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A Proactive Perspective on Reform in Local Public Administration
Petru Filip,Marcel Ioan Bolos
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2007,
Abstract: The local communities from Romania and those from Eastern Europe have become importantpublic services suppliers carried out in the interest of their citizens. Public services such as pre-universityeducation system, culture, assistance and social protection, but also public lightening, water supply, andsewerage are examples of services which are assured by the public local authorities. Consequent to theprinciples published in the European Charter of the Local Autonomy, the local authorities had fully benefitedfrom the provisions of the Chart. The right to dispose by own resources, the right to collect them, theright to benefit by partition of tax incomes, the right to contract loans have transformed the local communitiesin important entities with financial power capable to carry out efficient public services in terms ofquality and operational for the citizens. Which is the financial and decisional mechanism for functioning ofthe local communities? These are some questions for which we tried to formulate an answer within thispresent work beside the research of the main reform elements implemented in the European Romania.
Secure Analog Data Transmission Based on R ssler Chaotic System Behavior
Daniel CURIAC,Ioan FILIP,Florin DR?GAN
Annals of Dunarea de Jos , 2000,
Abstract: This paper describes a new methodology for increasing the security of analog data transmission based on a mixture of the original analog signal with one of the state variables of R ssler chaotic system. The method is described emphasizing on the practical implementation aspects.
Bayes-Nash Equilibrium and Game Theory in Public Expenditure Management
Petru FILIP,Marcel Ioan BOLO?,Cristian Ioan OTGON
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Auctions purchases represent an effective mechanism for public authorities, designed to provide the buyer (public authority), products and services with a convenient time to complete the transaction and the option to set a minimum price. In this paper we will study the problem of the optimal public expenditure rules using Bayes-Nash equilibrium in an symmetrical auction with knowledge of independent value, meaning each bidder knows only his own information. After setting the function for optimum balance to profit for the bidders by minimizing this function (the derivation of I order) and maximize it (the derivation of II order), it has to identify the optimal range where the offer of a bidder for products and services will stand.
Above Flux Estimation Issues in Induction Generators with Application at Energy Conversion Systems
Iosif Szeidert,Octavian Prostean,Ioan Filip,Vasar Cristian
Acta Polytechnica Hungarica , 2006,
Abstract: The paper presents issues regarding the flux estimation of induction machines.The electrical machines variable’s estimation represents a major problem in the actualcontext of modern control approaches, especially of sensorless control strategies. Thereare considered several implementations of induction machine’s flux estimators by using theMatlab-Simulink environment and there are drawn the afferent conclusions.
A Comparative Study Above Two Self-Tuning Controllers With Aplication To The Control Of Synchronous Generator Excitation System
Ioan FILIP,Daniel CURIAC,Octavian PRO?TEAN,Iosif SZEIDERT
Annals of Dunarea de Jos , 2000,
Abstract: This paper presents two self-tuning control structures synthesized through the minimization of two criterion functions. It is described the computation methodology of the control laws, both being particularized for the case of the synchronous generator's excitation control. The parameters estimator is considered the recursive least square error (RLSE) algorithm. In order to validate the considered control structures, two comparative study cases by computer simulation are presented.
Daylight Savings Calculation Technique for Smart Buildings  [PDF]
Dariusz Kacprzak, Ioan Tuleasca
Intelligent Control and Automation (ICA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ica.2013.41014
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This publication presents a technique of quantifying energy savings due to daylight. The technique is designated to be used in smart buildings or similar applications where daylight harvesting is welcomed. The technique is divided into three stages. In the first stage an optical sensor is evaluated for its P (power)-E (illumination) response characteristics. In the second stage the calibration of room properties is carried out. In the final stage photometric calculations are performed, and energy savings are calculated. The major advantage of the proposed approach is to determine energy savings during the design stage of a building, not after the building construction or retrofitting. The information obtained from the calculations is useful for investors, future tenants and environmentalists.

Effects of Valine and Leucine on Some Antioxidant Enzymes in Hypercholesterolemic Rats  [PDF]
Elena Cojocaru, Nina Filip, Carmen Ungureanu, Cristiana Filip, Mihai Danciu
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.617266
Abstract: Objective: Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are involved in the endothelial-mediated disorders within atherosclerosis. Considering that an oxidant/antioxidant imbalance might be a key factor in the damaging ROS-mediated effects, the present study intends to determine the influence of a high-fat diet, associated with essential amino acids—valine and leucine, upon the experimental animals, through evaluation of plasmatic level of some antioxidant enzymes. Material and Methods: The study was conducted on 32 male Wistar rats, which were fed with cholesterol, valine and leucine, for 60 days. The animals were divided into four groups, according to the received diet: the first group—standard diet; the second group—cholesterol (C); the third group—cholesterol and valine (C + V); the fourth group—cholesterol and leucine (C + L). Evaluations of the oxidative status, through plasma levels of the antioxidant enzymes: superoxide dismutase (SOD) and glutathione peroxidise (GPx), were made for the four mentioned groups of animals, at the beginning of the study (R0), after one (R1) and two months (R2). Results: The average values of SOD and GPx in group of animals fed exclusively with cholesterol (C) were significantly higher compared to the third group where cholesterol was supplemented with valine (C + V) or fourth group fed with cholesterol and leucine (C + L) (p < 0.001), after one month as well at the end of the experiment (two months). There were no significant differences in the levels of SOD and GPx between group III and group IV (p < 0.05) at the end of the experiment. Conclusion: Our results showed that valine and leucine decreased the serum levels of SOD and GPx and therefore they were useful antioxidants, which could improve the endothelial dysfunctions associated with atherosclerosis. Moreover, analysis of the oxidative status in the context of atherosclerotic mediated endothelial damage suggests that deviation from normal to alter endothelial status may be conditioned by an oxidants/antioxidants imbalance.
Porosity of Convex Nowhere Dense Subsets of Normed Linear Spaces
Filip Strobin
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/243604
Abstract: This paper is devoted to the following question: how to characterize convex nowhere dense subsets of normed linear spaces in terms of porosity? The motivation for this study originates from papers of V. Olevskii and L. Zajíček, where it is shown that convex nowhere dense subsets of normed linear spaces are porous in some strong senses.
Organized massive forced migration of Serbs from Croatia in 1941
?kiljan Filip
Stanovni?tvo , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/stnv1202001s
Abstract: The author brings forth a range of information on forced migration of the Serb population from the Croatian part of the Independent State of Croatia in 1941 (NDH). Almost one third of the population were Serbs in the NDH. One of the methods of solving “the Serbia issue” in the NDH was migrating the Serbs into Serbia. The other methods were forced conversions of the Serbian population, namely physical killings. The adopted legal provisions made the terror policy over Serbian population legitimate. A conference was held on June 4th in the German legation in Zagreb. At the meeting it was agreed that Slovenians from Styria were to be moved to NDH, and Serbs from the NDH to Serbia. Deportation was to be carried out in three waves. The first wave was to last from June 7th to July 5th and 5000 Slovenian intellectuals from Lower Styria were to be deported directly to Serbia, except for catholic priests who were to be deported to the NDH. Orthodox priests from the NDH were to be deported to Serbia together with their families. In the second wave, lasting from June 10th to August 30th, 25,000 Slovenians from Slovenia were to be deported to the NDH and NDH was to deport just as many Serbs. In the last wave (from September 15th to October 31st), 65,000 Slovenian peasants from the Gorenjska region (Upper Carniola region) were to be deported to the NDH, and NDH was to migrate just as many Serbs to Serbia, as well as 30,000 Serbs whose citizenship was not acknowledged by the NDH. The government of the NDH founded an office for this purpose under the name State Directorate for Renewal. The migration of the Serbs from NDH began in June of 1941. Volunteers from the Salonika Front were then moved from their properties in Slavonia and Srem. Their total number was about 28,000. Then the Orthodox priests were migrated. According to the lists made by the NDH authorities, 327 of them were migrated from the NDH. 104 priests from the Croatian part of NDH were moved away in an organized manner. One part of them managed to escape before they were arrested. The migration of priests was carried out through transit camps in Caprag and Po ega. Massive deportations of the Serbian population through transit camps in Caprag, Bjelovar and Po ega began with the arresting of Serbs in Zagreb in the first half of July 1941, and then continued in other districts of northern Croatia and Bosnia. The total number of migrations in an organized manner from the Croatian part of the NDH up to the beginning of September 1941, according to the name list drawn up in 2012, amounted to 9875 Serbs, although
Components of the affectivity in the personality structure of juvenile delinquent behavior
Miri? Filip
Temida , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/tem1103079m
Abstract: Starting of the enormous influence of affectivity on the psychic life of person, author of the paper analyzed the impact some of its components in the personality structure of juvenile delinquent behavior. This impact is especially visible in adolescence, primarily due to specific psychological characteristics of juvenile with delinquent behavior, which is especially noticed in this paper. Author also analyzed the role of emotions as important components in the genesis of the juvenile delinquency.
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