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The Process. Sun and other JCP members have established a formal process (“Process”) for the development of high quality Java Specifications and promoting the development and distribution of com- patible implementations of those specifications. The Process is described on the JCP Web Site (at http://, and may be revised from time to time in accordance with terms set forth in the Process document, provided that no such revisions shall apply to any JSR that has already been approved for development. Upon execution of this Agreement by the parties, You are authorized to participate in accordance with the Process (including through an employee or other agent designated by and authorized to act on Your behalf) with respect to any JSR commenced once this version of the JSPA is available. Should you wish to partici- pate in the Process with respect to a JSR commenced before this version of the JSPA was available for exe- cution, you must execute the version of the JSPA applicable to that JSR (contact the PMO to obtain a copy). This Agreement shall control in the event of any conflict between it and the Process. Any capitalized terms used herein and not defined in Section 1 above are as defined in the Process document.
The Process. Adherence to this policy makes all DCH staff responsible for bringing violations to the attention of the Contracting Officer under Procurement protocols or to a supervisor/manager if the affected Employee is not a part of the Procurement. If for any reason it is not appropriate to report a violation to the Contracting Officer or the Employee’s immediate supervisor, Employees will report such violations or concerns to the DCH Inspector General and the DCH Ethics Officer. The Contracting Officer and managers are required to report suspected ethics violations to the Inspector General, who has specific responsibility to investigate all reported violations. Reporting suspected policy violations by others shall not jeopardize an Employee’s tenure with the Department. Confirmed violations will result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination from employment. In some circumstances, criminal and civil penalties may be applicable. The Inspector General will notify the employee making the report of the suspected violation of receipt of such report within five (5) business days. All reports will be promptly investigated and appropriate corrective action will be taken if warranted by the investigation.
The Process. Operating under the 2001 Contract, CSL has synthesized [ * ] of material through [ * ] of a [ * ] process to manufacture the [ * ] Product. Current batch records documenting the manufacturing process ("Batch Records") through [ * ] for the manufacture of [ * ] Product have been prepared by CSL and reviewed by GTx. CSL has used portions of this material to synthesize [ * ], under cGMP conditions, and to synthesize [ * ]. The remainder of the material will be stored by CSL and utilized in accordance with the agreement of GTX and CSL. Any additional Product to be manufactured in the future by CSL will be manufactured under cGMP or non-cGMP conditions, as specified in an Addendum to this Agreement. CSL agrees that it will utilize the best available current technology known to it to synthesize [ * ], [ * ] and other compounds the parties may hereinafter agree upon, utilizing the most current Batch Records then available for a particular process. CSL also agrees that it will consult with GTx at all reasonable times during the manufacturing process to ensure that the desired Product is being manufactured in accordance with the current specifications then approved for the Product by the parties. For any Product being manufactured by CSL in accordance with then applicable Batch Records, GTx shall have the right to approve the master Batch Records for such Product, any planned deviations from the Batch Records (and GTx should be consulted as soon as possible regarding any emergency deviation from the Batch Records), as well as the final Batch records for the Product.
The Process. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, IDI hereby grants to Licensee, and Licensee hereby accepts, an exclusive license, throughout the Territory, for the term described in Article VI, to sub-license others (including entities in which Licensee holds an equity interest) to use the Process, including all Confidential Information and Technical Information relating to the Process, as contemplated herein, for the manufacture, use and/or resale of the Product.
The Process. The process for filling vacancies according to the “match process” defined in this Article is comprised of five phases which take all of the following into account:
The Process. ADAClassifier attempts to classify the ADAs identified by ADAFinder, checking if these may be tagged as belonging to one or more categories. These categories are: landslides, sinkholes, land subsidences and constructive or consolidation processes. All ADAs are checked against all the former categories. Therefore, the same ADA may be tagged as belonging to one or more of these. Table 1 below summarizes how these checks are performed. Note the red codes (as for instance Th1 or Th10(1)). These are a concise way to refer to several threshold values defined in Table 3 (page 17), where their precise meaning and allowed range of values are defined. Refer to such table for details about the thresholds in the procedure. ID type 1 (Landslide)Is the percentage of intersection of the ADA with the landslide inventory> Th1?YesLandslide No Slope > Th2Horizontal displacement > Th3?YesPotential new landslideNoNot a landslideSlope < Th2?Not a landslideID type 2 (Sinkhole) Is the percentage of intersection of the ADA with the sinkhole inventory> Th4?YesSinkhole NoSaline or carbonate rock/soil > Th10(1).Horizontal displacement > Th5?YesNot a sinkhole No Potential new sinkholeOther lithologiesNot a sinkholeID type 3 (Land subsidence)Is the percentage of intersection of the ADA with the subsidence inventory > Th6?YesLand subsidence NoQuaternary unconsolidated sediments > Th10(2).YesSlope > Th7Not land subsidenceSlope < Th7Possible land subsidenceNoNot land subsidenceID type 4 (Constructive settlements – consolidation settlements)Is the percentage of intersection of the ADA with the infrastructures (building, embankment, bridge, etc.) inventory > Th8?NoNot constructive settlements YesThe Pearson coefficient measuring the fit of the time series and an inverse exponential function is > Th9.YesConsolidation process. No Not consolidation processTable 1: Procedure to classify the ADAs. In Table 1 above, slopes and horizontal displacements are mentioned. These are obtained, respectively, from a DTM and the output of the LOS2HV tool (see [RD2]) which computes the horizontal and vertical components of the ground movement along the Line Of Sight (LOS) of the satellite. These components are stored also in files, which must be read by the application. There is a noticeable amount of files involved in the classification of the ADAs. Besides the input ADAs themselves (polygons and points) several inventories, a DTM and a file with horizontal components of the ground movement are needed. The ...
The Process. Each weekly audio session will be approximately one hour in length. The recording MUST be listened to within 48 hours of the session being released. This is to ensure you have time to complete the required homeplay. You will have access to the session audios in the private participants section of the website for 10-months from the start of the course. Each week you will be sent a playsheet (if you do no receive it by midday Monday of the week, please contact Tamra immediately), which you will need to have with you for the session, along with a pen. There will also be a weekly visualisation track that you will need to download from the website. This MUST be listened to daily for one week (from the night of the session) to achieve maximum results. Visualisations are an important tool to reach the deeper recesses of the mind and transform the beliefs that are holding you back in life. These should NOT be listened to while driving, as they require you to be in a relaxed state with your eyes closed. The suggestions made during these visualisations loosen your negative programming, making your homeplay much easier to complete.