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Assessment of Recovery Of Damages In The New Romanian Civil Code

Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Bacau Romania reflecting upon important changes in the Romanian Civil Code, in the BRAND. journal.

The subject’s methodology is required additionally on the grounds that, once received the New Civil Code, it obtained another juridical edge, additionally another viewpoint. A typical law creditor who does not get the immediate execution of his commitment is qualified for be made up for the harm created by the non-execution with a measure of cash which is equal to the banquet that the precise, downright, and properly execution of the commitment would have brought the creditor.


New BRAND. Research on Corruption – A Major Global Problem

In the latest volume of the BRAND. journal, Elena Cristina Pană and Ileana Nișulescu from Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania give some additional understanding about corruption, from a worldwide perspective.

Corruption in the public sector is seen by citizens and public authorities as a noteworthy issue for the system integrity across Europe. The point of the work was to perform a comparative analysis in terms of corruption in EU comprehensively in 2014, with accentuation on institutionalized corruption.


BRAND. – A New Perspective on Corporate Social Responsability

This is the new BRAND: Broad Research in Accounting, Negotiation, and Distribution.

The aim of the journal is to make an agora of different experts in economics, social and political sciences. We look for articles from experts in different scientific and practical fields, like accounting, marketing, management, economics, trade, trade law, finance, operations research, optimization, graph theory, game theory, voting, political communication, sociology etc.

In the latest volume of the journal, Towseef Ahmad from University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India, intrigues with a new research on Corporate Social Responsability, giving us a new perspective towards this matter from both a national and international point of view.


B.R.A.I.N. – Social Media in Science Education

The latest volume of the B.R.A.I.N Journal has a new intriguing research on Training Teachers for the Knowledge Society: Social Media in Science Education  offered by Dana Crăciun and Mădălin Bunoiu from West University of Timișoara, Romania.

Internet and Social Media (SM) have revolutionized the way exploratory data is dispersed inside of our general public. These days proficient and/or interpersonal organizations are progressively utilized for learning and casual science training effectively supplements the formal one by any means in educational levels.


B.R.A.I.N. Journal – Generation Y Students in Social Media

Daniela Popescul and Mircea Georgescu present a new research indexed in B.R.A.I.N. Journal on a very actual topic: Generation Y Students in Social Media.

The purpose of this study is to estimate what it is known about Generation Y students’ behavior in Social Media (SM), especially in our country.


Brilliant B.R.A.I.N. Research – Classification of Human Emotion

An innovative research in B.R.A.I.N. journal, Classification of Human Emotion from Deap EEG Signal Using Hybrid Improved Neural Networks with Cuckoo Search, academic article provided by M. Sreeshakthy and J. Preethi, both professors at Anna University Regional Centre, Coimbatore, India.

Emotions have a major role  in human decision handling, interaction and cognitive process. This paper depicts the acknowledgment procedure of the human emotions from DEAP EEG dataset utilizing various types of techniques.


B.R.A.I.N – Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia

Ján Mojžiš and Michal Laclavík present an interesting topic in the academic article Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia in the latest volume of B.R.A.I.N. journal.

Semantic data browsing is an important task for open and governmental data in behalf of public control. There are many projects and solutions regarding semantic data browsing and navigation, but despite the fact, in Slovakia, the availability of such data is poor.

They contribute to the Slovakian semantic data by designing and proposing their solution of data browsing, by implementing their own AGECRT NET tool.


New B.R.A.I.N. Research – Efficient Filtering of Noisy Fingerprint Images

Fingerprint identification is an imperative field in the wide space of biometrics with numerous applications, in various zones such as: judicial, cell telephones, access systems, airports.

There are many elaborated algorithms for fingerprint identification, but none of them can guarantee that the results of identification are always 100 % accurate.

Professor Maria Liliana Costin, from Babes-Bolyai University, in Cluj Romania, demonstrates through rigurous research the successful completion of the noisy digital image filtering.


Business Process Management – An Interesting Approach

In the latest volume of the B.R.A.I.N. journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. a knowledge based approach.

Individuals these days have a tendency to get confused by various sources of data. These Italian researchers have thought of a bit of work in which they compare both sides of the Business Process Management.


New Ideas for Brain Modelling – Revolutionary Research in B.R.A.I.N. Journal

B.R.A.I.N. is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities.