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Teodor Sumalan, Eugen Lupu and Radu Arsinte

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The purpose of the work described in this paper is to compare more configurations belonging to portables real-time operating systems for embedded devices based on Raspberry Pi board. The developed application in this work can monitor the status in a greenhouse: irrigation, heating, ventilation, humidification, closing/opening panels etc. following weather conditions. Our target is to choose an efficient, minimal operating system optimized for the desired application. Other targets are high flexibility, optimal modularity, high readability and maintainability of the source code.

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Radu Brejea, Ioana Borza, Lavinia Purza and Eugen Jude

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Decanting ponds can have a major impact on the environment, as they often contain heavy metals.In the absence of their monitoring and security, but especially during the greening processs, the potential risk of technical accidents occurenceincreased significantly.In such events, both the environment and human settlements are affected; sometimes major pollution with cross-border impact may occur.The Fânaţe decanting pond is located in Fânaţe village, Cîmpani commune, Bihor county, Romania.The arrangement works within the decanting pond aim to establish and consolidate the banks and its base. This paper presents some solutions for combating the erosion phenomenon

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Corina Roman-Filip, Aurelian Ungureanu, Dan Filip, Eugen Radu and Ioan-Sorin Zaharie

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Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease (CJD) is a rare neurodegenerative disease caused by prions, characterized by a progressive dementia with rapid onset, psychiatric and neurologic symptoms (myoclonus, cerebellar, pyramidal, extrapyramidal and visual signs), with an invariable course to exitus. There are three general forms: sporadic or spontaneous, genetic or familial, and acquired form, including a variant form of CJD. The diagnosis can be confirmed only by histological examination of brain tissue, showing non-inflammatory spongiform changes and neuronal loss. We present the case of a 64 years old male who was admitted in our department for a rapidly progressive cognitive decline, hallucinations and myoclonus. Autopsy brain histology confirmed the diagnosis showing incipient spongiform vacuolization and astrogliosis. This paper illustrates a very rapid course of a sporadic CJD with discussion upon literature regarding the laboratory and pathology biomarkers of diagnosis.