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DISSEMINATING TO THE PUBLIC TESTING ANALYSIS EDUCATION TESTING SYSTEMS Chapter 3: Choose your Method based on the properties of your original data and the desired properties of your synthetic data Do you need to preserve all links and statistics from the original data? (...) No Simulated data - dummy files Yes IPSO analytically advanced simulated data Chapter 4: ensure your synthetic data does not present any disclosure risk • Disclosure risk is the risk of inappropriate release of data or attribute information of a record (often individual). • Although no record in a (fully) synthetic data file corresponds to a real person or household, there is concern that attribute and identification disclosure risk could still be present. • Recommendation: NSOs should choose additional disclosure controls based on their own legislative and operational frameworks. • The purpose of this chapter is to present disclosure control options available to NSOs and their synthesizers Chapter 5: Choose utility measures to ensure you produce the most useful synthetic data possible Do you want to or can you measure specific analysis? (...) Chapter 3: Choose your Method based on the properties of your original data and the desired properties of your synthetic data Chapter 4: ensure your synthetic data does not present any disclosure risk Chapter 5: Choose utility measures to ensure you produce the most useful synthetic data possible Next Steps Gather Feedback Early impact of this project Thank you!
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Score: 849600.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...Synthetic%20Data%20summary.pdf
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Reform Compensation Policies Reductions in subsidies and border protection that are desirable overall can negatively effect the incomes of traditional producers. (...) But foreign producers (including those in Argentina, China, and Mexico) bear a cost. (...) The recent change of U.S. peanut policy points out the desirability of broader, possibly international, compensation measures when beneficial changes to domestic or trade policies in developed countries have substantial negative effects on domestic or foreign producers.
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Score: 849121.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo..._e/carnegie_endowment_28_e.doc
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Reform Compensation Policies Reductions in subsidies and border protection that are desirable overall can negatively effect the incomes of traditional producers. (...) But foreign producers (including those in Argentina, China, and Mexico) bear a cost. (...) The recent change of U.S. peanut policy points out the desirability of broader, possibly international, compensation measures when beneficial changes to domestic or trade policies in developed countries have substantial negative effects on domestic or foreign producers.
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Score: 849121.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...e/ngo_e/carnegie_endowment.pdf
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Reform Compensation Policies Reductions in subsidies and border protection that are desirable overall can negatively effect the incomes of traditional producers. (...) But foreign producers (including those in Argentina, China, and Mexico) bear a cost. (...) The recent change of U.S. peanut policy points out the desirability of broader, possibly international, compensation measures when beneficial changes to domestic or trade policies in developed countries have substantial negative effects on domestic or foreign producers.
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Score: 849121.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...e/ngo_e/carnegie_endowment.doc
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India produces the largest number of films in the world. (...) No one should face what I had to.” Film director and producer Mahesh Bhatt expressed the desire of the film fraternity to be a part of the decision-making process and help propagate the message of tobacco-control through their movies. He was present at the meeting along with Kuldeep Makkar, CEO of Film & Television Producers' Guild of India, leading producer Ramesh Sippy and representatives from a number of TV channels.
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Score: 848191.3 - https://www.who.int/india/news...industry-backs-tobacco-control
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ECE/TRANS/WP.6/2022 Economic Commission for Europe Inland Transport Committee Working Party on Transport Statistics Seventy-third session Geneva, 15–17 June 2022 Item 3 of the provisional agenda Big Data for transport statistics Mainstreaming Mobile Phone Data into Transport Statistics Production Note by the secretariat Summary This document discusses applications of Mobile Phone Data for producing transport statistics, and how members of the Working Party on Transport Statistics may contribute to these applications at the international level, in particular by sharing country experiences of using these data. (...) Many governments under rapidly changing mobility scenarios needed to understand transport trends on a weekly or daily basis, or for small sub- national regions, data for which may not be available from traditional data sources or with too big a time lag. This desire for information was also due to a desire to track the virus itself, as mobility between regions was an important factor in viral spread within a country. 3.
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Score: 846839.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...03/ECE-TRANS-WP.6-2022-03e.pdf
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Due to a lack of awareness or knowledge, consumers often shy away from fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables that do not have a desirable appearance or have become discoloured despite still maintaining their nutrition value and remaining safe to eat. (...) This page provides access to a collection of relevant resources and information produced by FAO and other external parties on the various aspects related to food waste.
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Score: 846452.9 - https://www.fao.org/food-loss-...sources/foodwastereduction/en/
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The Lesson Not enough mechanics Many mechanics working as one Enough people to do the job properly The avsec operation must be correctly resourced No coordination Exceptional coordination Well supervised Good supervision is the key to good avsec Poor tools for the job The correct, advanced tools for the job The correct level of technology was in use The correct use of technology is vital No regard for safety Safety of everyone is paramount The correct levels of protection for the mechanics was in place Protection for avsec officers means investing in training Little regard for the drivers well-being The driver is looked after Human Factors are taken into consideration HF must become routine in avsec Mechanics appear to be unsure of what to do Mechanics know exactly what to do and when The mechanics are well trained in the use of their technology, in HF and in achieving the desired outcome Training is the foundation of a successful avsec operation regardless of the level of technology So where is the Innovation? The innovation is the ‘Back to Basics’ mentality; •Relevant, high quality and focused training will produce; • Better use of the technology already in place • Better supervision of the avsec officers in place • Better management of the current avsec operations • More meaningful Quality Assurance of avsec •This, in turn, will produce; • Better threat detection capability • More efficient avsec operations • A safer and more secure travelling environment And the reality?
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Score: 846452.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...s/Presentations/04.Redline.pdf
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Therefore, the protection against the dangerous effects produced by lightning discharges (high currents and associated strong electromagnetic fields) is a matter of prime concern. This question aims to establish cost-effective engineering procedures in order to allow the telecommunication operators to achieve the desired reliability in their networks. Text of question The purpose of this question is to produce new recommendations and to revise the existing ones regarding the protection of fixed, mobile and wireless telecommunications systems against the dangerous effects of lightning discharges.
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Score: 846452.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com05/sg5-q5.html
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Typically, such guidelines are designed to promote the adoption of practices that should achieve the desired result, without actually mandating those specific practices. Alternative practices achieving the desired result would also normally be considered equally acceptable. Failure to achieve the desired outcome may result in fines or other penalties, however, regardless of whether or not a practice suggested in the guidelines had been followed.
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Score: 845655.5 - https://www.fao.org/3/v6530e/V6530E04.htm
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