1.
 Fixed Point Theorems for Weak (o)Contractive Multivalued Mappings Alexandru Petcu  pg. 18 
 In this paper are given fixed point theorems for a class of multivalued mappings called weak (o)contractive in ordered vector spaces, respectively ordered topological vector spaces, which generalize known results. 
2.
 On the Definition of Multidimensional Generalized Riemann Integral Mihai Pascu  pg. 916 
 The paper wishes to investigate the possibilities of defining the multidimensional generalized Riemann integral. We propose a definition which covers the cases of unbounded domain and unbounded function at the same time. The equivalence between generalized integrability and the absolute integrability of functions depending on more than one variable is proved. 
3.
 The Approximate Calculation of Definite Simple and Multiple Integrals Tănase Dinu  pg. 1724 
 This paper presents the logical schemata and the programs in turbopascal for the approximate calculation methods of the simple definite integral [2], of the double definite integral [3], and of the triple definite integral [4]. At the end there are analized the calculation errors corresponding to these methods that use the polynomials of interpolation to five nodes. 
4.
 On Viscous Dissipation in Newtonian Fluid Flow through an Annular Cross Section Tube Tudor Boacǎ  pg. 2530 
 This paper considers the problem of viscous dissipation in the flow of Newtonian fluid through a tube of annular cross section, with Dirichlet boundary conditions. The solution of the problem is obtained by a series expansion about the complete eigenfunctions system of a SturmLiouville problem. Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues of this SturmLiouville problem are obtained by Galerkin’s method. 
5.
 The Statistical Estimation of the Indicators Ionuţ  Radu Bontaş, Alexandra Odăgescu  pg. 3138 
 Under the conditions where the machines and the modern installations are working, a great importance is given to the ensurance of a most efficient and complete usage of the work means on the entire service period. Therefore, if through the quality of the products we understand the rate or the level through which these correspond to the productive or individual consumption needs, then the reliability means beside these, the usage of these on the projected parameters, the safe and the continuous exploitation, in well determined conditions, over a given period of time. This paper presents estimation types, functions and statistical hypotesis regarding the random variables. 
6.
 Characterization of Mean Residual Life for Uniform and Exponential Distributions Dan Isbăşoiu, Ilie Ristea, Ileana Dumitru  pg. 3942 
 In this material, starting from relationships between failure rate, mean residual life and cumulative density function, we obtain a simple expression for mean residual life for each classical continuous distribution function. In this case we analyse cases of uniform and exponential distributions. 
7.
 NonArchimedian Fields. Topological Properties of Zp, Qp (padics Numbers) Mureşan Alexe Călin  pg. 4348 
 The present work tries to offer a new approach to some nonArchimedian norms and to some unusual properties determined by these. Then, as an example, padic numbers Qp and some topological properties will be illustrated. The present article will present as an example some abstract notions with padic numbers extended to Qp during the translation from non Archimedian norms to the Qp norm. 
8.
 Plaplacien à Poids Indéfini Petre Sorin Iliaş  pg. 4956 
 Dans cet article on démontre l’existence des solutions du problème Dirichlet
Δpu=λV(x)up2 u + f(x,u) en Ω, où le poids V est une fonction sintegrable Lebesgue sur Ω , f:Ωxℜ → ℜ est une fonction Carathéodory qui satisfait une condition de croissance et le paramètre réel λ<λ1, λ1 étant la première valeur propre positive du plaplacien à poids indéfini. Par une formule équivalente, les solutions du problème Dirichlet sont les points critiques d’une fonctionnelle de classe C1 définie sur un espace Banach. On emploie, comme instrument de travail, une méthode variationnelle par laquelle on déduit leur existence et, automatiquement, l’existence des solutions du problème. 
9.
 CohenMacaulay Graphs Alin Ştefan  pg. 5760 
 In this article the author present two methods meant to construct CohenMacaulay graphs and some interesting examples and properties. This paper also presents an important property of CohenMacalay ring to have CohenMacaulay fiber. 
10.
 Multidimensional Access and Storage Methods for Multimedia Data Monica Vlădoiu, Cătălina Negoiţă  pg. 6166 
 Most multimedia data have to be seen from multiple points of view – for instance, the three coordinates x, y, z, and the time component. These ndimensional data require special access and indexing techniques. It
is obvious that multiattribute searches can be performed, but the need for performance call for multidimensional indexes such as: kd trees, multidimensional tries structures, grid files, point quad trees, MX quad trees, R trees, multikey hash tables and iverted indices. Stored object clustering is another way of improving retrieval performance. 
11.
 Aspects Regarding the Evaluation of a Software for Students Online Assessment Iuliana Dobre  pg. 6772 
 The advantages offered by the online technologies are various and more and more appreciated by both educators and scholars of all levels. Today, the online technologies are giving the educators involved in higher education the opportunity to reach a superior level compared to the traditional class from the
overall educational process effectiveness point of view. This paper presents several aspects related to the evaluation of an educational software used for student performances assessment. Therefore, educators teach and students learn but the results are a common responsibility which shall be shared by both parties involved in the educational process. 
12.
 Querying and Information Retrieval in Multimedia Databases Cătălina Negoiţă, Monica Vlădoiu  pg. 7378 
 Multimedia database management systems can be seen as storage and retrieval systems, in which large volumes of media objects are created, indexed, modified, searched and retrieved. There are two types of retrievals: navigation through database to locate the desired data and database querying that finds the desired data associatively, attributebased, or contentbased. Query processing in multimedia databases has the following stages: query specification and refining, query processing (compiling, optimizing, and
executing), generation of relevancy ranked results, and relevance feedback. In contentbased retrieval systems, the collections of multimedia objects are stored as digitized representations. The queries are characterized by fuzziness and ambiguity. Therefore, the user will not get from the beginning what s/he
wants. Metrics (precision, recall) and indexation and contentbased retrieval techniques can help, but the user is the one who will have the last word in appreciation of a query results. 
13.
 The Calculation of the Integrals using the Sample Mean Method Mădălina Cărbureanu  pg. 7986 
 An interesting random number application is offered by the calculation of the definite integrals with the sample mean Monte Carlo method. What recommends the use of the sample mean method in the solving process of definite integrals are the advantages offered by this. One of the most important advantages is
the quick way to obtain values which approximate the solution of the integral in question, from the best, with a minimum calculation effort. This method can be successfully applied even for difficult definite integrals. 
14.
 Results on the Magnetization of Ferromagnetic Substances Dependent on Temperature Grigore Ruxanda, Zoltan Borsos, Mihai Hotinceanu  pg. 8792 
 This paper presents the study of the magnetization for the ferromagnetic substances depending on temperature. The Stoletov curves were obtained through three types of ferromagnetic materials, pointing out the modifications depending on temperature. The revealing of these variations can represent an
experimental background for new theoretical models or, for the confirmation of theoretical models already proposed. 
15.
 Evaluation of the Effective Viscosity for OilGas Mixture Zoltan Borsos, Anca Baciu  pg. 9398 
 In this paper we propose a reformulation of the conventional theory in which the concept of the relative permeability of the porous media is replaced with the more familiar concept of an effective phase viscosity. In this theory the bubbles move with the oil as they evolve. The resulting systems of equations,
using the PVT data, can be reduced to a coupled pair of nonlinear for the dispersed gas fraction and pressure difference, obtaining a second order evolution equation for the pressure difference. This system of equations can also be derived from the usual theory of twophase flow. 
16.
 Pellicles and Films Making from Polymer Solution Georgeta Nan  pg. 99102 
 In this paper there are presented some methods for making pellicles and films from a solution of polymer, films used for different experiments in polymer physics. The main methods used for this purpose are: a) spincoating, b) selfinducing of making the structure, c) dipcoating d) the InkJet deposition and e) the deposition on cylindrical surfaces. 
17.
 The XRay Fluorescence Mihaela Stancu, Zoltan Borsos, Grigore Ruxanda  pg. 103110 
 The fluorescence of Xrays is a nondestructive method used for the qualitative and quantitative elementary composition determination of the sample with different number of elements. The main advantage of the analysis of the fluorescence radiation from the Xrays area consists in the simplicity of
this spectrum. The vacantioning of the deep electronic levels of the atoms is followed by the appearance of the phenomenon of Xray fluorescence. These phenomena depend on the mechanism where the electronic vacancies are created in the deep electronic levels of the atoms, depending on the atomic number of element Z. This method can be used without restrictions to the dosage for all elements from the periodic table with Z>12. 
18.
 Visualization Techniques of the Material Fault Shape Liana Şandru  pg. 111116 
 The methods of emphasizing the material nonhomogeneities of the material analyzed up to now, give directives about their occurring, without being able to provide clear information regarding their feature. Further a detection method is presented, called tomography taking, through which the fault geometry is emphasized.
