SAGIT

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SAGITSectoral Advisory Group on International Trade (Canada)
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[21.] Sagit, Mustafa, Ferhat Korkmaz, Alper Akcadag, and Mehmet Akif Somdas.
Digital images were processed by the SAGIT tracking system that allowed both players' movements to be tracked automatically, albeit with operator supervision, using a computer vision method (Pers et al., 2002; Vuckovic et al., 2010).
An analysis of basketball players' movements in Slovenian basketball league play-offs using the sagit tracking system.
Il sagit d'un seul institut gouvernemental pour les aveugles au Soudan, qui a ete fonde en 1961.
But as this had not been done, he ruled that no compensation should be made for claims of unmarked graves, and no sagit (customary compensation or considerations) was required.
See Sagit Leviner, From Deontology to Practical Application: The Vision of a Good Society and the Tax System, 26 VA.
Il sagit d'un essai evocateur, avec l'intention de rendre hommage a l'activite geographique de pendant plus de soixante ans du Docteur Mariano Zamorano Diez.
(34.) Sagit Mor & Orna Rabinovich-Einy, Relational Malpractice and the Transformation of Healthcare Law (2011) (unpublished manuscript) (on file with author).
We thank Mercedes Boland, Sagit Stern, and Xu ("Henry ") Han for their assistance with the data.
(98) See Margaret McKerchar, Kim Bloomquist and Sagit Leviner, 'Improving the Quality of Services Offered by Tax Agents: Can Regulation Assist?' (2008) 23 Australian Tax Forum 399, 421.
(99) Sagit Mor has extensively studied Israeli disability policy.
Computer-vision software called SAGIT was used for automatic tracking of players' movements in 11 matches of an international squash championship [James, N].