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Legal contracts are Open source and standards can help eliminate some barriers good at cleaning up the mess ex post, when, inevitably, to wider deployment. things do not go according to plan [39]. (...) Many smart contracts Healthcare specific blockchain design patterns and need to interface with the outside world for information and performance benchmarks may eventually emerge through those external data sources are called oracles. Oracles can be the open source communities as the healthcare use cases humans though perhaps more typically some external entity evolve. (...) Another concern arises from open source and standards. [39] identified safe harbors when the contract is impacted by external events not foreseen and sandboxes as well as modularization or standardized terms in the contract terms (e.g. a bankruptcy stay that impacts a in smart contracts as legal initiatives to reduce risk in blockchain transaction, frustration or force majeure).
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Because the treaty may impact on the domestic tax law provisions applying to non-residents of the source state generally, the paper will begin with an overview of the administrative provisions typically used in connection with taxing non-residents. (...) Withholding rates could be set sufficiently high to create a real incentive to report and claim treaty benefits but not so as to cause cash flow problems or act as a disincentive to carrying on business in the source state. It is noted that claims of treaty residence are unlikely to be significant in the case of employment income, which, under a typical treaty, will be taxed wholly or largely in the source state. (...) These rules apply to residents of the source state but their application typically requires information about transactions with non-residents.
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Score: 1091246.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../20130530_Paper4A_Campbell.pdf
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But in the envisioned applications of BTTN away from the RF energy source. This is, of course, dif- ([21]), such as those for densely deployed IoT systems, ferent than a typical sensor/ad hoc networks, where the even a simple query might cause at least some mes- length of a link depends on the node itself and does not sage flooding among the tags, significantly affecting the change with the location of the node. (...) On the other hand, in the case of a tags, when the two tags are at different distances from zero-intelligence exciter or when an ambient RF source the RF source. (In general, this likelihood depends on is utilized, all the computations need to be performed the tags and the distribution of RF sources.) (...) Thus, movements of nodes (of the RF infectious contacts among individuals, as to alert them power sources) or changes in the RF propagation impair- of possible infection ([21]), the lists of contacts need to ments of the RF sources could significantly, and more be stored and maintained in the tags.
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HANDBOOK – Mitigation measures for telecommunication installations – Part 1: General Principles CONTENTS 1 Scope 2 References 2.1 Basic guidelines 2.2 EMI 2.3 Overvoltage and overcurrent 3 Abbreviations 4 EM environment around/in a telecom installation 5 Noise sources and typical malfunction phenomena 5.1 Noise sources 5.2 Typical malfunction phenomena 6 Identification of noise sources 6.1 Environmental conditions 6.2 Malfunction patterns and related issues 6.3 Visual inspection 6.4 Functional tests and electrical characterization 6.5 Decapsulation and internal visual inspection 6.6 Fault site location techniques 7 Mitigation measures 8 Remarks on mitigation measures 8.1 Emission and immunity improvement 8.2 Overvoltage and overcurrent 9 Methodology for measuring and evaluating EM-environment 9.1 Measuring tools 9.2 Measuring EMI noise 9.3 Finding EMI sources 10 Procedures for solving EMC problems in the field 10.1 Items to be checked before considering EMI 10.2 Checking compliance with the requirements 10.3 Measuring the EM environment 10.4 Evaluating the EM environment and clarifying EMI sources 10.5 Procedure Annex A – Examples of mitigation measures A.1 Applying mitigation measures to telephone A.2 Applying mitigation measures to FAX A.3 Applying mitigation measures to switching equipment A.4 Applying mitigation measures to ADSL modem Annex B – Ancillary telecom equipment and installation of additional telephones Annex C – Basic protection configuration
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Vending machines for drinks, automated teller machines (ATMs), etc. Source: (EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/CE, 2002) The European Directive states that from 2018 onward, all EEE should be grouped into six general categories, as described in Table 3. (...) External dimension up to 50 cm). 6. Small ICT: Typical devices include cell phones, global positioning systems (GPS), pocket calculators, routers, personal computers, printers and telephones. Source: (UNU, 2015) and (EU WEEE Directive, 2012/19/EU, 2012) Sustainable management of waste electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America 5     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19     20          
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Vending machines for drinks, automated teller machines (ATMs), etc. Source: (EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/CE, 2002) The European Directive states that from 2018 onward, all EEE should be grouped into six general categories, as described in Table 3. (...) External dimension up to 50 cm). 6. Small ICT: Typical devices include cell phones, global positioning systems (GPS), pocket calculators, routers, personal computers, printers and telephones. Source: (UNU, 2015) and (EU WEEE Directive, 2012/19/EU, 2012) Sustainable management of waste electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America 5     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19     20          
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