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The head-line of the article is advisability to combine information technologies and principles of lean production in activity of machine building enterprises to ensure efficiency improvement. The article reviews enterprise resource planning systems and the lean production conceptions: their development and construction basis, main advantages and weaknesses.

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. A. , Korshunov A. I. , Application of information technologies and principles of lean production for efficiency improvement of machine building enterprises , Pollack Periodica , Vol. 10 , No. 2 , 2015 , pp. 17 – 23

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A great deal of progress has recently been made in the field of ordered porous materials with uniform channel dimensions that can be adjusted over a wide range of length scales. The present paper describes the state of the art and the evolution from highly ordered mesoporous silica, aluminosilicate and pure carbon materials to our very recent success in hierarchically structured meso-macroporous carbon materials, single and binary oxides and aluminosilicates. By means of selected examples, we want to shed some light on the current strategies for the conception of these sophisticated materials. The great potential applications of these new nanomaterials emerge while their real utilisation in some expected and traditional industrial processes such as catalysis, separation, electrode materials for fuel cells and biomaterials still faces some important challenges, for example, the high price, the pelletisation and the stability (thermal, hydrothermal and water resistance). Some new perspectives, which can open the concrete applications of these materials in nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and medical purposes, will be prospected.

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Authors: Tim Chen, Aeyed Mohammad Hashemii, Rehaap Abd Elfatah Nussir, Ghanshyama Patankaw and John C. Y. Chen

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Environmental sandy construction is seeking about innovation, uniqueness substantive, symmetrical and congeniality with the scene. It applies zero-time substances (earth, water, air, and fire) in addition to the advantage of modernized technologies (smart and digital architecture) and re-revives the old models of conventional architectural techniques (contracts, domes). In order to find unorthodox solutions to interior configuration problems especially after physical disasters, the study highlights that it is remarkably critical to developing new intelligent solutions and atypical to the quandaries and requirements of interior design furniture by the concept of phenomenology, place, environment, and architecture.

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, pp. 645 - 649 . [13] ISO/IEC 7498–1:1994 Information technology, Open systems interconnection , Basic reference model: The basic model (OSI-Model), International Organization for Standardization (ISO

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In Hungary the two most important service areas in the business service centers are the information technologies and the finance. Nowadays there is more and more information technologies service centers that deliver services for internal or external corporate partners as an outsourcing or a shared service center. However it is a robust trend in the Hungarian information technologies sector in the last two decades that these companies employ the most newly graduates of higher education but there are very few information about these centers. For example not only the growing headcount is important but these service centers are typically affiliates of big global companies that use new information technologies solutions as well. This research tries to get an overall picture about the players of information technologies business service sector in Hungary. Due to a comprehensive questionnaire and the research is based on the answers of 27 information technologies service centers on its strategic and operational work.

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The article discusses the effects of the global economic recession - since 2008 — on the Hungarian building construction, thereby affecting the architectural design activity, primarily from the perspective of the change in design view. The recession, which points beyond its economical aspect, emphasizes a vastly complex approach, which makes the handling of the accumulated social and environmental problems inevitable. The designers have to show solidarity towards the constructed and natural environment, and first of all people. The article reveals the current activities and results of the Research Group of Solidary Architecture founded recently at Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Pécs.

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architecture of recession - New tendencies in architectural planning Habilitation Lecture 2014 Hungary Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Pécs

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online space? Do they use new ways during their operation, [ 28 ], [ 29 ]? If information technology terms are used, it can be asked, only offline presence is important or online presence also matters? Obviously this is basically important but the Chinese

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