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Count the stains in the square and add the number to the number of stains determined for the first square (step 3). (...) If the total number of stains is 100 or less, continue to count the stains in squares until the total number of stains exceeds 100 for all squares counted. 5. (...) If there are several stains nearly as large as the largest stain on the card, measure their diameters. 5.
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Score: 1380999.8 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/6...e375fa173b0004313429356656.pdf
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The system should allow an automatic identification of bacteria based on Gram staining under microscope v. The system should allow identification of colonies morphology for presumptive identification of bacteria on main media cultures used vi. (...) Whereas previous studies described the recognition of a limited number of species, more recently Zielinski et al applied AI for the recognition of 33 bacteria species on Gram staining (Bartosz Zieliński, 2017) In 2017, Smith et al used deep Convolutional Neural Network for the automatic reading of Gram staining for positive blood cultures (Kenneth P. (...) Automated Interpretation of Blood Culture Gram Stains by Use of a Deep Convolutional Neural Network.
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Score: 1330708.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-F-033.docx
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It can also result in color variation based not to tissue variation but rather on cutting, processing or staining process variation. The color differences of same stain by institution or technicians often occur. Usually pathologists are familiar with the color of stain at own institution and sometimes each pathologist has favorite color. (...) Using spectral analysis and proper calibration, the color reproduction and stain standardization by digital imaging is possible.
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Score: 1324875.7 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...e-health/wcon/s7con001_ww9.doc
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Memorial to Dag Hammarskjöld | United Nations Gifts Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Gifts Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Catalog Art Committee Contact Home Title Memorial to Dag Hammarskjöld Gift ID:  136G This stained glass panel designed by Marc Chagall (b.1887, Russia - d. 1985, France)  and translated into glass through a collaboration with Charles Marq, in Reims, France.   (...) The work is done using the Grisaille technique of stained glass. Grisaille is the name of a gray, vitreous pigment used in the art of coloring glass for stained glass. (...) Donation Date:  September 17, 1964 Categories:  Stained Glass Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1304525.5 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/160
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Memorial to Dag Hammarskjöld | United Nations Gifts Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Gifts Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Catalog Art Committee Contact Home Title Memorial to Dag Hammarskjöld Gift ID:  136G This stained glass panel designed by Marc Chagall (b.1887, Russia - d. 1985, France)  and translated into glass through a collaboration with Charles Marq, in Reims, France.   (...) The work is done using the Grisaille technique of stained glass. Grisaille is the name of a gray, vitreous pigment used in the art of coloring glass for stained glass. (...) Donor Country:  Malawi Classification:  Stained Glass Location (Building):  General Assembly (GA) Donation Date:  September 17, 1964 Artist or Maker:  Marc Chagall with Charles Marq and Studio Jaques Simon, Reims, France Dimensions:  12 x 15 ft.
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Score: 1304525.5 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/con...memorial-dag-hammarskj%C3%B6ld
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DATA SPECIFICATION SHEET- LEUKEMIA Data Source Laboratory Medical Image Data of LMU Klinikum Munich -Single-cell images of Leukocytes from peripheral blood smears stained in the Pappenheim stain NCI’s Cancer Imaging Archive Data Acquisition / Sensing Modality Single-cell images of Leukocytes from peripheral blood smears stained in the Pappenheim stain Data Acquisition / Sensing Device Type M8 Digital Microscope/Scanner by Precipoint GmbH (Freising/Germany) Data Collection Place Larboratory of Leukemia Diagnostics at LMU Klinikum Munich Data Collection Period 2014-2017 Data Collection Author(s) Larboratory of Leukemia Diagnostics at LMU Klinikum Munich Data Collection Funding Agency Deutsche José Carreras-Leukämie Stiftung Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft through SFB 1243 Data Sample Size 18,365 single-cell images Data Type Single-cell image Data Privacy / De-identification Protocol Data Anonymization Data Assumptions/ Constraints/Dependencies No ‘missing data’ found for any predictor variable Cytomorphology based data are not known to directly identify any particular population subgroup(age-group, gender, ethnicity, etc) Considerable imbalance of label classes found in dataset reflecting the different prevalences of cell types in peripheral blood Patient consent requirement was waived due to retrospective study design Data Inclusion Criteria For training dataset, images were only included if they showed a single cell, enabling an unique label for each image For evaluation dataset, random division followed for inclusion of samples Data Exclusion Criteria To exclude intra-patient correlations, the data was split on a patient level (80% vs. 20% of patients in training or test set) Data Acceptance-Standards Compliance Probe handling ( data acquisition), staining techniques (data pre-processing) and leukocyte classification (labelling criteria) are according to international standards of hematology diagnostics Slides come from routine diagnostics with appropriate ethics approval (reference number 17–349) Data Pre-processing Technique(s) After extraction of single-cell patches from the scanned blood smears, no further preprocessing steps were taken on the data. Data augmentation during training time was performed by random shifts and rotations to train rotational and translational symmetry Data Annotation Process / Tool Selection of single blood cells from the blood smear scans are performed by examiners according to individual choice 3 independent annotations by 2 cytomorphology experts with long experience in routine diagnostics Data Labeling Accuracy Rate Data Bias & Variance Minimization Technique 5-fold cross-validation Data Feature Selection Technique Trained CNNs were analysed using saliency maps, which suggested that parts of the single cell known to be relevant to human experts are also important in the network’s decision Data Partitioning / Splitting Method 5-fold cross-validation Train: Tuning: Test Dataset Partitioning Ratio Random 80%-20% (Train: Test) split in the data of each cell class Data Registry URL The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) under https://doi.org/10.7937/tcia.2019.36f5o9ld ML MODEL SPECIFICATION SHEET- LEUKEMIA Model Name CNN based Acute Myeloid Leukemia Classifier Model Automation Mode ‘ Decision aid’ for Acute Myeloid Leukemia diagnostics Model Task Image Classification & Detection Model Target User Group Physicians and laboratory staff Model Target Patient Group Model is potentially applicable to all population subgroups Model Input Data Source Laboratory Medical Image Data of LMU Klinikum Munich -Single-cell images of Leukocytes from peripheral blood smears stained in the Pappenheim stain NCI’s Cancer Imaging Archive Model Algorithm Type CNN-sequential model & CNN-ResNeXt Model Output Type 15 different classes of Leukocytes Model Evaluation Metric(s) ‘ Confusion matrix’ for cell classification, ‘ROC-AUC’ for recognition of blast and atypical cells Model Assumptions/ Constraints/Dependencies Model developed from single-centered data and annotations from LMU Klinikum Model Development Toolkit Model Developer Christian Matek Jointly developed by Department of Internal Medicine III at LMU Klinium & Institute of Computational Biology, Helmholtz Zentrum Model Development Period 2018-2019 Model Registry URL https://doi.org/10.1038/s42256-019-0101-9 (CodeOcean capsule referenced for the code) Model License No To conclude… Requirements Traceability Matrix is proposed as ' DAISAM tool for TDD audit process ( OPTIONAL to use) Traceability Matrix tool helps verify the completeness of test plan metrics for the AI4H Assessment Platform Thank you for your time
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Score: 1287896.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-J-041-A01.pptx
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Childhood in Jamaica: Stained by violence | UNICEF Jamaica Skip to main content Jamaica Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Jamaica EXPLORE UNICEF About us Work at UNICEF Contact us PRESS CENTRE Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Childhood in Jamaica: Stained by violence This booklet seeks to highlight major challenges with violence against children in home, school and community settings UNICEF Jamaica/Brown Highlights In Jamaica, too many children do not have this protection. Their lives are being stained by violence – often at the hands of people they love and trust. 
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Score: 1287319.1 - https://www.unicef.org/jamaica...dhood-jamaica-stained-violence
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ANNEXE Proposition de réunion du Chapitre 41 de la classification pour le commerce international 4101 Cuirs et peaux bruts de bovins (buffles inclus) ou d´équidés (fraîches, ou salés, séchés, chaulés, picklés ou autrement conservés, mais non tannés ni parcheminés ni autrement préparés), même épilés ou refendus :   4101 10 - Cuirs et peaux bruts entiers, d´un poids unitaire n´excédant pas 8 kg lorsqu´elles sont sèches; 10 kg lorsqu´elles sont salées sèches et 16 kg lorsqu´elles sont fraîches, salées vertes ou autrement conservées   4101 20 - Cuirs et peaux bruts entiers, d´un poids unitaire excédant 16 kg   4101 90 - autres, y compris les croupons, demi-croupons et flancs         4102 Peaux brutes d´ovins (fraîches, ou salées, séchées, chaulées, picklées ou autrement conservées, mais non tannées ni parcheminées ni autrement préparées), même épilées ou refendues, autres que celles exclues par la note 1 point c) du présent chapitre :   4102 10 - non refendues ou épilées     - refendues ou épilées :   4102 21 - - picklées   4102 29 - - autres         4103 Autres cuirs et peaux bruts (fraîches, ou salées, séchées, chaulées, picklées ou autrement conservées, mais non tannées ni parcheminées ni autrement préparées), même épilées ou refendues, autres que celles exclues par la note 1 point b) ou point c) du présent chapitre :   4103 10 - de caprins   4103 20 - de porcins   4103 30 - de reptiles   4103 90 - d´autres animaux         4104 Cuirs et peaux tannés ou en stain de bovins (buffles inclus) ou d´équidés, épilés, même refendus, mais non finis :     - à l´état humide (y compris wet-blue ) :   4104 11 - - plein épaisseur et côtés fleur   4104 19 - - autres côtés     - à l´état sec (en stain) :   4104 21 - - plein épaisseur et côtés fleur   4104 29 - - autres côtés         4105 Peaux tannées ou en stain d´ovins, épilées, même refendues, mais non finies :   4105 10 - à l´état humide (y compris wet-blue )    4105 20 - à l´état sec (en stain)         4106 Autres cuirs et peaux tannés ou en stain, épilés, même refendus, mais non finis :     - de caprins :   4106 11 - - à l´état humide (y compris wet-blue )    4106 12 - - à l´état sec (en stain)     - de porcins :   4106 21 - - à l´état humide (y compris wet-blue )    4106 22 - - à l´état sec (en stain)   4106 30 - de reptiles     - autres:   4106 91 - - à l´état humide (y compris wet-blue )    4106 92 - - à l´état sec (en stain)         4107 Cuirs et peaux finis (y compris parcheminés) de bovins (buffles inclus) ou d´équidés, épilés, même refendus, autres que ceux du n° 4110 :     - Cuirs et peaux entiers :   4107 11 - - plein épaisseur   4107 12 - - côtés fleur   4107 19 - - autres côtés     - autres, y compris les bandes :   4107 91 - - plein épaisseur   4107 92 - - côtés fleur   4107 99 - - autres côtés         4108 00 Cuirs finis (y compris parcheminés) d'ovins, épilés, même refendus, autres que ceux du n° 4110         4109 Cuirs finis (y compris parcheminés) d´autres animaux, épilés, même refendus, autres que ceux du n° 4110 :   1 La Classification type pour le commerce international (CTCI) et le Système harmonisé de désignation et de codification des marchandises (SH) sont à l'heure actuelle les classifications utilisées le plus fréquemment par les bureaux nationaux des statistiques dans leurs rapports sur le commerce et les échanges, encore que certains pays d'Amérique latine et d'Afrique continuent à recourir à la Nomenclature du Conseil de coopération douanière (CCD).
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Score: 1281471.7 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9295f.htm
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Death in custody of activist priest, a stain on India’s rights record: UN expert | | UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv   Subscribe Audio Hub Death in custody of activist priest, a stain on India’s rights record: UN expert Unsplash/R.D. (...) It will forever remain a stain on India’s human rights record – UN expert @MaryLawlorhrds . (...) Lawlor explained that Father Swamy “had dedicated much of his life to defending the rights of indigenous peoples and the Adivasi minority” and that his death “will forever remain a stain on India’s human rights record”. She said that she and other UN independent experts had approached the Indian authorities with their concerns about the case.
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Score: 1239254.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/07/1095892
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Transportation of these packs are generally on bulk packed in boxes however fundamentally, these individual packs are consumed by a single person directly from the pack itself - Understand the requirements of the packaged item: - required shelf life - storage conditions - pack / consumer engagement - Analyse current problem areas - quality control issues / RCA / impact from packaging • Poor sealing quality - Material, Machine, Method… • Micro-perforation - Material, Machine, Method… • Adhesion of metal on polymer layer / delamination - Surface treatment of the polymer, FFA migration • Puncture - Packing process (free falling), sharp edge on the machine De-metallization Punctured sachets Poor sealing quality LNS – Main defects Weak sealing Micro perforation- Oil sweating Delamination • Other defects that demonstrate issues with machine settings or insufficient quality controls LNS – Other defects Misalignment of the film Stain from printing process Poor readability • Rub off printings / De-metallization ➔ Loss of traceability • Puncture ➔ Food safety and quality, loss of shelf life • Stained cartons ➔ Cartons strength • Food loss Overall, when defects are occurring after offloading: - Reconditioning is required (cartons only) - Create confusion if the product is still good for consumption LNS – Consequences of defective packaging Sorting and reconditioning process in WFP WH • Objective: provide tools and minimum recommendations to: • Overcome micro-leakages happening in the sachets, usually in sealing areas • Improve sealing quality • Reduce de-metallization • Improve quality assurance process in place (quality of their packaging supplier and material delivered) LNS Packaging improvements project Thank you
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Score: 1206705.7 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...s-supply-packaging-project.pdf
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