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Sequence stratigraphic dictionary
Rastislav Synak
Acta Geologica Slovaca , 2010,
Abstract: Sequence stratigraphy represents the study of cyclic sedimentary patterns within the stratigraphic succession, as they form in response to various factors, such as fluctuations in sea level (fall or rise), tectonics, and variations in sediment supply or space available for sediment to accumulate. Depositional sequence is the fundamental stratal unit of sequence stratigraphy, bounded by subaerial unconformities. It represents the final depositional unit of one full cycle of sea level changes and it consists of subdivisions called systems tracts, which are defined on the basis of internal stratal stacking patterns, position within the sequence and types of bounding surfaces.
Modelling of sedimentary architecture using the SedPak software – a case study of the Upper Badenian sediments (Vienna Basin)
Rastislav Synak
Acta Geologica Slovaca , 2009,
Abstract: SedPak software provides a conceptual framework for modeling the sedimentary fill of basins by visualizing stratal geometries as they are produced between sequence boundaries. It is designed to model and reconstruct clastic and carbonate sediment geometries which are produced as a response to changing rates of tectonic movements, eustasy, and sedimentation. The simulation enables the evolution of the sedimentary fill of a basin to be tracked, defines the chronostratigraphic framework for the deposition of these sediments, and illustrates the relationship between sequences and systems. The possibilities of use the SedPak software to simulate infilling of a sedimentary basin and to demonstrate the basics principles of sequence stratigraphy are shown on the example of Upper Badenian deposits in the Vienna Basin.
Dominant events in the northern Danube Basin palaeogeography – a tool for specification of the Upper Miocene and Pliocene stratigraphy
Michal Ková?,Rastislav Synak,Klement Fordinál,Peter Joniak
Acta Geologica Slovaca , 2010,
Abstract: Late Neogene palaeogeography and geodynamics of the Danube Basin is characterized by wide rifting of the back arc basin, its gradual infill, followed by the Pliocene uplift and denudation. Basin development is well recorded in its sedimentary succession, where three 3rd order sequence stratigraphy cycles were documented. DB1 cycle comprising the Lower and Middle Pannonian sediments (A – E zones sensu Papp, 1951) deposited in time span 11.6 – (9.7?) 8.9 Ma is represented in Slovakia by the Ivanka and Beladice formations, in Hungary (where the formations are defined as appearance of sedimentary facies in time and space) the equivalents are: deepwater setting marls, clays and sandy turbidites of the Endr d and Szolnok formations, towards overlying strata by deposits of the basin palaeoslope or delta-slope represented by the Algy Formation and the final shallow water setting deposits of marches, lagoons, coastal and delta plain built up by clays, sands with coal seams, represented by the újfalu Formation. DB2 cycle comprises the Upper Pannonian sediments of the Danube Basin (F, G & H zones sensu Papp, 1951) deposited in time span (9.7?) 8.9 – 6.3? Ma and is represented by the uppermost part of the Beladice and Volkovce formations, in Hungary by the Zagyva Formation. Sedimentary environment can be characterized as alluvial – with wide range of facies – from fluvial, deltaic, ephemeral lake to marches and dry land deposits. DB3 cycle comprises the Pliocene sediments of the Danube Basin Slovak part represented by the Kolárovo Formation, dated 4.1? – 2.6 Ma. The formation was deposited in fluvial to lake, and alluvial environment.
Classical information deficit and monotonicity on local operations
Barbara Synak,Michal Horodecki
Mathematics , 2004, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/37/47/015
Abstract: We investigate classical information deficit: a candidate for measure of classical correlations emerging from thermodynamical approach initiated in [Phys. Rev. Lett 89, 180402]. It is defined as a difference between amount of information that can be concentrated by use of LOCC and the information contained in subsystems. We show nonintuitive fact, that one way version of this quantity can increase under local operation, hence it does not possess property required for a good measure of classical correlations. Recently it was shown by Igor Devetak, that regularised version of this quantity is monotonic under LO. In this context, our result implies that regularization plays a role of "monotoniser".
Automatizations processes influence on organizations structure
Vace? Rastislav
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2003,
Abstract: Has been influenced organization structure on processes? If yes, what is the rate? Is approach toward organization structures bordered by aspect of hierarchy? On these and same questions replay that contribution which in detail sight describe uncertainty managing of process in dependence on the type of organization structure.
Analysis of material flow of MECOM, a. s. Humenné, with reference to time, quality and quantity of processed raw material
Vace? Rastislav
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2001,
Abstract: If we want that our companies meet criteria of future develepment trends of world economy, we must radically change, we can say, leave old principles of operating and management and acquire absolutely new models. Models BPR (Business Process Reengineering), that is a part of ITQM (Integrated Total Quality Management),in these tendencies are appearing to be very positive. So as to put these changes into practice, we need fully to know structure of organisation and internal progresses in organisation and management in context with external enviroment.Preparation for realization of reengineering processes requires detailed analysis of micrologistics of material flow in food processing company MECOM, a. s., Humenné too. This analysis in primary stage follows movement of basic raw material through particular departmetns of purchase, production and distribution, where it specificaly deals with these processes in looking at time, quality and quantity, based on a need to keep priority order.Logistic coordination and synchronisation of material flow, information flow and flow of finances,have an impact on company and can resolve conflict of partial targets of individual divisions which are very varied and often opposite.Entire synchronisation of these single aims isn′t possible, partial accommodation is achieveable only. The task of logistics in this company is to amend opposite partial aims, in priority order to achieve the one mutual target for all departments of company. This target presents total satisfaction of wants of consumers, achieveable by common fulfilment of performance and economical destination.
The Parametric Model for PLC Reference Chanells and its Verification in Real PLC Environment
Rastislav Roka
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2008,
Abstract: For the expansion of PLC systems, it is necesssary to have a detailed knowledge of the PLC transmission channel properties. This contribution shortly discusses characteristics of the PLC environment and a classification of PLC transmission channels. A main part is focused on the parametric model for PLC reference channels and its verification in the real PLC environment utilizing experimental measurements.
Analysis of Labour Market Indicators in Slovakia
Kotuli? Rastislav
Journal of Competitiveness , 2011,
Abstract: One of the prerequisites for the creation of employment opportunities is the overall conditions of a country’s economy. However, this prerequisite is not the only requirement that guarantees an increase in employment. The factors that influence the rate of employment are connected with the entrepreneurial environment of a country. The entrepreneurial environment is one of the basic factors that contribute to the creation of work opportunities in a market economy. This paper points to the fact that, future growth of the employment rate will be connected to the quality of the workforce as well as the renewed economic-political concept with a priority on the knowledge economy based on learning competences.
The Role of National Identity in Integration Processes
Rastislav Kazanskэ
European Researcher , 2012,
Abstract: At the time of close cooperation between the V4 countries, new ideas for cooperation not only in political, economic and cultural areas, but also in the areas aimed at maintenance and improvement the situation in some counties of Central Europe are emerging. Thus, when the conflict and coexistence situations are mentioned, they can be regarded as an institutional mechanism, an example and a possible inspiration both to Central Europe and Eastern block countries. In the article the Author tries to ruin the ideas of formation the separate nations (not in current relations only), prospects for further cooperation and maintenance of cultural and political diversity in Europe
Marketing Promotion and Distribution of Project within Private and Public Sphere
Rastislav Kerul
Contemporary Economics , 2008,
Abstract: The topic of marketing implementation within project management is out of interest of many authors. There are a few literature sources related to the theme. Our science interest is to analyze and outline the main possibilities of marketing conception implementation within project realization in order to make their distribution and promotion effective to reach the target groups and publics. We try to describe main basis of marketing perspective in managing projects in relation to target groups, to which the project would be defined and it would reach it directly or indirectly. The main aim of the study is to analyze the possibilities of project preparation and implementation with the support of direct and effective marketing mix with emphasis on promotion and distribution policy. The project would be seen as a product within this marketing mix and the price is not considered to be that interesting as it is given by the national law and concrete priority call. The communication policy as well as distribution strategy must be designed in relation to expectations and needs of target groups which might vary in their age, sex, life standard, demography characteristics, etc.
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