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DEVIANT BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
Emilija GEORGIEVA
Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation , 2012,
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Warehousing and OLAP Analysis of Bibliographic Data  [PDF]
Tsvetanka Georgieva-Trifonova
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2011.35023
Abstract: In this paper, the system bgMath/OLAP for warehousing and online analytical processing bibliographic data is proposed. The implemented system can be useful for the users maintaining their electronic libraries with publications in order to monitoring, evaluating and comparing the scientific development of particular researchers, entire research groups, certain scientific fields and problems.
Gis-based technologies and their application in agriculture
Mani? Emilija
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0602151m
Abstract: Geographical information systems are in use in business application for a long time, but their usage in agriculture is well known, too. This article shows the main structure of geographical information systems for decision support (spatial decision support systems) as advanced GIS technologies made for solving complex, semistructured or nonstructured problems and their application in the agriculture sector. GIS-based technologies has been reviewed through several examples of their use in agriculture and special respect has been given to the precision farming concept, giving short insight into SSToolbox software (SST). The last part of the article is dedicate to the possible usage of GIS-based technologies in the Serbian agriculture.
Ethnic and religious structure of Tutin municipality
?okovi? Emilija ?.
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0301073d
Abstract: Tutin municipality is settled in southwest Serbia. It is one of Serbian municipality with one dominancy one ethnic group over another - Muslim group in this case. Muslims were dominated over Serbian in Tutin even before The Second World War, but these differences became more distinctly by the end of XX century. The reasons for such situation are numerous: population increase which is bigger among Muslim than among Serbian population, high migration saldo (for the period 1961-1981), emigration processes from villages to only town centre in municipality - Tutin. Ethnic structure on the settlement level is, more or less, the same as on the level of municipality. There are only five out of 93 settlement in the municipality with dominant Serbian population. The other 88 settlement are with absolute dominancy of Muslims. Religious structure follows the course of ethnic structure in Tutin municipality. Muslims are absolutely dominant religious group with 95% of Tutin population, and only 4,31% of population are orthodox Christians. If all these processes continue in the future, there will be absolute dominancy of only one ethnic group by the end of the next decade. On the other side, the area of Ra ka region is one of the most important geostrategic area in Serbia, and for that reason it would be good to pay more attention to building spirit of tolerance between different ethnic and religious groups.
Exchange rate arrangements: From extreme to "normal"
Beker Emilija
Panoeconomicus , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/pan0601031b
Abstract: The paper studies theoretical and empirical location dispersion of exchange rate arrangements - rigid-intermediate-flexible regimes, in the context of extreme arrangements of a currency board, dollarization and monetary union moderate characteristics of intermediate arrangements (adjustable pegs crawling pegs and target zones) and imperative-process "normalization" in the form of a managed or clean floating system. It is established that de iure and de facto classifications generate "fear of floating" and "fear of pegging". The "impossible trinity" under the conditions of capital liberalization and globalization creates a bipolar view or hypothesis of vanishing intermediate exchange rate regimes.
Exchange rate regime choice
Beker Emilija
Panoeconomicus , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/pan0603313b
Abstract: The choice of an adequate exchange rate regime proves to be a highly sensitive field within which the economic authorities present and confirm themselves. The advantages and disadvantages of fixed and flexible exchange rate regimes, which have been quite relativized from the conventional point of view, together with simultaneous, but not synchronized effects of structural and external factors, remain permanently questioned throughout a complex process of exchange rate regime decision making. The paper reflects the attempt of critical identification of the key exchange rate performances with emphasis on continuous non-uniformity and (un)certainty of shelf life of a relevant choice.
Primena GIS-a u analizi trgovinskog podru ja
Mani? Emilija
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0959143m
Abstract: Defining tread area and its spatial analysis is one of the key issues in the theory and methodology of spatial analysis in the trade/retail sector. Trade area is the space in which members of marketing chain prefer their activity. The results of such analysis are important inputs for building retail location and marketing strategy. This article tries to show the possibilities of GIS in the retail spatial analysis, emphasizing the importance of the symbiosis between traditional GIS and spatial models and methods in the defining and analysis of trade area. The focus is on the Business Analyst software package, which incorporate spatial interactive models into GIS tools. This software is used for solving great deal of spatial problems, concerning retail environment and the supply chain, with a special reference to the spatial analysis of the demand side.
The Economies of the BELL Countries (Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) after Their EU Accession
Emilia Georgieva
Review of European Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/res.v4n5p191
Abstract: The acronym BELL stands for the 4 EU member countries from Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) which are well known for their fiscal stability and low indebtedness. Being a representative of one of them (Bulgaria) the author of this article aims to follow the dynamics of their economic development after their accession to the EU. The special points of reference used are the compulsory convergence criteria each country wishing to join the Eurozone has to meet. Particular attention has been paid to the role of the exchange rate regime and the impact of the world economic crisis on the cycle model and the “corridor” marking the fluctuations of each of the interpreted macroeconomic indicators. The BELL’s economic development has been opposed to that of the PIIGS countries, albeit only in terms of budget deficit (-) or surplus (+) and consolidated general debt as a percentage of GDP. The author has examined the role the European funds and programmes play for the economies of the BELL countries, some major benefits of their EU membership for their citizens and businesses, as well as the specific characteristics of the social activity aimed to overcome the effects of the crisis. A variety of research methods have been used in the process, such as the scientific abstraction method (analysis, synthesis, induction and deduction), historic and systemic and logical methods, empirical and comparative analysis.
The role of EU institutions in implementing its monetary policy
Emilia GEORGIEVA
Eastern Journal of European Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The main goal of the current article is to illustrate in detail the powers of the EU institutions to implement its monetary policy. The methods used to explore the topic and to draw the conclusions and interpret the findings are based on deduction and induction. On the grounds of the information presented in the article the following conclusions have been drawn: the relations between the EU institutions responsible for implementing its monetary policy (the European Central Bank, the European Parliament, the Council, the European Commission and others) are entirely based on fundamental principles laid down for all its institutions; the commitments of the institutions implementing the EU monetary policy are strictly stipulated in its primary legislation and are mostly related to the establishment of the EU Economic and Monetary Union, the framing, planning and implementing of the common monetary policy, the management of the Monetary Union. In the conditions of world financial and economic crisis the EU has attempted to respond adequately to its monetary policy problems, commensurate with the scope and matching the specific nature of this crisis.
Why the Sunspot Cycle Is Double Peaked
K. Georgieva
ISRN Astronomy and Astrophysics , 2011, DOI: 10.5402/2011/437838
Abstract: Many sunspot cycles are double peaked. In 1967, Gnevyshev suggested that actually all cycles have two peaks generated by different physical mechanisms, but sometimes the gap between them is too short for the maxima to be distinguished in indices of the total sunspot activity. Here, we show that indeed all cycles have two peaks easily identified in sunspot activity in different latitudinal bands. We study the double peaks in the last 12 sunspot cycles and show that they are manifestation of the two surges of toroidal field—the one generated from the poloidal field advected all the way on the surface to the poles, down to the tachocline and equatorward to sunspot latitudes, and another one generated from the poloidal field diffused at mid-latitudes from the surface to the tachocline and transformed there into toroidal field. The existence of these two surges of toroidal field is due to the relative magnitudes of the speed of the large-scale solar meridional circulation and the diffusivity in the solar convection zone which are estimated from geomagnetic data. 1. Introduction By the term “solar activity,” usually any type of variation in the appearance or energy output of the Sun, is understood. Elements of solar activity are sunspots, solar flares, coronal mass ejections, coronal holes, total and spectral solar irradiance, and so forth. The most prominent evidence of solar activity and with the longest data record, though not geoeffective themselves but related to geoeffective active regions, are sunspots. Very big sunspots can be seen with naked eye, and old chronicles testify that they have been indeed observed even in ancient times. There is evidence that the Greeks knew of them at least by the 4th century BC, and the earliest records of sunspots observed by Chinese astronomers are from 28?BC. However, systematic observations of sunspots began only early in the 17th century after the telescope was invented. As many other great discoveries, the sunspot cycle was discovered by chance. Heinrich Schwabe, a German pharmacist and amateur astronomer, was convinced that there must be a planet, tentatively called Vulcan, inside the orbit of Mercury. Because of the close proximity to the Sun, it would have been very difficult to observe Vulcan, and Schwabe believed one possibility to detect the planet might be to see it as a dark spot when passing in front of the Sun. For 17 years, from 1826 to 1843, on every clear day, Schwabe would scan the Sun and record its spots trying to detect Vulcan among them. He did not find the planet but noticed the regular variation
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