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The article presents an analysis of exploitation of vehicles of a transportation company, offering services in international transport. The research referred to two stages of the company operations - before and after introducing some organizational changes. Due to the lack of relation between probability of the future event and all preceding events except the current one, Markov processes have been used in the calculations. A simple, 5-state model, constituted a base for defining main directions of improvements and at the same time, effectively indicated areas of negligence and failures. The conducted research showed many faults in the studied system resulting from excessive trust towards the drivers and allowed to introduce some changes and corrections, which in effect allowed to obtain better results.

System: an Implementation and User's Guide," Machine Learning and Inference Laboratory, George Mason University, USA, 2000 J. Stirna and A. Persson, Eds., The Practice of Enterprise Modeling, Second IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference PoEM 2009 Springer LNBIP 39, 2009 J. Stirna and A. Persson, "An Enterprise Modeling Approach to Support Creativity and Quality in Information Systems and Business Development," in Innovations in Information Systems Modeling: Methods and Best Practices, T. Halpin, J. Krogstie, and E Proper, Eds., IGI Global, 2009, pp. 68-88. M. Kirikova, R

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Engineering. Washington, DC, USA. [4] Dănuleţiu, A., 2006. Analiza echilibrului financiar al întreprinderii , Analele Universităţii din Oradea, Vol. Finanţe-Contabilitate şi Bănci, p.491-495. [5] Grama, A., Pavaloaia, D., 2008. Comparative Analysis using Bankruptcy Prediction Models. An online computer-based system , Proceedings of the 2nd European Computing Conference: New Aspects On Computers Research, 2nd ECC, Malta. [6] Marshall, C., 2000. Enterprise modelling with UML. Designing succesful software through business analysis , Addison Wesley. [7] Oprea, D., Meşniţă, G

) social goal of the organization ; ii) organizational strategies ; iii) governance structure . Those dimensions emerged as the three aspects for which policies have had an impact on WISEs. This paper should be seen as a first attempt to build knowledge about emerging or already well-established social enterprise models in Japan. This, in turn, could foster international comparative analysis between Japan and other developed countries where scholars have already studied the social enterprise field in greater detail. Furthermore, the long-term goal of this research is

sentence) interpretation. The far reaching aims Barwise and Perry proposed for semantic theory are spelled out. Barwise and Perry’s Relational Theory of Meaning is described, in particular its emphasis on utterance situations and on the reification of information. The final part of the article explains how conceptual apparatus from situation semantics has ulti- mately come to play an important role in a highly challenging enterprise, model- ling dialogue interaction, in particular metacommunicative interaction. 1  Introduction Situation Semantics emerged in the 1980

identify, analyze and compare social enterprise models across countries, regions and fields. Some 230 researchers working together under the coordination of Jacques Defourny (CES, HEC – University of Liege, Belgium) and Marthe Nyssens (CIRTES, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium). The ICSEM project ( is active in over 55 countries, in all regions of the world. This research has been carried out with the support of an Interuniversity Attraction Pole funded by the Belgian Science Policy Office under the title “If not for profit, for


This article deals with the strategies of linguistic coordination of four enterprise models located in Catalonia (Spain), unequally affected by the mobility of factors of production. We analyze the linguistic regimes of each one of these models paying special attention to the linguistic criteria of selection and promotion of personnel. Based on the data obtained, we identify two typologies of companies, each one with a different degree of emphasis on communicative efficiency and on strategies of control through practices of linguistic discrimination.