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Novi Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Alija I.,University of Travnik
Technics Technologies Education Management | Year: 2010

Integrated circuit topography has to be protected because development of new integrated circuits, and particularly the reduction in their size, requires significant investments, whereas it is very easy and inexpensive to copy the topography once it has been developed. A well designed and produced chip is subject to copying by competition, what is the main reason for emergence of the right to protect the topography of integrated circuits. Protected topography ensures, for a limited time period, exclusive right of its owner to prohibit or allow copying the topography, as well as the importing, selling or engaging in other transactions with topography or the integrated circuit produced on the basis of its use and also the product into which the integrated circuit containing the protected topography has been incorporated. The law on integrated circuit topography, once adopted, would provide for new legislation of topography right the concept of which would guarantee maximum quality, contemporariness of the solution and compatibility with requirements of the Bosnian- Herzegovinian economic system and with proven systems in the world. Source


Bogdanovic V.,University of Novi Sad | Ruskic N.,University of Novi Sad | Kulovic M.,University of Travnik | Han L.,University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Transportation Research Record | Year: 2013

Two-way stop-controlled (TWSC) intersections are one of the most common forms of at-grade roadway junctions in the world. These intersections are typically located where a minor road intersects or joins a major roadway and stop signs are placed on the minor approaches. When the major roadway and the traffic that it carries go straight through the intersection, it is a standard TWSC intersection. In many places, however, the prevailing traffic and the major roadway do not continue straight through the intersection. In such cases, the major roadway bends at an angle at the intersection, and the stop signs on the minor streets are placed on adjacent legs of the intersection. These intersections are nonstandard TWSC intersections. Nonstandard TWSC intersections are found frequently in some countries and exist in most. These intersections are officially recognized in traffic codes and manuals in Europe, Australia, and the United States, yet the Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) TWSC procedure does not specifically handle these intersections. In fact, a literature review yielded no established procedure for the calculation of capacity at nonstandard TWSC intersections that would consider the specificities related to the layout of the approaching roadways and the characteristics of the traffic flow, such as the critical headway and the follow-up headway. This paper demonstrates the uniqueness of nonstandard TWSC intersections, reports analysis results from field data collected at several similar nonstandard TWSC T-intersections, identifies discrepancy in critical headway figures and level-of-service ratings that can result from the use of the HCM procedure for TWSC intersections, and calls for further research on the subject in other locales. Source


Jakic V.,University of Travnik
Technics Technologies Education Management | Year: 2011

The paper is aimed at defining the fundamental marketing terms (presented in the first section of the paper: basics of small business marketing) and, on a sample of thirty small business based in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republic of Croatia, at empirically researching the degree of the use of marketing in these businesses (presented in the second section of the paper: summary of the report on empirical research). The business owners were interviewed based on a questionnaire that consisted of twelve thematic units, each of which was subdivided into a few headwords. In summary, over a half of respondents (33 or 55.0%) knows nothing and do not use marketing in their business, 16 of them (or 26.7%) knows a lot about them and applies marketing in their companies, while 11 (or18.3%) hardly got passing grades. Source


Alija I.,University of Travnik
Technics Technologies Education Management | Year: 2011

Having signed Stabilization and Association Agreement with European Community (further in text: EC) in 2008, Bosnia and Herzegovina committed itself, on its path to full membership to European Community, to adopt acquis communautaire. In september 2008 within the EuropeAid Programme financed by European Community, Bosnia and Herzegovina accepted full responsibility to improve collective management of copyright and related rights at the legislative level in order to achieve full accordance of domestic law with European Community legal system as well as with valid international conventions and treaties in that field (Berne Convention, Rome Convention, Brussels Convention, TRIPS Agreement and treaties WCT and WIPT). At the same time, responsibility of providing higher nomotechnical level of a new law as well as its comparable nature with similar contemporary regulations of other members of European Community was added to the main task. In applicable Law on Copyright and Related Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina (ZAPSP/2002) collective management of copyright and related rights has been treated in a very unsatisfying way. That crucial issue is treated by ten articles only, if we take into consideration all articles in chapters of Law which, at least, treat realization of rights by title. However, by such narrow regulation a lot of questions have become opened, therefore, one of intention of enacting this law is overcoming lack of law in that field. Source


Lozovina M.,University of Split | Lozovina V.,University of Split | Bonacin D.,University of Travnik
Sport Science | Year: 2011

Training (or transformation process) is a series of operations that is applied in a specific time interval, where each one has its own important characteristic such as: operation content, the way operation is performed, the size of subject activities over which the operation is performed. Paradigmatic and methodological conditions in transformation processes inevitable leads to modulation of such process based on precise methodological presumptions and mathematical definitions. It is of minor importance that some of conditions and occasions could not be monitored and controlled absolutely, because well planed and programmed process includes some type of possible discordance with 'ideal' state defined in starting position. Anyway, after acceptance of methodological presumptions, the only tool we can seriously accept for controlling and evaluation of training is mathematical. This article tries to point on some such major comprehensive allocations that can be of great importance for training understanding, modulation identification and recognition and with global ideas included. Source

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