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Ireneusz Wyczałek, Artur Plichta and Michał Wyczałek

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This paper concerns the possibility of using AGS15 capacitive inclinometers in the geodetic monitoring of slender structures. The basics of geometric monitoring have been introduced, and the features of inclinometers that can be used in these studies have been described. Main expectations towards them have been formulated. Three tests were conducted: (1) a few days' stability test of readings, (2) the test of inclinations controlled tachimetrically and (3) continuous survey of a physical object. It has been found that in order to obtain satisfactory results it is necessary to correct the readings due to the drift and the effect of temperature. The works conducted as part of described project work are not capable of identifying those indicators. To achieve them there were designed the system that support the acquisition and processing of the measurement and also the collection and transmission of results. In the conclusions authors stated that inclinometers AGS15 can be suitable for monitoring, but the works aimed at improving their performance should be undertaken.

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Jeremy Martin, Travis Mayberry, Collin Donahue, Lucas Foppe, Lamont Brown, Chadwick Riggins, Erik C. Rye and Dane Brown

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Media Access Control (MAC) address randomization is a privacy technique whereby mobile devices rotate through random hardware addresses in order to prevent observers from singling out their traffic or physical location from other nearby devices. Adoption of this technology, however, has been sporadic and varied across device manufacturers. In this paper, we present the first wide-scale study of MAC address randomization in the wild, including a detailed breakdown of different randomization techniques by operating system, manufacturer, and model of device.

We then identify multiple flaws in these implementations which can be exploited to defeat randomization as performed by existing devices. First, we show that devices commonly make improper use of randomization by sending wireless frames with the true, global address when they should be using a randomized address. We move on to extend the passive identification techniques of Vanhoef et al. to effectively defeat randomization in ~96% of Android phones. Finally, we identify a previously unknown flaw in the way wireless chipsets handle low-level control frames which applies to 100% of devices we tested. This flaw permits an active attack that can be used under certain circumstances to track any existing wireless device.

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J. M. Jäger, J. Kurz and H. Müller

developing and maintaining cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, and neuromotor fitness in apparently healthy adults: guidance for prescribing exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 43(7), 1334-1359. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e318213fefb Black, N. E., Vehrs, P. R., Fellingham, G. W., George, J. D., & Hager, R. (2016) Prediction of VO2max in Children and Adolescents Using Exercise Testing and Physical Activity Questionnaire Data. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(1), 89-100, doi: 10.1080/02701367.2015.1124969 Bird, S. R

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A. Vales-Vázquez, C. Casal-López, P. Gómez-Rodríguez and H. Blanco-Pita

. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 29 (11), 899-905. Ingebrigtsen, J., Bendiksen, M., Randers, M. B., Castagna, C., Krustrup, P., & Holtermann, A. (2012). Yo-Yo IR2 testing of elite and sub-elite soccer players: Performance, heart rate response and correlations to other interval tests. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30 , 1337-1345. Jastrzębski, Z., Radzimiński, Ł., & Stępień, P. (2015). Comparison of time-motion analysis and physiological responses during small sided games in male and female soccer players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 7

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Béla-Csaba Simon, Stefan Oniga and Iuliu Alexandru Pap

Interface” Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Technology in Automation, Control and Intelligent Systems May 26-29, 2013, Nanjing, China. [8] D. Feil-Seifer, M. Mataric, “Human-robot interaction,” in Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science, new York, Springer, 2009, pp. 4643-4659. [9] I. A. Pap, S. Oniga, I. Orha, A. Alexan, “IoT-Based eHealth Data Acquisition System”, International Conference on Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2018. [10] P. Freedson, H. Bowles, R. Troiano, W. Haskell

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M. Hoffmann, T. Moeller, I. Seidel and T. Stein

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F. M. Clemente and F. M. L. Martins

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M. Armenteros, Anto J. Benítez, R. Flores, M. Sillero-Quintana, M. Sánchez Cid and J.A. Simón

References Armenteros, M.; Benítez, A. J., & Curca, D. G. (2010). The trivia game as tool for learning and evaluating Football referees and assistant referees. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (pp. 137-142). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Armenteros, M. & Benítez, A. J. (2011). La integración de Tecnología Educativa en la formación del arbitraje de fútbol de élite: el uso del “Video Test Interactivo”. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 105 (3), 11-20. Baldo, M. V. C.; Ranvaud, R. D

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K. Hoffmann and J. Wiemeyer

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K. Petri, N Bandow and K Witte

. (2014). Comparison of a video and a virtual based environment using the temporal and spatial occlusion technique for studying anticipation in karate. International Journal of Computer Science in Sport, 13 (1): 44-56. Bandow, N., Witte, K. & Masik, S. (2012). Development and evaluation of a virtual test environment for performing reaction tasks. International Journal of Computer Science in Sport, 10 (1), 4-15. Bideau, B, Kulpa, R., Ménardais, S., Multon, F., Delamarche, P. & Arnaldi, B. (2003). Real handball goalkeeper vs. virtual