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This report, published by the Boston Consulting Group in collaboration with expert advisers and key opinion leaders, assesses how European countries are progressing towards the elimination goal, recognizing policy barriers along with recommended priority policy actions that countries can take to achieve the elimination goal. It also reviews key population groups affected by HCV and shares effective, validated models of care built around the needs of these groups. The aim is to support policymakers identify international models of best practices to support elimination efforts in their own countries.
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Gilead is committed to achieving the World Health Organization's targets of Hepatitis C elimination by 2030. This factsheet details the global status of progress towards elimination, including outlining some of the inequalities in HCV care and the steps Gilead is taking to reach the goal of HCV elimination by 2030.Read the factsheet here.
We are committed to working together with researchers, non-governmental organizations, governments and the communities affected by the disease, in pursuit of elimination of HCV. These partnerships are helping to develop successful elimination models that can be scaled up and applied elsewhere. Take a look at some of the HCV elimination programs happening across the world.
Malaria is a global disease, yet knowledge of it outside sub-Saharan Africa remains limited. As the Asia Pacific makes great strides toward eliminating malaria, its success stories are not always heard within the region, let alone among global audiences. The Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN) aims to fill this gap through regional political and technical collaboration, harnessing the collective experiences of 13 malaria-eliminating countries (see Figure1) and stakeholders to form a regional initiative to foster information exchange, evidence generation and advocacy for malaria elimination.
To further build capacity, APMEN collaboratively designs and implements training programmes with partners, including the World Health Organization (WHO). In 2012, these focused on the use of geographic information systems for targeting resources and developing community engagement strategies for malaria elimination. Each year, APMEN provides funding for five short-term training opportunities through its Fellowship programme, allowing Fellows to learn technical skills from a partner country or institution which then can be shared with their home malaria programmes. For example, in 2010 a Fellow from Bhutan Vector-borne Disease Control Programme was hosted by the Indonesia National Malaria Control Programme to help improve strategies for community engagement.
Multi-agent Systems (MAS) often needs to pursue a common goal and in order to achieve that they need to make an effective formation. An approach for coalition formation of multi-agent pursuit based on neural network (NN) and agent group role membership function (AGRMF) model is proposed and thus making a novel algorithm called ARGMF-NN. This new algorithm consists of two parts i.e. feature extraction and group generation. First, the layers of feature extraction can abstract the AGRMF feature for all of the groups. Secondly, those features will be fed to the group generation part based on self-organizing map (SOM) layer which is used to group the pursuers with similar features. Besides, we also come up with the group attractiveness function(GAF) which is used to evaluate the quality of coalitions and the pursuers contribution. It helps in adjusting the main ability indicators of AGRMF and other weights of the whole neural network. The simulation experiment showed that this proposal can improve the effectiveness of coalition formation for multi-agent pursuit and also the ability to adopt pursuit-evasion problem with the scale of growing pursuer team.
The Prospectus is intended as a road map for those working on the front lines of malaria control and elimination and reviews the operational, technical and financial decisions that should be considered for an elimination program. The Guide is a policy digest of the Prospectus, intended for leaders and policy makers.
The Malaria Elimination Group, convened by the UCSF Global Health Group, provides intellectual and practical guidance to countries along the natural global margins of the disease that have chosen to pursue elimination. Malaria elimination means stopping the transmission of the disease within a particular country or geographic area.
The Malaria Elimination Group (MEG) is composed of 45 international experts from 17 countries, convened by the UCSF Global Health Group to elaborate the scientific, technical, operational, economic, and programmatic issues that countries need to consider when pursuing or embarking on malaria elimination. For more information, please visit www.malariaeliminationgroup.org.
The Brown v. Board decision didn't stem from a single case. The challenge to racial segregation in public schools arose several times from communities all across the country. Five of those communities, along with the NAACP, bravely sought the elimination of segregation in the United States in pursuit of true equality.They shared a common goal, and were bundled together by the Supreme Court. These cases led to a single ruling on a national issue that would transform American society forever.
In the team pursuit, two teams of four riders start on opposite sides of the track, racing against each other to be the first to complete 4km. Riders follow each other in close formation, each taking turns on the front. When the lead rider has completed their turn they peel off the front, swing up the track and then rejoin the team at the rear.
To make the team pursuit more compact, two teams now ride simultaneously on the track in the qualifying heats. The winners of the heats involving the top four qualifiers go through to the gold-medal final. The two places in the bronze-medal final are determined by the fastest first round times of the six remaining qualifiers; there are no longer finals for fifth and sixth places, or seventh and eighth places.
Ahead of the 2012 Games in London, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) made significant changes to the Olympic track program, removing events such as the individual pursuit, points race and the Madison. They were replaced with the Omnium, a multi-sport event featuring six track cycling different disciplines over two days.
Liberalism, in stark contrast to realism, believes in the measurement of power through state economies, the possibility of peace and cooperation, as well as the concepts of political freedoms, rights and the like. Francis Fukuyama, quite notably, believed that progress in human history can be measured by the elimination of global conflict and the adoption of principles of legitimacy and observed the extent to which liberal democracies have transcended their violent instincts (Burchill : Theories of International Relations 3/E, 2005).
SAN ANTONIO, TX: May 3rd 2006: Lead Pursuit Inc has released its most comprehensive update yet for Falcon 4.0: Allied Force, the premier F-16 combat flight simulator. Patch 1.0.6 gives improvements across the board. These include the elimination of the infamous "shaking" aircraft on the ground during taxi-ing, significant improvements to multiplayer and refuelling, plus new monitor resolutions up to 2048 x 1536. The update can be applied either using the bfopsupdate.exe utility in the Battlefield Operations folder or by downloading the "exe" update from the downloads section of Lead Pursuit's website. A special thanks to our beta testing team whose input was invaluable during the three-month development process. The changelog is detailed below. Falcon 4.0: Allied Force was recently showcased in London at the Fly! 2006 exhibition. Horizon Simulation -- Allied Force's UK distributor -- and Combat Edge constructed two specialist F-16 cockpits for visitors. A video of the event can be downloaded at -pursuit.com/FLY_LP.zip. It is included in our media pack available at -pursuit.com/media.zip.Version 1.06 (Patch 5) Changelog =========================ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: * Fixed a bug that sometimes caused On-call CAS AI flights to attack targets before attempting to check in with FAC. * On-call CAS flights now request targets from the FAC after two minutes instead of four if unassigned. * Fixed TARCAP flights continuing to press on aircraft like An-124 even after it has been identified. * AI now able to use afterburner power for a short time after Rejoin command is received. * Mid-air refuelling rewritten. Tanker now maintains correct speed and altitude. * Many changes to AI refuelling and multiplayer-specific code. AVIONICS & WEAPONS: * Fixed HSD showing wingmen in Dogfight after they have been destroyed. * Fixed static ground vehicles not showing up in GM radar mode. * ALOW and MSLFloor warnings are now played whether the HUD is visible on screen or not. * Fixed TGP going into POINT lock immediately upon first designation. * Fixed Com1 and Com2 Volume knobs to work again. * Fixed TACAN station bearing indicator on HSI to not display bearing if the station can not be received. * Fixed PL-5E seeker range to be shorter. * Fixed bug where contacting an airbase other then the landing one was impossible in certain situations. * Various fixes/improvements to A-A Weapon handling: o Each Mastermode remembers which weapon type has been selected (AIM-9M/P etc) and will set the weapon again when the mode is reselected at a later point. o All A-A Radarmodes are available from all A-A Mastermodes. Dogfight Override mode, for example, can have RWS as selected radar mode, and Missile Override can use the ACM modes. o Each Mastermode remembers its gun submode. o AIM-9M and AIM-9X can be switched properly if in the same loadout. * The Mastermodes will no longer have the radar turned on when selecting another weapon by either the Enter key or the OSB buttons. The radar only starts emitting when a mode is selected. * Fixed gun rounds counter sometimes showing zero when there were still bullets left. * Fixed bug where a target could not be locked to STT mode in TWS mode when the azimuth scan was set to something other then 60 degrees. * Fixed bug where stealthy vehicles like F-117A were not even lockable using IR sensors even at closest ranges. * Frame-rate improvement to HSD display. * Fix bug where designating/undesignating with the HSD as SOI and the cursor over a pre-planned threat did not toggle it's range-ring. * Fix the new CBU burst altitude value not being shown in the MFD when pressing the decrement burst altitude keystroke. * When changing target in simplified radar, set padlock target to the new target.DATA: * Fixed all 05/23 airbase tower voice calls to wrong runway. * Added many more "Vehicle position points" and "ship points" to airbases, ports, army-base, HARTs etc. * Fixed position of building at Wonsan airbase type. * Added R-77M and AGM-65E/K missile types. * Updated radar data for few aircraft and seekers (F/A-18, F-22, R-77). * Fixed missing bridge feature on one bridge objective type. * Lowered Kirov ship damage amounts. * Updated some 2D weapon ranges. * Vehicles (ground, aircraft and ships) will fire closer to real-life ranges in 2D now. * Adjusted weapons positioning on Tornado fuselage racks. * Added Brimstone and rack back to Typhoon in 2005 and 2010 theaters. * Fixed rocket pylons so they now show in loadout and in game under wings. * Changed CBU-97 hardpoint count to be the same as CBU-87. (Standard loadout 4xCBU and two fuel tanks). * Updated AWACS screen icon symbols for more objects to be shown. * Removed CAS roles from UH-60L. * Updated SA-3 so it will now fire more than one missile in the air per volley. Also adjustments to range being too short and loft angle too high . * Allow night missions for AH-1, C-130 and few other airlift aircraft. * Adjusted JSTAR patrol waypoints so they have approximately up to 50nm of ground coverage of enemy side. * Objective feature value lists prioritized better. * Removed FA-37 from TE list as it was a testbed only. * Lower large ammo dump damage value for high-explosive types so two 2000lb bombs can destroy it. CAMPAIGN / TACTICAL ENGAGEMENT: * Updated stores for some squadrons in campaigns. * Some ROK infantry changed to correct unit type in Korean campaign. * EF/A-18G added to all 2010 campaigns. * Mission times tasked according to threat/range (fewer deep strikes in first hours of campaign that just abort). * Changing the takeoff waypoint time sometimes resulted in the flight not getting pilots assigned. Fixed for single and multiplayer. * In Tactical Engagement, naval units can now be set as victory conditions and in Campaign they can be a target now for self-created missions. * Saving a Tactical Engagement file now resets the "TE won" situation so new successive missions and victory conditions can be added as an ongoing "mini-campaign". * Prevent AWACS from setting up waypoints that lead them flying too close to the FLOT. COCKPIT: * Fixed RWR position in all three 2D 1600x1200 resolution cockpits in wide-view, one click down. * Speed up of drawing 2D cockpit views without visable outside view. * Improved instruments in padlock situational awareness bar. * Adjusted RWR position in all 3D cockpit views. * Support for all available resolutions and aspects greater than 800x600. Since 2D cockpit is of 4:3 aspect ratio, on wide screens there will be black bars on the sides. All pure 3D views and outside views are full screen. * Fixed fontsize of HUD and DED data in wideview in 1024x768 res 2D cockpit of the MLU. * Increased down-tilt limit in 3D cockpit so we can see the whole MFD when looking closer.GENERAL GAMEPLAY: * Added the ability for emergency braking. In case the Hydraulic B system fails (flameout or damage), the pilot can still use his brakes for 15 seconds to stop the Jet on the runway. * If the plane has blown up with a comms window on the screen, ESC will still work to close the window so the simulation can be exited. * If Joystick button 0 or 1 is pushed, but no function is assigned to them, do not fire the gun/ pickle weapons. * Retain controllability of ACMI on/off even when shot down for documentation purposes. Now, ACMI is not turned off automatically when the plane gets destroyed. * Fixed bug where a newly created .key file could not be loaded properly without exiting and re-entering the sim. * Help with frame rates at airbases. * Elimination of general graphic jitter (eg when refuelling, taxiing or viewing from tower cam). * Reduced on-ground aircraft pitch during braking. * Complex aircraft code now supports models containing rotatable wheels and swing-wing DOF's. * In Dogfight mode, colored padlock boxes are back in Realistic padlock setting. * Fixed shared memory electrical fault bit when on ground and shutting power off. * Moved labels up so they don't obscure objects. * Dynamically scale label offset based on object radius and distance. * Don't show opposite (wrong) tanker lights when in extreme relative position to tanker.HARDWARE: * Added power detection for notebooks that warns when battery is low both in 3D and the User Interface. * Added support for DED display on Logitech G15 keyboard LCD. * Fix for missing cursor, buttons and lights issues on nVidia graphics devices at resolutions greater than 1024x768 and FSAA enabled. MODELS & TEXTURES: * Fixed texture on flaps of F/A-18D. * Added texture to F/A-18E. * Adjust LOD of the building "Hotel" at some airbases so it does not "pop up" visually. * Fixed many buildings with missing parts (walls, roof, etc). * Fixed texture issue on Wonsan airbase type, center runway. * Fixed many fuel tanks not shown textured (they are used on J-22, F-5E/A, Su-7BK, Su-39, MiG-23, Su-24, Su-25, AMX, Typhoon). * Fixed AMX texture issues on nose. * Added Challenger tank texture green and desert cammoes. * Most F16's and some other aircraft models edited for wheel rotation. * Some aircraft models edited to rotate engine fan blades. * Added texture to F-22A made by Dave "The Shova" Vogel submitted through TPAA. MULTIPLAYER: * Fixed IR weapons losing lock on ground vehicles when being fired at distances greater 8nm and moving away from target, especially in Multiplayer. * Fuel dump is disabled for online dogfights. * When "No Player Voice" is turned on in the Sound Setup user interface, Flight comms of other human pilots, for example to AWACS, are still audible. * Master Arm switch now defaults to SAFE when a player enters an aircraft on the server (previously it would be SAFE on clients, and ARM on server). * Aircraft canopy open/close state now correctly shown in a multiplayer environment. * Make sure the location of the bullseye is the same for all connected sessions. * ACMI's now record and play back orientation of non-local missiles correctly. * Connection state fix. * Clients are now able to order flights to RTB. * Fixed several issues where deleting flights or a package through the ATO list was not correctly working in Multiplayer. * Packages containing a flight with a remote human player can not be deleted anymore.SOUND: * Fix specific sounds sometimes not being played, like missile launch sound. * De-hissed some sounds. * New in-cockpit engine sound.STABILITY: * CTD Fixes including dogfight module and dedicated server stability increased.USER INTERFACE: * Added a "Clear" button to the key assignment dialog. * Fixed a bug where only pressing a DirectX Joystick button would clear the keystroke assigned to a function. * A keystroke and joystick button press at the same time in key assignment dialog are now properly saved. * Fixed some abbreviation mistakes. * Fixed E-2 ATO icon so that it is centered. * Added cockpit switcher to Graphics setup menu. * Changed color of user interface bullseye view to make it better visible. * Fixed misaligned Briefing print-out. * Now sorting some more list-boxes alphabetically. * Resizing of splash screens to fit full screen. * When joining a flight using the UI map popup menu "Join Flight" option, the Munitions screen is now correctly showing the new flight's loadout. * Removed 'Keep' button from MP UI Connection screen. * Added Mipmapping option in Graphics Setup section for terrain and 3D models, to reduce shimmering. * Some updated to Tacref.BACKGROUND INFORMATION Falcon 4.0: Allied Force, the successor of Falcon 4.0, is an advanced F-16 combat flight simulator for the PC. The player takes on the role of a pilot flying a multitude of missions in either the Balkans Theater of Operations or the Korean Theater of Operations in a fully dynamic, evolving war.Features include: