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Ierodiakonou and Benjamin Morison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 189-212. Bobzien, Susanne. 2013. Higher-order Vagueness and Borderline Nestings — a Persistent Confusion. Analytic Philosophy 54: 1-43. Carnielli, Walter and Pizzi, Claudio. 2009. Modalities and Multimodalities . New York: Springer. Chellas, Brian F. 1980. Modal Logic: An Introduction . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Fara, Delia Graff. 2003. Gap principles, penumbral consequence and infinitely higher-order vagueness. In Liars and Heaps: New Essays on Paradox . Edited by J. C. Beall

Bibliography (1) Alechina, N., Mendler, M., De Paiva, V., & Ritter, E. (2001, September). Categorical and Kripke semantics for constructive S4 modal logic. En International Workshop on Computer Science Logic (pp. 292–307). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. (2) Van Benthem, J. (1976). Modal correspondence theory [Ph.D. Thesis]. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands . (3) Blackburn, P., De Rijke, M., & Venema, Y. (2001). Modal logic , volume 53 of Cambridge tracts in theoretical computer science. (4) Van Ditmarsch, H., van Der Hoek, W., & Kooi, B. (2007). Dynamic

References Abunowara, A. 2005. Sa and Sawfa as Modal Forms: New Evidence from Informant Testing. International Journal of Arabic-English Studies 6, 85-92. British National Corpus (BNC). http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/ Brown, D. 2000. Principles of Language Learning and Teaching. (4 th edn). NY: Longman. Brown, P. 2006. English Grammar Lessons. In http://www.english-grammar-lessons.com/shall/menu.php Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp Halliday, M. 1970. Functional Diversity in Language as Seen from a

References [1] Caughey, T. K., O’Kelly, M. E. J.: Classical Normal Modes in Damped Linear Dynamic System. Transaction of the ASME. Journal of Applied Mechanics 32, 1965. pp:583-588. [2] Caughey, T. K.: Classical Normal Modes in Damped Linear Dynamic System. Transaction of the ASME. Journal of Applied Mechanics June. 1960. pp:269-271. [3] Fawzy, T. K.: A Theorem on the Free Vibration of Damped System. Transaction of the ASME. Journal of Applied Mechanics Marc. 1977. pp:132-134. [4] Sas, P., Ward, H., Lammens, S.: Modal Analysis Theory and Testing. Katholike

References [1] O. BURAK OZDOGANLAR, B.D. HANSCHE, T.G. CARNE: Experimental modal analysis for microelectromechanical systems. Experimental Mechanics, 45 (2005)6, 498-506. [2] J. ELIZABETH et al.: Probabilistic investigation of sensitivities of advanced testanalysis model correlation methods. Journal of Sound and Vibration , 329 (2010)13, 2516-2531. [3] L. HERMANS, H. VAN DER AUWERAER: Modal testing and analysis of structures under operational conditions: Industrial applications. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing , 13 (1999)2, 193-216. [4] D.J. LUSCHER

References [1] Banhart, J.: Manufacture, characterisation and application of cellular metals and metal flaks, Fraunhofer-Institute for Manufacturing and Advanced Materials, Bremen, 2000 [2] Hurty, W. Vibrations of Structural Systems by Component Mode Synthesis, Journal of the Engineering, Mechanics Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 86 (EM-4), 51-69, 1960 [3] Curnier, A. On Three Modal Synthesis Variants. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 90, 1983 [4] ZIENKIEVICZ, O. C.: The Finite Element Method. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977

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swimming pace by giving visible coded signals to swimmers with their hands, while standing on the poolside. Some studies have reported that the modalities of feedback given to the swimmer could affect swimming pace ( Perez et al., 2009 ; Turner et al., 2008 ). Few studies have attempted to use audio pacing signals to communicate swimming pace to the swimmer ( Thompson et al., 2002 , 2004). We did not find any study where some instruction was given by an instrument that allowed the coach to speak in real time to the swimmer. Moreover, we did not find any study where real

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References 1. Batel M.: Operational modal analysis - another way of doing modal testing. Sound and Vibration, August 2002. 2. Bishop R., Johnson D.: The mechanics of vibration. Cambridge University, Press, 1980. 3. Brandt S.: Data analysis ( in Polish). Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN (Scientific Publishing House), Warszawa 1999. 4. Brown D., Allemang R.: Multiple Input Experimental Modal Analysis. Fall Technical Meeting, Society of Experimental Stress Analysis, Salt Lake City, UT, November 1983. 5. Brunarski L.: Non-destructive methods for concrete testing (in Polish