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The choice member called “disconnect” is used to disconnect a session including the physical connection. We think that the “v34H324” choice member of gstnOptions or isdnOptions from within EndSessionCommand choice, should be used to tell the receiver of the message that the disconnection of the session should not include the physical connection. . The receiver of the message that agrees to the offer should send a EndSessionCommand message of it’s own with the “v34H324” choice. If the receiver rejects the offer, EndSessionCommand message should be sent with the “disconnect” choice.
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Score: 1118477 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...-2004/0408_Sanjose/q1c06r1.doc
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Organization key research expertise: (multiple choice)  Soil Science  Hydrology  Agriculture  Geomatics  Climatology  Land Use  Ecology  Other: (Please identify) 7. Preferred areas of research: 8. Organization full address:  Full address:  Email:  Telephone/Mobile phone:  Website:  Social media: 9.
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Score: 1112610.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...SP/CESRA_Registration_form.pdf
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Design of PM arrangements largely reflect the experience and preference of CPMs. * MAIN FINDINGS: II Trend from PIUs to PMUs. (...) Increasing role of government in choice of PM arrangements. IFAD country presence and out-posted CPMs provide important support for PM. Some positive examples of Super-PMUs. * ISSUES FOR DISCUSSION Is IFAD making the right choices about project management arrangements? Is project management being adequately documented and evaluated?
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Score: 1111590 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...9a-8088-49cc-8cdd-87f4ddd4fd72
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Example: Focus on IT Public Procurement • ISC was established to ensure all software licensing and development models remain viable (proprietary, hybrid and open source) • Software should be chosen on its merits and value, not through categorical preferences: tested by professional experiences and law (IPRs and public procurement regulations) www.softwarechoice.org The ISC is based on four core principles: • Procure software (case-by-case) on its merits and value, not on its license or development model • Promote universal availability of government-funded research, no R&D default preference • Promote interoperability through platform neutral and open standards • Maintain strong IPRs to promote pro-competitive software development solutions The ISC was created to address a growing number of mandatory “preference” laws worldwide: • Over two-dozen countries and/or sub-regional governments have proposed nearly 70 such discriminatory laws, decrees or policy proposals • These proposals are driven by the perception and believe that OSS products: - are “better” and “cheaper” - are “more equal”, pro-competitive and secure - are more “fair” and “cooperative” - can reduce monopolistic behaviour Consequences of “preference” legislation: • The global Euro 200+ billion software market is comprised primarily of proprietary and hybrid manufacturers (e.g. L/A: 5% use OSS; more than 50% use exclusively the proprietary model*) • Protectionism: preference laws that exclude proprietary and hybrid software importers will deter investors (Ireland: number one worldwide) • Local resellers of proprietary products will suffer • Local developers who rely on strong IPRs to compete in a global market would be hurt * Ipsos Aug. 2003 Do Governments need these laws? (...) • WSIS Geneva 2003 Declaration and Action Plan – in favour of neutral policies as key enabler – choice must be taken “case by case” based on the specific needs • Focus of the political debate should be on legal grounds, and on economic, financial and technical facts with case-by-case procurement decisions Conclusions: neutrality as key enabler • Public Procurement “preference” laws do not help, aren’t needed and therefore should be avoided • Lack of proof or reliable data over special value of OSS for economic regeneration and development • The arguments for and against each kind of model are very finely balanced: competitive advantages • Neutrality and open competitive public procurement policies will serve the public and citizens best Openness and neutrality principle reconfirmed by the new EU Public Procurement Directives 2004 contact Hugo LUEDERS CompTIA Public Policy Office EMEA B-1040 Brussels, 6, Rond Point Schuman tel: +32-2/234.78.22, mobile: +32-475/63.33.52 e-mail: hlueders@comptia.org ISC webpage: www.softwarechoice.org
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Score: 1110034 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../wp8/internet/brus/lueders.pdf
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. -- These values shall always be assigned by this Recommendation in the context of SDH. mssprProtectionCriteria OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { g774-10StandardSpecificExtension 0} mssprExcessiveErrorCriteria OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mssprProtectionCriteria 1} msSPRProbableCause OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { g774-10StandardSpecificExtension 1} msSPRDefaultKBytes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ msSPRProbableCause 1} msSPRInconsistentAPSCodes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ msSPRProbableCause 2} msSPRNodeIdMismatch ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ msSPRProbableCause 3} msSPRImproperAPSCodes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ msSPRProbableCause 4} msSPRApsChannelProcessingFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ msSPRProbableCause 5} --default/initial value definitions MSSPRProtectionGroupType ::= ProtectionGroupType (colon) --supporting productions BooleanType ::= BOOLEAN ChangeSPRConfigInfo ::= SET OF CHOICE {twoFiberToFourFiber SEQUENCE {eastTPProtecting ObjectInstance , westTPProtecting ObjectInstance , spanSwitchOption CHOICE {traditional WaitToRestoreSpan , enhanced EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan }}, fourFiberToTwoFiber [0] NULL , nutConfig [1] NutConfig , ripConfig [2] RipConfig , extraTrafficConfig [3] ExtraTrafficConfig } CurrentSquelchingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {squelchedTP ObjectInstance , associatedXC CHOICE {squelchedXC RelativeDistinguishedName , hardwired [0] NULL }} DirectionTable ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {westTP RDNSequence , eastTP RDNSequence } EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan ::= SEQUENCE { wtrSpanEast INTEGER , wtrSpanWest INTEGER } ExtraTrafficConfig ::= ENUMERATED { noExtraTraffic(0), extraTraffic(1), extraTrafficWithRestoration(2)} LinkInfo ::= SEQUENCE { localNEId ObjectInstance , localPortId PointerOrNull , remoteNEId ObjectInstance , remotePortId PointerOrNull } -- portId points to the service (preferred) msTTP; Null for Open Ring Map ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {nodeIdNumber INTEGER (0..15) , linkInfo LinkInfo OPTIONAL } -- needed for two-node closed ring MSSPRConfigurationError ::= ENUMERATED { extraTrafficNotSupported(0), manualProvisioningNotSupported(1), nutNotSupported(2), ringTypeNotSupported(3), ripNotSupported(4), duplicatedUnreliable(5), ePdTPNotAvailable(6), -- east protected TP ePgTPNotAvailable(7), -- east protecting TP wPdTPNotAvailable(8), -- west protected TP wPgTPNotAvailable(9), -- west protecting TP invalidWTRTime(10)} MSSPRProtectionGroupConfigInfo ::= SEQUENCE { directionTable DirectionTable , extraTrafficConfig ExtraTrafficConfig OPTIONAL , nodeNumber NodeOrNull , nutConfig NutConfig OPTIONAL , ringId RingId , ringMap [0] Map OPTIONAL , ringType [1] RingType , ripConfig RipConfig OPTIONAL } MSSPRProtectionStatus ::= SET OF CHOICE {noRequest [0] NULL , manualSwitch [1] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL , switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus , relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL , switchType [2] RingOrSpan }, autoSwitch [2] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL , switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus , relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL , autoSwitchReason [2] AutoSwitchReason , switchType [3] RingOrSpan }, forcedSwitch [3] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL , switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus , relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL , switchType [2] RingOrSpan }, lockout [4] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL , switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus , switchType [2] RingOrSpan }, releaseFailed [6] NULL , protectionFailCond [7] ENUMERATED {inconsistentApsCode(0), nodeIdMismatch(1), improperApsCode(2), defaultKBytes(3), signalDegradeProtect(4), signalFailProtect(5)}, passThrough [8] ENUMERATED {full(0), kByte(1)}} MSSPRProtectionStatusParameter ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {protectionUnit ObjectInstance , oldProtectionStatus MSSPRProtectionStatus , newProtectionStatus MSSPRProtectionStatus } NodeNumber ::= INTEGER (0..15) NodeOrNull ::= CHOICE {nodeNumber NodeNumber , null NULL } NutChannelList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {channel INTEGER , affectedTraffic ENUMERATED {workingOnly(0), workingAndProtecting(1)}, ringSwitchUnavailable UnavailableSide , spanSwitchUnavailable UnavailableSide OPTIONAL } NutConfig ::= CHOICE {nutOff NULL , nutOn NutChannelList } RingId ::= PrintableString RingOrSpan ::= ENUMERATED {ring(0), span(1)} RingType ::= SEQUENCE { application SPRingApplication , fibers CHOICE {twoFiber NULL , fourFiber WaitToRestoreSpan , enhancedFourFiber EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan } } RipChannelList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {channel INTEGER , ripInformation RipTableEntry } RipConfig ::= CHOICE {ripOff NULL , ripOn RipChannelList } RipInformation ::= SEQUENCE { primaryNode NodeOrNull , -- primary interconnection node terminatingNode NodeOrNull } -- node where the traffic is added/dropped RipTableEntry ::= SEQUENCE { inEast RipInformation , outEast RipInformation , inWest RipInformation , outWest RipInformation } SPRingApplication ::= ENUMERATED {classic(1), transoceanic(2)} SquelchTableChannel ::= SEQUENCE { aNode NodeOrNull , -- entry node of circuit zNode NodeOrNull , -- exit node of circuit loAccess BOOLEAN , -- TRUE implies low order access is present concatenated CHOICE {firstChannel INTEGER , -- number of concatenated channels-- subsequentChannels NULL } OPTIONAL } SquelchTableEntry ::= SEQUENCE { inEast SquelchTableChannel , outEast SquelchTableChannel , inWest SquelchTableChannel , outWest SquelchTableChannel , additionalInfo SET OF ManagementExtension OPTIONAL } True ::= BOOLEAN ( TRUE ) UnavailableSide ::= SEQUENCE { switchUnavailableEast BOOLEAN , switchUnavailableWest BOOLEAN } UpdateRIPFailed ::= CHOICE { unknown [0] NULL , nodeNotInRing [1] INTEGER (0..15) , channelNotAvailableForRIP [2] NULL } UpdateRIPTableInfo ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {auChannelNumber INTEGER , ripTableEntry RipTableEntry } UpdateRIPTableReply ::= SEQUENCE OF CHOICE {failed UpdateRIPFailed , success SEQUENCE {oldRipTable RipTableEntry , newRipTable RipTableEntry }} -- the ith entry in the reply corresponds to the ith entry in the information syntax UpdateSquelchFailed ::= CHOICE { unknown [0] NULL , nodeNotInRing [1] INTEGER (0..15) , concatenatedChannel [2] INTEGER , loAccessNotSupported [3] NULL } UpdateSquelchTableInfo ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {auChannelNumber INTEGER , squelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry } UpdateSquelchTableReply ::= SEQUENCE OF CHOICE {failed UpdateSquelchFailed , success SEQUENCE {oldSquelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry , newSquelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry }} -- the ith entry in the reply corresponds to the ith entry in the information syntax WaitToRestoreSpan ::= INTEGER END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1106223.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...g774.10/2001/SDHMSSPRASN1.html
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However, because several important matters in the area of private maritime law still have not been fully addressed by a definitive international instrument, some of the HCCH instruments do include within their scope maritime issues, and therefore may be relevant to the report entitled “Oceans and the law of the sea”. A. Hague Choice of Court Convention (2005) The Hague Convention of 30 June 2005 on Choice of Court Agreements (“Choice of Court Convention”) aims to ensure the effectiveness of choice of court agreements (also known as “forum selection clauses” or “jurisdiction clauses”) between parties to international commercial transactions. The Choice of Court Convention excludes a number of matters relating to private maritime law from its scope. (...) This is because the future Judgments Convention intends to mirror the Choice of Court Convention, in that there is consensus that the future Judgments Convention will not depart from the Choice of Court Convention, unless there is a strong reason to do so.
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Score: 1106223.5 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g.../contributions_2017/2/HCCH.pdf
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. -- These values shall always be assigned by this Recommendation in the context of SDH. mssprProtectionCriteria OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {g774-10StandardSpecificExtension 0} mssprExcessiveErrorCriteria OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {mssprProtectionCriteria 1} msSPRProbableCause OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {g774-10StandardSpecificExtension 1} msSPRDefaultKBytes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{msSPRProbableCause 1} msSPRInconsistentAPSCodes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{msSPRProbableCause 2} msSPRNodeIdMismatch ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{msSPRProbableCause 3} msSPRImproperAPSCodes ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{msSPRProbableCause 4} msSPRApsChannelProcessingFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{msSPRProbableCause 5} --default/initial value definitions MSSPRProtectionGroupType ::= ProtectionGroupType(colon) --supporting productions BooleanType ::= BOOLEAN ChangeSPRConfigInfo ::= SET OF CHOICE {twoFiberToFourFiber SEQUENCE {eastTPProtecting ObjectInstance, westTPProtecting ObjectInstance, spanSwitchOption CHOICE {traditional WaitToRestoreSpan, enhanced EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan }}, fourFiberToTwoFiber [0] NULL, nutConfig [1] NutConfig, ripConfig [2] RipConfig, extraTrafficConfig [3] ExtraTrafficConfig} CurrentSquelchingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {squelchedTP ObjectInstance, associatedXC CHOICE {squelchedXC RelativeDistinguishedName, hardwired [0] NULL}} DirectionTable ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {westTP RDNSequence, eastTP RDNSequence} EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan ::= SEQUENCE { wtrSpanEast INTEGER, wtrSpanWest INTEGER } ExtraTrafficConfig ::= ENUMERATED { noExtraTraffic(0), extraTraffic(1), extraTrafficWithRestoration(2)} LinkInfo ::= SEQUENCE { localNEId ObjectInstance, localPortId PointerOrNull, remoteNEId ObjectInstance, remotePortId PointerOrNull } -- portId points to the service (preferred) msTTP; Null for Open Ring Map ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {nodeIdNumber INTEGER(0..15), linkInfo LinkInfo OPTIONAL} -- needed for two-node closed ring MSSPRConfigurationError ::= ENUMERATED { extraTrafficNotSupported(0), manualProvisioningNotSupported(1), nutNotSupported(2), ringTypeNotSupported(3), ripNotSupported(4), duplicatedUnreliable(5), ePdTPNotAvailable(6), -- east protected TP ePgTPNotAvailable(7), -- east protecting TP wPdTPNotAvailable(8), -- west protected TP wPgTPNotAvailable(9), -- west protecting TP invalidWTRTime(10)} MSSPRProtectionGroupConfigInfo ::= SEQUENCE { directionTable DirectionTable, extraTrafficConfig ExtraTrafficConfig OPTIONAL, nodeNumber NodeOrNull, nutConfig NutConfig OPTIONAL, ringId RingId, ringMap [0] Map OPTIONAL, ringType [1] RingType, ripConfig RipConfig OPTIONAL } MSSPRProtectionStatus ::= SET OF CHOICE {noRequest [0] NULL, manualSwitch [1] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL, switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus, relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL, switchType [2] RingOrSpan}, autoSwitch [2] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL, switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus, relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL, autoSwitchReason [2] AutoSwitchReason, switchType [3] RingOrSpan}, forcedSwitch [3] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL, switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus, relatedChannel FromAndToProtectionUnit OPTIONAL, switchType [2] RingOrSpan}, lockout [4] SEQUENCE {requestSource [0] RequestSource OPTIONAL, switchStatus [1] SwitchStatus, switchType [2] RingOrSpan}, releaseFailed [6] NULL, protectionFailCond [7] ENUMERATED {inconsistentApsCode(0), nodeIdMismatch(1), improperApsCode(2), defaultKBytes(3), signalDegradeProtect(4), signalFailProtect(5)}, passThrough [8] ENUMERATED {full(0), kByte(1)}} MSSPRProtectionStatusParameter ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {protectionUnit ObjectInstance, oldProtectionStatus MSSPRProtectionStatus, newProtectionStatus MSSPRProtectionStatus} NodeNumber ::= INTEGER(0..15) NodeOrNull ::= CHOICE {nodeNumber NodeNumber, null NULL } NutChannelList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {channel INTEGER, affectedTraffic ENUMERATED {workingOnly(0), workingAndProtecting(1)}, ringSwitchUnavailable UnavailableSide, spanSwitchUnavailable UnavailableSide OPTIONAL} NutConfig ::= CHOICE {nutOff NULL, nutOn NutChannelList } RingId ::= PrintableString RingOrSpan ::= ENUMERATED {ring(0), span(1)} RingType ::= SEQUENCE { application SPRingApplication, fibers CHOICE {twoFiber NULL, fourFiber WaitToRestoreSpan, enhancedFourFiber EnhancedWaitToRestoreSpan} } RipChannelList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {channel INTEGER, ripInformation RipTableEntry} RipConfig ::= CHOICE {ripOff NULL, ripOn RipChannelList } RipInformation ::= SEQUENCE { primaryNode NodeOrNull, -- primary interconnection node terminatingNode NodeOrNull } -- node where the traffic is added/dropped RipTableEntry ::= SEQUENCE { inEast RipInformation, outEast RipInformation, inWest RipInformation, outWest RipInformation } SPRingApplication ::= ENUMERATED {classic(1), transoceanic(2)} SquelchTableChannel ::= SEQUENCE { aNode NodeOrNull, -- entry node of circuit zNode NodeOrNull, -- exit node of circuit loAccess BOOLEAN, -- TRUE implies low order access is present concatenated CHOICE {firstChannel INTEGER, -- number of concatenated channels-- subsequentChannels NULL} OPTIONAL } SquelchTableEntry ::= SEQUENCE { inEast SquelchTableChannel, outEast SquelchTableChannel, inWest SquelchTableChannel, outWest SquelchTableChannel, additionalInfo SET OF ManagementExtension OPTIONAL } True ::= BOOLEAN(TRUE) UnavailableSide ::= SEQUENCE { switchUnavailableEast BOOLEAN, switchUnavailableWest BOOLEAN } UpdateRIPFailed ::= CHOICE { unknown [0] NULL, nodeNotInRing [1] INTEGER(0..15), channelNotAvailableForRIP [2] NULL } UpdateRIPTableInfo ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {auChannelNumber INTEGER, ripTableEntry RipTableEntry} UpdateRIPTableReply ::= SEQUENCE OF CHOICE {failed UpdateRIPFailed, success SEQUENCE {oldRipTable RipTableEntry, newRipTable RipTableEntry}} -- the ith entry in the reply corresponds to the ith entry in the information syntax UpdateSquelchFailed ::= CHOICE { unknown [0] NULL, nodeNotInRing [1] INTEGER(0..15), concatenatedChannel [2] INTEGER, loAccessNotSupported [3] NULL } UpdateSquelchTableInfo ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {auChannelNumber INTEGER, squelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry} UpdateSquelchTableReply ::= SEQUENCE OF CHOICE {failed UpdateSquelchFailed, success SEQUENCE {oldSquelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry, newSquelchTableEntry SquelchTableEntry}} -- the ith entry in the reply corresponds to the ith entry in the information syntax WaitToRestoreSpan ::= INTEGER END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1106223.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../g774.10/2001/SDHMSSPRASN1.asn
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Some participants were critical toward the choice of SparkBlue as a platform for online engagement, with a minority of them indicating it was not user-friendly/intuitive. (...) Respondents had an opportunity to express their views on various aspects of the conference, from the format and choice of platforms to the relevance of the themes and topics discussed. (...) Critical issues and lessons learned • Timing: The choice to host the event over the month of July heavily impacted the levels of participation.
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Score: 1105624 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...peace-processes-Annex-B-en.pdf
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Guidelines ILO Minimum Wage Policy Guide launched A new ILO web page provides information on key questions of good practice and highlights different choices that can be made depending on national preferences and country circumstances. (...) Based on existing ILO standards and the diversity of international practice, this website provides information on key questions of good practice and highlights different choices that can be made depending on national preferences and country circumstances.
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Score: 1103087.9 - www.ilo.org/hanoi/Infor...WCMS_488745/lang--en/index.htm
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Guidelines ILO Minimum Wage Policy Guide launched A new ILO web page provides information on key questions of good practice and highlights different choices that can be made depending on national preferences and country circumstances. (...) Based on existing ILO standards and the diversity of international practice, this website provides information on key questions of good practice and highlights different choices that can be made depending on national preferences and country circumstances.
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Score: 1103087.9 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/Info...WCMS_488745/lang--en/index.htm
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