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Main activities SuRF works as an NGO in the health, governance and gender mainstreaming areas. (...) The last ICAAP was held in Bali and the next ICAAP will be held in Busan, Republic of Korea in August 2011. SuRF is also on the Board of Governors (Executive Committee) and SuRF CEO, Mr. (...) SuRF's Highlights: SuRF can provide technical assistance to other member organisations, GHWA and others in communication for social change.
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Score: 1385629 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._partners/member_list/surf/en/
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RGS WG/4-WP/16 31/10/2017 International Civil Aviation Organization Runway and Ground Safety Working Group Fourth Meeting (RGS WG/4) (Cairo, Egypt, 05-07 November 2017) Agenda Item 4: Coordination between RASG-MID and MIDANPIRG in the area of Aerodromes SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH ASBU MODULE B0-A-SURF (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents the status of implementation of the B0-SURF elements in the MID Region and the associated performance monitoring. (...) Implementation and Monitoring 2.3 A-SMGCS Levels 1-2 related to B0-SURF are to be implemented by a number of agreed international airports as included in the MID Region Air Navigation Strategy. (...) Concerned MID e-ANP Tables related to the status of implementation of the different B0-SURF elements are at Appendix B. 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to urge States to: a) review and update the status of implementation of the different B0-SURF elements; b) identify the difficulties faced in the implementation of B0-SURF elements; and c) recommend measures to expedite the implementation process and meet the agreed performance targets. --------------- RGS WG/4-WP/16 APPENDIX A APPENDIX A B0-SURF: Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) Description and purpose Basic A-SMGCS provides surveillance and alerting of movements of both aircraft and vehicles on the aerodrome thus improving runway/aerodrome safety.
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Score: 1340075.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...G4-WP16-%20Imp%20B0-A-SURF.pdf
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RGS WG/2-WP/15 30/04/2015 International Civil Aviation Organization Runway and Ground Safety Working Group Second Meeting (RGS WG/2) (Cairo, Egypt, 19 - 21 May 2015) Agenda Item 3: Coordination between RASG-MID and MIDANPIRG in the area of Aerodrome Safety ASBU MODULE B0-SURF (A-SMGCS LEVEL 1-2) (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an overview on B0-SURF which is a priority one ASBU module in the MID Air Navigation Strategy aiming at Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2). (...) Implementation and Monitoring 2.4 A-SMGCS Levels 1-2 related to B0-SURF are to be implemented by a number of agreed international airports as included in the MID Region Air Navigation Strategy. (...) This is required for Level 2 Implementation status of Alert is indicated by: Y – Yes, implemented N – No, not implemented 7 Action Plan: short description of the State’s Action Plan with regard to the implementation of A-SMGCS. 8 Remarks — additional information (e.g. case of difference between level 1 and level 2 applicability) RGS WG/2-WP/15 APPENDIX B B-2 TABLE B0-SURF Monitoring of A-SMGCS Elements Implementation State City/Aerodrome Location Indicator NCSS CSS DF Alert Action Plan Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BAHRAIN Bahrain/Bahrain (OBBI) EGYPT Cairo/Cairo Intl (HECA) IRAN, Tehran/Mehrabad (OIII) KUWAIT Kuwait/Kuwait Intl (OKBK) OMAN Muscat/Muscat Intl (OOMS) QATAR Doha/Doha Intl (OTBD) QATAR Doha/Hamad Intl (OTHH) SAUDI ARABIA JEDDAH/King Abdulaziz Intl (OEJN) SAUDI ARABIA RIYADH/King Khalid Intl (OERK) UAE Abu Dhabi/Abu Dhabi (OMAA) UAE Dubai/Dubai Intl (OMDB) UAE DUBAI/Al Maktoum (OMDW) - END - RGS WG2-WP15- ASBU SURF RGS WG2-WP15-AppA -B0-SURF Imp elements RGS WG2-WP15-AppB - B0 SURF monitoring
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Score: 1328872.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/RGS%20WG2/WP15.pdf
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MIDANPIRG/15-WP/17 15/05/2015 International Civil Aviation Organization Middle East Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Regional Group Fifteenth Meeting (MIDANPIRG/15) (Bahrain, 8 – 11 June 2015) Agenda Item 5.2.1: MID Region air navigation priorities and target (ASBU Implementation) IMPLEMENTATION OF A-SMGCS LEVEL 1-2 (B0-SURF) (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an overview on B0-SURF which is a priority one ASBU module in the MID Air Navigation Strategy aiming at Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2). (...) Implementation and Monitoring 2.4 The ANSIG/1 meeting agreed that A-SMGCS Levels 1-2 related to B0-SURF are to be implemented by a number of agreed international airports as included in the MID Region Air Navigation Strategy. (...) It is to be highlighted that some aerodromes in the Region are planning to implement A-SMGCS Level 3 and Level 4, although they are not part of B0-SURF (it’s part of B2-SURF elements). 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to review and update the status of implementation of the B0- SURF Module in the MID Region; and take action as appropriate. -------------------- MIDANPIRG/15-WP/17 APPENDIX A APPENDIX A A-SMGCS Implementation Elements B0-SURF: Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) Description and purpose Basic A-SMGCS provides surveillance and alerting of movements of both aircraft and vehicles on the aerodrome thus improving runway/aerodrome safety.
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Score: 1314742.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...5/Working%20Papers/WP%2017.pdf
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Traffic Computer Honeywell certified TCAS based SmartTraffic™ for use by Airbus for integration of Airborne Traffic AZA557 +10 AFR6512 +10 AZA557 +10 AFR6512 +10 g Situational Awareness (ATSAW) applications like In Trail Procedure in non-oceanic airspace. 1 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 FAA Surface Indicating & Alerting Program (SURF IA) • FAA Sponsored Program with Honeywell, Jet Blue & Alaska AirlinesFAA Sponsored Program with Honeywell, Jet Blue & Alaska Airlines • Sixteen Month Program (Nov 2008 - Mar 2010) to: - Accelerate RTCA SURF IA standards development by producing an Operational Performance Assessment and Operational Safety Assessment - Develop display concepts and indication and alerting algorithms  Honeywell human factors evaluation included JetBlue Airways and Alaska Airlines pilots - Prototype display, surveillance and alerting functionality - Demonstrate the system  Demonstrations at Seattle-Tacoma International airport (SEA) and Snohomish County Paine Field airport (PAE) Dec 2009 – Feb 2010  Preliminary evaluation of TIS-B compatibility and Effectiveness for SURF IA at SEAy y  Use Honeywell King Air and Sovereign test aircraft 2 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Honeywell Aircraft for SURF IA Demonstrations Eye- Tracker Eye- Tracker LCD Display LCD Display Ki Ai C90 LCD DisplayLCD DisplayTrackerTrackerDisplay Display King Air C90 LCD DisplayLCD Display Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Modified TPA- 100A Traffic ComputerComputer Computer Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Primus Epic Integrated Primus Epic IntegratedIntegrated Avionics Integrated Avionics Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording EPIC DisplaysEPIC Displays 3 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Cessna Sovereign Runway Occupied Alert Examples Caution Alert Warning Alert 4 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 ASSA versus FAROA ASSA FAROAASSA Airport Surface Situational Awareness FAROA Final Approach and Runway Occupancy Awareness 5 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Principal Findings Pilot Acceptance:• Pilot Acceptance: - Generally good Pilot Acceptance - Pilots found airport map and traffic display very useful for gaining and maintaining situational awarenessmaintaining situational awareness - Display of “Engaged Traffic” and “Target Velocity Vector” was very useful - Pilots prefer ASSA display, but found FAROA acceptable - No data to support a requirement for inhibiting indications and alerts during Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO) • System Performance Observations: O ll t f d ll ith b ti /li it ti- Overall system performed well with some observations/limitations: - Some concerns/limitations observed with ADS-B data:  Navigation Integrity Code (NIC) and Navigation Accuracy Code for Position (NACp) values reported by aircraft were often outside the limits set for SURF IA M ADS B i d i ft d t h H di tl t d- Many ADS-B equipped aircraft do not have Heading correctly reported (generally use Track angle, which is reported as zero when aircraft is stationary) - ADS-B transmissions were sometimes masked when line-of-sight was 6 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 g blocked - Occasionally observed loss of ADS-B signal reception, possibly due to multi-path reflections from hangars and/or large aircraft ADS-B In Trail Procedure Operational Evaluation • Honeywell has developed, integrated, and certified a complete ITP avionics capability STC’d on United Airlines 747-400s. • The system consists of our TPA-100B Traffic Computer with ADS-B In and ITP capability TRA 67A Transponders with ADS-B Out and a GoodrichITP capability, TRA 67A Transponders with ADS B Out, and a Goodrich Class 3 SmartDisplay® EFB running Honeywell SmartTraffic™ ITP display software. (...) Honeywell is modifying the following Mode S ADS-B OUT Avionics Equipage transitions to DO-260B Transponders to transmit DO-260B, US NPRM compliant ADS-B Out • MST 67A TRA-67A •Primus II Primus EPIC •Primus Apex AZA557 +10 AZA557 +10 Traffic Computer Honeywell is modifying the TPA 100B to dd SURF bilit 8 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 AFR6512 +10 AFR6512 +10 add SURF capability. (...) + lower transmit power + integral receiver + design analysis on going Mode A codes, Ident - Global standard is 1090ES - Not globally interoperable - Need for rebroadcast+ design analysis on-going Need for rebroadcast - Requires “timemark” from GPS Other ConsiderationsOther Considerations • Other commercial alternatives for broadcast weather • Avionics solutions for ADS-B In • Bandwidth for future aircraft densities• Bandwidth for future aircraft densities • Interoperability issues when operating away from ground station 9 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Choice Driven By Airspace & User Needs Honeywell ADS-B Capability Planning 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 20182008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 Horizon 1 ADS-B Out • Adding ADS B Out to production• Adding ADS-B Out to production transponders • Hybrid Surveillance • Military Station Keeping Horizon 2 Initial ADS-B In Applications • Smart Traffic • Enhanced Visual Separation on Approach • AIRB • In Trail Procedure • SURF Horizon 3 Advanced ADS-B In Applications • Flight Deck Interval Advanced Technology R&D 10 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Flight Deck Interval Management • SURF IA R&D Conclusion H ll i itt d t ti ADS B l b ll• Honeywell is committed to supporting ADS-B globally - Hundreds of ADS-B transponders delivered - More research & development underway H l i t d l th l b l t d d f ADS B- Helping to develop the global standards for ADS-B - Aircraft equipage decisions required for older aircraft Performance Based Req irements• Performance-Based Requirements - Exploit DO260 equipage for early applications - Align position performance and operational requirements • ADS-B is a relatively simple technology - Varying business cases for operators and ANSPs Pl t d li l t ll t k h ld th h t th t iti- Plans must deliver value to all stakeholders throughout the transition - This will accelerate aircraft user adoption and airspace benefits - ADS-B In system complexity still in work with Merging and CDTI implementations 11 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 implementations ADS-B is a Key Building Block for ATM Modernization
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Score: 1282558.8 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...T/Day01-09-Honeywell-Scott.pdf
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RGS WG/3-WP/15 18/09/2016 International Civil Aviation Organization Runway and Ground Safety Working Group Third Meeting (RGS WG/3) (Cairo, Egypt, 19-22 September 2016) Agenda Item 3: Implementation of Aerodrome Safety Priorities and Objectives in the MID Region SAFETY ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH ASBU MODULES B0-SURF & B0-ACDM (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an overview on B0-SURF which is a priority one ASBU module in the MID Air Navigation Strategy aiming at Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) and ASBU Module B0-ACDM. (...) RGS WG/3-WP/15 - 2 - 2. DISCUSSION B0-SURF (A-SMGCS) 2.1 The Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) is an expansion of the Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (SMGCS) to improve capacity and safety by making use of modern technologies and a higher level of integration between the various functionalities. 2.2 B0-SURF: Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) is a priority one ASBU module in the MID Air Navigation Strategy. It is to be highlighted that the following aerodromes have already implemented A-SMGCS Levels 1 & 2: OMDB, OMAA, OMDW, OTBD, OTHH, and HECA. 2.3 A-SMGCS Levels 1-2 related to B0-SURF are to be implemented by a number of agreed international airports as included in the MID Region Air Navigation Strategy.
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Score: 1273642.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...WP15-%20ASBU%20SURF%20ACDM.pdf
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CHANGE MANAGEMENT : UNDP 2001 : UPDATED PROPOSALS ARISING FROM CONSULTATIONS WITH THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
DP/1997/20 English Page 4 14. The SURF system is not another management level. It is a technical service to country offices. (...) SURFs will tap into United Nations system and non-governmental organization (NGO) expert networks and will not duplicate existing expertise. (...) While the two UNDP staff foreseen for each facility will be covered by the core budget, expert services through the SURFs will be demand-driven. SURFs that generate strong country office interest in their services will flourish.
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Score: 1266340.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=DP/1997/20&Lang=E
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Proposals or guidelines for improving the operation and performance of flight plan data processing system, and automatic exchange of ATS messages RPO 4 of NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Jenny Lee COCESNA Fernando Casso Dominican Republic Completed According with the AIDC TF activities Implementation of the errors regional plan of the flight plan RPO 4 of the NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Fernando Casso – Dominican Republic Completed According with the AIDC TF activities Implementation of the standardization of the rejects message of the flight plan for the Region RPO 4 of the NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Dan Evans/FAA December 2019 According with the AIDC TF activities AIDC/NAM/ICD/4 — WP/05 — A4 — Project Deliverables Relationship with the regional performance- Objectives (RPO) and ASBU B0 modules Responsible Party Status of Implementation Date of Delivery Comments Proposals and guidance on the use and benefits of additional/advanced automation support tools to increase aeronautical information sharing RPO 4 of the NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Dulce Roses/FAA Canceled New date for June 2018 is proposed due to lack of responses Monitor the implementation of ATM automation and surveillance data exchange – Progress Report RPO 4 of NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Fernando Casso – Dominican Republic Completed An AIDC implementation regional plan has been developed as part of the ATM automation. (...) RPO 4 of the NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO Jenny Lee COCESNA Fernando Casso Dominican Republic December 2018 Jenny Lee for Central America Fernando Casso for the Caribbean Guidelines for the operational implementation of ADS-B and data exchange RPO 4 and 6 of NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO-ACDM- FICE Carlos Jimenez – Cuba August 2019 CONOPS of ADS-B implementation under development. The ADS-B CONOPS initial draft is available Guidance on the use of AIDC to reduce coordination errors RPO 4 and 6 of NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO-ACDM- FICE Fernando Casso – Dominican Republic Completed Date adjusted to the AIDC TF AIDC/NAM/ICD/4 — WP/05 — A5 — Project Deliverables Relationship with the regional performance- Objectives (RPO) and ASBU B0 modules Responsible Party Status of Implementation Date of Delivery Comments Encourage States to share radar data RPO 4 and 6 del NAM/CAR RPBANIP/ RSEQ-SURF- ASUR-SNET- TBO-ACDM- FICE Carlos Jimenez – Cuba In progress Implemented According to the working program of the Surveillance Group of the NAM/CAR region.
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Score: 1251651.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../AIDC4/WP05-AIDC-NAM-IDC04.pdf
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EVALUATION OF UNDP CONTRIBUTION AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL TO DEVELOPMENT AND CORPORATE RESULTS : EXECUTIVE SUMARY
By July 2000, when the independent evaluation of the SURF system was conducted, there were nine SURFs operating in Addis Ababa, Bangkok, Islamabad, Beijing, Suva, Beirut, Bratislava, Harare and Port of Spain. 34. (...) From 2001, technical expertise in the SURFs was funded from the Global Cooperation Framework (GCF), managed by BDP and the SURFs no longer solely reported to the regional bureaux. BDP-funded policy specialists based in SURFs had dual reporting lines to the respective regional bureau and BDP.
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Score: 1248404.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=DP/2011/12&Lang=E
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 2.2-1 B0 SURF and ACDM- AR Adel Ramlawi Regional Officer, Aerodromes ICAP MID Regional Office ASBU Modules  B0‐SURF & B0‐ACDM Cairo, 24 November 2015 B0-SURF Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) Airport surface surveillance A‐SMGCS • The Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) is an expansion of the Surface Movement, Guidance and Control Systems (SMGCS). • It aims to improve capacity and safety by making use of modern technologies and a higher level of integration between the various functionalities Baseline • Surface operations historically have been managed by use of visual scanning by both ANSP personnel and flight crew • Enhanced surface situational awareness based upon use of an aerodrome surface movement primary radar system and display (SMR). (...) Benefits and Elements Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) • Benefits: Access, Capacity, Efficiency, Environment and Safety • Elements: – Visual aids, Wild life strike hazard reduction (Not included in the Module) – Multilateration, SSR Mode S, and ADS-B/transponder for both aircraft and vehicles – Alerting systems with flight identification information To be reflected in ANRF Implementation Challenges • Financial constraints, • Supporting systems in the airports, • Training and lack of qualified personnel MID Air Navigation Strategy • Identified B0-SURF and B0-ACDM modules as the priority 1 ASBU Block 0 to be implemented in the MID Region: Applicability in the MID Region  B0‐SURF: Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A‐SMGCS Level 1‐2) Elements  Applicability Performance Indicators/Supporting Metrics Targets A‐SMGCS Level 1* OBBI, HECA, OIII, OKBK,  OOMS, OTBD, OTHH,  OEDF, OEJN, OERK,  OMDB, OMAA, OMDW Indicator: % of applicable international aerodromes having implemented A‐SMGCS Level 1 Supporting Metric: Number of applicable international aerodromes having implemented A‐ SMGCS Level 1 70% by Dec. 2017 A‐SMGCS Level 2* OBBI, HECA, OIII, OKBK, OOMS, OTBD, OTHH, OEJN, OERK, OMDB, OMAA, OMDW Indicator: % of applicable international aerodromes having implemented A‐SMGCS Level 2 Supporting Metric: Number of applicable international aerodromes having implemented A‐ SMGCS Level 2 50% by Dec. 2017 B0‐SURF Implementation State City/ Aerodrome Location Indicator Level 1 Level 2 Action Plan Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 BAHRAIN Bahrain/Bahrain Intl (OBBI) N N A‐SMGCS Level 1‐2 Project is under Execution. Expected completion on Dec 2015 EGYPT Cairo/Cairo Intl (HECA) Y Y IRAN Tehran/Mehrabad Intl (OIII) N N KUWAIT Kuwait/Kuwait Intl (OKBK) N N OMAN Muscat/Muscat Intl (OOMS) N N QATAR Doha/Doha Intl (OTBD) Y Y QATAR Doha/Hamad Intl (OTHH) Y Y SAUDI ARABIA Jeddah/King Abdulaziz Intl (OEJN) N N Riyadh/King Khalid Intl (OERK) N N Dammam/King Fahad Intl (OEDF) N N UAE Abu Dhabi/Abu Dhabi Intl (OMAA) Y Y Level 4 2017 Dubai/Dubai Intl (OMDB) Y Y Level 4 2016 Dubai/Al Maktoum Intl (OMDW) Y N Level 4 2018 Percentage 46% 46% AFI Air Navigation System Implementation Plan  B0-SURF – Category: Optional – Priority 2 (Recommended Implementation by June 2018) – Applicability area: To be determined AFI Air Navigation System Implementation Plan  B0-SURF Ground – Indicator: Percentage of international aerodromes with SMR/ SSR Mode S/ ADS-B Multilateration for ground surface movement – Supporting metric: Number of international aerodrome with SMR/ SSR Mode S/ ADS-B Multilateration for ground surface movement Avionics – Indicator: Percentage of surveillance system on board (SSR transponder, ADS B capacity) – Supporting metric: Number of aircraft with surveillance system on board (SSR transponder, ADS B capacity) Vehicles – Indicator: Percentage of international aerodromes with a cooperative transponder systems on vehicles – Supporting metric: Number of vehicle with surveillance system installed ?
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Score: 1235890.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...1%20B0%20SURF%20and%20ACDM.pdf
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