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An outcome is the “raison d’être” of the project. It expresses the "desired" change which is expected to be induced by the implementation of the project. (...) Outcome statements should contain the direct beneficiary group, the desired change and the purpose. An outcome is the last step of the intervention logic to be achieved within the timeframe of the project, where inputs (human, material, technological and information resources) are mobilized to undertake activities leading to key outputs which contribute to a desired change in state or condition – the outcome. (...) Inputs correspond to the human, material, technological and information resources, necessary to produce project outputs (e.g. personnel such as trainers, equipment, etc).
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Score: 926687.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es_on_filling_out_the_form.pdf
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The parameter value a=0.5 will produce an exact match to any sampled input curve that is linear or parabolic. (...) Other choices of parameter "c" do not produce "interpolating" filters (i.e., the produced curve will not always pass through the points established by the input samples). (However, Mitchell and Netravali state a visual preference for the member of this family with c=1/3, which does not produce an "interpolating" filter – instead it is a somewhat blurrier/softer filter.) · Near an edge (when only one sample or no samples are available on one side of the desired output position), it uses parabolic curve-fitting for interpolation.
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Score: 918388.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...003_09_SanDiego/JVT-I019r1.doc
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The parameter value a=0.5 will produce an exact match to any sampled input curve that is linear or parabolic. (...) Other choices of parameter "c" do not produce "interpolating" filters (i.e., the produced curve will not always pass through the points established by the input samples). (However, Mitchell and Netravali state a visual preference for the member of this family with c=1/3, which does not produce an "interpolating" filter – instead it is a somewhat blurrier/softer filter.) · Near an edge (when only one sample or no samples are available on one side of the desired output position), it uses parabolic curve-fitting for interpolation.
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Score: 918388.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...003_09_SanDiego/JVT-I019d1.doc
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The parameter value a=0.5 will produce an exact match to any sampled input curve that is linear or parabolic. (...) Other choices of parameter "c" do not produce "interpolating" filters (i.e., the produced curve will not always pass through the points established by the input samples). (However, Mitchell and Netravali state a visual preference for the member of this family with c=1/3, which does not produce an "interpolating" filter – instead it is a somewhat blurrier/softer filter.) · Near an edge (when only one sample or no samples are available on one side of the desired output position), it uses parabolic curve-fitting for interpolation.
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Score: 918388.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../2003_09_SanDiego/JVT-I019.doc
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The parameter value a=0.5 will produce an exact match to any sampled input curve that is linear or parabolic. (...) Other choices of parameter "c" do not produce "interpolating" filters (i.e., the produced curve will not always pass through the points established by the input samples). (However, Mitchell and Netravali state a visual preference for the member of this family with c=1/3, which does not produce an "interpolating" filter – instead it is a somewhat blurrier/softer filter.) · Near an edge (when only one sample or no samples are available on one side of the desired output position), it uses parabolic curve-fitting for interpolation.
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Score: 918388.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...003_09_SanDiego/JVT-I019r2.doc
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What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Tool Details Making change happen. What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? Author deMarsh, P., Boscolo, M., Savenije, H., Grouwels, S., Zapata, J., Campbell, J. & Macqueen, D. Year of publication 2014 http://foris.fao.org/static/fff/Making_change_happen.pdf This paper was born of a desire to better understand what governments can do to improve the enabling environment for FPOs.
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Score: 915722.3 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...tools/tool-detail/en/c/237130/
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As the SDO’s continue to develop various releases of their systems, new recommendation will need to be produced to reflect the releases of these systems. The identification of the architecture and detailed specifications (as produced by the SDO’s) of the existing IMT-2000 family members is essential to be able to specify those functions required to facilitate interworking between family members. Question What architectures, detailed specifications and releases have been and will be produced by recognized SDO’s which make up existing and evolving IMT-2000 systems?
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Score: 915083 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/ssg/ssg-q3.html
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As the SDO’s continue to develop various releases of their systems, new recommendation will need to be produced to reflect the releases of these systems. The identification of the architecture and detailed specifications (as produced by the SDO’s) of the existing IMT-2000 family members is essential to be able to specify those functions required to facilitate interworking between family members. Question What architectures, detailed specifications and releases have been and will be produced by recognized SDO’s which make up existing and evolving IMT-2000 systems?
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Score: 915083 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/ssg/ssg-q3.html
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Social Media And Web Content Producer And Edit Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) Our communications efforts are futher comprimised by the lack of and failure to produce compelling stories about the incredible and important work we are doing in Sudan for the office website. (...)   •    Knowledge of and capacity to use social media video editing platforms such as Wibbitz, iMovie, Kapwing or similar platforms highly desired.  •    Captioning of videos highly desired.
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Score: 910527.2 - https://en.unesco.org/news/soc...-web-content-producer-and-edit
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Indicator framework | Food for the cities programme | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Food for the cities programme Overview Toolkit Pilot cities News Resources Partners Introduction to the Toolkit Getting Prepared Defining the CRFS Vision CRFS Scan CRFS Assessment Indicator framework Data display and communication Next steps Policy support and planning Governance Indicator framework The CRFS indicator framework is a practical assessment and planning tool designed to help cities to: Assess the current status and performance of a CRFS on the basis of a set of performance indicators, following a whole-systems approach Identify priority areas for action with clearly defined outcomes and ways of measuring change Help with planning strategy and action to achieving the desired outcomes Establish baselines and monitor changes resulting from (future) policy and programme implementation. (...) Examples of such indicators include amongst others:  Number of households consuming minimum 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; Distance from household location to food retail outlets that sell fresh fruit & vegetables; Numbers of adults and children with type 2 diabetes; Percentage of population employed in the food system; Percentage of agricultural area in the city/metropolitan area/district;  Product volumes of food imported  compared with food produced; Economic value of locally produced food sold in the city (annual sales volume); Public expenditures on food procurement by public institutions; Total annual volume of food losses and waste.     (...) Project tools and examples CRFS Indicator Framework The City Region Food System (CRFS) indicator framework is a practical assessment and planning tool designed to help cities to:  1) Assess the current status and performance of a city region food system following a whole-system approach 2) Identify priority areas for action with clear desired outcomes and ways of measuring change 3) Help with planning strategy and action to achieving the desired outcomes  4) Establish baselines and monitor changes resulting from (future) policy and programme implementation.
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Score: 906435.4 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ssment/indicator-framework/en/
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