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The use of the computer application TRACE for the evaluation of mobile object identification
105 # 2279
An attempt to determine time for agrotechnical measures at energy willow plantations using mathematical models and neural networks
105 # 2259
The computer simulation of the soil strength parameters on the basis of the Janosi-Hanamato and the Coulomb-Mohr models
107 # 2317
Using of the Mamdani models to predict daily loads of rural power networks
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Using the Takagi–Sugeno models for short-term forecasting of rural consumers’ demand for electric energy
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The use of remotely controlled flying models in agricultural engineering
124 # 2851
Growth curve functions in modeling the thin-layer drying of corn
137 # 3194
Rheological properties of fruit of the selected cultivars of plum
145 # 3420
State of knowledge concerning modelling of anaerobic fermentation processes
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A method of computer aid for calculating pressure parameters of mechanical milking and pressures that massage a teat
35 # 912
Design methods of future models in agriculture and agricultural engeneering
36 # 1066
Short-term forecast of the electric energy selling to consumers in rural communies
45 Tom II # 1155
Determination standards and delays for selected elements of technical rural infrastructure
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Accuracy analysis of the tyre-soil models to the conditions of the loosened light sandy soil
67 # 957
Comparison of applicability of selected fussy models for predicting electric energy demand in rural areas
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Corrosive-cum-mechanical wear. Proces calculation model
86 # 343
Application of fuzzy relational models for prediction of monthly saleof electric energy to rural consumers
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Method of Forecasting technical parameter values of state-of-the-art farm machines. Part II. Neural models for setting out farm tractor parameters
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Advantages of models for heat production and losses from animal body, used to design ventilation systems in pigsties
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Dynamic bayesian networks as knowledge representation system
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Modelling of operation process for engineering facilities using dynamic Bayesian networks
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Neural models for wearing of working elements in soil
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Position for computer analysis of quality of agricultural and food products
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