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The business environment and management of the Central and Eastern countries has been continuously under crucial changes since 1989. Slovakia started the integration into the global world economy with the impact on the rapidly transforming mosaic of new managerial experiences and behavior which has been changed over time and varied from firm to firm. The aim of the paper is to describe the national culture in transition process focusing on the new managerial experience in the historical and comparative contexts. The management of the number of companies in Slovakia entered the multicultural environment where the new skills were developed mainly in the area of international marketing, competing in the global business, cooperating in the international projects and teams and face the new challenges of the continuously learning process.


Nowadays global engine construction gets significant progress at a technological level, but specified manufacturers do not release any information about the composition, the structure of the algorithms and the software used by their equipment. It is possible to obtain information only fragmentary and, for example, the description of the electronic control unit algorithm is completely missing. This is a barrier for small companies to improve and adjust existing engines for specific purposes. The present paper describes and develops algorithm synthesis for an electronic diesel engine regulator. Mathe-matical modelling of the automatic control system has been carried out within the framework of the research. The results of the research have demonstrated the efficiency and sustainability of automatic electronic control system using the proposed algorithm.

disorders in the UK. Transition is routinely discussed for those with severe bleeding phenotypes (predominantly boys with haemophilia). However, anecdotal reports from individuals suggest that the transition process is often poorly planned, leaving them feeling lost and unsupported by the healthcare professionals who, until this point, have been core members of their support network. Rarely are the views of young people or their families sought regarding the outcome of their transition process. For those with less severe disease or rarer bleeding disorders, and for girls

-appropriate process, through which each young person is empowered to self-manage, with support from their families and multidisciplinary team (MDT). It is widely recognised that young people who are not engaged in self-management may become non-adherent to therapy. For those with haemophilia, this can have a lifelong impact on joint health and quality of life [ 3 , 4 ]. While transition is routinely discussed in haemophilia review clinics, anecdotal reports from individuals with haemophilia in the UK suggest that the transition process is often poorly planned, leaving them feeling

in order to pave a path for an alternative, more complex understanding of this phenomenon was the main aim of this study. Comprehending pasteloza as erasure of the material cultural heritage of the PPR from the urban landscape is merely a beginning of engaged understanding of compromises made among aesthetics, sustainability, cooperation, and participation in the post-transition processes. Contextualization of the phenomenon ‘The problem is that, most obviously, fragmented knowledge is, by definition, incomplete knowledge, and, less obviously, fragmented


The results of the research presented in this article are 2-D mathematical field models of a turbogenerator in the no-load mode with real tooth structures on the rotor and stator in the rotor coordinate system and in the physical systems of reference. The results of the computer simulation of the electromagnetic field in the cross-sectional zones of the device in the no-load mode transition process are presented.

al. 2014 ; Hecher/Vilsmaier/Akhavan et al. 2016 ). A number of communities even export energy ( Pfefferkorn/Rauzi/Wyss 2009 ; Brickmann/Kropp/Türk 2012 ; Meyer/Mueller/Koeberle et al. 2013 ; Radzi/Droege 2013 ). In Austria and Germany, several studies have analyzed the transitions of these energy regions. They have investigated the role of guiding visions ( Leitbilder ), the actors and arenas involved in the transition process, the institutionalization process, and the development of energy and material flows over time ( Späth/Koblmüller/Kubeczko et al. 2007

Switch-Off Behaviour of 6.5 kV IGBT Modules in Two-Level Voltage Source Inverter

This paper presents an analysis of the switch-off process of 6.5 kV/200 A IGBT modules in a two-level half-bridge voltage source inverter. During experiments, it was stated that real switching process is far from ideal switch-off since parasitic inductance and capacitance in the circuit cause voltage spikes and high frequency oscillations during transition processes. Operation states of the inverter are described and analyzed. Experimental and simulation results are compared, the main transients are analyzed and mathematically expressed and possible problems and solutions are discussed.


The world is embracing an open education model. The success of this process implies an adequate awareness, an assumption that is inconsistent with recent reports and statistical facts. Despite the major advances in recent years, Open Educational Resources (OER) are still not in the mainstream of Computer Science course development. Motivated by the need to fill this gap, this paper analyzes the evolution of the OER development and the emerging trends relevant to Computer Science education. The aim is to raise the awareness and promote a practical transition process towards an adequate model that aligns the interests of all stakeholders.


The global economic crisis has affected the whole world, including Serbia. Countries with different degrees of development reacted with different measures of economic policy, both monetary as well as fiscal. Economic authorities in Serbia have encountered certain limiting factors in the selection of measures, first of all taking into account the unfinished transition process. This paper will examine whether the applied monetary and fiscal policy in Serbia is adequate according to the position which Serbia occupies by the Mundell-Fleming model, as well as to identify the starting position for future economic policy measures.