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Josef Strzygowski was invited to write the catalogue of the Coptic collection of Cairo's Egyptian Museum in 1900. His work appeared in 1904. Coptic art was for him an opposite of Machtkunst, a ‘national’ art, the art of a nation conquered, suppressed and exploited by a ruling class of foreigners. When cataloguing the Coptic collection in Cairo, Strzygowski could not fail to realise the domineering presence of types of architectural carvings that were also present in other regions of the Late Antique and Byzantine Mediterran. Instead of trying to establish a chronology and a qualitative hierarchy of the objects and to investigate their stylistic connections, he avoided the problem of the relationship between the high art of the Late Antique and Early Byzantine Mediterranean and what he considered Coptic national art.

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Az alultápláltság – kóros tápláltsági állapot – jelentős többletterhet generál a betegellátásban. A malnutritio különböző formáinak felismerése és kezelése olykor nem egyszerű feladat a kórházi „rutin” során, pedig ahhoz, hogy a kezelési hatékonyságot javítani lehessen, fontos ismeretük és felismerésük. A dolgozat célja az alultápláltság, malnutritio különböző formáinak és azok differenciált vizsgálatának áttekintése. Ezen állapotok felismerésének, szofisztikált vizsgálatának és nyomon követésének ajánlható módja az ismert és következetesen használt klinikai módszerek és a bioelektromos impedanciaanalízis együttes alkalmazása. A tápláltsági állapot és a vele szoros összefüggést mutató testösszetétel rutinszerű vizsgálata és követése jelentős segítséget jelent a malnutritio felismeréséhez és kezeléséhez; alkalmazásának nincs tényleges akadálya napjaink hazai klinikai gyakorlatában. Orv. Hetil., 2014, 155(51), 2016–2020.

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The fourth industrial revolution, often identified as the terminology of Industry 4.0, more and more enforces changes and modifications from each participant of the socio-economic ecosystem. These enforced corrections concern the households, the governmental areas in different degrees, but the operation of the company sectors is rearranged most strongly by them. The study analyses this latter structure in the following respect: which are the most important supports of Industry 4.0 and what kind of competency elements are required from the employees and the management? According to the research data to be introduced, the domestic companies lag behind in preparations for the challenges raised by Industry 4.0; the international experiences are more favourable in this field. After—partial—review of the professional literature, the author concludes that the business sphere is in a condition before paradigm shift due to Industry 4.0. As per the analysis of decision-making based on digitalization, the question in the subtitle is answered—Industry 4.0 does not change fundamentally the traditional management functions of the company sector, but the decision-supporting applications based on digitalization must be learnt and applied. That statement seems to be founded that only company management, being able to live with decision making based on digitalization, can win competitive advantage.

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Vehicle manufacturing is an industry in which the technologies used by Industry 4.0 and their evolution can best be traced. Digitalization-robotization is paramount to the technical methods used in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The question is how close a correlation between productivity and digitalization robotics in vehicle production is in the Member States of the European Union. I perform the relationship between the two variables by correlation calculation. Then I classify the member states according to the closeness of the relationship between the two variables using the method of hierarchical cluster analysis. Empirical results show a robust relationship, with the highest per capita production value in those Member States with the highest degree of digitalization-robotization in vehicle production. In conclusion, the countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the end of the productivity rankings need to increase the degree of digitalization of their vehicle production to increase their productivity and competitiveness.

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