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vol. 13, no. 3,2017

CREATING MARKETING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE CONSUMER IN THE CONTEXT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNET TOOLS

The aim of the article is to present marketing knowledge about the consumer as an enterprise resource and the role of marketing research in expanding it in the context of progressive virtualization of social life and the development of Internet tools. The current article was written on the basis of an in-depth literature study and an analysis of the selected results of quantitative research conducted in 2013 on a sample of 152 enterprises.
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Mazurek-Łopacińska, K., & Sobocińska, M. (2017). Creating marketing knowledge about the consumer in the context of the development of Internet tools. Applied Computer Science, 13(3), 90-101. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-24
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Mazurek-Łopacińska, Krystyna, and Magdalena Sobocińska. "Creating Marketing Knowledge About the Consumer in the Context of the Development of Internet Tools." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 3 (2017): 90-101.
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K. Mazurek-Łopacińska and M. Sobocińska, "Creating marketing knowledge about the consumer in the context of the development of Internet tools," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 90-101, 2017.
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Mazurek-Łopacińska K, Sobocińska M. Creating marketing knowledge about the consumer in the context of the development of Internet tools. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(3):90-101.
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INFLUENCE OF HOMOGENIZATION METHODS IN PREDICTION OF STRENGTH PROPERTIES FOR WPC COMPOSITES

In order to reduce costs of experimental research, new methods of forecasting material properties are being developed. The current intensive increase in computing power motivates to develop the computer simulations for material properties prediction. This is due to the possibility of using analytical and numerical methods of homogenization. In this work calculations for predicting the properties of WPC composites using analytical homogenization methods, i.e. Mori-Tanaka (first and second order) models, Nemat-Nasser and Hori models and numerical homogenization methods were performed.
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Frącz, W., & Janowski, G. (2017). Influence of homogenization methods in prediction of strength properties for WPC composites. Applied Computer Science, 13(3), 77-89. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-23
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Frącz, Wiesław, and Grzegorz Janowski. "Influence of Homogenization Methods in Prediction of Strength Properties for Wpc Composites." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 3 (2017): 77-89.
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W. Frącz and G. Janowski, "Influence of homogenization methods in prediction of strength properties for WPC composites," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 77-89, 2017.
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Frącz W, Janowski G. Influence of homogenization methods in prediction of strength properties for WPC composites. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(3):77-89.
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NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF SPINAL LOADS IN SPONDYLOLISTHESIS TREATMENT USING PEDICLE SCREWS – PRELIMINARY RESEARCH

The aim of this experimental study was to analyse the influence of lumbar stabilisation used in the treatment of spondylolisthesis on the biomechanical properties of the human lumbar spine. FEM models were built on the basis of pre-surgical CT scans, routinely used in medical practice. MIMICS software was used to process the results of the neuroimaging study and to create 3D models. Two models were built: with and without a stabiliser. A static load analysis was performed for a normal upper-body load. The simulations allowed to determine the stresses in the individual discs for both models, with and without the transpedicular stabiliser.
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Zubrzycki, J., Smidova, N., Litak, J., & Ausiyevich, A. (2017). Numerical analysis of spinal loads in spondylolisthesis treatment using pedicle screws – preliminary research. Applied Computer Science, 13(3), 64-76. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-22
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Zubrzycki, Jarosław, Natalia Smidova, Jakub Litak, and Andre Ausiyevich. "Numerical Analysis of Spinal Loads in Spondylolisthesis Treatment Using Pedicle Screws – Preliminary Research." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 3 (2017): 64-76.
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J. Zubrzycki, N. Smidova, J. Litak, and A. Ausiyevich, "Numerical analysis of spinal loads in spondylolisthesis treatment using pedicle screws – preliminary research," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 64-76, 2017.
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Zubrzycki J, Smidova N, Litak J, Ausiyevich A. Numerical analysis of spinal loads in spondylolisthesis treatment using pedicle screws – preliminary research. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(3):64-76.
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NEW EXTRUSION PROCESS FOR PRODUCING TWIST DRILLS USING SPLIT DIES

The paper presents a new extrusion process for producing twist drills using split dies. The design of the dies is described, where the profile of the flute-forming element is the same as the profile of the flute on the plane inclined to the drill axis at an angle equal to the helix angle. The proposed method for the extrusion of twist drills by the new type of dies is verified by numerical modeling. Three cases of the extrusion process are modelled, each with a different position of the flute-forming element relative to the axis of the drill. The paper investigates the effect of the position of the flute-forming element on the angle of inclination of the flutes and the cross-section shape of the drill. Numerical modeling is performed using DEFORM-3D.
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Bulzak, T., Pater, Z., & Tomczak, J. (2017). New extrusion process for producing twist drills using split dies. Applied Computer Science, 13(3), 55-63. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-21
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Bulzak, Tomasz, Zbigniew Pater, and Janusz Tomczak. "New Extrusion Process for Producing Twist Drills Using Split Dies." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 3 (2017): 55-63.
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T. Bulzak, Z. Pater, and J. Tomczak, "New extrusion process for producing twist drills using split dies," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 55-63, 2017.
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Bulzak T, Pater Z, Tomczak J. New extrusion process for producing twist drills using split dies. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(3):55-63.
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A MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION IN THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT OF A PRODUCTION COMPANY

The knowledge acquisition model proposed in this paper is designed to assist with the acquisition of knowledge in a company possessing its own maintenance department. The model is built on the basis of knowledge bases. The authors focus on basic information required for maintenance department operation and expert archiving of technical documentation. Three main areas are covered by the model: knowledge acquisition and formalization, knowledge systematization and knowledge retrieval by problem or field. It is assumed that the implementation of the model coupled with an electronic knowledge acquisition report and with an application for information retrieval will bring benefits for the company.
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Śliwa, M., & Kosicka, E. (2017). A model of knowledge acquisition in the maintenance department of a production company. Applied Computer Science, 13(3), 41-54. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-20
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Śliwa, Małgorzata, and Ewelina Kosicka. "A Model of Knowledge Acquisition in the Maintenance Department of a Production Company." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 3 (2017): 41-54.
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M. Śliwa and E. Kosicka, "A model of knowledge acquisition in the maintenance department of a production company," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 41-54, 2017.
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Śliwa M, Kosicka E. A model of knowledge acquisition in the maintenance department of a production company. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(3):41-54.
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