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Comparison. For the purpose of assessing compatibility with television stations (see section 5.1 above) or protection to service areas of existing sound broadcasting transmitters (see section 5.2 above), the existing situation has been used as a reference situation and has been compared with the new Plan in the course of its development. To permit these comparisons, it has been necessary to calculate (as in section 5.6 below) the usable field strength (Eu) for all television transmitters and all existing sound broadcasting stations (as in sections 5.1 and 5.2 above) at a number of test locations (not more than 12) within the existing service area, as specified by the administrations concerned.
Comparison. Four scenarios were reviewed in order to compare the options that Columbia County has to review. The scenarios were prepared to illustrate a range starting with our Current License (Scenario 1) all the way up to the Enterprise Agreement (Scenario 4). Scenarios 2 and 3 are provided to show compare the cost of the licensing that ESRI offers vs. the EA. Scenario 1 has glaring shortcomings because we are 1) Short on AGOL licenses, 2) In need of additional ArcGIS Desktop licenses, and 3) Short on ArcGIS Enterprise licenses for the number of cores on our servers. In short, Scenario 1 is shown to illustrate what we have now but it is not a viable path forward. The annual amount for maintenance of these licenses is subject to change (per contract), so the amount shown below is an estimate subject to increase by a few hundred dollars per year. Scenario 2 illustrates 100% compliance and coverage for growth. “Growth”, means that we can install ArcGIS Desktop for more end users and accommodate new personnel using the ArgGIS Collector and ArcGIS online. Scenario 3 illustrates the purchase of more licenses, but not necessarily permitting room for growth. Scenario 3 is currently programmed for 5 more ArcGIS licenses instead of the 10 in Scenario 2. We could change the number of AGOL licenses to save money, but there are already over 100 potential users of those tools. Scenario 4 is the Enterprise Agreement. Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 Scenario 4 Description Existing License Situation 100% Compliance and New Licenses to cover new needs with room for growth 100% Compliance and New Licenses to cover bare minimum needs. Enterprise Agreement Quick Assessment We are “under- licensed” in certain areas and cannot meet demands. This option is not realistic because we will need growth, so the numbers will change based on future purchases. This option covers compliance and all identified growth needs. This option covers compliance but could leave some customers in need. This covers all our potential needs. Capital / New License Cost (one- time purchases) $0 $193,800.00 $138,800.00 $0.00 Annual Maintenance Cost $46,564.11 (includes County GIS + Broadband) $120,644.11 $84,404.11 $109,500.00 (will include $6,000 for Geoevent) 3-Year Maintenance Fee $139,692.33 $361,932.33 $253,212.33 $328,500.00 Total Expenditure $139,692.33 $555,732.33 $392,012.33 $328,500.00 CONCLUSION The licensing scheme applied by ESRI has been geared to push customers the size of Columbia County to ...
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Comparison. The results from the internal and external parents’ questionnaires are, to some extent, divergent, therefore this section comprises of the results and analysis of the differences. Looking at the perception about usefulness shows that the scepticism is higher in the internal group where over 60% think that educational games will not be helpful or have no opinion, whereas the external group conclude very differently and definitely think educational games are helpful (97% either helpful or very helpful). The large group in the internal having no opinion shows that more information about educational games, their limitations and their potential is required, but also in general to better inform under which circumstances games may have a positive effect on the learning progress and motivation of their child. The results related to how often parents monitor their children’s progress are similar. 65% to 75% of the parents look after the progress of their children at least once a week. 25% of internal parents are completely not involved in their children’s school activities. This is also true for 5% of external respondents. What would the parents like to know about their children’s school achievements? 65% of internal parents would like to know the challenges their children face in school and if they are struggling in their learning process. This is much higher for the external ones where only around 22% are interested. For those, score and grades, were of more interest, followed by challenges they face and a minority would like to know about their relationship to their children’s’ tutors. Additionally, more than 20%, both internal and external, do not want any information or do not know what information they would like to have. A significant difference between the groups can be seen in their willingness to play with their children where internal would not engage themselves in a location-based educational game with their children (75% no). External parents asked would (71% yes). This continues in the differences related to if the children may participate - 35% of the internals would not allow, whereas 86% of the externals would allow. Only 20% (internal) and 38% (external) of the parents would pay for participation in a location- based educational game. Related to special needs and impairments, the results show that Beaconing should support people with dyslexia (36%) and autism (20%), but also be adaptable for sight and hearing impairments. The main security issue...
Comparison. As is evident, the determination whether a defendant is competent to stand trial is distinct from the determination whether the defendant was criminally responsible at the time of the alleged offense. For competency, the court must assess the defendant’s current mental health status to determine whether the defendant is able to understand the 31 At the time of the Circuit Court proceedings in this case in June 2018, the statute required the court to commit the defendant to the Health Department in somewhat different language. The statute was amended during the 2018 session of the General Assembly, effective October 1, 2018, to its current form. Chapters 188, 189, 702, 703, Laws of Maryland 2018. The changes wrought by the 2018 amendment are not pertinent to the issues in this case. proceedings and assist in the defense. For criminal responsibility, the court must assess the defendant’s past mental health status at the time of the commission of the offense, which may or may not be the same as the defendant’s mental health status at the time of trial. See Xxxxxx v. State, 282 Md. 353, 373 (1978). When a defendant enters a plea of not criminally responsible, the court may order an evaluation of the defendant’s competence to stand trial, presumably on the theory that whatever condition is the basis of that plea may have persisted and may affect the defendant’s ability to assist in the defense. See CP §3-111.32 In any event, a defendant may be found competent to stand trial at present, yet deemed not criminally responsible for the past conduct at issue. Indeed, that is precisely what happened in the case at hand.
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