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Court of Human Rights, 14. Protocol to the Con- vention, individual application, admissibility criteria, supervision on the execu- tion of the judgements I. LES HYPOTHÈSES DE LA CRÉATION D’UN NOUVEL  INSTRU- MENT MODIFIANT LE MÉCANISME DE CONTRÔLE ACTUEL DE LA CONVENTION L’intention générale du Protocole n°14 peut être défi nie comme l’acquisition d’une telle réforme du mécanisme de contrôle de la Convention européenne qui d’un côté préserve la Cour européenne des Droits de l’Homme contre le collap- sus et la surcharge de travail sans toutefois être trop radicale

′ ∊ S ( q ) }. In order to obtain the hierarchy of blocks that defines the ℋ -matrix structure, an admissibility condition must be used, which ensures that a p × q admissible block D in the block cluster tree can be approximated by a low-rank factorization, up to a certain accuracy, as D = PQ T , where P and Q are respectively p × c and q × c matrices, and c ≪ p, q . Figure 1 shows an example of a block cluster tree consisting of leaves that conform a partition of I × I , with I = {1, 2, 3 ,..., 12} using weak admissibility criteria

were suffi cient for ECtHR as a procedural safeguards and balance to the rights to defence. Probably in an eff ort to establish the conditions under which it can be stated that the questioning of an anonymous witness still meets the requirements of a fair trial, established in the case Kok against the Netherlands,33 ECtHR formu- lated following criteria: the reasons for securing the identity of the witness, the weight of the evidence for a conviction and compensation for the limitations of the defence. Th e criteria are mostly similar to the admissibility