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At the shelters, I saw men and women queuing in separate lines. It took me 20 minutes to walk to the end of the queue; they were queuing for bread that was being distributed from a truck. There were long, disorganized queues everywhere for food, for cleaning materials, for clinics, for latrines. (...) There were long, disorganized queues everywhere; for food, for cleaning materials, for clinics, for latrines.
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Score: 1389659.4 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/st...ta-need-our-help-now-more-ever
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While others in the queue are visibly agitated and demand to be cleared quickly, Mtambo patiently waits his turn to wash hands, after which he will join another queue where Malawi Red Cross (MRC) volunteer, Brains Chisi, will measure his body temperature using an infrared thermometer. Just as Mtambo moves into the second queue to have his temperature taken, an oil tanker pulls up at the border gate. (...) During door-to-door activities, they also sensitize communities using information, education, and communication (IEC) materials such as posters. At the point of entry, the volunteers ensure that everyone entering the country is screened and their personal details recorded; all vehicles are disinfected at the gate.
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Score: 1383769.9 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...art-preventing-spread-covid-19
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ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T TRTR--069 and QoS Management069 and QoS Management ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 15 ITU-T RFC 2475 (Diffserv) QoS Model Classifier Marker Shaper/Dropper Meter Packets Traffic Conditioner RFC 2475: Logical View of a Packet Classifier and Traffic Conditioner o TR-098 QoS data model is based on the RFC 2475 packet classification and traffic conditioning model ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 16 ITU-T TR-098 QoS Data Model o Top-level Classification, Policer and Queue tables define the functionality shown below o Additional Flow and App tables (not shown) allow application-aware classification Classification (Classifier/ Marker) Policer (Meter/ Dropper) Queue (Shaper/ Dropper/ Scheduler) Packets Ingress How RFC 2475 components are modelled in TR-098 Forwarding Egress ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 17 ITU-T Configuring QoS Policy o So the RG’s QoS policy can be configured o But what about managed EDs? (...) ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Backup MaterialBackup Material ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 23 ITU-T RG Data Model Layer3Forwarding InternetGatewayDevice DeviceInfo DeviceConfig LANConfigSecurity ManagementServer Time UserInterface IPPingDiagnostics LANDevice. (...) MAC and IP addresses, can be masked • All criteria can be negated o Classification results are layer 2 /3 priority markings, Policer instance, forwarding policy, and Queue instance ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 26 ITU-T QoS Data Model: Policer o All packets are (conceptually) policed after being classified • The Policer instance number is one of the classification results o Each Policer instance specifies Meter and Dropper functionality • Includes rate requirements and behaviour when these requirements are exceeded ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 27 ITU-T QoS Data Model: Queue o All packets are queued after the forwarding decision has been made (i.e. once the egress interface is known) • The Queue instance number is one of the classification results • Queues are assumed to be instantiated on all the egress interfaces for which they are needed o Each Queue instance specifies Shaper, Dropper and Scheduler functionality The TR-069 protocol and its ability to manage QoS policies on the CPE Outline DSLHome Initiative DSLHome Initiative TR-069 and Related Standards Role Within Auto-Config Architecture Scope of TR-069 (CWMP) TR-069 Functional Components TR-069 and End Devices TR-069 Family CWMP Protocol Stack CWMP Data Model Some CWMP RPC Methods TR-069 and QoS Management RFC 2475 (Diffserv) QoS Model TR-098 QoS Data Model Configuring QoS Policy Monitoring QoS Performance Conclusions Conclusions Questions Backup Material RG Data Model VoIP Data Model QoS Data Model: Classification QoS Data Model: Policer QoS Data Model: Queue
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Score: 1380745.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../presentations/s3p4-lupton.pdf
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Where: – the staging area is the incubation queue; – a work item in the incubation queue is referred to as an incubated work item; – a new work item candidate for incubation is referred to as incubation new work item; – the co-rapporteur in charge of the management of the incubation queue is known as the incubation co-rapporteur; – the question carrying the incubation queue and the incubation management is known as the incubation question. (...) To support this work, the question needs to be supported by a co-rapporteur in charge of the incubation mechanism management, the incubation co-rapporteur. mailto:t17sg17rap@itu.lists.int XSTP.INNO (09/2020) 11 6.4.2 Incubation co-rapporteur As the incubation queue can receive arbitrary contribution on very edge innovation topics this imposes some requirements on rapporteurs who are managing the incubation queue. (...) The main ones are: – R1 The queue grows too fast and is difficult to manage versus resources; – R2 Special expertise required is not available; – R3 The incubation mechanism is exploited to delay work.
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Score: 1361172 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...t/T-TUT-ICTSS-2020-1-PDF-E.pdf
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Where: – the staging area is the incubation queue; – a work item in the incubation queue is referred to as an incubated work item; – a new work item candidate for incubation is referred to as incubation new work item; – the co-rapporteur in charge of the management of the incubation queue is known as the incubation corapporteur; – the question carrying the incubation queue and the incubation management is known as the incubation question. (...) To support this work, the question needs to be supported by a co-rapporteur in charge of the incubation mechanism management, the incubation co-rapporteur. 6.4.2 Incubation co-rapporteur As the incubation queue can receive arbitrary contribution on very edge innovation topics this imposes some requirements on rapporteurs who are managing the incubation queue. (...) Table 5 – Incubation reallocation Work item Title To be moved to question Assessment of the incubation queue The Q4 Rapporteur have the opportunity to write any assessment of the incubation queue here for example: – Is the queue manageable, or too big, etc. – Is there a need for specific experts among the group of rapporteurs of Q4 to manage new work items on topic X; – Is there an interesting trend developing in the queue where the Q4 Rapporteur want to suggest a potential new question or other structure or coordination or anything relevant .
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Score: 1356480.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../T-TUT-ICTSS-2020-1-MSW-E.docx
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Internal EMB Organization • Assess needs through a gender mapping or assessment exercise • Commit to gender equality by developing a gender policy and action plan • Use the recruitment and promo- tion process to achieve gender balance at all levels • Consider the appointment of gender focal points or a gender equality unit • Institute process to collect sex- disaggregated data • Include sex disaggregation in data analysis • Provide training on all new procedures and in gender awareness for all staff Election period (announcement to results) Post-election period (after the election results) Pre-election period (the years between the post-election period and the announcement of the next election) PLANNING FOR ELECTION DAY • Conduct a mapping of polling procedures • Consider polling place location and provision of equipment • Consider need for women-only polling stations or booths within the polling station and/or mobile polling stations • Plan how to recruit women and men to work in polling places • Conduct gender sensitivity training for polling staff • Include gender sensitivity in role descriptions and checklists • Ensure ballot paper and instructions made accessible for people who cannot read • Consider need for flexibility in regulations for displaced peoples REGISTRATION • Conduct a mapping of registration procedures • Ensure provision of sex-disaggregated data • Ensure need for proof of identity is not a barrier • Consider need for flexibility in regulations for displaced peoples • Consider need for taking registration to the people • Consider need for women-only registration teams • Include gender-sensitive actions in the role descriptions, checklists and training • Deliver gender-sensitive outreach about registration as needed NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES & PARTIES • Ensure the enforcement of nomination rules regarding number of women candidates • Ensure enforce- ment of campaign finance rules regarding gender equality VOTER OUTREACH • Plan gender-sensitive voter outreach programmes – message, audience and delivery method • Deliver voter outreach programmes for women that give consideration to best delivery methods • Work with media on gender-aware outreach and reporting • Work with civil society organizations on gender-aware outreach POLLING PLACE MANAGEMENT • Ensure safety of polling station staff and voters by adopting appropriate measures • Deliver priority in queue for pregnant women and mothers • Organize women-only queues and/or polling stations or booths within the station (where appropriate) • Deliver mobile polling stations (where needed) • Consider arrangements for collecting sex-disaggregated data VOTER INFORMATION • Deliver voter outreach about election day (planned and designed in pre-election period) • Give consideration to best delivery methods STRATEGIC AND ACTION PLAN • Conduct a mapping of EMB policies and processes to identify any gender inequalities • Set gender-related goals for registration and voting • Set voter outreach policy and goals • Include internal gender mainstreaming goals • Consider appointment of gender focal points or a gender unit ELECTION ASSESSMENT • Include gender issues in the assessment of the past election • Review operations manuals and outreach materials from a gender perspective • Include sex disaggregation in data analysis RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REGULATORY FRAMEWORK • Assess whether any regulations require revision, including to ensure enforcement (e.g., candidate quota) • Assess whether any regulations or processes require review to produce sex-disaggregated data A Guide for Electoral Management Bodies on Promoting Gender Equality and Women’s Participation Inclusive Electoral Processes: Promoting Gender Equality in the Electoral Cycle
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Score: 1327218.5 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...ctoral-processes-poster-en.pdf
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Fortunately as it is a popular resort area, other websites had this material. b. Design was not accommodating. Quite packed in some areas and blank in others like the location page. (...) More training of chairmen, remote moderators, and AV employees well beforehand is necessary to familiarize them on how to run a meeting with/for people with disabilities, e.g. the standard procedure (not only for people with disabilities) to constantly say your name before intervention; the moderator should remind chairman of the queue of intervention requests because if the remote participant can’t read the chat, he/she has no idea of the queue in line. The queue needs to be acknowledged on a regular basis.
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Score: 1323522.95 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...20Final%20ajs%20Report-v2.docx
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The use of self-service by passengers should be encouraged to reduce contact points and queues. This includes remote check-in (electronic / home printed boarding passes), and automated bag drops. (...) II. Provide guidance material to passengers regarding application of the preventive measures on board, including (Hand hygiene, appropriate use of face masks, respiratory etiquette, minimized on-board service). (...) Put measures into place to avoid passengers queuing in the aisle or the galleys for the use of the lavatories.
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Score: 1320971.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0on%20Restart%20Operations.pdf
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Z.1.3 queue arrival metric: The number of bytes arriving at the inlet of a QoS queue in a defined period. Z.1.4 queue fill metric: The number of bytes held in a QoS queue at the time of measurement. Z.2 Abbreviations and acronyms This annex uses the following abbreviations and acronyms: DRRUSF DRR Upstream Function at the NT LRCC-O LinkState Rate Configuration Control function at the DPU QAD Queue Arrival metric in Downstream QAU Queue Arrival metric in Upstream QFD Queue Fill metric in Downstream QFU Queue Fill metric in Upstream QSI-US-QF Queue Status Indication UpStream with per queue QFU at the DPU QSR-DS-QA Queue Status Report DownStream with per queue QAD at the DPU QSR-DS-QF Queue Status Report DownStream with per queue QFD at the DPU QSR-US-QA Queue Status Report UpStream with aggregate QAU for the data stream upstream at the DPU QSR-US-QF Queue Status Report UpStream with per queue QFU at the NT TMF-O Traffic Monitor Function at the DPU TMF-R Traffic Monitor Function at the NT USSM UpStream Stream Monitor at the DPU Z.3 Reference models Reference models shown in clause 5.1 and in Figures Z.1 and Z.2 show how traffic monitoring and link state control functions in L2+ (above the O and R reference points) relate to G.fast functions in the reference models shown in Figures 5-2 and 5-3 of the main body of this Recommendation. 1043     1048     1049     1050     1051     1052     1053     1054     1055     1056     1057     1058          
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Score: 1295691.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...files/basic-html/page1053.html
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 Page 1052 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 1052 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 1052 2 Transport aspects Table Y.2 – DRRdata field sent by FTU Length Name Byte Content (bytes) 5 1 0116 (Note 1) 2 One byte for the reporting block size for queue number 0 (B0) DRRdata for DRR 3 One byte for the reporting block size for queue number configuration request 1 (B1) (FTU-O only) (Note 2) 4 One byte for the reporting block size for queue number 2 (B2) 5 One byte for the reporting block size for queue number 3 (B3) DRRdata for DRR 2 1 8116 (Note 1) configuration confirm 2 Number of QoS queues supported by the NT (NQ) (FTU-R only) (Note 2) NOTE 1 – Byte 1 is used as a message identifier for the DRRdata type. (...) NOTE 1 – As an example, Annex I of [b-IEEE 802.1Q-2011] discusses mapping of traffic types to queues (priorities), where each queue represents a specific QoS behaviour distinct from other queues. (...) If there are three queues (i.e., NQ=3), then these PHBs will be mapped to queues (priorities) as follows: Queue number PHB 0 BE 1 AF 2 EF 1042     1047     1048     1049     1050     1051     1052     1053     1054     1055     1056     1057          
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