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Replacement of: launchPad-LaunchScriptMapping RELATIONSHIP MAPPING RELATIONSHIP CLASS scriptReferenceRelationshipClass; BEHAVIOUR launchPad-launchScriptMappingBehaviour; ROLE scriptUserRole RELATED CLASSES launchPad REPRESENTED BY ATTRIBUTE scriptList ROLE scriptRole RELATED CLASSES launchScript; OPERATIONS MAPPING ESTABLISH MAPS-TO-OPERATION CREATE launchPad OF scriptUserRole -- using SET-BY-CREATE of scriptList -- REPLACE scriptList of scriptUserRole -- which effectively adds a scriptId to scriptList -- ADD scriptList of scriptUserRole, TERMINATE MAPS-TO-OPERATION DELETE launchPad OF scriptUserRole REPLACE scriptList OF scriptUserRole -- which effectively removes a scriptId from scriptList -- REMOVE scriptList OF scriptUserRole, QUERY MAPS-TO-OPERATION GET scriptList OF scriptUserRole; REGISTERED AS {CSModule.cmdSeqRelationshipMappings 2}; with: launchPad-LaunchScriptMapping RELATIONSHIP MAPPING RELATIONSHIP CLASS scriptReferenceRelationshipClass; BEHAVIOUR launchPad-launchScriptMappingBehaviour; ROLE scriptUserRole RELATED CLASSES launchPad REPRESENTED BY ATTRIBUTE availableScriptList ROLE scriptRole RELATED CLASSES launchScript; OPERATIONS MAPPING ESTABLISH MAPS-TO-OPERATION CREATE launchPad OF scriptUserRole -- using SET-BY-CREATE of availableScriptList -- REPLACE availableScriptList of scriptUserRole -- which effectively adds a scriptId to availableScriptList -- ADD availableScriptList of scriptUserRole, TERMINATE MAPS-TO-OPERATION DELETE launchPad OF scriptUserRole REPLACE availableScriptList OF scriptUserRole -- which effectively removes a scriptId from availableScriptList -- REMOVE availableScriptList OF scriptUserRole, QUERY MAPS-TO-OPERATION GET availableScriptList OF scriptUserRole; REGISTERED AS {CSModule.cmdSeqRelationshipMappings 2}; 2. Replacement of: thread-launchScriptMapping RELATIONSHIP MAPPING RELATIONSHIP CLASS scriptReferenceRelationshipClass; BEHAVIOUR thread-launchScriptRelationshipMappingBehaviour; ROLE scriptUserRole RELATED CLASSES thread REPRESENTED BY ATTRIBUTE scriptId QUALIFIED BY ScriptList ROLE scriptRole RELATED CLASSES launchScript; OPERATIONS MAPPING ESTABLISH MAPS-TO-OPERATION CREATE OF scriptUserRole, TERMINATE MAPS-TO-OPERATION DELETE OF scriptUserRole, QUERY MAPS-TO-OPERATION GET scriptId OF scriptUserRole; REGISTERED AS {CSModule.cmdSeqRelationshipMappings 3}; with: thread-launchScriptMapping RELATIONSHIP MAPPING RELATIONSHIP CLASS scriptReferenceRelationshipClass; BEHAVIOUR thread-launchScriptRelationshipMappingBehaviour; ROLE scriptUserRole RELATED CLASSES thread REPRESENTED BY ATTRIBUTE scriptId QUALIFIED BY availableScriptList ROLE scriptRole RELATED CLASSES launchScript; OPERATIONS MAPPING ESTABLISH MAPS-TO-OPERATION CREATE OF scriptUserRole, TERMINATE MAPS-TO-OPERATION DELETE OF scriptUserRole, QUERY MAPS-TO-OPERATION GET scriptId OF scriptUserRole; REGISTERED AS {CSModule.cmdSeqRelationshipMappings 3}; 3.
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Score: 1076968.75 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/x/x753/1997/changes.gdm.html
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The 6th Edition GANP introduces a number of changes such as the introduction of the Basic Building Block (BBB) Framework, revised Threads; replacement of Performance Improvement Areas with 3 new groups; new, amended and re-structured modules. 2.2 The BBB framework describes the basis of any robust air navigation system. (...) All the threads and associated modules have now been structured underneath these 3 groups, replacing the previously defined Performance Improvement Areas (PIAs) of Airport Operations, Globally Interoperable Systems and Data, Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights and Efficient Flight Paths. 2.5 In terms of the GANP 5th Edition Threads, ASEP, CCO, CDO and RPAS has been discontinued, however the GANP 6th Edition contains five newly created Treads of COMI, COMS, CSEP, GADS and NAVS and with DATM amended to DAIM. 2.6 Based on the above, a review and revision will be required by States of their National ASBU plans, aligned to APIRG:22 Conclusion 30, to ensure alignment with the revised GANP and based on the Basic Building Block (BBB) Framework, revised Threads; replacement of Performance Improvement Areas with 3 new groups; new, amended and re-structured modules. (...) That; That AAO and IIM PTCs review current project references to ASBU Threads as contained in the 5th Edition GANP and align to the 6th Edition GANP Groups, Threads and Modules by 31 December 2021.
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Score: 1062552.05 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20Edition%20South%20Africa.pdf
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TARIFFS AND TRADE 27 September 1952 Limited Distribution Original: French SPECIAL IMPORT TAXES INSTITUTED BY THE GREEK G0VERNMENT Note by the French Government The Greek Ministry of Finance, by its circuler or 10 November 1951, taken in pursuance of the Legislative Decree of 20 April 1351, has insti- tuted a special tax on certain imported articles, a list of which is attached, and by a decision dated 27 November 1951 has established a 100% ad valorem tax on certain cotton threads, The French Government considers that such taxes, which in practice constitute customs surtaxes, are contrary to the provisions of Article III of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, The French Government therefore requests that the Greek Government be invited to eliminate such taxes. (...) Item Number value to be levied 14 a 2 Flower bulbs 120 46 c 3 Plywood 0 83 Pen-knives end similar knives 100 88 d Lamps and lamps-ware, of silver, gilt C2 not 100 88 e Chandeliers and suspension lamps 120 88 h Lamp shades 50 119 imitation Jewellery 60 124 Finished aluminium stoppers for bottles 0 134 b,c,e,f Instruments and apparatus for electricity 0 134 d Radiophones 100 136 Only sun-glasses l00 138 b Alarm clocks 100 138 f Clock fittings 80 139 Ceramic ware 0 143 c Household articles of faience 70 144 Porcelain. articles 120 154.-155 Articles for decoration 120 164, not including d Perfumes 100 164 1 Tooth powders, pastes, etc, 0 165 Perfumery 100 185 a 1 Lithographs 0 196 c Elastic ribbons 120 201-202 Oilcloth 50 219 Thread of rayon staple fibre 100 220 Thread intended for embroilary in any form of packing 100 221-222 Cotton fabrics whether or not printed (not subject to the luxury tax) 50 221-222 Fabrics of cotton or rayon staple fibres whether or not printed subject to luxury tax 100 223 Fabrics consisting of dyed thread (subject to luxury tax) 100 223 Fabrics consisting of dyed thread.(not subject to luxury tax) 70 224 Tulle, etc., all of cotton 120 226 Velvet of cotton 120 227 Braces, etc. of cotton 30 228 Embroidery, etc, of cotton 120 244 a Only worm gut intended for fishing 0 245-246 Silk fabrics 30 255 Fabrics and articles of metal threads 100 L/26 Page 3 Greek Tariff Percentage of c.i.f.GreekNumber Description of products value to be levied&item number Valueto be levied 257 288 a,b 293 a 293 e 293 not including a and e Toys in general Fountain pens, pencil holdrensand accessories therefor Artiolos of celluloid., etc.
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Score: 1061449.2 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070833.pdf
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General Outline An H.323 node announces its support of video redundancy encoding along with a set of parameters during the capability exchange; this primarily includes the number of video threads and the thread length. If a video stream using video redundancy encoding is opened, each individual thread may but need not be carried in a separate logical channel: · All threads may be carried within a single RTP session using a single destination transport address. In this case, only a single logical channel is opened that is used to carry all threads. This approach should be followed, if no distinct QoS can be achieved for different threads. · Single threads or groups of threads may be associated with different RTP sessions which implies the use of different logical channels.
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Score: 1056832.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9706_Her/APC-1238.ww6
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Microsoft Word - Analysis of the Replies to the Questionnaire on ASBU Threads-Elements-(clean)-Final-18Jan21.docx Replies to the Questionnaire on Priority 1 ASBU Threads/Elements (Block 0 & 1) Number of States that replied to the Questionnaire: 10 out of 15 THREAD: DAIM Element States’ replies (Status/Plan) Applicability Area Target and Timeline Remarks B1/1: Provision of quality-assured aeronautical data and information - 2 States (Bahrain, UAE) fully implemented. - 7 States (Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Sudan) partially implemented. (...) All States 60 % Dec 2021 No change to the applicability area, target and timeline THREAD: AMET B0/1: Meteorological observations products - 5 States fully implemented (Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and UAE). - 2 States (Egypt and Iran) partially implemented (planned dates for full implementation Dec 2021) - Qatar and Sudan did not provide information for B0/1. - Yemen did not implement yet. (...) All States 85 % Dec 2021  No change to the applicability area, target and timeline THREAD: APTA B0/1: PBN Approaches (with basic capabilities) - 6 States fully implemented (Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE) - Egypt and Iran partially implemented (planned dates for full implementation between December 2021 and December 2022) - Sudan did not provide information for B0/1. - Yemen did not implement yet.
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Score: 1056413.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...the%20ASBU%20Questionnaire.pdf
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"; suspendResumeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "Execution of a script by a thread may be suspended by a suspend action directed at the thread or launch pad and subsequently resumed by a resume action. (...) If execution of the script causes the creation of contained threads, this thread is not considered complete until all contained threads are complete (...) This relationship class describes the relationship between a thread and launch script. The launch script is referenced by the thread by means of the scriptId attribute from the scriptIds in the scriptList. !
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Score: 1056222.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fl/itu-t/x/x753/1997/x753.html
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"; suspendResumeBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "Execution of a script by a thread may be suspended by a suspend action directed at the thread or launch pad and subsequently resumed by a resume action. (...) If execution of the script causes the creation of contained threads, this thread is not considered complete until all contained threads are complete (...) This relationship class describes the relationship between a thread and launch script. The launch script is referenced by the thread by means of the scriptId attribute from the scriptIds in the scriptList. !
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Score: 1056222.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../fl/itu-t/x/x753/1997/x753.gdm
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Microsoft Word - MID ASBU Webinar Draft Program-MS-11Oct20 International Civil Aviation Organization MID ASBU Webinar (13 - 15 October 2020, 8:00 to 10:00 UTC) Work Programme Day 1: 13 October 2020 Time (UTC) Activity Speaker/Moderator/Panelist 08.00-08.15 ‐ Opening Remarks ICAO ACAO 08.15-09.40 ‐ Global Air Navigation Plan 6th Edition  Multilayer Structure  Performance Framework  Basic Building Block (BBB) Framework  Aviation System Block Upgrades Framework ‐ Regional and National Air Navigation planning ICAO HQ (Olga De Frutos) 09.40-10.00 Q&A Session Day 2: 14 October 2020 08.00-08.20 ‐ ASBU Technology Threads:  NAVS, ASUR, COMS & COMI ‐ Q&A RO CNS 08.20-08.40 ‐ ASBU Information Threads:  DAIM, FICE, AMET & SWIM ‐ Q&A RO IM 08.40-09.20 ‐ ASBU Operational Threads:  APTA, FRTO, NOPS, ACAS & SNET  SURF, ACDM ‐ Q&A ROs ATM RO AGA 09.20-10.00 ‐ GANP 6th Edition-KPIs:  Brainstorming on the appropriate KPIs for the MID Region ‐ Q&A Olga/ICAO MID ROs Day 3: 15 October 2020 09.00-09.45 ‐ Revised MID Region Air Navigation Strategy  ASBU threads/elements/applicability areas/ indicators and targets,  Initial list of MID Air Navigation KPIs RO CNS ROs ATM 09.45-10.00 ‐ Wrap-up/Closing ICAO - End -
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Score: 1054381.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0Webinar%20Draft%20Program.pdf
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By convention, thread 0 is expected to be the "canonical" thread, which is the thread from which the sync frame should ideally be used. (...) The sync picture can then be used for the prediction of any thread. If packet losses have not occurred, then the sync frame contents of thread 0 can be used and those of other threads can be discarded (and similarly for other threads). Thread 0 is considered the "canonical" thread, the use of which is preferable to all others.
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Score: 1052801.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9801_Gen/H263pRTP.txt
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By convention, thread 0 is expected to be the "canonical" thread, which is the thread from which the sync frame should ideally be used. (...) The sync picture can then be used for the prediction of any thread. If packet losses have not occurred, then the sync frame contents of thread 0 can be used and those of other threads can be discarded (and similarly for other threads). Thread 0 is considered the "canonical" thread, the use of which is preferable to all others.
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Score: 1052801.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9804_Tam/q15d20.doc
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