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Aurel Codoban, Sacru si ontofanie. Pentru o nou filosofie a religiilor/ The Sacred and Ontophany. For a New Philosophy of Religions
Marius Nica
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2003,
Abstract: Aurel Codoban, Sacru si ontofanie. Pentru o nou filosofie a religiilor (The Sacred and Ontophany. For a New Philosophy of Religions) Ed. Polirom, Iasi, 1998
Aurel Codoban -Sacru si ontofanie. Pentru o nou filosofie a religiilor (The Sacred and Ontophany. For a New Philosophy of Religions )
Nica Marius
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2003,
Abstract: Review.
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Ever since Romania started its transition in the 1990s, it consistently scored poorly in various comparative performance assessments aimed at rating developing countries. In this paperwe analyze whether Romania has managed to overcome the transition period or not, by pointing out both the drawbacks as well as the progress that has been made over the transition period, but mostof all since our accession to the European Union in 2007. We discuss the concept of good governance for a new EU member state, by focusing on the state of public governance in Romania, but also addressing the other two important actors in the society, the private sector and the civil society.
Quantum critical Kondo destruction in the Bose-Fermi Kondo model with a local transverse field
Emilian Marius Nica,Kevin Ingersent,Jian-Xin Zhu,Qimiao Si
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Recent studies of the global phase diagram of quantum-critical heavy-fermion metals prompt consideration of the interplay between the Kondo interactions and quantum fluctuations of the local moments alone. Toward this goal, we study a Bose-Fermi Kondo model (BFKM) with Ising anisotropy in the presence of a local transverse field that generates quantum fluctuations in the local-moment sector. We apply the numerical renormalization-group method to the case of a sub-Ohmic bosonic bath exponent and a constant conduction-electron density of states. Starting in the Kondo phase at zero transverse-field, there is a smooth crossover with increasing transverse field from a fully screened to a fully polarized impurity spin. By contrast, if the system starts in its localized phase, then increasing the transverse field causes a continuous, Kondo-destruction transition into the partially polarized Kondo phase. The critical exponents at this quantum phase transition exhibit hyperscaling and take essentially the same values as those of the BFKM in zero transverse field. The many-body spectrum at criticality varies continuously with the bare transverse field, indicating a line of critical points. We discuss implications of these results for the global phase diagram of the Kondo lattice model.
Exploring the Nature of Information Systems Development Methodology: A Synthesized View Based on a Literature Review  [PDF]
Daniela Mihailescu, Marius Mihailescu
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.32033
Abstract: New Information Systems Development Methodologies (ISDMs) are suggested in the belief that their deployment would be beneficial to consultants in their work. A large number of ISDMs already exist but their value has been questioned and at the same time new methodologies continue to be introduced in an attempt to support and improve the practice of information systems development work. What is not always clear from current studies is that ISDM is a multi-perspective and cross-discipline phenomenon. Although a large amount of knowledge of ISDM is available, different disciplinary interests have resulted in fragmented assessments of it. This paper intends to identify theoretical perspectives applied in the conceptualization of ISDM. A review of the literature on ISDM was conducted and four different theoretical perspectives were identified: 1) system, 2) structure, 3) innovation, and 4) knowledge. While each perspective provides various overarching depictions of ISDM, the synthesized view of ISDM provided in this study reveals the complexities and ambiguities of a multifaceted phenomenon such as ISDM. Suggestions for an alternative conceptualization of ISDM are provided in an attempt to facilitate the investigation of ISDM.
Quantum Tic-Tac-Toe: A Genuine Probabilistic Approach  [PDF]
Marius Nagy, Naya Nagy
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.331243
Abstract: We propose a quantum version of Tic-Tac-Toe which accurately reflects the inherent probabilistic nature of the measurement principle in quantum mechanics. We then formulate a quantum strategy which allows a quantum player to consistently win over a classical player, with a certain probability. This result can be seen as another proof of the superior computational power of a quantum system with respect to a classical one. Our investigation also reveals that the non-determinism and complexity introduced by the principles of quantum mechanics into even the most simple games make brute-force strategies considerably more difficult to implement. Consequently, games in which machines have gained the upper hand over humans may be made fair again by upgrading them to a quantum level.
On a Discrete Version of the Mohr-Mascheroni Theorem  [PDF]
Marius Munteanu, Laura Munteanu
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/am.2013.411A4002

We introduce a new geometric tool called n-compass and show that the famous theorem of Mascheroni and Mohr remains valid if the traditional compass is replaced by the newly introduced tool.

Rational Equiangular Polygons  [PDF]
Marius Munteanu, Laura Munteanu
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/am.2013.410197

The main purpose of this note is to investigate equiangular polygons with rational edges. When the number of edges is the power of a prime, we determine simple, necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of such polygons. As special cases of our investigations, we settle two conjectures involving arithmetic polygons.

Local exact controllability of the diffusion equation in one dimension
Marius Beceanu
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2003, DOI: 10.1155/s1085337503303033
Abstract: This paper establishes the local exact null controllability of the diffusion equation in one dimension using distributed controls in the case of the Dirichlet boundary value problem. Most of the techniques used in the course of the proof are borrowed from Barbu (2002).
Dani l 2 as satire
Marius Nel
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2012,
Abstract: Daniel 2 as satire. Readers use intuitive and acquired knowledge about genres in interpreting what they read and hear, underlining the importance of establishing the genre of a specific piece of literature. The genre of the tales in the Book of Daniel (1–6) has been researched over a long period, without leading to a consensus. In this article it is suggested that the genre of the tales in Daniel may be described in terms of satire, used as a means of resistance to foreign political oppression. Especially humor and irony are utilised in the satire to describe Jewish perception of the oppression and oppressor, and to make suggestions for acting in the crisis situation of Antiochus’ suppression of the Jewish religion. This is demonstrated in terms of the tale in Daniel 2, and specifically in the depiction of the indirect characters in the tale – the God of the Jews in Daniel 2, in contrast to the powerlessness of the gods of the mighty heathen king. In this way the true nature of Jewish oppression is pictured in a humorous way when the Babylonian gods are at the mercy of the Jewish God. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 68(1), 2012
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