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BURKINA FASO, CAMEROUN, GAMBIE, GUINÉE BISSAU, GUINÉE CONAKRY et SÉNÉGAL Aucun développement significatif n'est probable. ALGÉRIE, LIBYE, MAROC et TUNISIE Aucun développement significatif n'est probable SOUDAN Des adultes isolés sont probablement présents en train de se reproduire dans les zones de pluies récentes dans le nord Kordofan près de En Nahud et dans la province du Nil Blanc. (...) DJIBOUTI, KENYA, OUGANDA et TANZANIE Aucun développement significatif n'est probable. 5 ROYAUME d'ARABIE SAOUDITE Des adultes isolés vont probablement persister le long de quelques oueds du sud Tihama et peuvent commencer à se reproduire vers la fin de la période de prévision dans les zones de végétation verte. YÉMEN Des adultes isolés sont probablement présents en train de se reproduire dans les zones de pluies récentes sur le Tihama.
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Score: 714501.7 - https://www.fao.org/ag/locusts/common/ecg/1398/fr/DL155f.pdf
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Consequently, we propose to remove the transient states 0-11 and to add some new states at the lower end of the probability space. Since the probability values of states 0-11 are a subset of the states 12-63, the accuracy of the original representation is maintained for that part of the probability space, which corresponds to higher (LPS) probabilities. New proposed probability states 0,00 0,05 0,10 0,15 0,20 0,25 0,30 0,35 0,40 0,45 0,50 051015202530354045505560 States Probability container, cif, 30 Hz -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 283032 qp loss relative to unconstrained CABAC [%] all framesb-frames Figure 2 shows the proposed probability states, which have been generated as follows. (...) These states represent an additional probability interval (0.0256, 0.0192]. As a consequence of this re-design of the probability estimator, there is also a simplification of the MPS/LPS switching mechanism.
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Score: 714492.43 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...07_Klagenfurt/JVT-D019r3-L.doc
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This Phoenician city was probably abandoned during the First Punic War (c. 250 - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search This Phoenician city was probably abandoned during the First Punic War (c. 250 Download Original Filename: 30208663.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 1350x 1363 Preview Description: This Phoenician city was probably abandoned during the First Punic War (c. 250 B.C.) and as a result was not rebuilt by the Romans.
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Score: 714329.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/21346/
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A, B, and C are parameters to be estimated from the equation for each sex by each level of life expectancy at birth from 20 to 100. A constraint of probability of death was imposed to ensure that the fitted 4 1̂q (=1- 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ(1 )* (1 ) * (1 )* (1 )q q q q− − − − ) equals the original 4 1q or the difference between fitted and the original probabilities is smaller than the specified tolerance (10E-6). (...) The procedure to apply the pchip method is as follows. (1) we first took (1- 5 51 xq− ) as the average probability of death for a given age group( 2.5x + ) and the interpolated probabilities of death for each single year of age 1 ˆ xq using the pchip method. A constraint of probability of death was imposed during the interpolation to ensure that the differences between the estimated probability of death for a given five-year group and the original probability would be smaller than the specified tolerance (10E-6). (2) A simple seven-term moving average was performed after the application of the pchip method to smooth the estimated probabilities of death 1 ˆ xq .
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Score: 713722.56 - https://www.un.org/development.../files/unpd_2011_mlt_notes.pdf
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An outbreak is defined as a cluster of at least 2 or more suspect / probable / lab-confirmed[footnoteRef:2] COVID-19 cases linked in place and time . (...) Note that an outbreak is defined cluster of at least 2 or more suspect / probable / lab-confirmed[footnoteRef:4] cases linked in place and time. (...) · Share bathroom facilities with any suspect/probable/confirmed COVID-19 cases? · Share dining facilities with any suspect/probable/confirmed COVID-19 cases?
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Score: 713457.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...rus_outbreakreportingform.docx
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This can either be probability or non-probability. In probability sampling it is possible to assign levels of confidence about the reliability of the sample from a statistical point of view. In non probability sampling it is not. In SSA, households are selected using probability sampling, whereas all other sampling units (individuals for community FGD, traders, officials, NGO representatives, seed producers) are not. (...) Thus the sample required for 95% confidence in a population with consists of residents, IDPs and refugees will probably be higher than a population consisting of just residents.
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Score: 712725.54 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...-_S7-a_Sample_size_Handout.pdf
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Simple methods are available for modeling risk, requiring minimum expertise in statistics and probabilities, together with user-friendly computer programmes. (...) (iii) Create a distribution graph (e.g. probability density graph, relative frequency histogram) that plots the probabilities of the IRR/NPV (and their average value ). (...) In the example (Figure 1 : Probability of IRR), the probability of the IRR is around 14.4 percent, but there is also a risk (36.9 percent) that the mean IRR may fall below 12 percent (the discount rate assumed in several FEA).
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Score: 712106.25 - https://www.fao.org/investment...es-and-tasks/risk-analysis/es/
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Simple methods are available for modeling risk, requiring minimum expertise in statistics and probabilities, together with user-friendly computer programmes. (...) (iii) Create a distribution graph (e.g. probability density graph, relative frequency histogram) that plots the probabilities of the IRR/NPV (and their average value ). (...) In the example (Figure 1 : Probability of IRR), the probability of the IRR is around 14.4 percent, but there is also a risk (36.9 percent) that the mean IRR may fall below 12 percent (the discount rate assumed in several FEA).
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Score: 712106.25 - https://www.fao.org/investment...es-and-tasks/risk-analysis/fr/
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Simple methods are available for modeling risk, requiring minimum expertise in statistics and probabilities, together with user-friendly computer programmes. (...) (iii) Create a distribution graph (e.g. probability density graph, relative frequency histogram) that plots the probabilities of the IRR/NPV (and their average value ). (...) In the example (Figure 1 : Probability of IRR), the probability of the IRR is around 14.4 percent, but there is also a risk (36.9 percent) that the mean IRR may fall below 12 percent (the discount rate assumed in several FEA).
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Score: 712106.25 - https://www.fao.org/investment...es-and-tasks/risk-analysis/ar/
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Simple methods are available for modeling risk, requiring minimum expertise in statistics and probabilities, together with user-friendly computer programmes. (...) (iii) Create a distribution graph (e.g. probability density graph, relative frequency histogram) that plots the probabilities of the IRR/NPV (and their average value ). (...) In the example (Figure 1 : Probability of IRR), the probability of the IRR is around 14.4 percent, but there is also a risk (36.9 percent) that the mean IRR may fall below 12 percent (the discount rate assumed in several FEA).
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Score: 712106.25 - https://www.fao.org/investment...es-and-tasks/risk-analysis/en/
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