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In B pictures, the first one or two pictures (depending on BTPSM) in relative index order are used for backward prediction, and the forward picture reference parameters specify a relative index into the remaining pictures for use in forward prediction. (...) The current picture is stored in the buffer and assigned a default relative index of zero. The default relative index of all other short-term pictures is incremented by one. (...) The specified picture is assigned to a default relative index of one plus the highest of the incremented default relative indices, or zero if there are no such incremented indices.
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Score: 561368.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...05_Fairfax/JVT-C083_AnnexA.doc
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Important implications for the gains to migrants: Bad institutions can be left behind; inadequate human capital travels with you Cross-country growth literature points to the importance of institutions Hall and Jones (1999) Accounting exercise: Decompose relative output per worker into the product of the relative (weighted) capital to output ratio, relative human capital per worker, and relative total factor productivity Example of Kenya: Relative Output per worker: 0.056 Relative capital to output ratio: 0.747 Relative human capital per worker: 0.457 Relative total factor productivity: 0.165 Complication: Evidence of poor transferability of skills leading to “brain waste” Scarcity of longitudinal evidence: Jasso, Rosenzweig and, Smith (2002) is an important exception Evidence of large PPP adjusted income gains Large income gains despite poor transferability Migration-based “Plan B” Although institutions are recognized to be central to development, outsiders are limited in what they can do to put better institutions in place Lant Pritchett’s Plan B “My Plan is that we begin today to develop mechanisms for enhanced labor mobility so that, when in 2015 the MDGs are not achieved (and in many countries there is no progress), that these can be scaled up and integrated into an international system that is truly globalized.”
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Score: 561236.13 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...nts/pdf/other/turin/MCHALE.pdf
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DNA testing will not be required to verify a relationship between relatives overseas and the anchor relative for the purposes of access to the P-3 program.  (...) The overseas refugee applicant should notify the anchor relative in the U.S. of his/her decision. The refugee and/or anchor relative should then notify the resettlement agency and DHS/USCIS as well. (...) When should one file and I-730 Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition? Ideally, relatives in the U.S. are encouraged to file an AOR as soon as possible.
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Score: 559962.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/us-family-reunification.html
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DNA testing will not be required to verify a relationship between relatives overseas and the anchor relative for the purposes of access to the P-3 program.  (...) The overseas refugee applicant should notify the anchor relative in the U.S. of his/her decision. The refugee and/or anchor relative should then notify the resettlement agency and DHS/USCIS as well. (...) When should one file and I-730 Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition? Ideally, relatives in the U.S. are encouraged to file an AOR as soon as possible.
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Score: 559962.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/us-family-reunification.html
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DNA testing will not be required to verify a relationship between relatives overseas and the anchor relative for the purposes of access to the P-3 program.  (...) The overseas refugee applicant should notify the anchor relative in the U.S. of his/her decision. The refugee and/or anchor relative should then notify the resettlement agency and DHS/USCIS as well. (...) When should one file and I-730 Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition? Ideally, relatives in the U.S. are encouraged to file an AOR as soon as possible.
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Score: 559962.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/us-family-reunification.html
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DNA testing will not be required to verify a relationship between relatives overseas and the anchor relative for the purposes of access to the P-3 program.  (...) The overseas refugee applicant should notify the anchor relative in the U.S. of his/her decision. The refugee and/or anchor relative should then notify the resettlement agency and DHS/USCIS as well. (...) When should one file and I-730 Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition? Ideally, relatives in the U.S. are encouraged to file an AOR as soon as possible.
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Score: 559962.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/us-family-reunification.html
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24 Release 99Release 99 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 20021995 GSM 3G Rel 99 Rel 4Phase 1 Rel 96 Rel 97 Rel 98 Rel 5Phase 2 25 Release 99Release 99 •• Main feature:Main feature: –– Creation of the Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA) both Creation of the Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA) both in FDD and TDD (3.84 in FDD and TDD (3.84 McpsMcps) modes. (...) (Fully referenced in ITU--R R M.1457)M.1457) •• Other features:Other features: –– CAMEL phase 3CAMEL phase 3 –– Open Service Architecture (basic version)Open Service Architecture (basic version) –– Location Services (LCS): improvements and corrections of the Location Services (LCS): improvements and corrections of the basic versionbasic version –– Narrowband AMR (new Narrowband AMR (new codeccodec)) •• Lot of other smaller uncorrelated improvements (multicall, Lot of other smaller uncorrelated improvements (multicall, HSCSD for 2G, etc)HSCSD for 2G, etc) 26 Release 99Release 99 Current operational systems are based on Release 99:Current operational systems are based on Release 99: •• Japan Japan -- FOMAFOMA •• Isle of Man Isle of Man -- Manx TelecomManx Telecom •• Monaco Monaco -- Monaco TelecomMonaco Telecom N TT D oC oM o 27 Release 4Release 4 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 20021995 GSM 3G Rel 99 Rel 4Phase 1 Rel 96 Rel 97 Rel 98 Rel 5Phase 2 28 Release 4Release 4 •• Main features:Main features: –– Low Chip Rate TDD (1,28 Low Chip Rate TDD (1,28 McpsMcps) ) –– i.e. (...) TD--SCDMASCDMA –– GERAN concept established (EDGE/GPRS GERAN concept established (EDGE/GPRS Iu Iu interface)interface) –– Bearer independent Bearer independent Circuit SwitchedCircuit Switched network architecturenetwork architecture •• the MSC is split in “Media Gateway” for transport and “MSC servethe MSC is split in “Media Gateway” for transport and “MSC server” r” for signallingfor signalling –– StreamingStreaming •• Retrieval of real time video (e.g. movie playback)Retrieval of real time video (e.g. movie playback) –– MultimMultimeediadia messaging messaging •• Enhanced messaging (rich text formatting and still image)Enhanced messaging (rich text formatting and still image) •• Multimedia messaging (multimedia attachments)Multimedia messaging (multimedia attachments) 29 Release 4Release 4 •• Lot of other uncorrelated smaller improvements Lot of other uncorrelated smaller improvements including:including: –– UTRAN repeater specificationUTRAN repeater specification –– Real time Real time facsimilefacsimile –– Transcoder Free Operation (mobile to mobile)Transcoder Free Operation (mobile to mobile) –– Improvements in: MExE, USIM toolkit, AT command, LCS, Improvements in: MExE, USIM toolkit, AT command, LCS, emergency calls in CS domain, security, etc.emergency calls in CS domain, security, etc. 30 Release 4Release 4 •• Introduces TDIntroduces TD--SCDMASCDMA •• Early operational systems in Early operational systems in China will probably be based on China will probably be based on Release 4Release 4 •• Release 4 compliant products on show Release 4 compliant products on show at 3GSM Cannes, 2002at 3GSM Cannes, 2002 Si em en s pr es s pi ct ur e 31 Release 5Release 5 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 20021995 GSM 3G Rel 99 Rel 4Phase 1 Rel 96 Rel 97 Rel 98 Rel 5Phase 2 32 Release 5Release 5 •• Introduces IMS Introduces IMS -- IPIP--based Multimedia Servicesbased Multimedia Services –– In two phases (Phase 1 in Release 5)In two phases (Phase 1 in Release 5) –– IP core networkIP core network –– Handling of multimedia services using SIP signalling and the Handling of multimedia services using SIP signalling and the bearers offered by the PS domainbearers offered by the PS domain –– Manufacturers already demonstrating IMS solutionsManufacturers already demonstrating IMS solutions •• HSDPA HSDPA -- High Speed Downlink Packet AccessHigh Speed Downlink Packet Access –– Opens up throughput in order of 10Mbit/sOpens up throughput in order of 10Mbit/s –– Included in latest ITUIncluded in latest ITU--R update of M.1457R update of M.1457 •• Both are enabling technologiesBoth are enabling technologies –– Providing opportunities for advanced servicesProviding opportunities for advanced services –– Commercial decision by industry whether Release 5 will be Commercial decision by industry whether Release 5 will be basis of Wbasis of W--CDMA systems in short/medium termCDMA systems in short/medium term 33 Release 5Release 5 •• Other major features:Other major features: –– WWidebandideband AMRAMR (new 16 kHz (new 16 kHz codeccodec)) –– CAMEL PCAMEL Phasehase 44 •• new functions such as mnew functions such as midid--call procedurecall procedures, s, Interactions with Optimal Interactions with Optimal RoutingRouting, etc., etc. –– EndEnd--toto--end end QQooS S in the PS domainin the PS domain –– Global Text Telephony (GGlobal Text Telephony (GTTTT) (i.e. real time text)) (i.e. real time text) –– Extended transparent endExtended transparent end--toto--end PS mobile streamingend PS mobile streaming 34 Release 5Release 5 •• Other features:Other features: –– IP transport in IP transport in UTRANUTRAN –– Intra domain connection of Intra domain connection of RAN RAN nodes to multiples nodes to multiples CN CN nodes nodes (i.e one RNC serving two or more (i.e one RNC serving two or more MSCsMSCs within the same within the same network)network) –– Emergency calls (circuit switched)Emergency calls (circuit switched) –– Messaging enhancements (EMS, MMS)Messaging enhancements (EMS, MMS) –– Improvements of Radio Interface (including UMTS1800/1900)Improvements of Radio Interface (including UMTS1800/1900) –– Enhancements in Enhancements in GERANGERAN, LCS, , LCS, OSAOSA, , MExEMExE, etc. , etc. 35 Release 6Release 6 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 20021995 GSM 3G Rel 99 Rel 4Phase 1 Rel 96 Rel 97 Rel 98 Rel 5Phase 2 Rel 6 2003 36 Release 6Release 6 •• Currently planned for 2Currently planned for 2ndnd half 2003:half 2003: –– IMS "Phase 2" (including IMS Messaging, IMS Group Management)IMS "Phase 2" (including IMS Messaging, IMS Group Management) –– Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS)Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service (MBMS) –– Push servicesPush services –– Wireless LAN interworkingWireless LAN interworking –– Network sharing (maybe Release 5)Network sharing (maybe Release 5) –– Digital Rights ManagementDigital Rights Management –– Speech recognition and speech enabled servicesSpeech recognition and speech enabled services –– Identity Portability (formerly Number Portability)Identity Portability (formerly Number Portability) –– Presence (maybe Release 5)Presence (maybe Release 5) –– Radio optimisationRadio optimisation –– Priority servicePriority service –– Generic user profileGeneric user profile –– Enhancements to:Enhancements to: •• MExE, LCS, OSA, emergency calls in PS domain and IMSMExE, LCS, OSA, emergency calls in PS domain and IMS 37 And what's beyond Release 6?
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Score: 556845.56 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...2/documents/2-2_chatterjee.pdf
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In the last 50 years it is possible to configure numerous scenarios, according to the relative importance given by Latin American governments to price stability and relative prices. In the current debate, relative prices have been receiving less attention than price stability. (...) The present article, in addition to describing the recent evolution of relative prices in a number of the region's countries, shows that this belief does not accord with the facts, identifies homogeneous groups of goods and services at either end of the distribution and raises some questions about the implications of this last finding.
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Score: 555945.75 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...nflation-and-structural-change
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UN Palestine Commission - Transfer of prisoners from Palestine - Committee Prisoners Relatives, Tel Aviv - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / UN Palestine Commission – Transfer of prisoners from Palestine – Committee Prisoners Relatives, Tel Aviv UN Palestine Commission – Transfer of prisoners from Palestine – Committee Prisoners Relatives, Tel Aviv UNITED NATIONS PALESTINE COMMISSION Communication Received from Committee Prisoners Relatives, Tel-Aviv The following communication has been received from the Committee of Prisoners Relatives, Tel-Aviv. 1948 March 31 AM 9 55 VXY180 TELAVIV 47 30 1830 NLT PALESTINE PARTITION IMPLEMENTATION COMMISSION LAKESUCCESS URGENTLY CRAVE YOUR INTERVENTION WITH BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO REVOKE PLAN FOR TRANSFER FROM PALESTINE OF JEWISH PRISONERS ON TERMINATION MANDATE STOP PRISONERS AND RELATIVES SHOCKED THIS INHUMANE PROPOSAL BY BRITISH PARLIAMENT WHICH IS REPUGNANT INTERNATIONAL LAW AND JUSTICE COMMITTEE PRISONERS RELATIVES, Document symbol: A/AC.21/M/26 Download Document Files: [get_file_name file_url=”https://unispal.un.org/pdfs/AAC21M26.pdf“] Document Type: Cablegram , Communication Document Sources: General Assembly , United Nations Palestine Commission (UNPC) Subject: Governance , Palestine question , Prisoners and detainees Publication Date: 31/03/1948 2019-03-12T20:17:34-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Score: 555757.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-212099/
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Le sezioni del Consiglio d’Amministrazione dell’OIL: Sezione istituzionale (INS) Si occuperà delle questioni relative al funzionamento dell'Ufficio e dell'Organizzazione, compresi gli obblighi costituzionali. (...) Sezione Questioni giuridiche e norme internazionali del lavoro (LILS) Prende in considerazione le questioni relative alla Costituzione dell'OIL, i diversi Ordini permanenti, lo status dell'OIL negli Stati membri, gli accordi giuridici conclusi dall'OIL con altre organizzazioni internazionali e tutti gli aspetti giuridici delle questioni istituzionali (Sezioni Questioni giuridiche), nonché le questioni relative alle attività dell'OIL in materia di norme, compresa l'approvazione dei moduli di relazione per le convenzioni e le raccomandazioni dell'OIL e la selezione degli strumenti per la presentazione di relazioni ai sensi dell'articolo 19, nonché le azioni relative alla protezione dei diritti umani (Sezioni Norme internazionali del lavoro e diritti umani). Programma, sezione finanziaria e amministrativa (PFA) La sezione PFA esamina le proposte di programma e di bilancio e l'esecuzione del programma, le altre stime di bilancio e le spese dell'Ufficio ed esamina le questioni finanziarie e amministrative, comprese le questioni relative ai locali dell'OIL, alle tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (Programma, segmento finanziario e amministrativo); le relazioni di audit, valutazione e supervisione, compresa la relazione del Comitato consultivo indipendente di supervisione dell'organo direttivo (IOAC) (segmento Audit e supervisione); e le questioni relative alle risorse umane e alle questioni relative al Tribunale amministrativo dell'OIL (segmento del personale).
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Score: 554814.8 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/event...WCMS_760079/lang--it/index.htm
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