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Zhaole Yang

, Gennaro. 2013. Logic in grammar: Polarity, free choice, and intervention . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Constantinescu, Camelia. 2011. Gradability in the nominal domain. Leiden: University of Leiden dissertation. Duffley, Patrick & Pierre Larrivée. 2010. Anyone for non-scalarity. English Language and Linguistics 14(1). 1–17. Eifring, Halvor. 1995. Clause combination in Chinese . Leiden: Brill. Fauconnier, Gilles. 1975. Pragmatic scales and logical structure. Linguistic Inquiry 6. 353–375. Fauconnier, Gilles. 1978. Implication

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Krasimira Genova, Leonid Kirilov and Vasil Guljashki

of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, Vol. 11 , 2002, No 3, 139-150. 4. Ehrgott, M. A. Discussion of Scalarization Techniques for Multiple Objective Integer Programming. - Annals of Operations Research, Vol. 147 , 2006, No 1, 343-360. 5. Genova, K., M. Vassileva. Reference-Neighbourhood Scalarization for Multiobjective Integer Linear Programming Problems, New Trends in Classification and Data Mining. - In: International Book Series “IS & C”. No 16. K. Markov, V. Ryazanov, V. Velychko, L. Aslanyan, Eds. 2010, 73-81. 6

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Andrzej Ruszewski

: Simple analytic conditions for stability of fractional discretetime linear systems with diagonal state matrix. Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Technical Sciences, 60 (2012), 809-814. [5] M. BUSŁOWICZ: Stability of fractional discrete-time linear scalar systems with one delay. Pomiary Automatyka Robotyka, 2 (2013). [6] M. BUSŁOWICZ: Stability conditions for linear continuous-time fractional-order state-delayed systems. Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Technical Sciences, 64 (2016), 3-7. [7] M

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Hagit Shefer

., Leech, G. and Svartvik, J., 1985. A comprehensive grammar of the English language . London/New-York: Longman. Rickford J. R., Wasow, T., Zwiky, A. and Buchstaller, I., 2007. Intensive and quotative ALL: Something old something new. American Speech , vol. 82, no. 1, pp. 3-31. Schwenter, S.A. and Traugott, E.S., 2000. Invoking scalarity. The development of in fact . Journal of Historical Pragmatics , vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 7-25. Sullivan, K., 2011. If and when it’s a construction … Constructions and Frames , vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 236-260. Traugott

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Zhi Ying. Ren, ChengHui. Gao, GuoQiang. Han, Shen Ding and JianXing. Lin

-2169. [7] Kingsbury, N. (1999). Image processing with complex wavelets. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 357, 2543-2560. [8] Jiang, X.Q., Blunt, L. (2004). Third generation wavelet for the extraction of morphological features from micro and nano scalar surfaces. Wear, 257 (12), 1235-1240. [9] Tomasi, C., Manduchi, R. (1998). Bilateral filtering for gray and color images. In International Conference on Computer Vision, 4-7 Jan. 1998. IEEE, 839-846. [10] Selesnick, I.W. (2001). Hilbert transform pairs of

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Stanisław Lach and Leszek Opyrchał

. Badanie kierunku filtracji w zaporach ziemnych z wykorzystaniem metody iloczynu skalarnego. W: Zagrożenia jakości wód powierzchniowych i metody działań ochronnych [Testing the direction of seepage through the earth-fill dams using the scalar product method. In: Threats to the quality of surface water and methods of conservation practices]. Ed. G. Mazurkiewicz-Boroń, B. Marczewska. Lublin. Wydaw. KUL p. 289–300. O pyrchał L., S elerski S., S tachurski K. 2007. Nowe metody badania kierunku filtracji [New methods for testing the direction of seepage]. XII

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Josef Diblík, Miroslava Růžičková and Ewa Schmeidel

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There is used a version of Schauder’s fixed point theorem to prove the existence of asymptotically periodic solutions of a scalar Volterra difference equation. Along with the existence of asymptotically periodic solutions, sufficient conditions for the nonexistence of such solutions are derived. Results are illustrated on examples.

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Martin Erlebach, Marián Halás, Jan Daniel and Pavel Klapka

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Selected traits of the spatial organisation of a geographical environment which stem from two types of human behaviour (locational and interactive) are examined in this paper. An attempt is made to find and account for similarities in the spatial patterns of scalar and vector geographical data. In doing so, the paper analyses a core-periphery dichotomy, based on socio-economic information, and travel-to-work patterns. The paper uses the concept of a region as an integrating and focusing framework for the study. Formal regions (peripheral areas) are defined through the application of principal components analysis and cluster analysis; functional regions are defined by a standard rule-based regionalisation algorithm. The territory of the Czech Republic is used as an area for testing the basic hypotheses. The results show that there is some form of interrelationship and complementarity between the spatial distribution of scalar data and vector data, i.e. between spatial structure and spatial interaction patterns, which together form the spatial organisation of a geographical environment.

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Isabel Oltra-Massuet and Isabel Pérez-Jiménez