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J. Paderewski, W. Mądry and J. Rozbicki

References Adugna W., Labuschagne M. T. 2002. Genotype-environment interactions and phenotypic stability analyses of linseed in Ethiopia. Plant Breeding 121:66-71 Alagarswamy G., Chandra S. 1998. Pattern analysis of international sorghum multi-environment trials for grain-yield adaptation. Theor. Appl. Genet. 96:397-405 Annicchiarico P. 2002. Genotype-environment interactions: challenges and opportunities for plant breeding and cultivar recommendations. FAO Plant Production and

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Gasparik Andrea Ildiko, Mihai Gabriela and Paşcanu Ionela Maria

/afv133 4. Beaudart C, Edwards M, Moss C, et al. English translation and cross-cultural adaptation of the SARQOL Questionnaire. Journal of Frailty & Aging 2016;5(Supplement 1):58

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V. Foff, F. Weiser, E. Foffová and Dušan Gömöry

References AITKEN, S. N., S. YEAMAN, J. A. HOLLIDAY, T. L WANG and S. CURTIS-MCLANE (2008): Adaptation, migration or extirpation: climate change outcomes for tree populations. Evolutionary Applications 1: 95-111. ALÍA, R., T. M. ROBSON, G. BOZ˘IC˘, D. GÖMÖRY, G. HUBER, A. DUCOUSSO, E. RASZTOVITS and G. VON WÜHLISCH (2011): The survival and performance of beech provenances over a Europe-wide gradient of climate. Serie Forestal, INIA, Madrid 22: 115-126. ANDALO, C., J BEAULIEU and J. BOUSQUET (2005): The impact of

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Roman Babko, Tatiana Kuzmina, Katarzyna Jaromin-Gleń and Andrzej Bieganowski

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Sumarmi and Purwanto

References Alexandra V, Dimitra Spyridi Christos Vlachokostas. Michailidou Constantinos Sioutas Nicolas Moussiopoulos. 2015."Strategic planning for climate change mitigation and adaptation: the case of Greece", International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 7 Iss 3 pp. 272 - 289 http://radarmadura.co.id/2013/10/dishutbunkembangkan-kopi-dan-madu-mangrove. Antara News Kamis, 15 Mei 2014 11:56 WIB. Apridar, dkk. 2011. Ekonomi Kelautan dan Pesisir. Yogjakarta, Graha Ilmu

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Kirovski Danijela

somatotropic axis in neonatal calves can be modulated by nutrition, growth hormone, and Long-R3-IGF-I. Am J Physiol 1997, 273:130-138. 85. Vacher PY, Bestetti G, Blum JW: Insulin-like growth factor I absorption in the jejunum of neonatal calves. Biol Neonate 1995, 68(5):354-367. 86. Guilloteau P, Zabielski R, Blum JW: Gastrointestinal tract and digestion in the young ruminant: ontogenesis, adaptations, consequences and manipulations. J Physiol Pharmacol 2009, 60 (3):37-46. 87. Heinrichs C, Yanovski JA, Roth AH, Yu YM, Domené HM, Yano K, Cutler B Jr, Baron J

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Mara Pudane, Sintija Petrovica, Egons Lavendelis and Alla Anohina-Naumeca

, pp. 40–51, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-61425-0_4 [19] B. P. Woolf, Building Intelligent Interactive Tutors . Elsevier Inc, 2009. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-373594-2.X0001-9 [20] S. Petrovica, “Adaptation of Tutoring to Students’ Emotions in Emotionally Intelligent Tutoring Systems,” Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on e-Learning and e-Technologies in Education , pp. 131–136, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICeLeTE.2013.6644361 [21] L. Paquette, J. Rowe, R. S. Baker, B. Mott, J. Lester, J. DeFalco, K. Brawner, R

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Katarzyna Pawełczyk

REFERENCES BUCHERT L., CEBULAK E., DRWAL-TYLMANN A., WOJTCZAK-GAGLIK E., KILAR P., LIMANÓWKA D., ŁAPIŃSKA E., MIZERA M., OGÓREK S., PYRC R., WINNICKI W., ZAWIŚLAK T. 2013: Vademecum niebezpieczne zjawiska meteorologiczne. Geneza, skutki, częstość występowania. Część pierwsza – wiosna, lato [Vademecum dangerous meteorological phenomena. Genesis, effects, incidence. Part one – spring, summer]. IMGW-PIB, Warszawa. CAPSTICK S. 2016: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in the Mining Sector. Golder Associates. Retrieved from https://adaptationcanada2016

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Wojciech Korbel

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Chosen problems of law implementation in the contemporary process of building’s modernization in Poland.

One of the major problems in the contemporary process of building’s modernization in Poland is the pluralism of different interpretations of chosen legal terms, existing in the contemporary building code. Incorrect interpretation, results in the incorrect application to the authorities for the proper building permit and as the effect, it causes the lost of time and money. The article tries to identify some of these problems and seeks the solution to solve them, through the evolutionary method of building law creation.

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Gábor Gosztolya and Tamás Grósz

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Wireless sensors are recent, portable, low-powered devices, designed to record and transmit observations of their environment such as speech. To allow portability they are designed to have a small size and weight; this, however, along with their low power consumption, usually means that they have only quite basic recording equipment (e.g. microphone) installed. Recent speech technology applications typically require several dozen hours of audio recordings (nowadays even hundreds of hours is common), which is usually not available as recorded material by such sensors. Since systems trained with studio-level utterances tend to perform suboptimally for such recordings, a sensible idea is to adapt models which were trained on existing, larger, noise-free corpora. In this study, we experimented with adapting Deep Neural Network-based acoustic models trained on noise-free speech data to perform speech recognition on utterances recorded by wireless sensors. In the end, we were able to achieve a 5% gain in terms of relative error reduction compared to training only on the sensor-recorded, restricted utterance subset.