Authors:Ruzena Kralikova, Miroslav Badida and Jozef Olexa
The contribution deals with collection and recycling of portable battery and accumulators. The present state in Slovakia isn’t suitable. The paper mentions possibilities of its solution by example from neighbouring region. This state is unfavourable as from look position of the state to European legislative and its strike (directive EU2006/66/ES) and producers and importers, who are responsible for performance of engagements.
Authors:Fran Calvo, Xavier Carbonell, Ursula Oberst and Héctor Fuster
. The market for board games has grown steadily in recent years and this trend is expected to remain stable ( Martin, 2017 ). These games, consisting of collectible cards, miniatures, and/or dice, generally recreate fictional universes, such as medieval
Commercially available7LiOH was used for collecting volcanic gas samples on the island of Vulcano, Southern Italy, to determine trace elements by NAA. The high -background activity, which is induced when NaOH solutions are used as collecting agents was avoided in this way. While several elements (Cl, Br, I, As) could be determined in the collected samples, activation products of impurities in7LiOH produced considerable -background and this prevented the determination of other trace elements. An ion-exchange procedure for reducing impurities in7LiOH solutions, in particular of Hg, Ta and W, was then developed and is described here. This procedure, supplemented by steps to eliminate interference from18F in the irradiated samples due to small amounts of6Li in the7LiOH employed will allow very sensitive determinations of further trace elements in volcanic gases.
This paper focuses on the relation between the acquisition activity of the Moravian Gallery in Brno (officially founded in 1961) and the then current artistic production in the region (especially the program of the Brno House of Arts). While the collection of modern art — that originated before the official foundation of the gallery — was built in correlation with the current interwar exhibition activities of various art associations, in the 1960s the Gallery’s acquisition policy becomes selective. The reasons may be found in the diversification of modernity — personal preferences — political pressures — censorship — and/or the inability of the institution to deal with dematerialized art and newly emerging art forms. The text examines the position of the progressive trends of neo-avant-garde and conceptual art within the professional (institutionalized) art scene through specific examples of work, from the perspective of a significant Czech institution. Specifically, the essay deals with the works of art by Milan Grygar, Miroslav Sonny Halas and an informal group called ‘The Brno Bohemians.’ It also contains a brief excursus on a possible analogy between the authors of graphic scores in the Sixties and Seventies and the visuality of records and scores of Leoš Janáček, one of the most significant composers of the avant-garde.
Passenger preference analysis is an important area of transport modeling. Passengers value public transport journeys in several ways: their opinion depends on many factors. The relative importance of these features is often characteristic to certain passenger groups. Knowing the distribution of the passengers and their preferences makes it possible to improve transport models and simulation techniques. The paper provides an overview of existing revealed and stated preference analysis methods and the results of some former surveys carried out in Győr, Hungary. Then it proposes a new method for detecting passenger preferences by integrating data collection into an online journey planning service.
Klára Garas was called upon in 1993 to write about the paintings by or attributed to Giorgione preserved in America. The manuscript was completed, but it has been never published. The author passed the article to the Acta Historiae Artium shortly before her death (26 June 2017), and it is published now only with small technical amendments.
The aim of this work is to provide a possible definition for Renaissance antiquarianism. This cultural pathway, which influenced the way the past was interpreted between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries, represented a methodological perspective which involved the cross-referencing of heterogeneous sources, strongly linked to mankind’s perception of time and that helped shape a renewed historical consciousness. Focus will be devoted to a possible history of the phenomenon and a general explanation of its methodology.