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Review on international conference: 6th International conference: Economic integrations, competition and cooperation
Vinko Kandija,Alen Host
Zbornik Radova Ekonomskog Fakulteta u Rijeci : ?asopis za Ekonomsku Teoriju i Praksu , 2007,
Internal Marketing and Schools: The Slovenian Case Study
Vinko Logaj,Anita Trnavcevic
Managing Global Transitions , 2006,
Abstract: Schools in Slovenia are expected to address and respond to the changing environment. Breaking through the rigidity of traditions is a complex process. Internal marketing can be used for doing this. It is a process that focuses on teachers and students in order to increase effectiveness and efficiency of schools and also the level of satisfaction of ‘school customers’. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the elements of internal marketing which are essential for teacher and customer satisfaction and to indicate opportunities for the implementation of internal marketing philosophy and related strategies in Slovenian schools. The paper provides a theoretical framework, an analysis of the Slovenian legal framework and the results of the case study conducted in a grammar school. Data were collected through a group interview, a questionnaire and individual in-depth interviews. The findings show that although the concept of internal marketing is unknown to the participants in the study, its philosophy and focus are present in the school.
Primarna recikla a komunalnog otpada u Gradu Zagrebu
Vinko VU?I?
Polimeri , 2004,
Polimerne prevlake: osvrt na mnogobrojne mogu nosti i na ine primjene / Polymer coatings: A review of numerous possibilities and application techniques
Polimeri , 2005,
Abstract: Za titne prevlake bez sumnje su najra ireniji proizvod za za titu od korozije. Koriste se za dugotrajnu za titu razli itih konstrukcija u dugom nizu korozijski agresivnih okoli a, po ev i od atmosferskog izlaganja pa sve do najzahtjevnijih eksploatacijskih uvjeta u postrojenjima kemijske industrije. injenica da za titne prevlake, koje ine vrlo malen udjel u ukupnom volumenu cijele konstrukcije, uvaju njezin integritet i osiguravaju mogu nost neometane eksploatacije, dovoljno govori o njihovoj va nosti. U radu su prikazani najva niji postupci nano enja polimernih prevlaka, koje se u posljednje vrijeme sve vi e primjenjuju u gotovo svim podru jima, to se mo e objasniti intenzivnim razvojem novih polimernih materijala za prevlake, unapre ivanjem tehnologija nano enja te, u najve oj mjeri, ekolo kim prednostima tih postupaka. Tako er, u radu su dani mnogobrojni primjeri uporabe polimernih prevlaka za razna industrijska podru ja. / Protective coatings are without any doubt most used products for corrosion protection. They are used for long-term protection of various structures in different corrosive environments - from atmospheric exposure to the most demanding conditions in chemical plants. The fact that protective coatings have a very small volume in comparison with the volume of the whole structure and yet preserve the integrity of the structure and make possible their exploitation without any problem in an optimal way is a clean indication of the importance of protective coatings. The present paper describes the most important processes of applying polymer coatings. Their use is increasing in almost any market area, which can be explained by the rapid development of new polymer materials for coatings, improved technologies of application, and, mostly, the ecological benefits of these processes. Numerous examples of the use of polymer coatings are reviewed for various industrial fields.
icelovo troknji je (Povijest hrvatske knji evnosti, I-III, Naklada Ljevak, Zagreb 2004-2005)
Vinko Bre?i?
Radovi Zavoda za Znanstveni Rad Vara?din , 2006,
asopis i periodizacija
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Radovi Zavoda za Znanstveni Rad Vara?din , 2007,
Abstract: Hrvatska se knji evnost naj e e dijeli na stariju i noviju, tj. do- i poslijepreporodnu. Razlozi ovakve podjele uglavnom su jezi na, pravopisna i knji evna integracija pod hrvatskim imenom. Autor uvodi i etvrti kriterij, a to je periodika koja autonomnim medijsko-recepcijskim na elima proizvodi novi model kulture, s njome i knji evnosti.
Measuring Expansion Velocities in Type II-P Supernovae
K. Takats,J. Vinko
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2011.19921.x
Abstract: We estimate photospheric velocities of Type II-P supernovae using model spectra created with SYNOW, and compare the results with those obtained by more conventional techniques, such as cross-correlation, or measuring the absorption minimum of P Cygni features. Based on a sample of 81 observed spectra of 5 SNe, we show that SYNOW provides velocities that are similar to ones obtained by more sophisticated NLTE modeling codes, but they can be derived in a less computation-intensive way. The estimated photospheric velocities (v_model) are compared to ones measured from Doppler-shifts of the absorption minima of the Hbeta and the FeII \lambda5169 features. Our results confirm that the FeII velocities (v_Fe) have tighter and more homogeneous correlation with the estimated photospheric velocities than the ones measured from Hbeta, but both suffer from phase-dependent systematic deviations from those. The same is true for comparison with the cross-correlation velocities. We verify and improve the relations between v_Fe, v_Hbeta and v_model in order to provide useful formulae for interpolating/extrapolating the velocity curves of Type II-P SNe to phases not covered by observations. We also discuss the implications of our results for the distance measurements of Type II-P SNe, and show that the application of the model velocities is preferred in the Expanding Photosphere Method.
Preferential attachment with information filtering - node degree probability distribution properties
Hrvoje Stefancic,Vinko Zlatic
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1016/j.physa.2004.09.050
Abstract: A network growth mechanism based on a two-step preferential rule is investigated as a model of network growth in which no global knowledge of the network is required. In the first filtering step a subset of fixed size $m$ of existing nodes is randomly chosen. In the second step the preferential rule of attachment is applied to the chosen subset. The characteristics of thus formed networks are explored using two approaches: computer simulations of network growth and a theoretical description based on a master equation. The results of the two approaches are in excellent agreement. Special emphasis is put on the investigation of the node degree probability distribution. It is found that the tail of the distribution has the exponential form given by $exp(-k/m)$. Implications of the node degree distribution with such tail characteristics are briefly discussed.
Alternative methods in toxicology: pre-validated and validated methods
Helena Kandárová, , Silvia Leta iová
Interdisciplinary Toxicology , 2011, DOI: 10.2478/v10102-011-0018-6
Abstract: The development of alternative methods to animal experimentation has progressed rapidly over the last 20 years. Today, in vitro and in silico methods have an important role in the hazard identification and assessment of toxicology profile of compounds. Advanced alternative methods and their combinations are also used for safety assessment of final products. Several alternative methods, which were scientifically validated and accepted by competent regulatory bodies, can be used for regulatory toxicology purposes, thus reducing or fully replacing living animals in toxicology experimentation. The acceptance of the alternative methods as valuable tools of modern toxicology has been recognized by regulators, including OECD, FDA and EPA. This paper provides a brief overview of the topic "alternative methods in toxicology" and focuses on pre-validated and validated alternative methods and their position in the modern toxicology.
TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin , 2005,
Abstract: Objective: Suicide is a complex phenomenon associated with pyschological, biological and social factors. Suicide has been reported as the second or third most common cause of death in children and adolescents worldwide. Suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents will be discussed in the frame of motivational definition. Method: Published research studies and reviews on children and adolescent suicides have been reviewed. Furthermore, classical papers have been searched to obtain knowledge about suicide behavior. Results: It is reported that firearms have been the most important effect in adolescent suicide. Both fatal and nonfatal suicidal behaviors have been linked consistently to negative parent-child relationships, depression, substance use, overall number of life stressors, gender and impulsive behaviors. Discussion: Future efforts to investigate suicidal behavior should use new research methodologies that may lead to identification of the interactions between environmental factors and constitutional and biological factors that are associated with risk for suicidal behavior.
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