performance varies for each type of comm system/equipment identified in slide 7 of this presentation • ICAO and various State CAAs have thus embraced a Performance Based concept ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 10Federal Aviation Administration Implementation vs. Performance • Contributing factors affecting Performance that cannot be accomplished with defined implementation criteria – Natural obstacle by terrain (e.g. mountain), – Man made obstacle (e.g. buildings), – Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) – Congestion (e.g. presence of too many aircraft or proximity of ground system antennas or Air Traffic Service Providers (ATSPs a.k.a. ANSPs)) – Route of flight ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 11Federal Aviation Administration Performance-based operations (PBO) • PBO ≠ PBN – 50 NM longitudinal – 30 NM longitudinal – 30 NM lateral – ½ degree lateral (25 NM lateral) – 5 min longitudinal – ADS-C CDP Require FANS 1/A+ at RCP 240 & RSP 180 Require RNP 4 ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 12Federal Aviation Administration Performance-based operations (PBO) • Inclusively Communication, Navigation and Surveillance performance is required for Performance-Based Operations • Communication Performance specified via RCP xxx • Navigation Performance specified via RNP xxx • Surveillance Performance specified via RSP xxx ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 13Federal Aviation Administration Performance-based operations (PBO) • The transition to a performance-based airspace system was determined to be “a critical aspect of the evolution to a safe and efficient global air traffic management (ATM) environment” making it “necessary to ensure acceptable operational performance, taking into account changing technologies” • The PBCS concept originated from RCP and was developed in response to: – increased use and dependency of commercial communication services in the provision of air traffic services – critical need for objective oversight of the performance and safety of the highly complex system ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 14Federal Aviation Administration Performance-based operations (PBO) Performance- Based Operation Airspace • PANS ATM • Regional SUPPs • AIP/AIM • NOTAM • Flight Plan • Jeppesen • … Operator • Operational Authorization • AC 90-117 • … Aircraft • Airplane Flight Manual • AC 20-140 • … PBN (ICAO Doc 9613) PBCS Manual (ICAO Doc 9869) GOLD (ICAO Doc 10037) Regulatory instruments Guidance documents ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 15Federal Aviation Administration Performance-based operations (PBO) ICAO ESAF Workshop – PBCS - Oct 19-20, 2021 16Federal Aviation Administration ICAO Doc 9869, PBCS Manual • Performance Specification provide an objective operational criteria to evaluate different and emerging communication and surveillance technologies, intended for evolving air traffic management (ATM) operations • Performance Specification characterizes performance of the end-to-end data message (i.e.
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Score: 547768.26 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...201/PBCS-FAA%20-%20Mustach.pdf
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TEMPORARY DOCUMENT: Proposed Introduction and Scope for G.E2EIPP, Estimating End-to-End Performance in IP Networks for data applications - 1 - Draft new ITU-T Recommendation G.1030 Estimating End-to-End Performance in IP Networks for data applications Summary This Recommendation provides a framework of tools to obtain IP network performance, estimate the performance of user applications, and apply perceptual models to gauge user satisfaction with the end-to-end performance. The user-perceived performance of data applications on packet networks is dependent on many factors, including the end-to-end performance of the packet network, the application’s dependency on the communications network, the performance of the terminals and other devices beyond the purview of the network operator(s), and the user’s task and the extent of user interaction with the application. (...) Once the application performance has been estimated, then perceptual models can be applied to interpret the level of end-to-end performance attained.
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Score: 547756.1 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...p/history/g1030/g1030s_ww9.doc
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Microsoft Word - ATS SG 11 WP 3_Performance Objectives ATS/AIS/SAR SG/11 WP/03 9/04/10 International Civil Aviation Organization Eastern and Southern African Office ELEVENTH MEETING OF THE APIRG AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES/ AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICE/SEARCH AND RESCUE/ SUB-GROUP (ATS/AIS/SAR SG/11) (Nairobi, Kenya 26 -30 April 2010) Agenda Item: 3 APIRG Performance Objectives (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY ICAO has adopted a performance-based approach for the planning of air navigation services. In this regard the SP AFI RAN referred to APIRG a series of performance framework frames establishing performance objectives for the AFI region and relevant timeframe for achievement, to be updated and effectively applied in the region. (...) A series of performance framework Forms (PFF) relating to air navigation fields was considered by the meeting and referred to APIRG as a mechanism to identify the performance objectives as well as to establish timeframes for the regional planning and implementation process.
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Score: 547547.66 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20performance%20objectives.pdf
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View PDF UNDT/2022/042, Adel Yazbek UNAT Held or UNDT Pronouncements Performance evaluation: The Tribunal must accord deference to the Administration’s appraisal of the Applicant’s performance, and considering that the Applicant mostly does not dispute the underlying facts of the finding of poor performance, the Tribunal finds that the finding of poor performance is supported by evidence. (...) Accordingly, the Tribunal finds that performance standards required of the Applicant were not unreasonable. (...) Considering a number of emails exchanged between the Applicant and his managers, numerous meetings held to discuss his performance, two performance evaluations, and two PIPs, there is no question that the Applicant was made aware of the required performance standard.
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Score: 547547.66 - https://www.un.org/internaljus...ce/oaj/en/print/pdf/node/20856
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By disseminating the results of the EPRs in the form of 3rd Environmental Performance Review of Romania 01 November 2021 - English The present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of Romania. (...) By disseminating the results of the EPRs in the form of a calendar for the upcoming 3rd Environmental Performance Review of North Macedonia 03 November 2019 - English he present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of North Macedonia. (...) It covers legal and policy frameworks, greening the economy, environmental monitoring, and public 3rd Environmental Performance Review of Kazakhstan 04 June 2019 - English The present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of Kazakhstan.
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Score: 547530.13 - https://unece.org/publications...ironmental-performance-reviews
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By disseminating the results of the EPRs in the form of 3rd Environmental Performance Review of Romania 01 November 2021 - English The present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of Romania. (...) By disseminating the results of the EPRs in the form of a calendar for the upcoming 3rd Environmental Performance Review of North Macedonia 03 November 2019 - English he present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of North Macedonia. (...) It covers legal and policy frameworks, greening the economy, environmental monitoring, and public 3rd Environmental Performance Review of Kazakhstan 04 June 2019 - English The present publication contains the third Environmental Performance Review of Kazakhstan.
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Score: 547530.13 - https://unece.org/fr/publicati...ironmental-performance-reviews
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