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Neven Elezović, Josip Pečarić and Marjan Praljak

References 1. Elezović, N.; Pećarić, J.; Praljak, M. - Potential inequality revisited I: General case, Math. Inequal. Appl., 15 (2012), 787-810. 2. Hardy, G.H.; Littlewood, J.E.; P_olya, G. - Inequalities, 2d ed. Cambridge at the University Press, 1952. 3. Pećarić, J.; Perić, J. - Improvements of the Giaccardi and the Petrović inequality and related Stolarsky type means, An. Univ. Craiova Ser. Mat. Inform., 39 (2012), 65-75. 4. Rao, M.; Šikić, H. - Potential inequality, Israel J. Math., 83 (1993

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O. Vilitis, M. Rutkis, J. Busenbergs and D. Merkulovs

REFERENCES 1. Vilitis, O., Rutkis, M., Busenbergs, J., and Merkulovs, D. (2016). Determination of contact potential difference by the Kelvin probe (Part I). 1. Basic principles of measurements probe. Latv. J. Phys. Techn. Sci., 2 , 48–57. 2. Palevsky, H., Swank, R.K., and Grenchik, R. (1947). Design of dynamic condenser electrometers. Rev. Sci. Instrum , 18 , 298–314. 3. Mitchinson, J.C., Prongle, R.D., and Farvis, W.E.J. (1971). Surface potential measurement using a rotating dynamic capacitor. J.phys., E 4, 525–529. 4. Petit

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O. Vilitis, M. Rutkis, J. Busenberg and D. Merkulov

., Fonavs, E., and Muzikante, I. (2001). A system for measuring surface potential by the Kelvin-Zisman vibrating capacitor probe. Latv. J. Phys. Techn. Sci. 5 , 38–56. 13. Pfeiffer, M., and Leo, K. (1996). Fermi level determination in organoc thin films by the Kelvin probe method. J. Appl Phys. 80 (12), 6880–6883. 14. Ritty, B., Wahtel, Ott, F., Manquenouille, R., and Donnet, J.B. (1980). New application of the Kelvin method involving the scanning of the bucking voltage. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 51 (10), 1421–1423.

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Krzysztof Niemczuk, Marian Truszczyńsk and Monika Szymańska-Czerwińska

References 1. Balin B.J., Lee M., Hammond C.J., Patel S., MacIntyre A., Little C.S., Appelt D.M.: The association of Chlamydia pneumoniae infection with pathological hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiol Aging 2004, 25 , 436. 2. Baud D., Thomas V., Arafa A., Regan L., Greub G.: Waddlia chondrophila , a potential agent of human fetal death. Emerg Infect Dis 2007, 13 , 1239-1243. 3. Blumer S., Greub G., Waldvogel A., Hassig M., Thoma R., Tschuor A., Pospischil A., Borel N.: Waddlia

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Dragana Živković, Dragan Manasijević, Nada Štrbac, Milica Niculović and Jelena Živadinović

., Bastic M., Differences in organizations innovation capability in transition economy: Internal aspect of organizations strategic orientation, Technovation, 27, 9, 533-546, 2007. [10] http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/serbia/overview [11] http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/ekonomija/nuzna_veca_ulaganja_u_nauku.4.html?news_id=281338 [12] Aiman-Smith L., Goodrich N., Roberts D., Scinta J., Assessing your organization’s potential for value innovation, Research Technology Management, Washington, 48, 2, 37-42, 2005

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Agnieszka Izabela Baruk and Anna Goliszek

References 1 The perception of the employer influences both the current employees (e.g. by stimulating their engagement (see: B. Kunerth, R. Mosley, Applying employer brand management to employee engagement, "Strategic HR Review" 2011, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 19-26)) and potential employees (e.g. by attracting them to a particular employer), obviously if his image is positive. 2 It is worth emphasizing here that over 60% of the representatives of Gen Z (people born between 1995 and 2012) would like to work for many years for the

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Maciej Karwowski

zdolnosci. Typy inteligencji a kreatywnosc. Krakow: Oficyna Wydawnicza Impuls. Karwowski, M. (2007). Teachers’ nominations of students’ creativity: Should we believe them? Are the nominations valid? Social Sciences, 2 , 264-269. Karwowski, M. (2008). Measuring creativity using the Test of Creative Imagination (TCI). Part 1. Presentation of a new instrument to measure creative potential. New Educational Review, 1 , 44-54. Karwowski, M. (2008a). Measuring creativity using the Test of Creative Imagination (TCI). Part 2. On validity of the TCI. New

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Jeleapov Ana

Earth and Environmental Sciences, vol. 10(1), pp. 161-169. Hapciuc, O.E., Iosub, M., Tomașciuc, A.I., Minea, I., ---amp--- Romanescu, G., (2016), Identification of the potential risk areas regarding the floods occurrence within small mountain catchments, Proceeding of 2 nd International Scientific Conference Geobalcanica, pp. 177-183; Minea, G., (2013), Assessment of the Flash Flood Potential of Bâsca River Catchment (Romania), Based on Physiographic Factors Cent. Eur. J. Geosci., vol. 5(3), pp. 344-353 Romanescu, G., Zaharia, C., Paun, E

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L’ubomír Šumichrast

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Scalar and vector potential as well as the electromagnetic field of a moving point charge is a nice example how the application of symbolic functions (distributions) in electromagnetics makes it easier to obtain and interpret solutions of otherwise hardly solvable problems.

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L. Sjöberg

International School of Geodesy, Erice, Italy Cook A. H. (1967) The determination of the external gravity field of the Earth from observation of artificial satellites. Geophysical Journal of Royal Astronomy Society , Vol. 13. Heiskanen W. A. and H. Moritz (1967). Physical geodesy. W H Freeman and Co., San Francisco and London Holota P. (1994) Two branches of the Newton potential and geoid. In H Suenkel and I Marson (eds.): Gravity and Geoid. IAG Symposia No. 113, Graz, Springer, 205