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Model Recommended Values of Corporate Culture for Industrial Companies in Slovak Republic

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The main objective of the paper is to describe the recommended values model of corporate culture and supporting business performance for industrial companies operating in the Slovak Republic. This model was developed on the basis of research results within the STU Project to support young researchers entitled “Changing the potential of the company´s success using the principles of spiral management and its impact on corporate culture”. The current paper is a part of submitted VEGA project No.1/0348/17 “The impact of the coexistence of different generations of employees on the sustainable performance of organisations”. This model will be the basis for defining corporate values and developing or changing corporate culture for the companies operating on or coming (from abroad) to the Slovak market. The characteristic features of the value model are simplicity, complexity and applicability. This model takes into account the current situation on the Slovak market. The values of this model have a different level of significance given and each value is defined by the specified principles.

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Data Selection as the Basis for Better Value Modelling

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The article is a voice in the debate on the scope of the application of statistical methods in real estate appraisal, written from the comparative perspective. It presents the results of an illustrative valuation of housing units with the use of databases of various sizes, constructed on the basis of publicly available data from the register of property prices and values. Against this background, the article presents an analysis of differences between the objectives and published results of valuations, which exemplify broadly understood property price modelling or property value modelling, as well as of activities focused around appraising a specific object. The conducted experiments demonstrated that, for the purposes of real estate appraisal itself, the selection of data is more useful than searching for a price model.

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Repeat Assessed Values Model for Housing Price Index

'elaborazione dell'informazione immobiliare: segmentazione immobiliare del mercato e indici dei prezzi immobiliari , Maggioli, Rimini, pp. 114-133. S alvo F., C iuna M., D’A mato M., 2013, Appraising Building Area’s Index Numbers Using Repeat Value Model. A Case study in Paternò (CT), in Dynamics of Land Values and Agricultural Policies, MediaMond International Proceedings, Bologna, 63-71. S hiller R.J., 1991, Arithmetic Repeat Sales Price Estimators , Journal of Housing Economics, No. 1. S hiller R.J., 1993, Measuring Asset Values for Cash Settlement in

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Research on Profit Distribution of Software Outsourcing Alliances Based on the Improved Shapley Value Model

of Cooperatives. - American Agricultural Economics Association, Vol. 87, 2005, No 2, 406-422. 8. Ding Shang. Research on Profit Allocation of Supply Chain Cooperative Game. Changsha, Changsha University of Science & Technology, 2009. 9. Jiang Qiyuan . Mathematical Model. - Higher Education Press, Beijing, 2001. 10. Shi Hongwei, Li Ying . Strategy of Enterprise Alliance Accessing Package Based on Shapley Value Model with Differences of Contribution. - Modern Economic Information, Vol. 24, No 24, 335

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Dissimilarity as a Component of the Property Price Model

Management and Valuation, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 5-15. DOI:10.1515/remav-2016-0017. Z yga J., 2019, Data Selection As The Basis For Better Value Modeling, Real Estate Management and Valuation, not published, accepted 2018-08-26.

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Modeling of value flows in logistics networks. Comparison of basic tools

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The article presents the necessity of introducing modern systems for analyzing value flows in modern logistics networks. The essence of logistic networks and requirements for analytical systems have been presented. The main available approaches to analyzing value flows in the network have been identified: e3-value modeling, c3-value modeling framework, Value Network AnalysisTM, SimulValor, Modified SimulValor. These approaches (called models) were subjected to a critical analysis on the basis of which the basic directions of their development were indicated.

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Quaternion-valued single-phase model for three-phase power system

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In this work, a quaternion-valued model is proposed in lieu of the Clarke’s α, β transformation to convert three-phase quantities to a hypercomplex single-phase signal. The concatenated signal can be used for harmonic distortion detection in three-phase power systems. In particular, the proposed model maps all the harmonic frequencies into frequencies in the quaternion domain, while the Clarke’s transformation-based methods will fail to detect the zero sequence voltages. Based on the quaternion-valued model, the Fourier transform, the minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR) algorithm and the multiple signal classification (MUSIC) algorithm are presented as examples to detect harmonic distortion. Simulations are provided to demonstrate the potentials of this new modeling method.

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Logical rules and the determinacy of meaning

References Bell, J.l. [1977] Boolean-valued Models and Independence Proofs in Set Theory. Oxford Logic Guides. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press. xviii+126. Grayson, R.J. [1979] Heyting-valued models for intuitionistic set theory in M.P. Fourman et al. (eds.) Applications of Sheaves. Proceedings, Durham 1977. Lecture Notes in Mathematics. Volume 753. New York, NY: Springer- Verlag. pp. 402-414. McCarty, C. [2018] What is a logical truth? Proceedings of the XIV Congreso “Dr. AntonioMonteiro.” Institute ofMathematics

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Variability and Risk Assessment of Hail in the Republic of Moldova

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Overall goal of the current research is to improve hail monitoring and risk assessment as an essential component of hail risk management and planning. The research investigates geographical and temporal variability of hail incidence based on conventional stations reports on hail days from 1891 to 2015. Using the advances in extreme value modeling the study provides the first regional assessment of hail risk based on the return level and waiting time concept within a univariate framework that provides critical information for designing resilience to cope with this climate hazard at high resolution. The proposed in the study the systems of hail risk assessment aimed at ensuring more effective use of the hail data in terms of aligning with management design information, which is essential for preparedness planning and proactive response measures.

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A Demand - and Supply- Side Constrained Model for Liquidation Value and Related Exposure Periods

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Two problems appear to be most topical in conjunction with mortgage valuation practices during an economic crisis: the assessment of sustainable long-term mortgage values and the assessment of liquidation discounts to prevailing market values which would provide for the most advantageous liquidation/quick sale strategy. This paper addresses the latter issue, which has traditionally proven intractable to analytical modeling. Apart from reviewing some research devoted to the subject of liquidation value modeling, predominantly from the Eastern European perspective, where this issue has, for years, commanded a particular economic interest, this paper synthesizes the best features of this research and builds on it to propose its own model, which lays equal emphasis on both the sellerside and demand-side perspectives. The first perspective accounts for the financial interests of a lender in forced sale disposals, while the latter perspective engages economic analysis on the side of market feasibility of identified efficient lender disposal strategies. By negotiating both perspectives, an optimal analytic solution to the issue of liquidation value discounts can be obtained. This is achieved by what we call a SI-MI framework which is developed throughout the paper.

We also adapt this framework specifically to the mortgage banking context where we use it to bring to light some rarely discussed linkages between the LTV policies of a bank and its mortgage liquidation strategies. This also allows us to propose a model and an LTV formula which can help organize thinking about optimal LTV policies in credit issuing processes.

We hope that, with the re-appearance of liquidation value basis/premise of valuation as a recognized international basis of valuation in the new edition of the International Valuation Standards (IVS 2017), the findings of this paper will become topical.

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