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IZMENJAVA PODATKOV IN SINHRONIZACIJA PODATKOVNIH BAZ V POSLOVNEM INFORMACIJSKEM SISTEMU "MOONLIGHT BUSINESS SYSTEM"
Ivica Labaš, 2011, bachelor thesis/paper

Abstract: V diplomskem delu je v osnovi zajeto delovanje prenašanja podatkov v poslovnem informacijskem sistemu MoonLight Business System. Na kratko je predstavljeno programsko okolje in uporabljene tehnologije. Zapisane so primerjave in osnove formatov za prenašanje podatkov in sicer XML, CSV in JSON. Na praktičnih primerih sta predstavljena XML in CSV. Za oba formata je zapisan primer uvoza in izvoza podatkov. Glede na to, da je poslovni sistem povezan z večimi podatkovnimi bazami je potrebna njihova sinhronizacija.
Keywords: business information system, MoonLight Business System, XML, CSV, JSON, data base, data exchange, C#, WPF, object
Published: 19.09.2011; Views: 1374; Downloads: 108
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TESTING PROCYCLICALITY OF STOCK MARKET INDICES IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN TRANSITION AS COMPARED TO WORLD STOCK EXCHANGE CENTRES
Anita Peša, 2011, dissertation

Abstract: We tested the hypothesis of procyclicality for economic activity and the stock exchanges of southeastern European countries relative to the main world Stock Exchange Centers, with a particular emphasis on Croatia (as a country preparing for EU accession) in order to demonstrate the dependence of small financial markets on large ones and to investigate the spillover effect, i.e., the degree and pace of integration of 'new' financial markets into larger ones. Our estimates for the southeastern countries individually and together support the hypothesis of an increase in stock exchange indices in the period of transition, due to the opening of the market economy followed by large capital inflows. Our results for Croatia provided us with evidence that EU accession is a trigger for the better financial integration of a candidate country. The observed countries that are already in the EU wing (Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia) or those in the process of joining (Croatia and Montenegro) were found to be more dependent on the global financial markets and more exposed to adverse co-movements than other transitional southeastern countries (e.g. Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia).
Keywords: Stock Exchange, South-East Europe, financial integration, EU accession
Published: 17.02.2012; Views: 2120; Downloads: 102
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MIGRACIJA POŠTNEGA SISTEMA LOTUS DOMINO V MICROSOFT EXCHANGE
Andrej Timošenko, 2012, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomskem delu smo predstavili najnovejši Microsoftov poštni sistem Exchange 2010. Opisane so njegove poglavitne novosti in prednosti ter primerjava s programom Lotus Notes. V glavnem delu je opisana migracija iz poštnega sistema Lotus Domino v Microsoft Exchange s pomočjo brezplačnega orodja Microsoft Transporter Suite. Sledi še primerjava s plačljivimi orodji za migracijo tretjih proizvajalcev.
Keywords: poštni sistem, Lotus Notes, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange, migracija
Published: 22.06.2012; Views: 1543; Downloads: 145
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Boundary element method for thermal flows using k-[epsilon] turbulence models
Matjaž Ramšak, Leopold Škerget, 2008, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Purpose - This paper aims to develop a multidomain boundary element method (BEM) for modeling 2D complex turbulent thermal flow using low Reynolds two-equation turbulence models. Design/methodology/approach - The integral boundary domain equations are discretised using mixed boundary elements and a multidomain method also known as a subdomain technique. The resulting system matrix is an overdetermined, sparse block banded and solved using a fast iterative linear least squares solver. Findings - The simulation of a turbulent flow over a backward step is in excellent agreement with the finite volume method using the same turbulent model. A grid consisting of over 100,000 elements could be solved in the order of a few minutes using a 3.0 GhzP4 and 1 GB memory indicating good efficiency. Originality/value - The paper shows, for the first time, that the BEM is applicable to thermal flows using k-▫$epsilon$▫.
Keywords: thermal flow, heat exchange, turbulence, boundary element method, simulation
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 903; Downloads: 21
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EXCHANGE RATE REGIME AND BAHAVIOUR OF ECONOMIC PARTICIPANTS
Neven Vidaković, 2012, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: This thesis investigates the impact of the exchange rate regime choice on participants in the economy. The usual approach to the investigate the impact of the exchange rate changes in the economy is to investigate how do the changes in the exchange rate value impact the changes in the inflation rate. In order to stabilize inflation many central banks often adopt fixed or very stable exchange rates. This thesis takes another approach entirely and contests the narrow view of the exchange rate to just inflation. This thesis postulates that the choices of the exchange rate regime in itself dictates the behavior of economic agents. Under different exchange rate regimes the economic participants will make different choices and the difference in choices will be exhibited in the economic data. So economies with different exchange rate regimes will have different data properties for same economic variables. The focus of analysis is the transition small open economies which have to make a choice between stable and variable exchange rate regime. The interaction between participants in the economy is investigated through a dynamic model with optimizing agents under two states: stable and variable exchange rate regime. The participants analyzed in the thesis are: central bank, banks, households, firms and governments. Each participant makes optimal choices under each state of the exchange rate regime. Once the model is implemented interactions between the participants is investigated and how different choices change the data behavior. The model created is heavily skewed towards the impact of the monetary policy on the economy and does not investigate deeply into the fiscal policies. The predictions from the model are compared to the actual data on a sample of 10 transition economies: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia. The model does very well in terms of the monetary variables like foreign debt, household debt. From the data it is clear there are possible fiscal policies which could offset the effects of a particular exchange rate regime, but on the data set this was only done in Czech Republic. Comparing the model and the data it is clear the choice of the exchange rate regime and the change of the exchange rate regime (switch in the regime) does cause different economic behavior of economic participants. This brings another light to the influence of the monetary policy on the economy since from the model and the data it is clear the choice of the exchange rate regime play a significant role in the process of decision making of economic participants. The model predicts and the data confirms there is a considerable differences in the economic variables between the two regimes. The most striking differences are in: household debt and foreign debt. The model and the data both show the variable exchange rate is superior to stable exchange rate regime
Keywords: exchange rate regime, dynamic optimization, economic participants, monetary policy
Published: 22.07.2014; Views: 909; Downloads: 72
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