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Proactive engagement with the Semantic Web was proposed to ensure that the requirements and standards of official statistics are not forgotten. (...) The goal to provide metadata for data discovery, closely linked to the data themselves, is not new and a key theme of work in METIS work sessions over many years The Semantic Web does not, however, seem to offer any benefits in terms of data understanding and decision making. 9. (...) (d) The increase in interest in the “semantic web” raises questions of interoperability, harmonization of data, and effective use of web services.
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Score: 745441.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2010/41&Lang=E
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REORIENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Central to the strong efforts to both deepen and broaden direct links with news media worldwide, as well as with other key public opinion makers, the Department has established a daily news service on the United Nations web site. (...) The Library’s web site was accessed 1.5 million times in 1999. (...) The Library’s Intranet site has been redesigned and now includes a direct link to UNBISNET. With this new service, the Library’s major databases, previously available internally within the Integrated Library Management System and externally, through the mainframe, are now installed on a Web platform.
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Score: 745308.54 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/AC.198/2000/2&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE HIGH-LEVEL BRAINSTORMING WORKSHOP FOR MULTILATERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS ON MAINSTREAMING ENVIRONMENT BEYOND MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL 7
In that connection, one of the major challenges was to build strong links between multilateral environmental agreements and the Millennium Development Goals. (...) He emphasized that environmental issues influenced all Millennium Development Goals and vice versa. He suggested linking environment and development through the application of “sustainomics”, a framework for making development more sustainable, and the use of the action impact matrix method, which identified and prioritized links between environmental vulnerabilities and development goals. 33. (...) He drew attention to adaptation to climate change as an area where the links were clear, and where environment could be mainstreamed into development.
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Score: 744860.64 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...EP(DEC)/MEA-MDG/WKS.1/1&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE 2ND MEETING : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROTECTION AND USE OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERCOURSES AND INTERNATIONAL LAKES, WORKING GROUP ON MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
At least four main future tasks were singled out: (a) drafting of “integrated” guidelines that are broader than the existing ones and that properly address water, general environment and human health aspects; (b) drawing up of technical supporting documentation and its links to the interactive web sites under IWAC’s web page; (c) recommended step-wise approaches for establishing and running of monitoring programmes in low-budget situations; (d) harmonization of monitoring and assessment activities under the Convention and the EC Water Framework Directive. 34. (...) It invited participants to submit to IWAC the addresses of web sites, operated by national authorities, on which information on transboundary monitoring activities are available so that proper links can be established when further developing IWAC’s web site. (...) Furthermore, the Working Group: (a) Took note of the outcome of the first meeting of the International Core Group that acts as IWAC’s Steering Committee (Lelystad, 7-9 June 2001), including (i) the established network of European institutions and organizations that make up the International Water Assessment Centre; (ii) the proposal regarding IWAC’s role in the overall implementation of the Convention’s work plan and assistance to the secretariat to contribute to the implementation of global programmes that are linked to water management in a transboundary context; (iii) the evaluation of workshops organized under IWAC’s auspices in 2001; (b) Invited its members to submit - for consideration at IWAC’s second Steering Committee meeting (Bratislava, 29-30 November 2001) – proposals for IWAC activities in 2002 and suggestions for the period 2003-2006 (i.e. between the third and fourth meetings of the Parties), including possible topics for workshops; (c) Invited its members to consider taking up the functions as discussion-forum manager for thematic web sites; (d) Invited its members to assist IWAC in the preparation of project documentation to apply for financial assistance by donor organizations and programmes.
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Score: 744793.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=MP.WAT/WG.2/2001/3&Lang=E
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ENVIRONMENT FOR EUROPE COMMUNICATION PLAN / PREPARED BY A CONSULTANT WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE SECRETARIAT
Both governmental and NGO partners can assist in ways that require minimal resources but can have great impact: (a) They help ensure broad coverage by providing UNECE with recommended contacts for media and web distribution; and (b) They increase awareness of communications through web site links and references in publications. (...) Note the importance of this in terms of resources: a UNECE country, intergovernmental organization or NGO can be asked on an ad hoc basis to provide a single bit of content relevant to its specific situation or interest (an interview, existing article, web site link, schedule of meetings, etc.). This will add depth and usefulness to the site and allow the UNECE secretariat to coordinate rather than create extensive content; (b) An area that highlights a timeline, going back to the origins of the process and looking forward to future plans, allowing visitors to select a point in time, including the present, and learn the status of the “Environment for Europe” process; (c) An interactive area consisting of surveys or polls, online forums, question-and- answer areas, search for information by country or topic, etc. (...) The current concept is to distribute tasks as follows: (a) Add only a single individual, perhaps part-time, supported by a small volunteer group, to coordinate official communications; (b) Leverage the intellectual capital and support of the communications partners for content such as editorial pieces or interviews; (c) Outsource the development of an “Environment for Europe” web site and the automation of interactive content; (d) To minimize demands on the UNECE secretariat and partners, and to promote timely delivery of information, implementation should rely on automation of the communication process wherever possible, for example posting periodic updates or surveys on the “Environment for Europe” web site and automatically forwarding links and actual content to other appropriate sites.
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Score: 744294.14 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=CEP/2004/7&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SEVENTH SESSION OF THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES - ADDENDUM - UPDATED RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE MORE EFFECTIVE USE OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION TOOLS
Application programming interfaces can have different levels of complexity and can mean a simple link to a database to retrieve specific data sets, a web interface, or more complex set-ups; (e) “Artificial intelligence”, which refers to systems that display intelligent behaviour by analysing their environment and taking actions – with some degree of autonomy – to achieve specific goals; (f) “Augmented reality”, which refers to an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by computer- generated perceptual information, sometimes across multiple sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory and olfactory; (g) “Blockchain”, which refers to a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. (...) It includes the technical, semantic and legal dimensions; (hh) “Linked data”, which refers to a method of publishing structured data using standardized vocabularies that can be connected together and read automatically by machines with the support of standard web technologies; (ii) “Machine learning”, which means the scientific study of algorithms and statistical models that computer systems use to perform a specific task without using explicit instructions, relying on patterns and inference instead. (...) In technical terms, reuse can be supported by data management principles (see sections II and III below); (yy) “Search engine advertising” (SEA), which means advertising through search engines; (zz) “Search engine optimization” (SEO), which means the process of maximizing the number of users of a particular website by ensuring that the website appears high on the list of results returned by a search engine; (aaa) “Semantic web”, which is a mesh of information linked up in such a way as to be easily processable by machines, on a global scale; (bbb) “Social media optimization” (SMO), which means the use of social media networks to manage and maximize the number of users and the online presence; (ccc) “Standard licence”, which means a set of predefined reuse conditions in a digital format, preferably compatible with standardized public licences available online; (ddd) “Text mining”, which means the discovery by machine of new, previously unknown information, by automatically extracting information from different written resources; (eee) “User feedback”, which refers to a data quality component that includes information about the data directly provided by users based on their experiences using the 1 Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters, art. 5 (9).
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Score: 744051.03 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/MP.PP/2021/2/ADD.2&Lang=E
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THE ALTINN PORTAL : A COMMON PORTAL FOR REPORTING DATA FROM PRIVATE INDUSTRY TO GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS : CONTRIBUTED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS NORWAY
Alternative 1. A Web Service with WS-Security. Forms are transmitted to ALTINN Integration via one of two optional ways: In the Web Service a module is called to receive data in batch mode. (...) This error list will contain links, which takes the user back to the page where the error is located. (...) The validation page for the form will also contain information about sub forms that are not validated. There will be links for opening each of the invalid sub forms as well as a link for validating all the sub forms at once.
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Score: 743865.23 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.71/2004/8&Lang=E
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FCCC/2013/II/OD/10
Please use the links to the corresponding web pages below. (...) Key information resources are listed below, including direct links to relevant secretariat web pages: Conference programme  Sessions overview schedule of key events during the sessions  Daily schedule of meetings and special announcements on the conference CCTV screens and at unfccc.int Information on the progress of negotiations and elections  Daily status reports on the consideration of agenda items under all bodies, (available through links in the Daily Programme and on the web pages of the COP, CMP, SBI, SBSTA and ADP)  Live and on-demand webcast of plenary meetings and other events available at unfccc.int (go to “Virtual Participation”)  Negotiation updates on developments during the high-level segment of the sessions, in particular in relation to ministerial consultations, Presidency informal stock-taking meetings and other significant developments in negotiations (go to “Negotiation Updates”)  Information on the election and membership of the bodies of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol Information on document services Other events, including side events, exhibits and workshops  Ministerial dialogues, high-level events and high-level panels  Side events, exhibits and workshops Other information channels  The Navigator App for iPhone and iPad users including information on logistics, documents, agendas and meeting information;  The secretariat Facebook and Flickr pages, as well as YouTube and Twitter channels (@UN_ClimateTalks, and @CFigueres. (...) The UN Security/Lost and Found Office, located on Level -1/Zone A7 of the National Stadium, is responsible for lost and found items. Web Coverage and daily reports of the COP 19 meetings The following organizations kindly provide daily web coverage, daily reports and a summary and analysis of the COP 19 meetings on their webpages: - ECO (by CAN).
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Score: 743778.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/2013/II/OD/10&Lang=E
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THE PC-AXIS SOFTWARE FAMILY : A CONSORTIUM FOR OUTPUT DATABASES : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS SWEDEN
PC-Axis is a Windows program that can be linked to a web browser as a helper application. (...) PX-Map is also available in a Web version called PX-iMap. (...) In addition to this are all the NSIs using PX-Web for dissemination of statistics on the Web.
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Score: 743579.93 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2004/16&Lang=E
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MANAGEMENT AND MODERNIZATION OF STATISTICAL SYSTEMS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The background document under the agenda item provides links to the 16 final chapters of the Handbook, as endorsed by the advisory group. (...) E/CN.3/2021/13 5/7 20-17105 capacity (linked to strategic areas 5 and 6 of the Cape Town Global Action Plan and chapters XII, XV and XVI). 13. (...) The migration of the Handbook from its present wiki platform to a user-friendly web solution is expected to occur in summer 2021.
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Score: 743429.83 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.3/2021/13&Lang=E
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