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Szemléletváltás a budapesti bérházépítésben

avagy Újlipótváros mint az új városépítészeti paradigmák helyszíne

Changing Approaches in Multi-Storey Rental Housing,

or Újlipótváros as the Location of New Urban Design Paradigms
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Authors: Körner Zsuzsa and Kissfazekas Kornélia

A budapesti bérházépítés során a volumenközpontú szabályozástól a korszerű lakóháztervezési elvek felé történő elmozdulás folyamata felölelte a 20. század első harmadát. A tanulmány ezt az időszakot kívánja megvilágítani, az átmeneti időszak általános városépítészeti szemléletváltásainak, főbb jellemzőinek, és az ezek nyomán kialakuló beépítési mód változásainak a bemutatásával. A folyamatot a városépítészeti szempontból példaértékűnek tekintett Újlipótváros néhány tömbjének részletesebb elemzése illusztrálja, melyek kutatási alapját eredeti térképi anyagok és korabeli szakmai publikációk képezik.

In multi-storey rental housing in Budapest the first third of the 20th century was characterized by a transition from quantity-centered regulation to modern principles of residential house planning. The study seeks to shed light on this period by presenting attitude changes in general urban design in the transitional period, as well as their main characteristics and resulting development patterns. The process is illustrated by a more detailed analysis of some blocks in Újlipótváros considered exemplary from the point of view of urban planning, based on original maps and contemporary professional publications.

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Physiology International
Authors: M. Fekete, V. Fazekas-Pongor, P. Balazs, S. Tarantini, G. Szollosi, J. Pako, A.N. Nemeth, and J.T. Varga

Abstract

Background

Pathological alterations in nutritional status may develop in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients through production of inflammatory cytokines and inadequate diet.

Objective

The aim of our study was to determine the correlation between nutritional status and quality of life of COPD patients.

Methods

We evaluated the nutritional status of COPD patients of Hungarian National Koranyi Institute for Pulmonology using the Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool (MUST) and bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) between January 1 and June 1, 2019. Lung function, physical fitness, and respiratory muscle strength were included in the assessment.

Results

Fifty patients (mean age was 66.3 ± 9.6 years) participated in our study. Mean body mass index (BMI) was 26.2 ± 6.1 kg/m2 and mean fat-free mass index (FFMI) was 16.8 ± 2.4 kg/m2. Overweight patients had better lung function values (FEV1ref%: 46.3 ± 15.2) than normal (FEV1ref%: 45.1 ± 20.9) and underweight patients (FEV1ref%: 43.8 ± 16.0). The Modified Medical Research Council Dyspnea Scale (mMRC) was significantly associated with various parameters; strongest correlation was found with FFMI (r = −0.537, P < 0.001), skeletal muscle mass index (SMMI) (r = −0.530, P < 0.001), and 6-minute walking distance (6MWD) (r = −0.481, P < 0.001).

Conclusions

Our results indicate that malnourished COPD patients may have reduced lung function and lower quality of life compared to normal weight patients. Thus, our findings suggest that nutritional therapy be included in the treatment of COPD patients combined with nutritional risk screening and BIA during the follow-up.

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Fifty years ago P. Erdős and A. Rényi published their famous paper on the new law of large numbers. In this survey, we describe numerous results and achievements which are related with this paper or motivated by it during these years.

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We introduce a new subgroup embedding property in a finite group called s -semipermutability. Suppose that G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G. H is said to be s -semipermutable in G if there exists a subnormal subgroup K of G such that G = HK and H ∩ K is s-semipermutable in G. We fix in every non-cyclic Sylow subgroup P of G some subgroup D satisfying 1 < |D| < |P | and study the structure of G under the assumption that every subgroup H of P with |H | = |D| is s -semipermutable in G. Some recent results are generalized and unified.

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Physiology International
Authors: Katsuyuki Tokinoya, Seiko Ono, Kai Aoki, Koki Yanazawa, Yasuhiro Shishikura, Takehito Sugasawa, and Kazuhiro Takekoshi

Abstract

Introduction

Exercise training is beneficial for reducing obesity. In particular, exercise training can lower the catecholamine concentration in circulation. Renalase, whose expression was first confirmed in the kidneys, is a physiologically active substance that decomposes circulating catecholamines; additionally, it has been reported to be present in the skeletal muscles. The aim of this study was to clarify the expression of renalase in the skeletal muscles and kidneys after high-intensity exercise training in obese mice.

Material and methods

The mice were divided into four groups: normal diet and sedentary, normal diet and exercise training, high-fat diet and sedentary, and high-fat diet and exercise training, and the test was performed for 8 weeks.

Results

Body weight and skeletal muscle wet weight were reduced by high-fat diet intake but were rescued by training. Skeletal muscle renalase gene expression was significantly increased by exercise training. However, in the kidneys the gene expression of renalase was significantly increased by high-fat diet intake and exercise training. No significant changes were observed in the gene expression of catecholamine-degrading enzymes, catechol-O-methyltransferase and monoamine oxidase A and B.

Conclusion

We demonstrated that exercise training increased the gene expression of renalase in the skeletal muscles and kidneys, thus lowering circulating catecholamine levels. This may lead to amelioration of obesity as catecholamines are lipolytic.

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In this article, we study ideals in residuated lattice and present a characterization theorem for them. We investigate some related results between the obstinate ideals and other types of ideals of a residuated lattice, likeness Boolean, primary, prime, implicative, maximal and ʘ-prime ideals. Characterization theorems and extension property for obstinate ideal are stated and proved. For the class of ʘ-residuated lattices, by using the ʘ-prime ideals we propose a characterization, and prove that an ideal is an ʘ-prime ideal iff its quotient algebra is an ʘ-residuated lattice. Finally, by using ideals, the class of Noetherian (Artinian) residuated lattices is introduced and Cohen’s theorem is proved.

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We pose an interpolation problem for the space of bounded analytic functions in the disk. The interpolation is performed by a function and its di˛erence of values in points whose subscripts are related by an increasing application. We impose that the data values satisfy certain conditions related to the pseudohyperbolic distance, and characterize interpolating sequences in terms of uniformly separated subsequences.

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In this paper, we investigate the infiuence of nearly s-semipermutable subgroups on the structure of finite groups. Several recent results from the literature are improved and generalized.

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We exhibit some explicit continued fraction expansions and their representation series in different fields. Some of these continued fractions have a type of symmetry, known as folding symmetry. We will extracted those whose are specialized.

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We study the polynomial entropy of the logistic map depending on a parameter, and we calculate it for almost all values of the parameter. We show that polynomial entropy distinguishes systems with a low complexity (i.e. for which the topological entropy vanishes).

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