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Marjetka Cvetko, 2012, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: The study of translation is very young and has no unified theory. There is no uniform definition of an ideal translation. Aspects affecting translation are too numerous to consider them all. Up to the present many sciences have influenced its development and theory to a great extent, they changed, added to it and improved it. Text linguistics contributed to translation too, refuted the concept of a sentence-for-sentence or even word-for-word translation and focused on treating a text as a whole. This young discipline changed the perspective of text analysing, it moved from focusing on text producing, style or text type to its structure, it analyses genres, the elements texts are constructed of and the ties linking them into logical, whole units. Another approach to text analysing developed within the framework of systemic functional linguistics referred to as discourse analysis that investigates textuality according to linguistic resources such as reference, repetition conjunction etc. creating cohesive ties between linguistic items (Martin, 1992:3; Halliday and Hasan, 1995:2-4). In this graduation thesis reference to human participants was researched in theory and practice using the example of a text in English and its Slovene translation and the results show that the knowledge of differences or resemblances in achieving cohesion in English and Slovene can contribute to better translating between those two languages and makes it easier for the reader or receiver of the translation to understand it in one’s mother language.
Keywords: translating, text, text linguistics, discourse analysis, cohesion, reference, participant identification
Published: 12.06.2012; Views: 1749; Downloads: 137
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Analysis of vibrations and noise to determine the condition of gear units
Aleš Belšak, Jurij Prezelj, 2011, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: The main goal of maintenance is to maintain the characteristics of a technical system at the most favourable or still acceptable level. Maintenance costs can be reduced, operation can become more reliable and the frequency and complexity of damages can be reduced. To evaluate the condition of a technical system, it is necessary to collect precise data, and the to analyse, compare and process this data properly. Gear units are the most frequent machine parts or couplings. They consist of a housing, toothed wheels, bearings and a lubricating system and are of various types and sizes. Durable damages in gear units are often a resulta of the following factors: geometrical deviations or unbalanced component parts, material fatigue, which is a result of engagement of a gear pair, or damages caused to roller bearings. To monitor the condition of mechanical systems, methods for measuring vibrations and noise are usually used; data about a gear unit can be acquired in this way. Afterwards certain tools are used to analyse the data. Features that denote the presence of damages and faults are identified in this way.
Keywords: vibrations, noise source identification, maintenance, gears
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 970; Downloads: 49
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New linear spring stiffness definition for displacement analysis of cracked beam elements
Matjaž Skrinar, Tomaž Pliberšek, 2004, short scientific article

Abstract: The paper describes the reasons for the derivation of a new definition of a rotational spring that can be utilised in the simplified computational model for the computation of transverse displacements of cracked beam structures dueto transverse load. This definition plays an extremely important role in the inverse identification of cracks.
Keywords: linear springs, rotational spring, displacement analysis, transverse displacements, cracked beam structures, transverse load, inverse problems, transverse displacements, inverse identification of cracks
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1234; Downloads: 60
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Dyslexia and Foreign Language Learning in Primary Schools
Dijana Šmon, 2014, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: The thesis Dyslexia and Learning a Foreign Language in Primary Schools deals with the general difficulties in foreign language learning which are caused by a very specific disorder called dyslexia. The problems that come with the disorder are in most cases transferred across languages and the aim of this thesis was to find out how dyslexia influences on the learning of the foreign language (English) in the primary school, which is becoming an issue and an open question nowadays between scientists and teachers who have a direct contact with the pupils. The main goals of the thesis are to connect the general characteristics of dyslexia and its influence on English as a foreign language and to identify the main language learning areas and skills in which dyslectics need special support and need to be taken under further investigation. The emphasis is also on providing some solutions, strategies and methods that would help teachers to support their learners with dyslexia. In the empirical part, I discuss the results. I also provide interpretations of one questionnaire, which was filled in by teachers of foreign language and one test that Slovene learners who have been learning English as their foreign language took. To obtain more additional data, five interviews with English language teachers were transcribed and analysed about their knowledge of dyslexia and the methods that they use to help dyslectics to benefit as much as possible from the foreign language lessons.
Keywords: dyslexia, English as a foreign language, early identification, language awareness transfer, differentiation, teachers’ knowledge, developing language skills
Published: 07.03.2014; Views: 2172; Downloads: 232
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Adaptive identification in torii in triangular grids
Matjaž Kovše, Peter Stanet, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Pri adaptivni identifikaciji postavljamo vprašanja, eno za drugim, pri čemer je dovoljeno postaviti vprašanje, glede na do tistega trenutka prejete odgovore na predhodna vprašanja. Cilj je odkriti (potencialno) okvarjeno vozlišče v grafu. Na adaptivno identifikacijo lahko gledamo tudi kot na igro, kjer prvi igralec skrivoma izbere vozlišče, ki bo okvarjeno, ali ne izbere nobenega vozlišča, drugi igralec pa postavlja vprašanja kot "ali se nahaja okvarjeno vozlišče v krogli $B(v)$ s središčem v vozlišču $v$?" za vozlišča grafa $G$. Cilj prvega igralca je maksimizirati število potrebnih vprašanj. Cilj drugega igralca je minimizirati to število. V članku obravnavamo adaptivno identifikacijo v torusih na trikotniški mreži.
Keywords: identifikacijske kode, adaptivna identifikacija, trikotniške mreže, identifying codes, adaptive identification, triangular grids
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 527; Downloads: 7
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On graph identification problems and the special case of identifying vertices using paths
Florent Foucaud, Matjaž Kovše, 2012, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: V članku uvedemo problem identifikacije s potmi: pokritje z identifikacijskimi potmi grafa ▫$G$▫ je množica poti ▫$mathcal{P}$▫, za katere velja, da vsako vozlišče leži na vsaj eni poti iz ▫$mathcal{P}$▫, in za vsak par vozlišč $u,v$ obstaja pot iz ▫$mathcal{P}$▫, ki vsebuje natanko eno izmed vozlišč ▫$u$▫ in ▫$v$▫. Ta problem je soroden raznim variantam identifikacijskih problemov. Problem pokritja z identifikacijskimi potmi obravnavamo na nekaterih družinah grafov. Izpeljemo optimalne velikosti za pokritja z identifikacijskimi potmi za: poti, cikle, hiperkocke in topološka drevesa ter podamo zgornjo mejo za poljubna drevesa. Podamo tudi spodnje in zgornje meje za minimalno velikost pokritja z identifikacijskimi potmi za poljubne grafe in obravnavamo natančnost mej. Pokažemo, da poljuben povezan graf ▫$G$▫ premore pokritje z identifikacijskimi potmi velikosti kvečjemu ▫$Biglceil frac{2(|V(G)|-1)}{3} Bigrceil$▫. Obravnavamo tudi računsko zahtevnost pripadajočega optimizacijskega problema in pokažemo, da v primeru, ko so dolžine poti iz pokritja fiksne dolžine, sodi problem med APX-polne probleme.
Keywords: matematika, teorija grafov, poti, aproksimacija, mathematics, graph theory, test cover, identification, paths, approximation
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 349; Downloads: 51
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Fault detection of an industrial heat-exchanger
Dejan Dragan, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: One of the key issues in modelling for fault detection is how to accommodate the level of detail of the model description in order to suit the diagnostic requirements. The paper addresses a two-stage modelling concept to an industrial heat exchanger, which is located in a tyre factory. Modelling relies on combination of prior knowledge and recorded data. During the identification procedure, the estimates of continuous model parameters are calculated by the least squares method and the state variable filters (SVF). It is shown that the estimates are largely invariant of the bandwidth of the SVFs. This greatly reduces the overall modelling effort and makes the whole concept applicable even to less experienced users. The main issues of the modelling procedure are stressed. Based on the process model a simple detection system is derived. An excerpt of the results obtained on operating records is given.
Keywords: industrijski prenosniki toplote, zaznavanje napak, nadzor procesov, odkrivanje napak na osnovi modela, modeliranje, identifikacija, industrial heat exchanger, fault detection, condition monitoring, model-based detection, modelling, identification
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 707; Downloads: 7
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Breeding of laboratory mice for biomedical research
Maša Skelin, Marjan Rupnik, Marko Volk, 2010, original scientific article

Keywords: mouse breeding, husbandry, animal welfare, identification
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 398; Downloads: 7
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