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The Sensitivity of State Differential Game Vessel Traffic Model

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Sensitivity of the Game Control of Ship in Collision Situations

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Comparison of Dynamic Games in Application to Safe Ship Control

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Game control methods in avoidance of ships collisions

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Woody Plants Affected by Ungulates in Winter Period, Impacts and Bark Renewal

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Escape Rooms in Poland: A Demand-Led Approach Using ‘Netnographic’ Research

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During five years of extremely rapid and spontaneous development, escape rooms have become a permanent component of Polish urban space. At the same time, this form of recreation has gained a whole community of enthusiasts. The aim of the article is to present a comprehensive description of the people who visit escape rooms in Poland through an online survey including 718 users of lockme.pl, the largest promotional and booking portal in the country. The results have enabled the author to identify the socio-demographic features of the players, sources of information about escape rooms, user motivations, the frequency, character and course of visits, the emotions accompanying the game, as well as general opinions and evaluations of Polish escape rooms.

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Geopolitics of Natural Gas Supply in Europe - Poland Between the EU and Russia

Geopolitics of Natural Gas Supply in Europe - Poland Between the EU and Russia

The article analyses possible interests, attitudes and activities of the major actors in the ‘natural gas supply game’ in Europe after 1990: Russia/Gazprom, alternative suppliers like countries in the Caspian Sea area, the main consumers of gas and transit countries. It stresses that behaviour of the actors depends on the changing international political and economic situation and conditions in individual countries. Special attention is paid to pipeline projects: Nord Stream, South Stream and Nabucco, and reactions to them, such as building a LGN terminal at Świnoujście (Poland), North-South (Baltic-Adriatic) energy corridor and the Polish-Russian gas contract of 2010.

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Optimization of Satellite Combination in Kinematic Positioning Mode with the Aid of Genetic Algorithm

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Inter-Municipal Cooperation in the Development of Industrial Parks and Tax Redistribution: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions

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Temperature Changes In Poland In 21st Century – Results Of Global Simulation And Regional Downscaling

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