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Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, the standards of living conditions are defined by the current financial and economic situation. It has impacts on the smallest details of everyday life as well as on residential purchases and constructions also. These are the sectors that mainly felt the lack of funding in the recent years. Although the treatment of this problem should be a simple answer, ecological, economical and social factors generate a more difficult solution. A very important issue in today’s society concerns making the use of the un-preferred living spaces within an existing home. There are many types of these living spaces, including for example out-of-date country buildings that have lost their function, or a variety of apartments in the cities. It became clear that living in prefabricated (panel) buildings is the most undesirable for the population, so the biggest part of the research is about the theoretical rehabilitation of these buildings.

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of fiber-surface treatment on the mechanical properties of jute-polypropylene composites, Composites Part A , Vol. 28, 1997 pp. 1001–1005. Bledzki A. K. The influence of fiber

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treatment, Sewer networks 1, Design of sewer systems, Bratislava , Slovenská Technická Univerzita v Bratislave, 2004 . [5] Arora A. S

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drainage in a pulsed limestone bed treatment system at the Friendship Hill National Historical Site, Pennsylvania, USA, Appl. Geochem , Vol. 18, 2003 pp. 1705–1721. Belkin H. E

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Demidova O., Cherp A. Risk assessment for improved treatment of health considerations in EIA, Environmental Impact Assessment Review , Vol. 25, No. 4, 2005, pp. 411–429. Cherp A. Risk

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Geotechnique 2000 50 689 698 Greenwood D. A. Kirsch K. Specialist ground treatment by vibratory

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dynamics for improving the design and operation of water and wastewater treatment plants, Water Science and Technology Vol. 40, No. 4–5, 1999, pp. 81–90. Buckley C. A. The use of

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of 2004 about the investments in the sewerage networks and wastewater treatment of the capital and major cities, www.epito.bme.hu/vcst/oktatas/feltoltesek/…/kvvm_tajekoztato.doc , (last visited: 29 May, 2010

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The study of respiratory forms a major application and publication in the medical field. It characterizes the abnormalities in the breathing pattern, which assists in selecting the appropriate treatment methods. In some cases, respiratory characteristics unravel and point out potential diseases. A medical team gathered data from randomly selected recruits. A huge dataset was prepared, which capture the volume and velocity of the breathed air from the target recruits. This paper presents the results of carrying out some of the signal processing, dimension reduction, and data mining techniques over this dataset. In particular, convolution filter, singular value decomposition and density-based spatial clustering of applications with noise were applied. Inhaling behaviors have been categorized into nine groups but with stochastic noise. Some of the groups are big enough and distinguishable to evaluate with the use of eight types of inhalers the model for velocity versus volume of inhaling. Results will be considered by the medical team for choosing the appropriate inhaler out of five types of inhalers appropriate for each group.

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] Pernyeszi J. , Gerlei I. , Melenyecz J. Exceprts from military water treatment research (in years of 1970 and 1980), with special regard to the reverse osmosis, Part I , (in Hungarian), Haditechnika , Vol. 51

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