Erscheinungsdatum: 25.12.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind, Titelzusatz: Contributions from Perception, Rehabilitation, and Computer Vision, Auflage: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1985, Redaktion: Strelow, Edward R. // Warren, D. H., Verlag: Springer Netherlands // Springer Netherland, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Medizin // Andere Fachgebiete, Seiten: 540, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 809 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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The main aim of the author was to research some of the most characteristic examples of abandoned synagogues and sites having similar problems in the past or present, and to demonstrate some solutions, which could be used in the case of the synagogue in Subotica, Serbia. Those examples have been chosen from the nearest region around Subotica within the perimeter of about 200 km (Novi Sad, Szeged, Kecskemét, Timisoara, and Budapest), because of their geographic position, shared historic, multi-confessional and multi-cultural background and similar urban and architectural development that shows the best model for analysis. Using the help and experiences of the analyzed case studies the author made a general evaluation system in a form of a table, and an analysis of the spatial implementation of a possible new purpose and offered some guidelines for the program for restoration and rehabilitation of the synagogue in Subotica, a building of an outstanding heritage value.
The book deals with the issues related to the role of small cities in the spatial structure of the country and increase of the awarness concerning significance of the city residential environment for the residents, who are more and more aware of their needs. Small cities within the eastern wall of the country have been given much attention, due to the necessity of conducting rehabilitation activities in their areas, aimed at improving residential environment quality.These examples include cities with high development capacity, yet lack of financial means. As a result, they are becoming more and more poor. Currently, the central zones of small cities want to throb with life, be attractive for tourists, create the image of representative space with spectacular architecture, easy access to the basic services and to numerous attractions. The problem lies in assessment of the possibilities and needs, as well as directions for activities.
The Black Sea is characterized by its large continental shelf, water stratification, lack of vertical mixing, highest H2S content of deep waters worldwide, strong freshwater input, increased levels of nutrients and detritus, weak water mass exchange with the Mediterranean Sea, large spatial and temporal variability of physical and chemical properties, about half salinities of those noticed in the world s ocean, slightly different composition of the ionic ratios. Poorer flora and fauna have been previously compensated by their high biological productivity. Relatively few alien species entered this particular environment. Up to the end of the fifth decade of the XXth century the Black Sea underwent major changes which contributed to a severe ecological disequilibrium. Considerable efforts have been devoted after 1990 for the rehabilitation of this still highly endangered sea. Within these joint contemporary concerns the continuous development of Romanian oceanography has enriched Black Sea research. Selected research and monitoring results regarding marine biology, ecology and radioactivity, history of oceanography, research and management programmes / projects are reviewed.
Beggars are commonly found in Public places of Nigerian cities. Following this observation, this study examined the spatial distribution of beggars in Osogbo, the Osun state capital. It was discovered tha street beggars are commonly found in commercial areas, road junctions and religious centres. The study also revealed that there is no significant correlation between street begging and physical disabilities. Beggars constitute serious economic, social and physical menace to the society as beggars contribute nothing to city's economy but rather constitute eyesores to passers-by,constituting visual pollutants, increasing land pollution and water pollution as they dispose indiscriminately on the road. It was therefore, recommended that begging activities should be proscribed in public places.Government should make it mandatory for all Local Government Areas in the state to provide a rehabilitation centre for the beggars. This should be supported by Non governmental Organisations