Visoka tehnicka skola
Visoka tehnicka skola
Dihovicni D.,Visoka tehnicka skola
Journal of the Balkan Tribological Association | Year: 2014
The aim of this paper is to propose possible applications of fuzzy logic in making diagnostics conclusions about the states of the safe operation and reliability of the hydraulic equipment. Quality and purity of oil application are directly related to secure working process and full functionality of hydraulic equipment for regulation, managing and lubrication. It is provided the analyses of the requirements as well the analyses of the system incidents, a knowledge database for the process is created, and algorithm of decision making is developed by using C# approach in Windows environment.
Dihovicni D.,Visoka Tehnicka Skola |
Medenica M.,Visoka Tehnicka Skola
Chemical Engineering Transactions | Year: 2010
The paper describes solving problem of constructing knowledge database of a decision making in process safety. It is provided an analyses of the requirements and as well the analyses of the system incidents caused by specification, design and the implementation of the project. Main focus of this scientific paper is highlighted on practical stability problem and conditions for optimal performance of safe fault-tolerant controllers, I/O, engineering and pressure transmitterss. Algorithm of decision making in process safety is developed and the system has been realized taking into account C# approach in Windows environment. Copyright © 2010, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.
Puharic Z.,Visoka tehnicka skola |
Slijepcevic M.K.,Visoka tehnicka skola |
Badrov T.,Visoka tehnicka skola |
Petricevic N.,Zavod za javno zdravstvo grada Zagreba
Alcoholism and Psychiatry Research | Year: 2016
The term "gamblingc" refers to investing something valuable into an event with uncertain outcome for the chance of winning money or prizes. Main characteristics of gambling are taking a risk and the uncertainty of outcome. The study included 641 last-year high school pupils. 44,9% of the students had ever gambled. Majority of students gamble few times a month (70,5%), and 6,6% of students gamble every day. The most commonly reported gambling activity is sports betting (63,2%), and they go to betting boots mostly with friends (63.54%). Half of the students (56%) report that their parents know of their gambling habits and do not object them. Most of the students (71,5%) say they do not have family member who often gambles. Half of the students (52,8%) have been asked to show an ID card to prove that they are not underage. Almost all the students (94%) believe that their gambling habits do not interfere with their school success, and many of them (43,1%) believe that gambling cannot lead to addiction, 99,7% would never ask for professional help with gambling problems. Compared to economic school, other students are more likely to gamble if they attend technical school, (OR 4.14, CI 1.93-8.86), vocational (OR 2.88, CI 1.39-6.00) or tourism school (OR 5.65, CI 2.72-11.75) while they were least likely to gamble if they attend general high scool (OR 0.93, CI 0.48-1.82). The risk is greater four times for the technical students. Other factors, like intention to go to university, school success, living in urban or rural place, family income and monthly aloowance, were not significantly related to frequeny of gambling. Public accessibility to teenage gambling and the results of our study stress the need for developing the public health prevention programs for early assessment of problems and intervention for problem gambling. © 2015 KBCSM, Zagreb.