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In Annex 3.1.2 Definition of action flows D, the basics for design and definition of QoS and QoE A team, which conducts a test, typically consists of two metrics are described for readers which are not already persons, named P1 and P2. (...) A particular property of systematic service tests is a fre- quency of service usages which is significantly higher than the usage frequency created by a typical end user. 3 TEST SCENARIO UNDER CONSIDERATION A testing campaign, therefore, should contain systemat- ic tests to make sure that usage frequencies typical for In the following, the use case “Person-to-Person” (P2P) testing do not affect testing results with respect to the money transfer is described. (...) This first category is considered to be uncritical as such guard times are A Party and Formal roles for transfer, e.g. A (active role) typically in the range of 10 to 30 seconds. Depending B Party transfers money to B (passive role). on the respective implementation, a second category of SPx and FPx Designation of device types used for a effects may, however, exist which concerns longer peri- transfer, Smartphone x, Feature phone x. ods of time.
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Like most IT software, today’s Operational Technology (OT) software is often composed of externally-developed packages and subcomponents, typically from a variety of open source and proprietary sources. (...) Finally, when OT suppliers issue vulnerability notices, they are typically in the form of human- legible reports that are not machine-readable and do not adhere to any industry standards. The size of the typical OT system and the complexity of software makes it extremely difficult for a security analyst to manually aggregate vulnerability information, identify the affected subcomponents, and assess the impact to the typical OT system.
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 Page 45 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Technology, innovation and competition           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 45 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Technology, innovation and competition P. 45 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Technology, Innovation and Competition The implications of this goal; the embodiment of a legal identity as a digital identity; and the implications for DFA and financial inclusion, are the subjects of this paper. 1.3 Legal identity, digital identity, and DFS Across the industrialised world, the issuance of birth certificates and the registration of deaths are generally well-established, formal processes. These typically follow a similar pattern, in which attending midwives or other medical staff issue a ‘birth notification’ document to the mother (and typically also notify the registration authorities, together with any information about the mother that they hold). (...) It is in response to these issues, and perhaps in some cases with fulfilment of the commitment to the SDGs in mind, that many countries without comprehensive registrars of their citizens are seeking to create formal national identity programs. These programs typically involve a number of steps to register citizens, including at a minimum: • formal identification of the citizen, through a range of country-specific means; • the creation and issuance of an electronic or digital identity, held in a central database or on an identity card held by the citizen. (...) Independently of state-issued digital identities, there is a need to identify and authenticate customers for access to DFS. This is typically achieved through the creation of a digital identity, but in order to satisfy national financial regulations and international know your customer (KYC) obligations, it is necessary to undertake a 2 http:// blogs. lse. ac. uk/ humanrights/ 2015/ 05/ 28/ questions- of- legal- identity- in- the- post- 2015- development- agenda/ 31     40     41     42     43     44     45     46     47     48     49     50          
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Each event is associated with a time stamp. Therefore, Typically in case of success, the elapsed time (dura- an event has two basic properties: Its presence (i.e. if a tion of the transaction) can also be computed; Depend- particular event is present within a given transaction), ing on the nature and structure of a transaction, such and, if it is present, its time stamp. computations may be complex and involve a multitude ■  NOTE: Events are understood to be logical events, of events. which are assumed to be unique by definition. These A transaction can consist of several phases. Typical- ly, a transaction has a layered or hierarchical structure, logical events are set by actual technical input, such as occurrence of particular protocol messages or with a single-phase description at the top representing data items at some point of observation. (...) For actual KPI definition, respective Ex are re- typically user-visible. placed by their trigger point ID’s (see also Event Codes). 32 • Methodology for measurement of Quality of Service (QoS) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Digital Financial Services     29     30     31     32     33     34     35     36     37     38     39          
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We expect that with additional performance improvement techniques, such as optical pre-amplification, the link loss budget can be further increased. a) b) Figure 9-21 – a) The mean EVM of the aggregated LTE signals as a function of optical path loss and received optical power for L = 0 km and L = 5 km; and b) a typical recovered 64-QAM constellation of one of the 48 LTE signals after 5 km SSMF transmission with PRX = −6 dBm 9.2.4 Multiple uplink signals transmission Figure 9-22 shows the typical experimental set-up to investigate the transmission performances of typical LTE uplink signals in a normal MIMO antenna configuration.
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Test substance Information to be provided for: technical grade active ingredient (TGAI)   Typical information to be provided by the applicant IIA 1.11.1 / IIP 1.11.1:  Analytical profile of batches. (...) The analytical results reported should include quantitative data, in terms of g/kg content, for all components present in quantities of more than 1 g/kg and typically should account for at least 98 % of the material analysed. (...) Data reported should include the results of the analysis of individual samples and a summary of that data, to show the minimum or maximum and typical content of each relevant component, as appropriate.
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Test substance Information to be provided for: technical grade active ingredient (TGAI)   Typical information to be provided by the applicant IIA 1.11.1 / IIP 1.11.1:  Analytical profile of batches. (...) The analytical results reported should include quantitative data, in terms of g/kg content, for all components present in quantities of more than 1 g/kg and typically should account for at least 98 % of the material analysed. (...) Data reported should include the results of the analysis of individual samples and a summary of that data, to show the minimum or maximum and typical content of each relevant component, as appropriate.
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WTO | Disputes - Dispute Settlement CBT - The process - Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case - Flow chart of the Dispute Settlement Process - Page 1 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics disputes dispute settlement system training module flow chart of the dispute settlement process DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM TRAINING MODULE: CHAPTER 6 The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case This chapter explains all the various stages through which a dispute can pass in the (WTO) dispute settlement system. (...) Navigate within this module Preface Introduction to the WTO dispute settlement system Historic development of the WTO dispute settlement system WTO Bodies involved in the dispute settlement process Legal basis for a dispute Possible object of a complaint — Jurisdiction of Panels and the Appellate Body The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Legal effect of panel and appellate body reports and DSB recommendations and rulings Dispute Settlement without recourse to Panels and the Appellate Body Participation in dispute settlement proceedings Legal issues arising in WTO dispute settlement proceedings Developing countries in WTO dispute settlement Evaluation of the WTO dispute settlement system: results to date Further information Annexes Table of Contents Help           Disclaimer This interactive training module is based on the “Handbook on the WTO Dispute Settlement System” published in 2004.
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In this case, a single physical machine will typically be implemented as a server blade that fits into a specially built rack. The rack will typically also include storage, management and networking equipment, which might or might not be implemented using similar blades. (...) Figure In this type of deployment, physical machines are constructed for deployment in locations where physical access is very tightly constrained. These will typically be inside some form of self-contained "capsule" rather than a normal building.
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While the steps in establishing an integration program will depend on the particular characteristics of the resettlement country concerned, those typically involved are outlined below. Planning steps Considerations ✓ Securing the formal commitment of government to refugee resettlement through legislation or other relevant instrument. This is important since this instrument will form the basis for engaging the co-operation of the range of government ministries typically involved in integration. It demonstrates a resettlement country’s commitment to resettlement. ✓ Establishing a formal arrangement with the UNHCR as an implementing partner. (...) This ministry usually plays a primary role in overall planning, implementation, funding, coordination and monitoring. ✓ Identifying other relevant government ministries. Typically this includes those ministries responsible for migration matters (e.g. visa, citizenship), health, housing, education and employment. ✓ Identifying staff with delegated authority for resettlement within relevant government ministries.
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