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For more information, click on the picture/title.  2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities 2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities This report provides a snapshot of the capacity development activities undertaken by UN DESA’s Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG) in 2021. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title. New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs contributed by UN DESA/DPIDG are now available in the UN DESA Policy Brief series. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title.                        Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , UN DESA       DONATE Footer A-Z SITE INDEX CONTACT US ACKNOWLEDGMENTS COPYRIGHT FRAUD ALERT PRIVACY NOTICE TERMS OF USE Menu
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Score: 660117.3 - https://unpan.un.org/
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For more information, click on the picture/title.  2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities 2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities This report provides a snapshot of the capacity development activities undertaken by UN DESA’s Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG) in 2021. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title. New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs contributed by UN DESA/DPIDG are now available in the UN DESA Policy Brief series. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title.                        Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , UN DESA       DONATE Footer A-Z SITE INDEX CONTACT US ACKNOWLEDGMENTS COPYRIGHT FRAUD ALERT PRIVACY NOTICE TERMS OF USE Menu
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For more information, click on the picture/title.  2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities 2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities This report provides a snapshot of the capacity development activities undertaken by UN DESA’s Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG) in 2021. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title. New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs contributed by UN DESA/DPIDG are now available in the UN DESA Policy Brief series. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title.                        Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , UN DESA       DONATE Footer A-Z SITE INDEX CONTACT US ACKNOWLEDGMENTS COPYRIGHT FRAUD ALERT PRIVACY NOTICE TERMS OF USE Menu
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Score: 660117.3 - https://unpan.un.org/index.php/home
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For more information, click on the picture/title.  2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities 2021 Snapshots of Capacity Development Activities This report provides a snapshot of the capacity development activities undertaken by UN DESA’s Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG) in 2021. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title. New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs now available New Policy Briefs contributed by UN DESA/DPIDG are now available in the UN DESA Policy Brief series. (...) For more information, click on the picture/title.                        Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , UN DESA       DONATE Footer A-Z SITE INDEX CONTACT US ACKNOWLEDGMENTS COPYRIGHT FRAUD ALERT PRIVACY NOTICE TERMS OF USE Menu
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Massah abused his position in taking pictures of nude local women including cleaners in his apartment. 7. (...) Massah admitted to having taken pictures of people during parties that he had organized. (...) Two of the pictures show a hand on the sexual organs of a nude woman.
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Score: 654892.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-274.pdf
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Contents 2 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax 2 1.1 Reference Picture Selection Flags (RPSF) 2 1.2 Picture Number (PN) 2 1.3 Reference Picture Selection Layer (RPSL) 2 1.4 Re-Mapping of Picture Numbers Indicator (RMPNI) 3 1.4.1 Absolute Difference of Picture Numbers (ADPN) 4 1.4.2 Long-term Picture Index for Re-Mapping (LPIR) 4 1.5 Reference Picture Buffering Type (RPBT) 5 1.5.1 Memory Management Control Operation (MMCO) 5 1.5.1.1 Difference of Picture Numbers (DPN) 6 1.5.1.2 Long-term Picture Index (LPIN) 6 1.5.1.3 Maximum Long-Term Picture Index Plus 1 (MLIP1) 6 2 Multi-Picture Decoder Process 7 2.1 Decoder Process for Short/Long-term Picture Management 7 2.2 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffer Mapping 8 2.3 Decoder Process for Multi-Picture Motion Compensation 8 2.4 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffering Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax The syntax is altered in slice layer. (...) The PN serves as a unique ID for each picture stored in the multi-picture buffer within 2^X coded and stored pictures. (...) For example, if the buffer contains three short-term pictures with short-term picture numbers 300, 302, and 303 (which were transmitted in increasing picture-number order) and two long-term pictures with long-term picture indices 0 and 3, the default index order is: default relative index 0 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 303, default relative index 1 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 302, default relative index 2 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 300, default relative index 3 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 0, and default relative index 4 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 3.
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Score: 654002.64 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O10.doc
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Contents 2 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax 2 1.1 Reference Picture Selection Flags (RPSF) 2 1.2 Picture Number (PN) 2 1.3 Reference Picture Selection Layer (RPSL) 2 1.4 Re-Mapping of Picture Numbers Indicator (RMPNI) 3 1.4.1 Absolute Difference of Picture Numbers (ADPN) 4 1.4.2 Long-term Picture Index for Re-Mapping (LPIR) 4 1.5 Reference Picture Buffering Type (RPBT) 5 1.5.1 Memory Management Control Operation (MMCO) 5 1.5.1.1 Difference of Picture Numbers (DPN) 6 1.5.1.2 Long-term Picture Index (LPIN) 6 1.5.1.3 Maximum Long-Term Picture Index Plus 1 (MLIP1) 6 2 Multi-Picture Decoder Process 7 2.1 Decoder Process for Short/Long-term Picture Management 7 2.2 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffer Mapping 8 2.3 Decoder Process for Multi-Picture Motion Compensation 8 2.4 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffering Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax The syntax is altered in slice layer. (...) The PN serves as a unique ID for each picture stored in the multi-picture buffer within 2^X coded and stored pictures. (...) For example, if the buffer contains three short-term pictures with short-term picture numbers 300, 302, and 303 (which were transmitted in increasing picture-number order) and two long-term pictures with long-term picture indices 0 and 3, the default index order is: default relative index 0 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 303, default relative index 1 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 302, default relative index 2 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 300, default relative index 3 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 0, and default relative index 4 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 3.
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Score: 654002.64 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O10.doc
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Contents 2 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax 2 1.1 Reference Picture Selection Flags (RPSF) 2 1.2 Picture Number (PN) 2 1.3 Reference Picture Selection Layer (RPSL) 2 1.4 Re-Mapping of Picture Numbers Indicator (RMPNI) 3 1.4.1 Absolute Difference of Picture Numbers (ADPN) 4 1.4.2 Long-term Picture Index for Re-Mapping (LPIR) 4 1.5 Reference Picture Buffering Type (RPBT) 5 1.5.1 Memory Management Control Operation (MMCO) 5 1.5.1.1 Difference of Picture Numbers (DPN) 6 1.5.1.2 Long-term Picture Index (LPIN) 6 1.5.1.3 Maximum Long-Term Picture Index Plus 1 (MLIP1) 6 2 Multi-Picture Decoder Process 7 2.1 Decoder Process for Short/Long-term Picture Management 7 2.2 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffer Mapping 8 2.3 Decoder Process for Multi-Picture Motion Compensation 8 2.4 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffering 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax The syntax is altered in slice layer. (...) The PN serves as a unique ID for each picture stored in the multi-picture buffer within MAX_PN coded and stored pictures. (...) For example, if the buffer contains three short-term pictures with short-term picture numbers 300, 302, and 303 (which were transmitted in increasing picture-number order) and two long-term pictures with long-term picture indices 0 and 3, the default index order is: default relative index 0 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 303, default relative index 1 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 302, default relative index 2 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 300, default relative index 3 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 0, and default relative index 4 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 3.
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Score: 653940.43 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...o-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O10r1.doc
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Contents 2 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax 2 1.1 Reference Picture Selection Flags (RPSF) 2 1.2 Picture Number (PN) 2 1.3 Reference Picture Selection Layer (RPSL) 2 1.4 Re-Mapping of Picture Numbers Indicator (RMPNI) 3 1.4.1 Absolute Difference of Picture Numbers (ADPN) 4 1.4.2 Long-term Picture Index for Re-Mapping (LPIR) 4 1.5 Reference Picture Buffering Type (RPBT) 5 1.5.1 Memory Management Control Operation (MMCO) 5 1.5.1.1 Difference of Picture Numbers (DPN) 6 1.5.1.2 Long-term Picture Index (LPIN) 6 1.5.1.3 Maximum Long-Term Picture Index Plus 1 (MLIP1) 6 2 Multi-Picture Decoder Process 7 2.1 Decoder Process for Short/Long-term Picture Management 7 2.2 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffer Mapping 8 2.3 Decoder Process for Multi-Picture Motion Compensation 8 2.4 Decoder Process for Reference Picture Buffering 1 Multi-Picture Buffering Syntax The syntax is altered in slice layer. (...) The PN serves as a unique ID for each picture stored in the multi-picture buffer within MAX_PN coded and stored pictures. (...) For example, if the buffer contains three short-term pictures with short-term picture numbers 300, 302, and 303 (which were transmitted in increasing picture-number order) and two long-term pictures with long-term picture indices 0 and 3, the default index order is: default relative index 0 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 303, default relative index 1 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 302, default relative index 2 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 300, default relative index 3 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 0, and default relative index 4 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 3.
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Score: 653940.43 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O10r1.doc
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The PN serves as a unique ID for each picture stored in the multi-picture buffer. Therefore, a picture cannot be kept in the buffer after its PN has been assigned to another picture unless it has been assigned a long-term picture index as specified below. (...) Any picture in an independently decodable group of pictures shall not refer to any earlier coded or reconstructed pictures. (...) For example, if the buffer contains three short-term pictures with short-term picture numbers 300, 302, and 303 (which were transmitted in increasing picture-number order) and two long-term pictures with long-term picture indices 0 and 3, the default index order is: default relative index 0 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 303, default relative index 1 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 302, default relative index 2 refers to the short-term picture with picture number 300, default relative index 3 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 0, and default relative index 4 refers to the long-term picture with long-term picture index 3.
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Score: 653828.12 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...01_Gen/JVT-B041_Appendix_A.doc
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