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, pp. 28 ‒ 31 . [2] Kovács G. L. , Petunin N. An information technology view of manufacturing automation -product life

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environment evaluation and strategy research of city planning and construction of Xi’an City , Journal of Convergence Information Technology , Vol. 7 , No. 18 , 2012 , pp. 240 – 248 . [17] Központi Statisztikai Hivatal

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student mobility between universities, 28th Int. Conf. Information Technology Interfaces , ITI 2006, Cavtat, Croatia, 19–22 June 2006, pp. 301–306. Vas R. The Role and adaptability of educational ontology in

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* The paper was presented at Conference on Waste Management, 1–2 March 2012, organized by Department of Foundation of Environmental Engineering, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information

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-sized structural engineering firms , Journal of Information Technology in Construction , Vol. 13 , 2008 , pp. 3 – 323 . [15] Sacks R. , Barak R

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the University of Pécs, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology represents an innovative modification alternative of the passively ventilated technology hall. By the planning of the new facility located in Marcali, the energy design method

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Eva Pongrácz, Johanna Niemistö, Verónica García, Niko Hänninen, Paula Saavalainen, and Riitta Keiski

* The paper was presented at Conference on Waste Management, 1–2 March 2012, organized by Department of Foundation of Environmental Engineering, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information

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use of information technologies, offices do not require high natural illumination intensity, hence the weaker illumination does not implicitly means disadvantage. Taking this into account, the thermal comfort considerations can yet justify external

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comfort hours does not negatively effect the daylight situation in the offices, since in this building use today’s Information Technology (IT) does not require high daylight level in the spaces. Moreover, less illuminantion (but min. 500 lx) can even cause

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Engineering and Information Technology, University of Pecs, Hungary. References [1] Van Voorst R. , Wisner B. , Hellman J. , Nooteboom G. Introduction to the ‘risky everyday’ , Disaster Prevention and Management , Vol. 24 , No, 4 , 2015 , pages

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