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Armed conflicts 1946-2006 World population and conflicts State-level demographic pressure Basic Model Expanded Model Post-Cold War Population growth Not significant Not significant Not significant Population density Lower risk (weak) Not significant Not significant Growth * density Not significant Not significant Not significant Urban growth Not significant Lower risk Urdal, Henrik, 2005. (...) High Income Low Income Low degradation Higher risk Lower risk Medium degradation Higher risk Not significant Very high degradation Higher risk Not significant Water scarcity Higher risk Higher risk (weak) Population density Higher risk Higher risk Population growth Higher risk Higher risk Pop growth *density Not significant Higher risk Pop growth *water scarcity Not significant Higher risk (weak) Pop growth * degradation Not significant Not significant Demography and violence in India • State-level analysis • Time-period 1956-2002 • 3 measures of violence: - Armed conflict - Violent political events - Hindu-Muslim riots Urdal, Henrik, 2008. (...) Armed conflict Political violence Riots Rural pop growth Not significant Not significant Not significant Rural pop density Higher risk Not significant Not significant Rural growth *density Not significant Higher risk Not significant Urban growth Lower risk Not significant Not significant Rural inequality Not significant Not significant Not significant Agricultural yield Not significant Higher risk if high density Not significant Decline in agricultural wages Higher risk (long-term) Not significant Not significant Preliminary conclusions • Security is not a rationale for reducing global population growth • Local effects more likely due to: - Local resource management failure - Adaptation failure • Climate change and security: desperate need for solid research Demographic Aspects of Climate Change, Environmental Degradation and Armed ConflictPresentation to the United Nations Expe Population pressure The resource scarcity model The Technological Optimism Model Climate Change and Conflict Climate refugees Defining internal armed conflict The location of armed conflicts in 2006 Armed conflicts 1946-2006 World population and conflicts State-level demographic pressure Climate change and conflict Climate change and conflict Demography and violence in India Demography and violence in India Preliminary conclusions
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Score: 554019.9 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...events/pdf/expert/13/Urdal.pdf
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Competence of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in decision-making regarding siting, designing and construction of nuclear installations and radioactive waste management facilities of national significance The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine makes decisions regarding siting, designing and construction of nuclear installations and radioactive waste management facilities of national significance by passing a relevant law on siting, designing, and construction of a nuclear installation or a radioactive waste management facility of national significance. (...) The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine submits a draft law on siting, designing and construction of a nuclear installation or a radioactive waste management facility of national significance to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. 2 Article 3. (...) Procedure of expanding existing nuclear installations and radioactive waste management facilities of national significance A decision to expand existing nuclear installations and radioactive waste management facilities of national significance, if the expansion is necessitated by the construction of reactors or storage facilities (except for interim storage facilities within the industrial site of a nuclear installation) not governed by this Law, shall be approved according to the same procedure as the approval of siting, designing and construction of nuclear installations and radioactive waste management facilities of national significance.
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Score: 545127.73 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ations%20and%20waste%20Eng.pdf
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Significance bits are those bits indicating whether a given residual coefficient has already become significant, i.e. whether its most significant bit (MSB) has already shown up in the enhancement layer. (...) If the current bit is 1, then the significance state of the related coefficient switches from insignificant (0) to significant (1), thus that its significance propagates to the context formation of coefficients in future coding decisions. (...) The intermediate variables h and v used for computation of sign contexts are generated according to the formulas given in Fig. 12, where the meaning of these operations is as follows: h = (1 if both significant horizontal neighbours have negative sign or the only significant horizontal neighbour has negative sign h = 0 if both significant horizontal neighbours have different signs or no horizontal neighbours are significant h = +1 if both significant horizontal neighbours have positive sign or the only significant horizontal neighbour has positive sign V = (1 if both significant vertical neighbours have negative sign or the only significant vertical neighbour has negative sign V = 0 if both significant vertical neighbours have different signs or no vertical neighbours are significant V = +1 if both significant vertical neighbours have positive sign or the only significant vertical neighbour has positive sign h v (1 0 1 (1 7 4 5 0 6 3 6 1 5 4 7 h v (1 0 1 (1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 (a) (b) Table 3: (a) Sign table for the context formation of sign bits.
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Score: 542283.84 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/0008_Por/q15k12.doc
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Most of the parameter estimates were significant at the 1 percent level, suggesting a significant influence of prices on budget share. (...) *=significant at 10% **=significant at 5% ***=significant at 1% 16. (...) Table 9: Hicksian elasticities for UK Commodity Black Tea Coffee Black Tea -0.716*** -1.283*** (0.1095) (0.1095) Coffee -0.065 -1.934*** (0.0405) (0.0405) Numbers in parentheses are standard errors. *=significant at 10% **=significant at 5% ***=significant at 1% CCP:TE 12/2 7 17.
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Score: 542113.57 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cuments/IGG_20/12-2-demand.pdf
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The Determination of Significant Damage to a Branch of the Russian Economy as a Result of the Dumping Imports of a Good 3. (...) The significant damage inflicted by such factors shall not be taken into account while the decision is made as to the significant damage inflicted by the dumping imports. 10. (...) The Determination of the Menace of a Significant Damage to a Branch of the Russian Economy as a Result of the Dumping Imports of a Good 11.
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Score: 541967.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_19.pdf
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The test was to involve SWH and SWM PNG and BUFR significant weather products with nominal issue time 1300 and 1500 UTC (VT 0600 UTC on Thursday 09 July 2009). 36. (...) Wednesday 20 October 2010 – WAFC London successfully provided back-up for WAFC Washington by producing and transmitting all the SWH and SWM PNG and BUFR significant weather products with nominal issue time 1300 UTC (VT 0600 UTC on Thursday 21 October 2010). 2011 46a Saturday 04 December 2011 - WAFC Washington provided real, unscheduled back- up for WAFC London by producing and transmitting the SWH PNG and BUFR significant weather products with nominal issue time 0000 UTC (VT 0600 UTC on Sunday 05 December 2010). (...) Wednesday 24 October 2018 - WAFC London provided back-up for WAFC Washington by producing and transmitting all the SWH and SWM PNG and BUFR significant weather products valid for 0600 UTC on Thursday 25 October 2018.
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Score: 541061.4 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...20(Oct%202021)_rev20220117.pdf
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Results analysis 5.2.1. Most significant business disincentive 5.2.2. Percentage of significance of business disincentives 5.2.3. (...) The disincentives were assessed on a scale of significance from 1: less restrictive to 10: highly restrictive (the scale of significance was reversed) b. (...) We created three categories of significance: highly significant (7-10), important (5-6), and less important (1-4), the sum of which for every disincentive is 100. § We can see that «Negative business environment» and «Inadequate policy towards foreign investment» were assessed as being highly significant by the least number of respondents: only a quarter (1/4) of those responding considering «Negative business environment» to be highly significant, and less than half the respondents (47%) considered «Inadequate policy towards foreign investment» as a highly significant disincentive. § In contrast, «Political and Economic Instability» was assessed by 71% of respondents as Highly Significant and by 23% as Significant; while «Insufficient Legal and Administrative Framework» was considered by 70% of respondents to be highly significant and by 13% to be significant. 5.2.3.
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Score: 536908.54 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/misc/ffd2000/greek.pdf
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This interest was assessed as non-personal, non-specific and financially significant*. Her research institution 1 received two grants from Aeras for a BCG challenge trial (2013-2015) and for a mycobacterial assay for growth inhibition (2010-2013). (...) This interest was assessed as non-personal, specific and financially significant*. Her research institution 1 received a grant from TBVI/NORAD for research of Biomarkers (2013-2015). (...) This interest was assessed as non-personal, non-specific and financially significant*. His research institution 2 received a grant from NIH, NIAID for a project on the biology and biosignatures of anti-tuberculosis treatment response (2015).
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Score: 536204.2 - https://www.who.int/immunizati...y/sage/sage_wg_bcg_oct2016/en/
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Referring to figure below, the principle for bit order is “maintenance of bit significance”. Bits from older vector are more significant than bit from newer vectors. the MSB of the frame goes to MSB of B1 and the LSB of the frame goes to LSB of B5. 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 9 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ <---V1---><---V2---><---V3---><---V4---> <--B1--><--B2--><--B3--><--B4--><--B5--> <--------------Frame 1-----------------> For example: B1 contain 8 most significant bits of V1, MSB of V1 is MSB of B1. B2 contain 2 Least Significant bits of V2, the more significant of the two in its MSB, and 6 most significant bits of V2, the most significant of them is more significant at B2 also. B1 Shall be put first to the packet (most significant byte in RTP) and B5 last. Multi Frame packetization.
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Score: 535114.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9609_Eib/AVC-1014.doc
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The significant damage inflicted when such factors are available shall not be taken into account when the significant damage inflicted by the subsidized imports is being assessed. 11. (...) The Determination of the Menace of a Significant Damage to a Branch of the Russian Economy When Imports Are Subsidized 12. (...) The occurrence of a situation in which subsidized imports can in future cause a significant damage shall be obvious and inevitable. 13.
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Score: 533092.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_20.pdf
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