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The same should be done if the data are simulated. It is also important to remember, as noted above, that for each individual whose future is being simulated, the model (embedded in the computer program) generates a probability distribution over possible values of each variable in the future, while one run of the simulation program produces one draw from this distribution 1 for each person. (...) But as noted above, one run of the simulation program produces not an estimate of a persons expected value but a draw from the full relative frequency distribution for that variable. (...) If and asterisk (*) is used to denote a simulated value, then by analogy to usual sampling theory, the standard error of a simulated sample mean is in which the unknown population standard deviation for the variable has been replaced by its (simulated) sample counterpart, and N is the number of individuals simulated (not the number of repetitions of the simulation algorithm).
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Score: 1304680.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...n/events/pdf/expert/1/wolf.pdf
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 Page 177 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2020           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 177 - Kaleidoscope Academic Conference Proceedings 2020 P. 177 Industry-driven digital transformation 2.2.1 Primary screening 3.1 Generation of a suspicious object database via simulation In the preliminary screening, the visible light camera can monitor each person in the surveillance area and record To establish a suspicious object database composed of various their facial images and related information. At the same passive sensor images by simulation, two parameters should time, the W-band radars can identify whether any person be considered. (...) To this end, we generated person is detected, the system will automatically track it and 44 kinds of bottles, 41 kinds of forks, 37 kinds of knives and send the security staff the relevant information to conduct a 45 kinds of scissors through simulation, with a total of 10516, secondary screening. 9799, 8843, and 10755 samples, respectively. 2.2.2 Secondary screening 3.2 Generation of a suspicious object database by means of active/passive imagers In the secondary screening, a hybrid imager composed of active and passive imagers will be employed to identify the In addition to simulation, we also generate real experimental detailed suspicious objects (knife, gun, scissors, etc.) the images for a suspicious object database through active or suspicious person is holding.
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Score: 1298490.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page177.html
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For any per- • We assume that the community as a whole knows son , given that person contacted confirmed all the contacts between all of its people, and when- infected persons during the tracing window, we use ever a person is removed the community gets to ℙ ({ got infected}) = 1 − (1 − ) (17) know this information at the beginning of the next day. (...) We note that, then choose to test those persons who have the with the knowledge of and assuming the value of highest probabilities of being infected. , the community is able to compute Eq. (17) and Eq. (18). • Policy 2: It additionally utilizes the contact graph, and checks the number of contacts of each person We perform simulations for 150 consecutive days, and ∈ . (...) More details on the sim- Our simulation results are summarized in Fig. 2. We ulation setup are as follows: explicitly state the number of total infections in Table 1. • The population size is 1000 people, and a single tracing policy parameter total infections person (that is chosen uniformly at random from no tracing — 987 the population) is infected by the virus at day zero.
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Score: 1273795.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page117.html
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Veritas – 2nd Pan-European User Forum, “Defining simulation task models for everyday solutions” 20th September 2011, Nottingham, UK. (...) Then the simulation is repeated through a series of different accessibility criteria such as a person with a bad back or an elderly person with weak muscles.  (...) It shall not be made available to, and used by, any other persons or entities without the prior written consent of ITU-T.
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Score: 1270478.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...2E/02/T2E020001310001MSWE.docx
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Shift policies/scenarios          4.1. Shift from/to personal vehicles to/from public  transport          4.2.  (...) The index ranges from 0 (indicating that the transport system is primarily focused on personal vehicles  and the share of pkm on personal vehicles tends to 100% when GDP per capita increases) to 1  (indicating that the transport system is fully public transport‐oriented and share of pkm on personal  vehicles is 0%).   (...) ForFITS also considers personal TWO WHEELERS and personal THREE WHEELERS together. 
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Score: 1258432.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/do...TS__policies_and_scenarios.pdf
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Classroom training. In-person, instructor-led training which may include group exercises and interactive instructional sessions. (...) Cabin crew recurrent training 2-7 Recurrent training topic Theoretical items for online recurrent training programme Critical items to complete post-alleviation Other items for next recurrent training cycle — Water and waste systems Normal procedures and related hands- on and/or simulated exercises — Procedures for securing the cabin and stowage of carry- on baggage — In-flight safety procedures — Turbulence procedures — Simulated exercise of the correct safety seating position in cabin crew seat for take-off/landing Note.— The correct safety seating position may be covered in the simulated exercise of an evacuation. — Simulated exercise on conducting a pre- flight briefing — Hands-on exercise on verifying operative equipment — Hands-on exercise on securing galley equipment — Simulated exercise on securing the cabin — Simulated exercise on conducting announcements to passengers — Simulated exercise on conducting a passenger briefing — Hands-on exercise on the use of cabin crew seat belt and harness — Simulated exercise on conducting a safety demonstration — Simulated exercise of flight deck access procedures Note.— The use of cabin crew seat belt and harness may be covered in the simulated exercise of an evacuation. 2-8 ICAO Handbook for Cabin Crew Recurrent Training during COVID-19 Recurrent training topic Theoretical items for online recurrent training programme Critical items to complete post-alleviation Other items for next recurrent training cycle Firefighting — Firefighting procedures — Lithium battery firefighting procedures — Fire containment device — Class A and Class B firefighting techniques — Use of portable fire extinguisher — Hands-on exercise on retrieving and operating firefighting and protective equipment — Simulated firefighting exercise — Live firefighting exercise using firefighting equipment Note.— As per approved training programme or as required by the State (e.g. every 24 or 36 months). (...) Review of recent accidents and/or incidents pertinent to the operator — Captured under CRM Refer to CRM Refer to CRM Trafficking in persons — Changes to legislation or national regulations related to trafficking in persons Not applicable/fully covered online Not applicable/fully covered online 1.
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Score: 1248543 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...ments/Doc.10148.alltext.en.pdf
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For Claire Le Franc, a student at Science Po Rennes, Model United Nations has had only beneficial aspects, both personally and professionally. “The UN simulations are a precious opportunity to gain self-confidence, speaking a foreign language in front of an assembly and other delegates,” she says. (...) It is an extensive guide to help Model UN participants and organizing teams to bring their simulations closer to the reality of how the UN really works.    (...) “It centralizes all the information in an accessible way, which enables the democratization of UN simulations." Now that UN simulations are taking place in hybrid and in-person settings, the United Nations Guide to Model UN serves as a valuable tool for both those just starting out and those already passionate about Model UN.
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Score: 1247232.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/177006
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For these simulations, the value for the product wrij was multiplied by four. (...) If the social net is as effective as in this simulations, even persons with extremely low human capital levels can afford to migrate, at least in short distances movements, although they will not migrate due to the negative values for the net returns. (...) Rural/urban migration simulations Now we turn our attention to the rural/urban migration.
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Score: 1243337.9 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...les/courses/files/agolgher.pdf
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For Claire Le Franc, a student at Science Po Rennes, Model United Nations has had only beneficial aspects, both personally and professionally. “The UN simulations are a precious opportunity to gain self-confidence, speaking a foreign language in front of an assembly and other delegates,” she says. (...) It is an extensive guide to help Model UN participants and organizing teams to bring their simulations closer to the reality of how the UN really works.    (...) “It centralizes all the information in an accessible way, which enables the democratization of UN simulations." Now that UN simulations are taking place in hybrid and in-person settings, the United Nations Guide to Model UN serves as a valuable tool for both those just starting out and those already passionate about Model UN.
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Score: 1224045.2 - https://www.un.org/en/delegate...ions-guide-model-un-now-french
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Science and Technology Secretary of UTN Facultad Regional Santa Fe Activity: Since 1986 Assistant teacher in Modeling and Simulation. Since 1999 Professor of Simulation of System Information Engineering. Also Professor of postgraduate courses (“Experimental Design”, “Introduction to DEVS Formalism Simulation (Discrete Events Systems Simulation)”. Researcher and Director of Investigation Project (11) in simulation models of performance network computer, e-commerce, energy systems and sustainable development. Director of PhD Thesis “Modeling and Simulation of E-businees Performance Processes” (2013).
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Score: 1202202.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a.../Pages/Ana-Rosa-Tymoschuk.aspx
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