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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Ahmed S. Al-Zuhairi, Alaa H. Altimimy, Ali T. Al-Aqbi, and Hazim M. Al-Kargole

, “ “Connectivity and Coverage Preserving Schemes for Surveillance Applications in WSN”, School of Computer Science, Jaypee University of Informational Technology ,” Int. J. Comp. Appl. ( 0975 – 8887 ) vol. 50 , no. 19 , July 2012 . [6] R. Ali , “Abstract

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Patrik Márk Máder, Dorottya Szilágyi, and Olivér Rák

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Information-based modeling technology is supported by advanced information technology solutions in the building industry. The integration of its methodology into construction and design processes is already going on. However, many areas still have development possibilities; for instance, building surveys belong to these fields. Countless survey tools and methodologies endeavor to support and ease the work of professionals in design and construction, yet there is a need for comprehensive collaboration. This could be promoted by creating a direct link between survey tools and architectural design software.

This article demonstrates a tool under development that intends to provide a solution to this issue.

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Tamás A. M. The architecture of recession, New tendencies in architectural planning, Habilitation Thesis, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Pécs, Hungary, 21 st

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Generally, engineering projects are getting bigger and bigger and more complex to handle. Due to the developments of information technology, managers have the opportunity to plan the execution of their projects and calculate the critical paths of those projects precisely, regardless of the types and sizes of their projects. However, these indicators are not realistic; in many cases the predetermined partial-deadlines cannot be kept, therefore the end of the project must be postponed. The aim of the research is to modify the inputs of the critical path method with the application of fuzzy values. The use of fuzzy values in business planning can support project managers in building the uncertainty factor into their model.

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Dietary fibres (DFs) are essential components of the balanced diet. Even though the adequate level of their consumption can be ensured from several natural (e.g. fruit, vegetables, legumes) and ‘artificial’ sources (e.g. functional foods), the consumed levels are below the recommendations. To analyse the Hungarian and Romanian consumers’ knowledge level, their perceptions of the health benefits associated with fibre, as well as the recognition of the potential information sources, a survey questionnaire was conducted with the total of 713 consumers. Results showed that the level of knowledge about DFs was not adequate. Internet was found to be widely used and identified as one of the most appropriate information sources to encourage the consumption of DF. It was a favourable result that three-quarter of the respondents was interested in the topic of healthy food consumption; however, just less than half of them took into consideration the label information during their shopping decisions. To increase the consumption of DF and to support the responsibility and conscious consumer decisions steps must to be done (e.g. education of children, pointing out of the sources). For this purpose, modern information technology and communication channels fitting to the consumers’ cultural and personal particularities can be utilized.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Patrik Márk Máder, Olivér Rák, and István Ervin Háber

The algorithms are the part of the life which could give a solution for simple and complex problems. Most of the ways are easy, but the basics are always made by predetermined steps. The peculiarity of the sciences can be explained with these process-based principles. The following rules are the same in the architecture also. Nowadays the algorithms are more improved the fact of the expectations of the 21st century. The creator can make a lot of rules which can support the workflow with the correct logical connections.

Since the computer aided design became available, the relationship between the architecture and information sciences getting stronger. To solve the most of the problems, it needs information technology programing techniques, logical methods and algorithms. The free geometric design, the compliance constraint with economic aspects, analysis and the optimization processes require new solutions.

The article will give an overview about the expectations of the future architects along the general knowledge and the practical examples. The study will show the development of the new professions according to the increased amount of data. Examine the competence of the contemporary architects and look for the issue of ‘the architect is a programmer.’

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. [6] Rankin J. , Chen Y. , Christian A. e-Procurement in the Atlantic Canadian AEC industry , Journal of Information Technology in Construction , Vol. 11

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wave propagation 1967 CISPR 22, Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information technology

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, Materials of International Conference on Information Technologies in Management of Life Cycle of Items , November 25–26, 2003. St.-Petersburg, Printing-house «SeverRoss», 2003, pp. 46–48. Jakimovich B. A

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, and flexible tieback retaining walls, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center , Technical Report ERDC/ITL TR-01-1, 2001, p. 225. MIDAS GTS users manual, MIDAS Information Technology Co., Ltd

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