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The first virtual meeting on 29 March 2022, attended by 300 participants, discussed how sentinel surveillance can identify target rodent reservoirs responsible for human leptospirosis. During the meeting, MoH shared the results of rodent sentinel surveillance in 10 sites (Asahan North Sumatera, Serang Banten, Bogor West Java, Demak Central Java, Bantul DI Yogyakarta, Probolinggo East Java, Banjar South Kalimantan, Tarakan North Kalimantan, Enrekang South Sulawesi, Ambon Maluku). (...) This rate is considered high and should be improved by implementing better rodent control. Meanwhile, GLEAN experts presented topics covering (1) Rodent as risk factors for leptospirosis; (2) Methods of rodent surveillance in community and sylvatic area setting; (3) Sample collection and laboratory testing for leptospirosis from rodent and identification of pathogenic Leptospira species and molecular characterisation; (4) Examples of rodent sentinel surveillance in other countries such as Brazil, Southern Chile, and Malaysia integrating rodent sentinel surveillance with human and environment, and data analysis of rodent surveillance used to inform human leptospirosis risk.
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Score: 1428247.2 - https://www.who.int/indonesia/...-through-a-one-health-approach
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We do not di‐ Out of the ive RATs available on FiPy, we are using WiFi, rectly compare RODENT’s results to related works as the LoRa and BLE in this scenario. (...) We run three types of experiments. First, RODENT is not 11.2 Packet Delivery Ratio active and nodes only use WiFi links, depicted in blue in Fig. 9. (...) The PDR of 2, 4 and 5 is around 80% with RODENT which allows them to use LoRa. It is not the same as WiFi because of frequent 1 http://chercheurs.lille.inria.fr/bfoubert/ressources/ collisions, as nodes do not use a proper MAC. 3’s PDR rodent.mp4 is around 60% with RODENT.
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Score: 1428115.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page114.html
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We do not di‐ Out of the ive RATs available on FiPy, we are using WiFi, rectly compare RODENT’s results to related works as the LoRa and BLE in this scenario. (...) We run three types of experiments. First, RODENT is not 11.2 Packet Delivery Ratio active and nodes only use WiFi links, depicted in blue in Fig. 9. (...) The PDR of 2, 4 and 5 is around 80% with RODENT which allows them to use LoRa. It is not the same as WiFi because of frequent 1 http://chercheurs.lille.inria.fr/bfoubert/ressources/ collisions, as nodes do not use a proper MAC. 3’s PDR rodent.mp4 is around 60% with RODENT.
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Score: 1428115.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page114.html
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IEEE Network, 21(1):34–40, 2007. RODENT is designed for routing in MTN and enables the [9] L. (...) In International sibility and utility of MTN with a prototype network based Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Pro‐ on a custom implementation of RODENT. Results show cessing (TSP), 2019. that RODENT increase lexibility, reliability, energy sav‐ ings and maintains a good PDR. [10] I. (...) V. dition, we plan to combine RODENT with an ef icient data d. Abeele, T. Bolckmans, J.
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Score: 1419760.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page115.html
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IEEE Network, 21(1):34–40, 2007. RODENT is designed for routing in MTN and enables the [9] L. (...) In International sibility and utility of MTN with a prototype network based Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Pro‐ on a custom implementation of RODENT. Results show cessing (TSP), 2019. that RODENT increase lexibility, reliability, energy sav‐ ings and maintains a good PDR. [10] I. (...) V. dition, we plan to combine RODENT with an ef icient data d. Abeele, T. Bolckmans, J.
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Score: 1419760.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page115.html
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Fig. 8 – Experimental setup. Considering a RODENT packet carrying a data payload of use case , the header contains RV ’s id number and WiFi x the best route BR . (...) Each RAT comes with different performances in 10. RODENT EXPERIMENTS terms of energy consumption, economical cost, bit rate, etc. RODENT performs route selection based on these To assess the performances of RODENT, we run experi‐ characteristics.
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Score: 1413983.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page113.html
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Fig. 8 – Experimental setup. Considering a RODENT packet carrying a data payload of use case , the header contains RV ’s id number and WiFi x the best route BR . (...) Each RAT comes with different performances in 10. RODENT EXPERIMENTS terms of energy consumption, economical cost, bit rate, etc. RODENT performs route selection based on these To assess the performances of RODENT, we run experi‐ characteristics.
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RODENT relies on a multi-criteria route selection performed with a custom lightweight TOPSIS method. To assess RODENT's performances, we implemented a functional prototype on real WSN hardware, Pycom FiPy devices. Unlike related prototypes, ours has the advantage not to rely on specific infrastructure on the operator's side. Results show that RODENT enables energy savings, an increased coverage as well as multiple data requirements support.
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Score: 1406625.1 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-ITUJNL-JFETS.V2I1-7-2021
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The header contains the required control data for RODENT. The Network Identifier is a two byte value shared by all nodes and is used to differentiate RODENT’s communication. (...) RODENT i The following notations are used further. (...) Section 5 introduced RODENT’s selection . constructs its third route by adding the route’s method.
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Score: 1404775.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page112.html
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The header contains the required control data for RODENT. The Network Identifier is a two byte value shared by all nodes and is used to differentiate RODENT’s communication. (...) RODENT i The following notations are used further. (...) Section 5 introduced RODENT’s selection . constructs its third route by adding the route’s method.
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Score: 1404775.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page112.html
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