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Computer Vision Aided Measurement of Morphological Features in Medical Optics
Bogdana Bologa,Adrian Sergiu Darabant
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai : Series Informatica , 2010,
Abstract: This paper presents a computer vision aided method for non invasive interupupillary (IPD) distance measurement. IPD is a morphological feature requirement in any oftalmological frame prescription. A good frame prescription is highly dependent nowadays on accurate IPD estimation in order for the lenses to be eye strain free. The idea is to replace the ruler or the pupilometer with a more accurate method while keeping the patient eye free from any moving or gaze restrictions. The method proposed in this paper uses a video camera and a punctual light source in order to determine the IPD with under millimeter error. The results are compared against standard eye and object detection routines from literature.
THE ANALYSIS AND THE EVALUATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF A REGION. THE TACTICS OF REGIONAL INNOVATION
GABRIELA BOLOGA
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: The agencies for regional development set themselves tactics of innovation in the region regarding the regional demand and offer. For this, a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the offer is made (enterprises of different sizes from the region) and of the demand (research units and university departments) of innovation at regional level to identify the necessities and the potential that will constitute the targets of the tactics for regional innovation.
THE PARTICULARITIES REGARDING THE MANIFESTATION OF THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN STATE MEMBERS OF EUROPEAN UNION AND IN USA
GABRIELA BOLOGA
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: Dividing a territory in regions is not always homogeneous, a state may have many forms regional division, in terms of the problems and the particularities of the respective state, and also a state may meet succeeding many forms of regional division ( the case of France). At the present, the regional division of states is considered an element of the integration by establishing a ratio community-region that has the purpose of preventing and correction of some regional imbalances.
ERP as a Support for the Knowledge Age
Razvan BOLOGA
Informatica Economica Journal , 2007,
Abstract: The current article presents the current situation of ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) systems and the way these systems have been changing the global economic environment. The analysis is based on a set of statistical data originating from the corporate reports and specialized literature. A special attention is paid the competitive advantages induced by using ERP at a corporate level. As a result the article identifies the main benefits of ERP systems and indicates the advantages of using such systems at a corporate level
Business Intelligence using Software Agents
Ana-Ramona BOLOGA,Razvan BOLOGA
Database Systems Journal , 2011,
Abstract: This paper presents some ideas about business intelligence today and the importance of developing real time business solutions. The authors make an exploration of links between business intelligence and artificial intelligence and focuses specifically on the implementation of software agents-based systems in business intelligence. There are briefly presented some of the few solutions proposed so far that use software agents properties for the benefit of business intelligence. The authors then propose some basic ideas for developing real-time agent-based software system for business intelligence in supply chain management, using Case Base Reasoning Agents.
LA DIFFERENCIATION SOLUTION MIRACLE POUR L’AVENIR DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE?
Bogdana Petric?
Romanian Journal of European Affairs (RJEA) , 2009,
Abstract: The differentiation has always accompanied the process of integration and it became more evident with the succession of enlargements. This concept originated in the practice of a tighter co-operation between some Member States in certain areas, or in the exceptional derogations given to other Member States which refused participation. Not only these exceptions may become the rule in an enlarged Union, but they appear as being the only solution, sometimes sensitive, and thus spring the need to be well organized. Beginning with the Treaties of Amsterdam and Nice the differentiation is legally enshrined, but it is the works of the Convention for the Drafting of the Constitutional Treaty that advanced the debate on this subject. Finally, the Lisbon Treaty kept most of the provisions of the Constitutional Treaty regarding this subject and for its ratification; it is precisely the concept of differentiation that we shall employ. The Irish “No” demonstrated once more the inevitable obstructions of the unanimity rule, and differentiation might be a solution, while still respecting the diversity of Member States.
URBAN SPRAWL FROM A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: THE CASE OF US CITIES VERSUS THEIR ROMANIAN COUNTERPARTS. IS THERE ANY REASON WHY WE SHOULD WORRY? (I)
Bogdana NEAMTU
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2005,
Abstract: The paper concerns itself with creating a theoretical framework for understanding sprawl within Romanian cities. It has a twofold structure: in the first part the emphasis is on identifying some indicators that best describe this phenomenon. Some key features referred to by American scholars when describing sprawl in the US are reviewed and analyzed. Special consideration is paid to the Romanian context that greatly differs from the American one. Also, this section focuses on possible causes that account for the current pattern of sprawl in Romania. In the second part of the paper some arguments are brought in order to support the idea that sprawl is becoming a serious problem that Romanian urban planners will have to deal with in the near future. Thought sprawl may be seen as an indicator for economic growth- this further impies that sprawl has positive aspects, one should not forget the enviromental and the aesthetic concerns regarding suburban development. Because cities are expanding at a very rapid pace nowadays, it is necessary for the decision-makers to understand what the pros and the cons for urban sprawl are; also some of its pervasive effects that may not be obvious many years from now need to be more in depth documented.
Gender Differences in Impression Formation
Bogdana Hum?
Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology , 2010,
Abstract: This paper aims to highlight the differences between men and women regarding impressionformation. It is based on secondary analysis of the data gathered in two previous experiments withsimilar conditions. However, the hypotheses formulated within this study have not been testedbefore. The current analysis was conducted on 86 participants, 47 males and 39 females. Their agesranged between 15 and 32, as they were either high school or university students engaged in amaster’s program. Their task consisted of watching a 14 seconds long video of a female confederatereading a neutral text and then evaluating her using a semantic differential with four dimensions:sociability, ethics, power and activity. Based on previous studies, it was hypothesized that men andwomen will form different first impressions of the actor employed in the movie. More precisely, themajority of the studies undertaken in this area compare men and women’s accuracy scores of facialexpressions decoding, yielding mostly significant differences, with women achieving higheraccuracy. A small percentage has addressed other aspects of social perception like: personality traitsor socio-demographic characteristics, yielding similar results. However, the current experimentfailed to reveal any differences between men’s and women’s evaluations. Accuracy assessmentswere disregarded in this study, since establishing unequivocal criteria for personality traitsevaluation is yet to be achieved. The results are consistent with a small percentage of the studiesconducted on gender differences in social perception and allow multiple interpretations.
ERP for Romanian Higher Education
Ana Ramona BOLOGA
Informatica Economica Journal , 2007,
Abstract: Also most of the big ERP providers provide solutions for higher education, including SAP AG, Oracle, JD Eduards, Peoplesoft, universities preferr other specialized applications which better fit their specific needs. This paper presents the advantages of an integrated solution for higher education and analyzes the solutions offered for this sector by the Romanian ERP market. The conlusion is more like an invitation to discussion about possible solutions to the present Romanian university situation: low budgets, changing regulations, isolated, self-developed applications.
Information Systems in University Learning
Gheorghe SABAU,Ion LUNGU,Razvan BOLOGA,Ana Ramona BOLOGA
Informatica Economica Journal , 2010,
Abstract: The authors of this article are going to bring into light the significance, the place and the role of information systems in the university education process. At the same time they define the objectives and the target group of the subject named Economic Information Systems and state the competence gained by students by studying this subject. Special attention is given to the curriculum to be taught to students and to a suggestive enumeration of a series of economic applications that can be themes for laboratory practice and for students’ dissertation (graduation thesis).
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