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The importer must provide information on the object in a 'standardised document' (the standard is still to be determined but it has been suggested that the Object ID standard recommended by UNESCO to describe an object could be used), and evidence of legal export.
Or in a subtler alteration, many objects are defined with the Company Code and then an Object ID used in combination to define a composite Primary Key.
Object id 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ground-truth label 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 Predicted label b b a b a c b a Object id 9 10 Ground-truth label 3 3 Predicted label a c Table 4: A confusion matrix.
Due to the uniqueness of object ID, the object ID was taken as the object status and the state transfer matrix [mathematical expression not reproducible] then was constructed.
(5) Object ID - The Inventory of Cultural Property Items http://archives.icom.museum/object-id/ about.html ; UNESCO - WCO Model Export Certificate http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/ MULTIMEDIA/UQ/CLT/pdf/UNESCO-UNiDROiT_Model_Provisions_ en.pdf ; Basic Actions concerning Cultural Objects being offered for Sale over the Internet http://www.unesco.org/ new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/CLT/pdf/basic-actions-cultural-objects-for-sale en.pdf ; UNESCO, Basic checklist for national legislation in Legal and Practical Measures Against Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property.
Thus, the event e is defined by three related attributes: its abstract spatial location, the object id number and its time point.
patented identification numbering system and database, realized, engineered and specially developed as a Web-based, permanent standard registration system and globally networked database for fine art, which is based on the Getty 's Object ID, the core world standard for the identification of art and cultural objects.
* learning object ID "cu-1" represents the "XML Advance" learning object.
When collecting and inserting ESI with Documentum, StoredIQ can preserve a variety of Documentum attributes including object name, object ID, version, title, author, keywords, dates, size, etc.
Objects are normally not shared or instanced so that modifications result in a new record identifying the object id of the object being modified.
The object id and various fragmentation meta-data are integrated in the meta-database.