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Attila Bölcskei, András Zsolt Kovács and Domen Kušar

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Spatial ability development is of paramount importance in engineering training, especially for architects. The paper aims to compare results achieved by the world-wide Mental Rotation Test (MRT) at the University of Ljubljana and at the Ybl Faculty of SzIU in Budapest, with respect to total scores, improvement and hand preferences. The paper concludes that the mental rotation aspect of spatial intelligence can significantly be developed by Descriptive Geometry courses in both countries. Sophisticated statistical analysis, however, leads to new ideas in scoring MRT. The main goal of the paper is to present an alternative scoring system, which seems to be fairer and provides the expected statistical behavior of samples.

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András Zsolt Kovács and László Németh

References [1] BÖLCSKEI, A., KOVÁCS, A. ZS., KUŠAR, D., New Ideals in Scoring the Mental Rotation Test, Ybl Journal of Built Environment, Volume 1, Issue 1 (2013), 59-69. [2] BÖLCSKEI, A., GÁL-KÁLLAY, SZ., KOVÁCS, A. ZS., SÖRÖS, CS., Development of Spatial Abilities of Architect and Civil Engineer Students in the Light of the Mental Cutting Test, Journal for Geometry and Graphics, Volume 16 (2012), No 1, 97-109. [3] BÖLCSKEI, A., KOVÁCS, A. ZS., Measurement of Spatial Abilities of Architect Students at Ybl

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Ovidiu Păniţă

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In the years 2012-2014 on Banu-Maracine DRS there were tested an assortment of 25 isogenic lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp.vulgare), the analyzed characters being the number of seeds/spike, seeds weight/spike (g), no. of spikes/m2, weight of a thousand seeds (WTS) (g) and no. of emerged plants/m2. Based on recorded data and statistical processing of those, they were identified a numbers of links between these characters. Also available regression models were identified between some of the studied characters. Based on component analysis, no. of seeds/spike and seeds weight/spike are components that influence in excess of 88% variance analysis, a total of seven genotypes with positive scores for both factors.

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Gergő Máté Kovács and Krisztina Fehér

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Ernő Foerk (1868-1934) born 150 years ago has significant oeuvre in the field of monument preservation and architectural education. As professor, one of his achievements was the organisation of summer survey camps named as ‘szünidei felvételek’ (vacation records) which was also accessible in published form. In the year of 1917 under his supervision, his students have surveyed all the scored Ottoman monuments of Hungary. In the following year these survey drawings were published with a brief summary of the history of Ottoman architecture in the territory of Hungary. Our paper is to submit the general circumstances of the Ottoman survey program supervised by Ernő Foerk with its historical background and the analysis of the methodology of the survey by the example of the türbe of Pécs.

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Ovidiu Păniţă

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In the years 2012-2014 on Banu-Maracine DRS were tested an assortment consists of 25 isogenic lines of common wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp.vulgare), with the combination of Rht1&rht8 genes, the analyzed characters being the hight of the strain (cm), the number of seeds/spike, seeds weight/spike (g), no. of spikes/m2, weight of a thousand seeds (WTS) (g) and no. of emerged plants/m2. Based on recorded data and statistical processing of those, they were identified a numbers of links between these characters, links quantified by using the correlation.

Regarding the classification based on the average high of the strain, it was found that that there is a strong link between some characters too. Based on component analysis, the no. of seeds/spike and the seeds weight/spikes are components that influence in excess of 83% variance analysis, a total of five genotypes having positive scores for both factors.

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Navid Khaleghimoghaddam and Havva Alkan Bala

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This study examines the impact of environmental design on user experiences in the educational spaces of Tabriz Islamic Art University in Iran. In the research area, the affective assessment of four different spaces, which have been changed their function, was made. The research hypothesis is that users’ affective experience is influenced by environmental and architectural design. The method applied is the interpretation of the data obtained by the scores of the pleasure-arousal diagram of the affective and perceptional experience of 100 students in 16 educational spaces belonging to Tabriz Islamic Art University in Iran. As a result of the research, it has been verified that space design style has an active role in the affective experience of students, and there is a meaningful relationship between user’s spatial experience and the design style. In this context, it has been revealed that the spatial experiences of students in traditional spaces are positive and satisfactory in terms of interest, pleasuret and security, and that for the other three groups, many changes are required in the architectural design and spatial organization to provide positive motivation and emotional suitability.

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Katona János and Nagy Kem Gyula

Scoring the Mental Rotation Test Ybl Journal Of Built Environment 1:(1) pp. 59-69. [26] A, B ölcskei S z . K állay -G ál , A. Z s . K ovács & C s . S örös 2012 Development of Spatial Abilities of Architect and Civil Engineer Students in the Light of the Mental Cutting Test. Journal For Geometry And Graphics 16:(1) pp. 97-109. [27] B. B ab ály & A. K árpáti 2015 A téri képességek vizsgálata papír alapú és online tesztekkel Magyar Pedagógia 115:(2) pp. 67-92. [28] B. B abály , L B udai , & A. K árpáti 2013 A térszemlélet fejlődésének