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Teachers’ and School Leaders’ Perceptions of Further Education and Learning in School  [PDF]
May Britt Postholm, Klara Rokkones
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.623252
Abstract: This article focuses on further education of teachers and the importance of the relationship between further education and the visions and development strategies of schools. The study shows that if further education is to contribute to change and development in schools beyond what individual teachers learn, the school has to be organized as a learning community. This means that the school must have a vision. This in turn demands that schools are led in a manner that allocates arenas and room for communication where visions and targets can be formulated and understood through common dialogue.
Microbial Diversity in Patients with Gastroduodenal Diseases  [PDF]
Shorena Khetsuriani, Klara Khetsuriani
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2014.42011

H. pylori infection is mainly spread in the kind of gastroduodenal diseases: chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, MALT-lymphoma, gastric cancer. According to certain literature, the mentioned bacterium causes diseases of other visceral organs of humans. Study of the aggravating impact of this infection is under the attention of the scientists. However, other infectious agents, including fungi, other bacteria, parasites, and viruses and their role in different gastroduodenal diseases are not studied enough. The aim of our study was to identify mucous (parietal) gastroduodenal microflora in patients with different diseases of this zone. 390 patients with chronic gastritis (CG), peptic ulcer diseases (PUD) and gastric cancer (GC) were included in the study. The resection materials and biopsy specimens were taken during the operation or endoscopy procedures. Identification of strains H. pylori, Candida spp and others was performed by established methods, on the basis of morphological, tinctorial, cultural and biochemical properties. Microflora of patients with different gastroduodenal diseases is diverse enough. It is represented by facultative, obligate anaerobes, microaeropilic bacteria. More frequently, there were H. pylori and Candida sp, as well as in associations and monocultures. The obtained results confirmed the wide distribution of H. pylori and Candida

Book Review: Librarians as Learning Specialists: Meeting the Learning Imperative for the 21st Century.
Klara Maidenberg
Partnership : the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research , 2011,
Studying of consumer features of the enriched soured cream
Klara Zharykbasova
Perspectives of Innovations, Economics and Business , 2010,
Abstract: The article presents the technology and performance quality of a new type of cream-enriched products of plant origin. Dietary fiber contained in a new form of sour cream cleanses the body of toxic elements, increases the immunity of a person.
Variability and stratigraphy of the tussocks of Carex Apropinquata Schum
Klara Tomaszewska
Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae , 1993, DOI: 10.5586/asbp.1993.030
Abstract: Thirty tussocks of Carex appropinquata Schum. from various parts of the peatlands in the Biebrza River valley were analysed. The results confirmed the variability of the shape in tussocks and a considerable range of their height (15-34 cm). The group of tussocks from the vicinity of the river Kosódka was higher (usually exceeding 25 cm) and had a characteristic pole-like shape. The shape of the tussock and especially the slope of its sides determine to a high degree the possibility of development of other species growing on the tussocks. Two different parts can be distinguished in the structure of the tussock. The outer layer (of ash content on average 6,5%) is built mainly of leaf sheaths of Carex appropinquata and numerous roots of other species growing on the tussocks. The inner layer consists mainly of thick roots of the sedge and few fine roots of other species. The ash content in that layer ranges from a dozen or so to as much as 26%. The number of Carex appropinquata nuts varies between layers of the tussock and between tussocks, and decreases towards the basis of the tussock. The number of nuts may to some degree characterize the fertility of individual plants, and changes in fertility of the same individual over a period of several dozen years.
Theoretical assessment of sound absorption coefficient for anisotropic nonwovens
Klara Kalinova
QScience Connect , 2012, DOI: 10.5339/connect.2013.3
Abstract: The anisotropy factor as a function of fiber arrangement, fiber fineness and sample thickness has been derived from the theories of soundwave transformation due to phase changing. The sound absorption coefficient of the anisotropic fibrous material is then theoretically calculated. The fibrous materials were prepared so that the fibers are arranged parallel (perpendicularly laid fiber web called STRUTO technology) in the direction of soundwave propagation or perpendicularly (longitudinally laid fiber web) to the direction of sound propagation. The sound absorption coefficient was measured due to the Impedance tube. The theoretical results are in good agreement with experimental findings.
Irreducibility of configurations
Klara Stokes
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: In a paper from 1886, Martinetti enumerated small $v_3$-configurations. One of his tools was a construction that permits to produce a $(v+1)_3$-configuration from a $v_3$-configuration. He called configurations that were not constructible in this way irreducible configurations. According to his definition, the irreducible configurations are Pappus' configuration and four infinite families of configurations. In 2005, Boben defined a simpler and more general definition of irreducibility, for which only two $v_3$-configurations, the Fano plane and Pappus' configuration, remained irreducible. The present article gives a generalization of Boben's reduction for both balanced and unbalanced $(v_r,b_k)$-configurations, and proves several general results on augmentability and reducibility. Motivation for this work is found, for example, in the counting and enumeration of configurations.
Patterns of ideals of numerical semigroups
Klara Stokes
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: This article introduces patterns of ideals of numerical semigroups, thereby unifying previous definitions of patterns of numerical semigroups. Several results of general interest are proved. More precisely, this article presents results on the structure of the image of patterns of ideals, and also on the structure of the sets of patterns admitted by a given ideal.
The Social Costs of Crime and Crime Control  [PDF]
Klara Kerezsi, József Kó, Szilvia Antal
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2011.22008
Abstract: There is currently no generally accepted method of estimating the costs of crime. After presenting the most commonly used methods of estimating crime, the authors attempt to explore the situation in Hungary. Taking 2009 as a base year, they recon the crime-related social expenditure accounts. The authors, with the help of other Hungarian research data and databases, have also taken into account the costs of the secondary social effects. The results of the calculations depend on the applied approach to crime and the interpretations of the social impacts of the delinquency. According to the authors calculations the social cost caused by crime was about 2.17 billion USA dollar: ($) (1.6 billion euro (EUR) in 2009. The authors deduct the sum that was drawn by the offenders as a benefit/profit from committing crime; therefore the crime caused 1.17 billion $ as a net social damage in 2009 in Hungary. The amount of 1.63 billion $ was spent on the crime control (e.g. law enforcement, judiciary, prison and crime prevention) in 2009. The results show that delinquency caused a total of 3.8 billion $ as a damage, or as an expenditure spent by the government in 2009. The cost of crime control was about 500 million $ higher (1.63 billion $) than the amount of damage caused by crime (1.17 billion $). The offenders benefit/profit from committing crime (= 1 billion $) was only 15% less than the damage they caused to the state and to the citizens (= 1.17 billion $). In other words, the half of the criminal damage shall never be repaid: it will remain at the criminals!
Different Structures of PVA Nanofibrous Membrane for Sound Absorption Application
Jana Mohrova,Klara Kalinova
Journal of Nanomaterials , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/643043
Abstract: The thin nanofibrous layer has different properties in the field of sound absorption in comparison with porous fibrous material which works on a principle of friction of air particles in contact with walls of pores. In case of the thin nanofibrous layer, which represents a sound absorber here, the energy of sonic waves is absorbed by the principle of membrane resonance. The structure of the membrane can play an important role in the process of converting the sonic energy to a different energy type. The vibration system acts differently depending on the presence of smooth fibers in the structure, amount of partly merged fibers, or structure of polymer foil as extreme. Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) was used as a polymer because of its good water solubility. It is possible to influence the structure of nanofibrous layer during the production process thanks to this property of polyvinyl alcohol.
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