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analytic approach on water resource evaluation. Site Investigation Science and Technology, 5, 38-40 (in Chinese.) Atiya, A.F., El-Shoura, S.M., Shaheen, S.I., El-Sherif, M.S., 1999. A Comparison Between Neural-Network Forecasting Techniques-Case Study: River Flow Forecasting. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 10, 2, 402-409. Bertalanffy, L.V., 1950. An outline of general system theory. Brit. J. Philos. Sci., 1, 2, 134-165. Deng, J.L., 1982. Control problems of grey systems. Systems and Control Letters, 5, 288-294. Dibike, Y.B., Solomatine, D.P., 2001. River Flow

References Aleixo J. C., Polderman J. W. and Rocha P. (2007). Representations and structural properties of periodic systems, Automatica 43 (11): 1921-1931. Bourlès H. (2005). Structural properties of discrete and continuous linear time-varying systems, in F. Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue A. Loria E. Panteley (Eds.), Advanced Topics in Control Systems Theory , Springer, London. Chyzak F., Quadrat A. and Robertz D. (2005). Effective algorithms for parametrizing linear control systems over Ore algebras, Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing 16 (5

, L. (2006). Grey information: theory and practical applications. New York: Springer Science & Business Media. 27. Mierzwiak, R., & Więcek-Janka, E. (2015). The analysis of successors’ competencies in family enterprises with the use of grey system theory. Grey Systems: Theory and Application, 5(3), 302-312. 28. Sharma, P. (2002, August). Stakeholder mapping technique: Toward the development of a family firm typology. Paper presented at the 62nd meeting of the Academy of Management, Denver, CO. 29. Swagger, G. (1991

., Shen, Y., Wang, Z. (2006). Grey evaluation of non-statistical uncertainty in multidimensional precision measurement. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology , 31, 539-540. [14] Zhang, Y., Yang, J., Jiang, H. (2012). Machine tool thermal error modeling and prediction by grey neural network . International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 59, 1065-1066. [15] Gao, Y., Wang, Z., Tao, Z., Lo, C. (2003). Estimation of non-statistical uncertainty in precision measurement using grey system theory. International Journal of Advanced

vulnerability. To do this topic justice, a strict sociological and social scientific perspective must be taken, and the most comprehensive possible theory of society should guide the observation and description of societal vulnerability. In particular, individual natural hazards (floods, earthquakes, storms, volcanic eruptions, etc.) should not form the starting point of investigation, the focus is rather on conditions and characteristics of social—or better: societal—vulnerability that can be generalised. Section 2 establishes sociological system theory as an appropriate

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when this migration transformation will occur ( Iglicka 2002 ; Okólski 2010 ). In what follows, an attempt will be made to demonstrate the current status of Poland in relation to international migrations. To this end, we rely on statistical data covering the years after 2000, as well as interviews carried out in 2017, both with Poles working abroad and foreigners working in Poland. In interpreting the migration status of Poland, the perspective of the world systems theory has been applied. According to that concept, the migration role that should be attributed to

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A summary presentation of the historic development of systemic therapy as the follow-up to family therapies, with the usage of new metatheoretical thinking from the constructivist point of view is followed by a description of the material theoretical conditions of this psychotherapeutic approach, with particular consideration for the theories of cognition and autopoiesis by Chilean biologist Humberto Maturana as well as the sociological system theory according to German sociologist Niklas Luhmann. This is followed by an understanding of interaction systems with respect to the theory of therapy, as developed by the author – the member concept, as well as a system-theoretical adequate conceptualisation of psychical systems. The work ends with a short presentation of the implementation of the described theoretical concepts in systemic therapy practice.

Jalali, M.S. (2017). Enhancing knowledge and strategic planning of bank customer loyalty using fuzzy cognitive maps, Technological and Economic Development of Economy 23 (6): 860–876. Harmati, I.Á., Hatwágner, M.F. and Kóczy, L.T. (2018). On the existence and uniqueness of fixed points of fuzzy cognitive maps, in J. Medina et al. (Eds), Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems: Theory and Foundations , Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 490–500. Harmati, I.Á. and Kóczy, L.T. (2018). On the convergence of fuzzy grey