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Razvojna programska platforma WaveMaker
Dejan Kašnik, 2014, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: WaveMaker je odprtokodna programska platforma za razvoj, ki avtomatizira postopke za izdelavo Java spletnih aplikativnih rešitev in razvoj aplikacij v oblaku. Spada med orodja za hiter vizualni razvoj aplikativnih rešitev (angl. Rapid Application Development) in omogoča izdelavo aplikacij za namizne računalnike, tablične računalnike in pametne telefone, ki so neodvisne od platforme. Mobilne aplikacije delujejo na pametnih telefonih ne glede na to, ali se uporablja sistem Android, Apple iOS, Windows Phone 7 ali kateri drugi operacijski sistem. Platforma je na voljo za brezplačen prenos odprtokodne programske opreme za izdelavo aplikacij. Kot primer uporabnosti platforme je predstavljena aplikativna rešitev spletnega informacijskega portala, preko katerega odjemalci spremljajo porabo, stanje plačil in odprtih postavk ter na enostaven način sporočijo stanja merilnih naprav. Portal je v celoti izdelan v platformi WaveMaker.
Keywords: WaveMaker, JavaScript, Ajax, RAD (angl. Rapid Application Development), Java
Published: 17.11.2014; Views: 904; Downloads: 78
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Linguistic change and its forms
Marjana Protner, 2014, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Language changes constantly. It has been changing for centuries and it will be changing in the future. Changes happen on all levels of a particular language: in spelling, in grammar, in meaning, and in pronunciation. Most of the language changes are changes which appear independent of the wills of the speakers of the language. When we study the language change we must not concentrate only on one particular geographical area where this language is spoken. We must try to research language as an entirety. The reason for this is that, although people speak the same language, some changes happen only in one special geographical area or only among one group of people.
Keywords: language, changes, vocabulary, development, linguistic varieties, who, whom
Published: 02.10.2014; Views: 726; Downloads: 79
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Scenario development and application of basic art principles in the design of a children’s short story
Tamara Domuzin, 2014, master's thesis/paper

Abstract: The purpose of the Masther thesis is to gain more detailed insight into subjects of children's literature and theory of art. While researching the field of children's literature, a great importance has been given to finding the typical characters that form the cast of children stories, as well as the basic elements and development of the typical plot. These principles have been followed in the first section of empirical part - writing a children's short story. While researching the theory of art, the purpose was to gain knowledge of visual elements of composition and principles of design, that have been used in the second section of empirical part - creating illustrations for specific scenes of the story.
Keywords: children's literature, scenario development, art theory, composition
Published: 19.02.2015; Views: 672; Downloads: 46
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Vloga metodologije managementa vrednosti v projektu razvoja inovativnega kuhinjskega aparata
Domen Pušnik, 2015, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomski nalogi bomo obravnavali vlogo metodologije managmenta v projektu razvoja novega izdelka, opisali proces izvajanja le-te in opredelili povezavo vključevanja metodologije v celoten življenjski cikel projekta.
Keywords: management vrednosti, vrednostna analiza, razvoj izdelkov, product development project, PIP
Published: 14.12.2015; Views: 541; Downloads: 17
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Structural changes in agriculture in the Pomurje region after 1991
Matej Kraner, Lučka Lorber, 2010, review article

Abstract: The Pomurje region is the most agricultural and the least developed region in Slovenia. Since 1991, the year when Slovenia gained its independence, the country transformed from the socialist system to the free market capitalism and was forced to restructure the agricultural policy. The decrease and the aging of the population, the abandon of the agriculture production and the decay of cultural landscape turned out to be serious problems. In Pomurje, agriculture was faced with unfavourable age structure of farmers in family farms. The Slovene agricultural policy was aware of this problem and took a number of measures to encourage the aging farmers to retire and the young generation to take over. Alongside this process began the process of merging land in the Pomurje rural areas. In the last 10 years, the agriculture in Pomurje underwent the improvement of agricultural technology, the specialization of productions and the enlargement of farms.
Keywords: Slovenia, Prekmurje, agricultural development, agricultural policies, CAP, agriculture structure, CAP
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 379; Downloads: 58
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Transition in Slovenian rural areas
Lučka Lorber, 2009, review article

Abstract: This paper discusses the changes in Slovenian rural areas after socio-economic changes in the post-socialist European states in the 1970s. It illustrates regional and national factors having effect on transition in Slovenian rural areas. Special emphasis is put on the analysis of structural indicators of socio-economic changes in the Slovenian rural areas in comparison to the neighbouring countries. Slovenian population is strongly attached to their traditional rural way of life. When ranging people's life values, care for maintaining the rural landscape, assuring the quality of lifein relation to nature and production of healthy food come out among their highest priorities. The mentioned fact implies an elaborate analysis of interdependence between the economic impacts of trade economy and realisation of common European agricultural policy in relation to maintaining traditions of living and farm management in Slovenian rural areas. Thus, evaluation of national agricultural policy and development of rural area through indicators showing land use categories, individual farm sizes and their ownership structure, the share and mobility of rural population and individual farms' production orientation, are a good indicator of transition in Slovenian rural area.
Keywords: rural development, agriculture, common European policy, development indicators, regional disparities
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 558; Downloads: 56
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The impact of corruption and organized crime on the development of sustainable tourism
Janez Mekinc, Tina Kociper, Bojan Dobovšek, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: Purpose: This study focuses on the phenomenon of organized criminality and corruption. Its purpose is to analyse and explain how organized crime and corruption impact the processes of environmentally sustainable development and, indirectly, the development of tourist destinations and activities. Design/Methods/Approach: We analyzed relationships between tourist destinations, sustainable tourism, organized crime, and corruption from secondary data. We further synthesize findings and supplement them with observations and previous research findings. Findings: Organized crime and corruption have a direct impact on the sustainable development of tourist destinations and also on the services and activities of sustainable tourism. Based on a comparison of several indexes, the sustainable development of tourist destinations is greatly (negatively) affected by ecocriminality which holds back the development of sustainable tourism. It can be concluded that countries with less corruption have a better developmental sustainability, which is the building block of sustainable tourism. Originality/Value: Developing theoretical explanations and systematic studies are necessary as a first order of business if countries wish to prosecute organized crime and corruption relating to tourism. This is the first study in Slovenia dealing with this problem, thereby opening many questions for future research.
Keywords: sustainable tourism, sustainable development, corruption, organized crime, tourist destinations
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 441; Downloads: 77
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Human resource development in a small company
Mojca Bernik, Dušanka Kermc, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The small business sector is often overlooked in human resource development researches, despite representing a large portion of the total economy. Very few studies exist on the subject of human resources development needs analysis in small organisations. Development plans remain mostly unwritten, which can lead to the impression that development is not being implemented or planned and is therefore not valid. This paper presents case study of the existing human resource development system in a small company PAN -JAN d.o.o. The research included 80% of all employees, which is 20 out of 25. The research examined the correlation between the additional education and better business performance, analysis of variance on age and number of courses and discriminant analysis on age, years of service, levels of education and legally required education and training programmes. In discussion are proposed changes or improvements, as well as a human resource development model.
Keywords: human resource development, planning, training activities
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 618; Downloads: 194
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Computer aided decision support in product design engineering
Marina Novak, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Product design engineering is a complex discipline, which is undergoing a transformation from informal and largely experience-based domain to scientific oriented domain. Computational intelligence can contribute greatly to product design process, as it is becoming more and more evident that adding intelligence to existing computer aids, such as computer aided design systems, can lead to significant improvements in terms of effectiveness and reliability of various tasks within product design engineering. Providing computer aided decision support is one of the computational intelligence methods that proved to be effective in enabling more intelligent and less experience-dependent design performance. In this paper, some of the most crucial areas of product design engineering process that require additional computational intelligence in terms of computer aided decision support are presented together with some examples of intelligent knowledge-based modules applied to this areas.
Keywords: product development, design engineering, design for X, computational intelligence, decision support, knowledge-based modules
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 853; Downloads: 47
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