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In determining the enterprise value is assessed, are taken into account all areas that help to generate future profits in the ntreprindrii evaluated, respectively. In this respect, a special role is managerial decision.This is the main tool to achieve business objectives, which should be based on past actual situation of the enterprise, the current existing ralitatile on forecasting ability, but also work with other specialisti.Rezultatele assessment is an important source of decision management.

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Use by individuals and businesses resulting in reduced cash cards in circulation, the corresponding increase in transfer payments and payments accounts also limit exchange risks and make effective use of currency. As a result, we have the effect of reducing cash in circulation. These advantages are also available for businesses and for banks and leads to favorable effects on import-export business. Following this, banks can diversify our products, so to meet customers' new products.

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The historical investigation of the patterns of secularization entails the analysis of a complex dimension with a variety of different levels: religious, mental, intellectual, cultural, social, and political. The great divisions within Christianity produced in the second millennium would give birth to many different religious Europes and to many different ways of living among Christians. If secularization meant turning from the sky to worldly affairs, secularization meant the separation of the Christian religions and churches from the political and institutional practices that brought about new ways of thinking about the sacred. In this context, multidisciplinary research analyzes great continuities, but also breaking points, strong points but also weak ones, from which historical societies have suffered.

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The historical investigation of the patterns of secularization entails the analysis of a complex dimension with a variety of different levels: religious, mental, intellectual, cultural, social, and political. The great divisions within Christianity produced in the second millennium would give birth to many different religious Europes and to many different ways of living among Christians. If secularization meant turning from the sky to worldly affairs, secularization meant the separation of the Christian religions and churches from the political and institutional practices that brought about new ways of thinking about the sacred. In this context, multidisciplinary research analyzes great continuities, but also breaking points, strong points but also weak ones, from which historical societies have suffered.

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Let M of real dimension 2n-1 be a compact, orientable, weakly pseudoconvex manifold of dimension at least five, embedded in C^N (n less than or equal to N), of codimension one or more in C^N, and endowed with the induced CR structure. We show the tangential Cauchy-Riemann operator has closed range on such a manifold M, hence we get global existence and regularity results for the \bar\partial_b problem. We also show the middle (i.e. corresponding to (p,q) forms for q between 1 and n-2) \bar\partial_b cohomology groups of M with respect to L^2, Sobolev s, and smooth coefficients are finite and isomorphic to each other. The results are obtained by microlocalization using a new type of weight function called strongly CR plurisubharmonic.

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We consider a condition for non-degenerate commuting squares of matrix algebras (finite dimensional von Neumann algebras) called the \emph{span condition}, which in the case of the $n$-dimensional standard spin models is shown to be satisfied if and only if $n$ is prime. We prove that the commuting squares satisfying the span condition are isolated among all commuting squares (modulo isomorphisms). In particular, they are finiteley many for any fixed dimension. Also, we give a conceptual proof of previous constructions of certain one-parameter families of biunitaries.

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The most challenging issues related to manufacturing efficiency occur if the jobs to be sched-uled are structurally different, if these jobs allow flexible routings on the equipments and mul-tiple objectives are required. This framework, called Multi-objective Flexible Job Shop Scheduling Problems (MOFJSSP), applicable to many real processes, has been less reported in the literature than the JSSP framework, which has been extensively formalized, modeled and analyzed from many perspectives. The MOFJSSP lie, as many other NP-hard problems, in a tedious place where the vast optimization theory meets the real world context. The paper brings to discussion the most optimization models suited to MOFJSSP and analyzes in detail the genetic algorithms and agent-based models as the most appropriate procedural models.

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We construct new pairs of orthogonal maximal abelian $*$-subalgebras of $M_6(\mathbb C)$, by classifying all self-adjoint complex Hadamard matrices of order 6. In particular, we exhibit a non-affine one-parameter family of non-equivalent Hadamard matrices of order 6. In the last part of the paper we present other previously unknown examples of complex Hadamard matrices of higher orders.

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The D'Angelo finite type is shown to be equivalent to the Kohn finite ideal type on smooth, pseudoconvex domains in complex n space. This is known as the Kohn Conjecture. The argument uses Catlin's notion of a boundary system as well as methods from subanalytic and semialgebraic geometry. When a subset of the boundary contains only two level sets of the Catlin multitype, a lower bound for the subelliptic gain in the \bar\partial-Neumann problem is obtained in terms of the D'Angelo type, the dimension of the ambient space, and the level of forms.

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The equivalence of the Kohn finite ideal type and the D'Angelo finite type with the subellipticity of the $\bar\partial$-Neumann problem is extended to pseudoconvex domains in $C^n$ whose defining function is in a Denjoy-Carleman quasianalytic class closed under differentiation. The proof involves algebraic geometry over a ring of germs of Denjoy-Carleman quasianalytic functions that is not known to be Noetherian and that is intermediate between the ring of germs of real-analytic functions and the ring of germs of smooth functions. It is also shown that this type of ring of germs of Denjoy-Carleman functions satisfies the $\sqrt{acc}$ property, one of the strongest properties a non-Noetherian ring could possess.