1.
 Common Fixed Points for (d)Contractive Multifunctions in Metric Spaces Alexandru Petcu  pg. 14 
 A common fixed point theorem is given in complete metric spaces (X,d) for pairs of multifunctions constrained by a contractive condition only using metric d, without using the Hausdorff metric. 
2.
 Modulation Spaces with Exponentially Increasing Weights Mihai Pascu  pg. 59 
 Modulation spaces were for the first time defined and studied by H. Feichtinger in 1983. Usually the weights used for the definition of modulation spaces have a polynomial growth. But weights with exponential growth can also be used. Such spaces are useful in the study of pseudodifferential operators of infinite order. We shall introduce here a new class of modulation spaces with weights having exponential growth. 
3.
 Linear Interpolation of the Functions with Three Variable Values with Simple Nodes Tanase Dinu  pg. 1016 
 The theme of interpolation of a function with three variable values is a complex matter which implies major difficulties when solving it concerning its form , the grade of the polynomial interpolation and the number of points from the definition field .The paper presents two cases of linear interpolation which
may be applied when solving problems with elementary fields such as pyramidal. 
4.
 ContreContinuité dans les Structures Floues Minimaux Mihai Brescan  pg. 1726 
 Le but du notre travail est de généraliser pour une structure floue minimale le concept de fonction contrecontinue introduit dans la Topologie générale par Takashi Noiri et Valeriu Popa. Les plus importants résultats sont les théorèmes de caractérisation et les liaisons entres les différentes formes de contrecontinuité et de faible continuité. 
5.
 On a Representation of Mean Residual Life Dan Isbasoiu, Ilie Ristea  pg. 2734 
 In this paper, we obtain simple expressions for the mean residual life in terms of the failure rate of certain classes of distributions which subsume many of the standard cases. Several results in the literature can be obtained using our approach. 
6.
 A Comparative Study About the Complexity of Some Recursive Algorithms Alexe Calin Muresan  pg. 3542 
 The aim of this paper is to offer a comparative study about the costs involved in fundamental recursive algorithms. We present here the „Fast Fourier Transform”, the „Karatsuba” method and also a method for evaluating the polynomial using the cost of xn and Stirling formula. 
7.
 Interne Approximation for a Variational Inequality Problem Lidia Iancu  pg. 4352 
 In this paper we describe a modality to transform a variational inequality in infinite dimension into a problem in finite dimension. We use this theoretical concept for a concrete problem of elastoplasticity for a simple domain. We use a Mathlab version to programming the calculus of triples integrals witch
appear in finite element procedures. 
8.
 Managing Security Monitoring in Enterprise Networks Iustin Priescu, Sebastian Nicolaescu  pg. 5358 
 A significant number of high profile cases of malicious software threats and incidents that have dominated media reporting for years have served to raise awareness and determine most businesses to invest time and resources into defending against this prevalent security issue. Security monitoring has
gained support being regarded as an essential component for managing and improving the security of network infrastructures. The primary goal of a security monitoring system is to help identify suspicious events on a network that may indicate malicious activity or procedural errors. This paper present the major security monitoring types in current enterprise networked environments. 
9.
 The Novelties of Dreamweaver CS3 Liviu Dumitrascu  pg. 5964 
 The new version of Dreamweaver CS3[1] is the first edition under the signature Adobe after the ransom of Macromedia in the spring of 2005. It is integrated in the actual range CS3. In this new version CS3, we can use the latest advances of web 2.0: the improved interactivity of the user offered by AJAX Technology
[2]. These are the components ready to use, the “widgets spry” of Dreamweaver. In the present paper it is presented the last version of Dreamweaver CS3. 
10.
 Design and Implementation of a Site for the Presentation of a Petrochemical Plant Ionut Lambrescu, Doru Stoica  pg. 6570 
 The paper presents the site of a petrochemical plant, created using various technologies. The site is structured in time phases of the plant’s evolution and includes a number of interactive features that allow the visitor to get access to some information about the plant’s units, along with the possibility of seeing in
a 3D environment the plant’s units. 
11.
 Comparative Study of Internet Payment Security Protocols Based on Credit Cards Ciprian StanicaEzeanu  pg. 7176 
 The aim of this paper is to present a comparative study between the three most important Internet payment security protocols based on credit cards: iKP, SET and 3DSecure. There are presented the advantages and disadvantages between those three payment security protocols for understanding why it was necessary to develop new types of protocols that would answer to as many request from the involved parties as possible. 
12.
 Educational Semantic Networks and their Applications Gabriela Moise, Liviu Ionita  pg. 7785 
 In this paper the authors presents an algebraic structure about educational semantic networks. The structure could be used to model the content of an electronical course. This structure enables to perform operations to combine more electronical courses and to obtain a new course, to define a pedagogical
technique to teach a course, to pursue the evolution of students during the instruction process. The educational semantic networks could be used in the software development in the field of computer assisted instruction and to design software based on pedagogical agent. 
13.
 An Analysis of Modern Monitoring and Preventing Techniques of Floods Alexandra Maria Matei  pg. 8692 
 This paper presents a short analysis of the newest monitoring and preventing techniques applied to the management of emergency situations from a river basin. The analysis relates to some uptodate software systems implemented in national and international projects about monitoring and preventing of floods. Usage of artificial intelligence in monitoring and preventing of floods proves better results than conventional methods. In order to improve the efficiency of these techniques, it is proposed to apply artificial intelligence techniques such as experts systems, data mining, intelligence agents. 
14.
 eVoting Security Ciprian StanicăEzeanu  pg. 9398 
 The aim of this paper is to present evoting procedure describing its advantages and disadvantages. Conventional security measures such as firewalls or SSL communications are necessary but not sufficient to guarantee the specific security requirements of evoting. Besides these conventional security measures, it is also necessary to implement an additional layer of specialized security technology to address the specific risks posed by electronic voting and guarantee critical security requirements such as voters’ privacy, vote integrity and voterverifiability. 
15.
 Pressureassisted Crystallization of CuZrTi Glassforming Alloys Manuela Stir, Anca Baciu, Radu Nicula  pg. 99103 
 Alloy powders with nominal composition Cu60Ti20Zr20 were investigated by insitu Xray diffraction at the B2 powder diffraction beamline (HASYLAB/DESY, Hamburg, Germany) and by Xray diffraction experiments during continous heating under uniaxial pressure at the F2.1/MAX80 beamline in HASYLAB. The structural phase transitions in the nanocrystalline Cu60Zr20Ti20 were investigated for continuous heating at three different pressures, namely 0.6GPa, 1.0GPa and 1.7GPa. The pressure dependence of the phase transition temperatures was obtained. 
16.
 On Fractional Wavelet Transform V.I.R. Niculescu, Liana Sandru  pg. 104108 
 The wavelet theory is a powerful method for processing different physical and chemical signals. The fractional wavelet can be obtained from the a fractional window. In this brief report we present a new wavelet transform which is obtained from Agnesi window. This class of wavelet transform is a flexible
one because dependents on two parameters (dilatation or contraction, position). It cover also combinations of discrete and continuous parameter discretisations (hybrid cases). 
17.
 Mechanical and Tribological Characteristics of Hard Multilayer Coatings Deposited by Arc Cathodic Technique V. Braic, M. Braic, M. Balaceanu, A. Popescu, R.G. Ripeanu, I. Tudor  pg. 109114 
 Mechanical and tribological properties of the alternate TiN/TiAlN, ZrN/TiAlN, TiSiN/Ti and TiSiN/Cu multilayer coatings prepared by the cathodic arc technique were investigated. The microhardness, thickness, adhesion, friction coefficient and wear resistance measurements were carried out. The properties of these multilayer’s were compared with those of TiAlN,ZrN and TiSiN monolayer’s. 
18.
 The Problem of Relation between Energy and Mass Ion Simaciu, Zoltan Borsos, Mihai Hotinceanu  pg. 115121 
 In this paper, we analyze the concepts about two fundamental physical measures: the energy and the mass. In first part, we presented these concepts from the classical physics. In part two, are presented the concepts from the modern physics: the relativistic physics and the quantum physics. In part three, are
presented new arguments to support the fact that the measures are qualitative distinct and the Einstein relation is just a quantitative relation between mass in the proper referential system and energy. The key of the problem solution is a relativistic definition of the speed in connections with the relativistic
definitions the path length and the duration of the path. The relativistic definitions are compatible only in the case of proper speed υ = dr / dτ. In this case, the relativistic momentum is the product between the mass in proper reference and proper velocity p = m υτ = m υ / sqrt( 1 υ2/c2). 
19.
 Current SUSE Pearl Undulator Liana Sandru, V.I.R. Niculescu, S. Miclos, Minola R. Leonovici  pg. 122126 
 A new undulator structure for free electron lasers was presented. Current SUSE Pearl devices produce magnetic fields which are spatially periodic. The current structure was in the shape of wire stacks. The current has alternating directions. The magnetic field components for each wire presents symmetry with
two axis. The undulator transverse crosssection SUSE Pearl was represented by two SUSE Pearls in mirror. The Biot  Savart law was numerically evaluated. The magnetic field was mainly longitudinal and easily adjusted with the current. The versatility of values cover longitudinal undulator or wiggler design for two beams devices with transverse momenta. 
20.
 Example for Determination of the Phase Inversion Point Anca Baciu, Nicolae Mosescu, Georgeta Nan  pg. 127130 
 The phase inversion refers to a phenomenon where with a small change in the operational conditions, the continuous and dispersed phase spontaneously inverts. For instance, in oilwater systems, dispersion (emulsion) of oil drops in water becomes dispersion (emulsion) of water drops in oil, or vice versa. The phaseinversion is a major factor to be considered in the design of oilwater pipelines, since the rheological characteristics of the dispersion and the associated pressure drop change abruptly and significantly at or near the phase inversion. 
21.
 Microcellular Carbon from Polymer Materials Pyrolysis Georgeta Nan, Ioan Stamatin, Adriana Andronie, Stefan Iordache, Nicolae Mosescu, Serban Stamatin, Marilena Ceaus  pg. 131136 
 The microcellular carbon is an advanced material due to its properties related to chemical inertness and thermal conductivity where high rate of heat exchange is required. In addition the carbon resulted from polymer pyrolysis exhibit various properties of gas adsorption and separation. Microcellular carbon is
usual obtaining by foaming of the pyrolized polymers with different agents. The results lead to uncontrolled pore sizes. This contribution deals with a new method of the polymer pyrolysis consisting of thermal treatment of the composite materials polymernondecomposable salts. At 700 0 C structures of
microcellular carbon have been developed from polyacrylonitrile polymer matrices with addition of salt. The structure and the properties of polymer materials were investigated by, Raman and SEM. 
22.
 Teachers’ Views of Science, Physics and Technology Mariana Bradac  pg. 137140 
 Recent research in science education shows that teachers have ideas, attitudes, and behaviors related to science teaching based on a lengthy "environmental" training period, in which they themselves were students. The influence of this incidental training is enormous because it corresponds to reiterated experiences acquired in a nonreflexive manner as something natural, thus escaping criticism. We will discuss how the view of science contained in the curriculum affects teaching, although this is clearly of major significance. This is essential to give a correct image of Science / Technology / Society interactions.
