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New Dendroclimatological Research of Oak (Quercus robur Lat.) in the Area of Šumadija-Central Serbia  [PDF]
Severinikanja
Open Journal of Forestry (OJF) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojf.2019.91001
Abstract: In this scientific paper, a complete field of research will be presented, with a detailed dendroclimatology of work, with final results, and conclusions. The research area is named as: “ROGOT”, and within the Forestry Office “Kragujevac” (Serbia), one of the holdings of J.P. Serbia-Forest. An oak tree (Quercus robur Lat.) will be analyzed, and this 30-tree will be arranged in three experimental fields. It should be emphasized that in each experimental field, 5 trees of generative, and 5 trees of deciduous origin will be analyzed, (10 trees per field, total of 30 trees) in order to exclude the genetic basis of variability. Luznjak’s forests are in a dense garden unit of approximate age close to 80 years, which is a good starting point for dendroclimate analysis. The work also analyzes the density of wood, and it has been proven that the density of wood of oak varies, depending on the climate change. Finally, the most appropriate statistical data processing is done. In the end, it was concluded that the research was successful, and that oak (Quercus robur Lat.) was proved to be an excellent indicator of climate change. Climate change is a very important topic in the world today.
Management of acute heart failure-Is there a paradigm shift around the corner?  [PDF]
C. Pater, T. Severin
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2013.32A001
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It has become increasingly apparent that the looming epidemic of heart failure calls for systematic treatment approaches tailored to the needs of individual patient phenotypes. Although chronic heart failure (CHF) therapies are continuously evolving based on the increasing understanding of the involved etiology, acute heart failure (AHF) therapies are still based on hemodynamic improvements and symptom alleviation. Guidelines on AHF management have highlighted that the currently administered AHF therapies lack evidence and have raised concerns on the safety and efficacy of some of the hitherto accepted treatment modalities. Additionally, the high mortality and morbidity rates associated with the current AHF therapies also add to the imperative need to revisit AHF management. The last decade has witnessed a paradigm shift in the way we define and diagnose AHF. Apart from it being recognized as a distinct clinical entity, research has also led to new data on the pathophysiological changes associated with AHF. These developments along with the limited short- and long-term effects of currently used therapies may herald a paradigm shift in the way we plan and deliver management strategies to treat the pathological progression of heart failure.

Considerations on the Regulation of Arbitration in The New Civil Procedure Code – with Particular Consideration of Institutionalized Arbitration
Adrian Severin
Law Review , 2008,
Abstract: In the following study, the author makes a relatively exhaustive analysis of the provisions of book IV in the new Romanian Civil Procedure Code (Law no. 134/2010, a Code already published (on 15 July 2010) in the Official Journal of Romania, but not yet in force.In this context, the author examines the provisions of “About arbitration” (art. 533 612) in the new Romanian Civil Procedure Code, (with a special focus on the institutionalized commercial arbitration) in relation both to the corresponding provisions in the current Romanian Civil Procedure Code, and to the provisions contained in the Rules of Arbitration of the Court of International Commercial Arbitration attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania.
On some possible features of motion of a polaron in gyrotropic medium
Alexander Severin
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: We predict the possibility of asymmetric dynamics of polaron in gyrotropic medium and give approximate quantitative estimate of the effect.
Deformations of the discrete Heisenberg group
Severin Barmeier
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.3792/pjaa.89.55
Abstract: We study deformations of the discrete Heisenberg group acting properly discontinuously on the Heisenberg group from the left and right and obtain a complete description of the deformation space.
A method of deforming G-structures
Severin Bunk
Mathematics , 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.geomphys.2015.06.006
Abstract: We consider deformations of G-structures via the right action on the frame bundle in a base-point-dependent manner. We investigate which of these deformations again lead to G-structures and in which cases the original and the deformed G-structures define the same instantons. Further, we construct a bijection from connections compatible with the original G-structure to those compatible with the deformed G-structure and investigate the change of intrinsic torsion under the aforementioned deformations. Finally, we consider several examples.
A Gynandromorph of Melanoplus Mexicanus Mexicanus (Saussure)Extreme Migratory Phase (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
H. C. Severin
Psyche , 1955, DOI: 10.1155/1955/74309
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The Problem of the Relationship between Philosophical and Theological Wisdom in the Scholasticism of the 13th and early 14th Centuries
Severin V. Kitanov
Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis , 2011,
Abstract: In the first ordinary question of the secular Oxford theologian Henry of Harclay (ca. 1270–1317), a question dealing with the possibility of accurately predicting the second coming of Christ, we read the following account of a story told by Alexander Neckham (1157–1217), a Christian theologian and Abbot of Cirencester (ca. 1212):We should also look at the remarkable story Alexander Neckham tells in his second book of On the Nature of Things, in the chapter called ‘On the Jealous’. It concerns the evidence for Antichrist’s coming. He writes that Aristotle, the Philosopher, when about to go the way of the flesh, gave instructions that all of his subtlest writings were to be placed with him in his tomb, so that they could be of no use to those who came after him. When he was alive, he fortified a place for his tomb with his own hands so that to this day no one has been able to enter it. This place, Neckham writes, will be given over to Antichrist when he comes. Antichrist, then, will work wonders by means of the cunning inventions (per ingenia subtilia) to be found in Aristotle’s writings, so much so that the foolish will take him for God. At that time, if anyone were to know where Aristotle’s tomb was and were to see it lying open, that person could (if the story is true) argue that Antichrist had come. [Transl. by Edwards & Henninger]The story Henry of Harclay narrates is an excellent illustration of the ambiguity characteristic of the attitude of thirteenth-century university professors toward Aristotle’s recently discovered legacy. On the one hand, one recognizes the immense respect and admiration for Aristotle’s intellectual acumen. On the other hand, one senses the enormous tension between Aristotle’s intellectual universe and the Christian worldview. Alexander Neckham’s2 association of Aristotle’s most sophisticated writings with the deviousness of the Antichrist creates the double impression of Aristotle as an individual of profound but ominous insight.
DEVELOPMENT OF A GENERIC RECOMMENDER SYSTEM
Dan Munteanu,Severin Bumbaru
Annals of Dunarea de Jos , 2004,
Abstract: his paper presents a recommender system for textual documents taken from web (given as bookmarks). The system uses for classification a combination of content, event and collaborative filters and for recommendation a modified Pearson-r algorithm. It uses implicit and explicit feedback for evaluating documents.
Classification process in a text document recommender system
Dan MUNTEANU,Severin BUMBARU
Annals of Dunarea de Jos , 2005,
Abstract: This paper presents the classification process in a recommender system used for textual documents taken especially from web. The system uses in the classification process a combination of content filters, event filters and collaborative filters and it uses implicit and explicit feedback for evaluating documents.
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