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-276. Marx, Karl and Engels, Frederick. 1953. Marx Engels Selected Correspondence. Moscow: Foreign Language Publishing House. Marx, Karl and Engels, Frederick. 1987. The Communist Manifesto . Georgia: Pathfinder Press. Marx, Karl. 1993. The Grundisse . New York: Penguin Books. Marx, Karl. 2008. Critique of the Gotha Program . Rockville, MD: Wildside Press. Roemer, John. 1985. Should Marxists be Interested in Exploitation? Philosophy and Public Affairs 14(1): 30-65. Rothbard, Murray. 1998. The Ethics of Liberty. New York: New York University Press. Wood, Allen

References [1] Atamuradov, V., Medjaher, K., Dersin, P., Lamoureux, B., Zerhouni, N., Prognostics and health management for maintenance practitioners – review, implementation and tools evaluation , International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management, Vol. 8 (31), pp. 1-31, 2017. [2] Będkowski, L., Dąbrowski, T., The basis of exploitation, part II: The basis of exploitation reliability , Military University of Technology, Warsaw 2006. [3] Burdzik, R., Konieczny, Ł., Figlus, T., Concept of on-board comfort vibration monitoring system for vehicles

., Wyczółkowski, R. and Gładysiak, V. (2017). Modeling a hierarchical structure of factors influencing exploitation policy for water distribution systems using ISM approach. In: International Conference On Material Engineering And Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Book Series: IOP Conference Series-Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 282, Article Number: UNSP 012014. Karwot, J., Kaźmierczak, J., Wyczółkowski, R., Paszkowski, W. and Przystałka, P. (2016). Smart Water in Smart City: A Case Study. Proceedings of SGEM 16th International Scientific Conference on EARTH

References Atuahene-Gima, K. (2005). Resolving the capability-rigidity paradox in new product innovation. Journal of Marketing, 69(4), 61-83, Atuahene-Gima, K., & Murray, J. Y. (2007). Exploratory and exploitative learning in new product development: a social capital perspective on new technology ventures in China. Journal of International Marketing, 15(02), 1-29, Baum, J. A., Calabrese, T., & Silverman, B. S. (2000). Don’t go it alone: Alliance network composition and startups

1 Introduction The exploitation of information and communications technology (ICT) is a highly topical issue in every field ( Kršák et al. 2011 ). The same is true in the field of construction. ICT is a broad term ( Čarnický and Mesároš 2009 ) that involves several kinds of technologies. Cloud computing is one of the forms of ICT in every field. The issue of cloud computing in construction project management is discussed in this article. Cloud computing has been the subject of several studies and a number of surveys. Potential risk factors have been investigated


Civilization is a state of human society during a particular period of time, conditioned with the degree to which the humans are able to control the nature; the total of already collected material goods, means of production and exploitation, suitable skills (know-how), and social institutions. It is processes of exploitation of engineered objects and natural resources of the Earth that closely and directly relate the economy, safety (widely understood) and environmental protection. Nowadays, as the development of technology has become a hectic process, too little attention is paid to safety. People die. The above outlined considerations can be summarized in the form of the following conclusion: Exploitation is an area that covers the art of many and various activities. It is a philosophy that puts all the fields of knowledge together. Therefore, it should be considered a separate line of science.

6. Bibliography: [1] Błachnio J., 1993, Badanie uszkodzeń statków powietrznych powstających w procesie eksploatacji. Rozdział w książce redakcji Lewitowicza J., pt. Problemy badań i eksploatacji techniki lotniczej t.2, ITWL, Warszawa. [Research of aircraft damage arising during exploitation. Chapter in the book edited by Lewitowicz J. titled: Problems of research and exploitation of aircraft technology vol.2, ITWL, Warsaw] [2] Błachnio J., 2007, Metoda badania wypadków lotniczych ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem uszkodzeń statków powietrznych. Kompendium, Seria


One of the most important factors determining the company‘s capacity to produce high quality products is the level of machinery operation effectiveness. Companies having modern machinery are characterized by high productivity. To obtain a high quality product, the equipment should be properly used, without any failure, which contributes significantly to the exploitation level increase. The modernity level and the exploitation effectiveness level for chosen machine producing furniture components in relation to the product quality level were analysed in the paper. As a result of the research findings analysis, proposals for corrective actions with regard to machinery maintenance and production processes were presented.

5. References 1. Będkowski L., Dąbrowski T.: Podstawy eksploatacji, cz. II. Podstawy niezawodności eksploatacyjnej. Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna, Warszawa 2006. 2. Białek K., Paś J.: Exploitation of selected railway equipment - conducted disturbance emission examination. Diagnostyka, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2018. 3. Burdzik R., Konieczny Ł., Figlus T.: Concept of on-board comfort vibration monitoring system for vehicles. In: J. Mikulski (ed.), Activities of Transport Telematics, Heidelberg: Springer, TST 2013. 4. Dąbrowski T., Paś J., Olchowik W., Rosiński A., Wiśnios M


Unaesthetic stains and deposits often form on external facades (especially those facing the north) in places where barriers were installed on them. Such places include, for example: fragments of facades in which external window sills were mounted, canopies, downspouts, boxes, advertising billboards, flags holders, lightning conductors, aerials as well as facade steps, and many others. During exploitation, elevations are exposed to water retention. In places were barriers are installed, moisture occurs with greater intensity than in other parts of the facade. Over time, in addition to the aesthetic problem, this results in biodeterioration (biological corrosion), induced by the deposited biological factors. The article presents the issue of placing barriers on external facades, on the example of buildings developed in Zielona Góra.