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Niţă Andrei and Apostol Liviu

References Austin, J. (1980). The blocking of middle latitude westerly winds by planetary waves. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society , 327-350. Barry, R., & Chorley, R. (2003). Atmosphere, Weather and Climate (8th Ed.). New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Benzi, S. W.-N. (1986). Anomalous Atmospheric Flows and Blocking (Vol. 29). Florida, USA: Academic Press. Bluestein,, H. (1993). Synoptic-Dynamic Meteorology in Midlatitudes. Observations and Theory of Weather Systems (Vol. 2). New York, USA: Oxford

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Editor-in-chief Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney

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Leszek Mazur and Edward Superlak

determinants of game practiced by middle attacker in men’s volleyball. Brazilian Journal of Kinanthropometry and Human Performance 18(3), 371-379. 5. Mesquita I., César B. (2007). Characterisation of the opposite player’s attack from the opposition block characteristics. An applied study in the Athens Olympic games in female volleyball teams. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport 7(2), 13-27. 6. Marcelino R., Mesquita I., César B., Afonso J. (2008). Attack-tempo and attack-type as predictors of attack point made by opposite players in

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Jorge Vargas, Manuel Loureiro, Pantelis T. Nikolaidis, Beat Knechtle, Lorenzo Laporta, Rui Marcelino and Jose Afonso

the quality of serve-reception of players from young ages. The ability to play under certain speed constraints also emerged as relevant. For example, Japan almost never gets into defensive situations with zero blockers, unlike the other teams. This implies a solid set of reading skills and movement speed that allow the Japanese blockers to always mount some type of opposition to the opponents’ attacks. This suggests that specific reaction time (leading to proper decision-making in game-specific contexts) is relevant ( Nuri et al., 2013 ), and further denotes the

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Daniel Jara, Enrique Ortega, Miguel-Ángel Gómez and Pilar Sainz de Baranda

situations took precedence, whereas when the pitch was smaller, the proportion of blocks increased. In offensive actions, the goalkeepers did not show a wide variety of actions when the pitch was larger, but when the pitch was smaller, the number of passes with a hand or foot increased. From a general perspective, data show that when the dimensions of the SSG are smaller, there are more appearances of both defensive and offensive interactions by the goalkeeper. One of the main reasons for the increase in action frequency may depend on the concept of the individual game

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In Hyuck Hwang, Youngmin Kim, Dong Kun Lee and Jong Gye Shin

. Block Assignment planning for shipbuilding considering preference shop and load balancing. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Research report, 61(2), pp.32-41. Lee, J.M., 2007. An integrated process and measurement framework for planning production of large shipyards. PhD thesis. Seoul National University. Lee, K.K., Shin, J.G. and Ryu, C., 2009. Development of simulation based production execution system in a shipyard: a case study for a panel block assembly shop. Production Planning & Control, 20(8), pp.750

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Jürgen Mühlbacher, Jure Kovač, Adam Novotny and Anna Putnová

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After a strong focus on transition processes in Central East European countries (CEE), this topic has been displaced by more dramatic merger and reorganization processes or the recent financial crisis. This obscures the fact that we know almost nothing about the management competencies in these countries, which is an important building or stumbling block for future development. Therefore, we will examine the individual competencies of almost 300 top and middle managers in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia, and we will compare the different sets of competencies and interpret them according to the given economic situation in these countries

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Adam Krasuski and Karol Kreński

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In this article we present the foundations of a decision support system for blockage management in Fire Service. Blockage refers to the situation when all fire units are out and a new incident occurs. The approach is based on two phases: off-line data preparation and online blockage estimation. The off-line phase consists of methods from data mining and natural language processing and results in semantically coherent information granules. The online phase is about building the probabilistic models that estimate the block-age probability based on these granules. Finally, the selected classifier judges whether a blockage can occur and whether the resources from neighbour fire stations should be asked for assistance.

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E. Bakhtavar

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In this study, transition from open pit to block caving has been considered as a challenging problem. For this purpose, the linear integer programing code of Matlab was initially developed on the basis of the binary integer model proposed by Bakhtavar et al (2012). Then a program based on graphical user interface (GUI) was set up and named “Op-Ug TD Optimizer”. It is a beneficial tool for simple application of the model in all situations where open pit is considered together with block caving method for mining an ore deposit. Finally, Op-Ug TD Optimizer has been explained step by step through solving the transition from open pit to block caving problem of a case ore deposit.

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Adrienn Pongrácz, Réka Nemes, Caius Breazu, László Asztalos, Ileana Mitre, Edömér Tassonyi, Béla Fülesdi and Calin Mitre

References 1. Murphy GS, Szokol JW, Marymont JH, Greenberg SB, Avram MJ, Vender JS. Residual neuromuscular blockade and critical respiratory events in the postanesthesia care unit. Anesth Analg 2008; 107: 130-137. doi: 10.1213/ane.0b013e31816d1268 2. Berg H, Roed J, Viby-Mogensen J, Mortensen CR, Engbaek J, Skovgaard LT, et al. Residual neuromuscular block is a risk factor for postoperative pulmonary complications. A prospective, randomised, and blinded study of postoperative pulmonary complications after atracurium, vecuronium and pancuronium. Acta