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Comparative Analysis of Structure-From-Motion Software’s –An Example of Letychiv (Ukraine) Castle and Convent Buildings

zarządzania bezpieczeństwem ruchu kopalni (The concept of a threedimensional model of excavations of the Wieliczka Salt Mine to improve the conditions of management of mine traffic safety) Przegląd Górniczy T. 72, nr 1, p.11-17. Ryan, J.C. Hubbard. A.L. Box, J.E. Todd, J. Christoffersen, P. Carr, J. R. Holt, T.O. and Snooke N. (2015). UAV photogrammetry and structure from motion to assess calving dynamics at Store Glacier, a large outlet draining the Greenland ice sheet, The Cryosphere, 9, 1–11, doi:10.5194/tc-9-1-2015. Shah, Y. Raut, S. Wadle, S. Patil, S

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The Use of Laser Scanning and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Construction Surveying in the Light of Legal Regulations in Poland

://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsase.2018.07.007 . Álvares, J.S., Costa, D.B., de Melo, R.R.S., 2018. Exploratory study of using unmanned aerial system imagery for construction site 3D mapping. Construction Innovation , vol. 18 Issue 3, pp. 301-320. https://doi.org/10.1108/CI-05-2017-0049 . Balawejder, M., Adamczyk, T., Cygan, M., 2016. The Problem of Adjusting Polish Spatial Information Resources to the Standards of the INSPIRE. In Proceedings of the GISODYSSEY 2016, Geographic Information Systems Conference and Exhibition, Perugia, Italy, 5–9 September 2016; pp. 14

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Authority and urban space in the city landscape

composition ( Wejchert 1984 Lynch 1960 ; Cullen 1961 ), analysis of function ( Chmielewski 2001 ) as well as the meaning of some particular elements – symbolic analysis ( Szolginia 1981 ; Szmidt 1981 ). At this stage the evaluation of space was made by assessing some particular attributes of an urban complex i.e. its scale, form, spatial organisation and the context of the surroundings in the following manner: − 0 – attribute does not exist or is of no importance; − 0.5 – basic existence of no meaning; − 1 – a predominant feature. The attributes were

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Appraisal of Real Estate with Various Functions in the Context of Sustainable Development

. The possibilities of real estate’s market development in Poland in connection with INSPIRE directive. Geomatics and Environmental Engineering , 5(1), pp. 15-23. Cellmer, R., Bełej, M., Źróbek, S., Kovac, M., S., 2014. Urban land value maps-a methodological approach. Geodetski vestnik , 58(3), pp. 535-551, DOI: 10.15292/geodetskivestnik.2014.03.535-551. Chang, Y. C., Ko, T. T., 2014. An interactive dynamic multi-objective programming model to support better land use planning. Land Use Policy , 36, pp. 13-22. DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2013

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The foodservice business in big Polish cities

.M. & Sharples, L. (2008) Food and Wine Festivals and Events around the World : Development , Management and Markets , Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford. Hall C.M. Sharples L. 2008 Food and Wine Festivals and Events around the World: Development, Management and Markets Butterworth Heinemann Oxford Hall, C.M. (2012) Boosting food and tourism - related regional economic development , [in:] OECD, Food and the Tourism Experience: The OECD - Korea Workshop (OECD Studies on Tourism), OECD Publishing, 49–62. 10.1787/9789264171923-4-en Hall C.M. 2012 Boosting food and tourism

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A method for the assessment of public participation in urban development

://www.pt.rwth-aachen.de/files/dokumente/pt_materialien/pt_materialien_40-1_ebook.pdf [accessed 04.05.2018] [in German] Heuser, T. & Bodenmeier, E. (2016) Entwicklungs- und Pflegeplan Tempelhofer Feld Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt Abteilung I, Grün Berlin GmbH, Berlin. Available from: https://tempelhofer-feld.berlin.de/documents/74/160513_THF_Broschu%C3%AAre_Web.pdf [accessed 15.05.2018] [in German]. Heuser T. Bodenmeier E. 2016 Entwicklungs- und Pflegeplan Tempelhofer Feld Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt Abteilung I Grün Berlin GmbH Berlin Available from https

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Autonomous vehicles and freight traffic: towards better efficiency of road, rail or urban logistics?

population working in road transport EU 10.6 3.0 512 2.1% 0.6% US 5.1 1.5 232 2.2% 0.6% China 9.4 3.9 1,379 0.7% 0.3% India 13.3 7.0 1,324 1.0% 0.5% Total 38.3 15.3 3,447 1.1% 0.4% If we consider the 4 main economies which have around half of the total global population we can see how important the transport sector is socially: 1.1% of all people are working in it, and 0.4% in road transport. With the different employment rates it can be stated that 1 of

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Closed circulation loops in historic buildings. Cultural diagnosis as one of the major factors in a contemporary designer’s workshop

2015 Energy Procedia 78 1359 1364 10.1016/j.egypro.2015.11.15 [accessed: 25.08.2018] Di Ruocco, G., Sicignano, C. & Sessa, A. (2016) Integrated methodologies energy efficiency of historic buildings International High-Performance Built Environment Conference – A Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2016 Series (SBE16), iHBE 2016. Procedia Engineering, 180, 1653–1663. 10.1016/j.pro-eng.2017.04.328 [accessed 25.08.2018] [ Di Ruocco G. Sicignano C. Sessa A. 2016 Integrated methodologies energy efficiency of historic buildings

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The right to wild. Green urban wasteland in the context of urban planning

processes; − paces designed using top down processes. A total of 8 examples were chosen which meet these criteria: 5) Holzpark Klybeck-a 4.5 ha open air cultural centre (Basel, Switzerland); 6) Prinzessinnengarten – a 0.7 ha community garden and social activity centre (Berlin, Germany); 7) L’espai Germanetes – a 0.5 ha former wasteland and nowadays community garden in a densely populated district of Barcelona (Barcelona Spain); 8) Park am Gleisdreieck – a 36 ha park (Berlin, Germany); 9) Park Kozłowski – an 11 ha park (Warsaw, Poland); 10) Praska Ścieżka

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Spatial distribution of urban policy funds in Germany and its determinants

, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development “The social city” programme Urban restructuring programme (Intercept) 1.404 (9.957) 4.355 (20.639) Population change 6.224 (1.835) – 0.001 -10.135 (3.804) – 0.05 Unemployment rate 1.501 (0.311) – 0.001 5.547 (0.644) – 0.001 Employment change -0.968 (1.112) -6.790 (2.304) – 0.05 Household income -5.259 (5.578) 2.807 (11.563) Tax revenue 16.083 (5.328) – 0.05 -13.411 (11.043) Municipal debt 0.242 (0.414) -2

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