Vol 21, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents


Design Vulnerability as the Key Element of the Logistics Efficiency of a Product PDF
Maciej Mieczyslaw Bielecki, Mateusz Madej, Aleksandra Skoczylas 5-12
Some Aspects of the Application of Genetic Algorithm for Solving the Assignment Problem of Tasks to Resources in a Transport Company PDF
Mariusz Izdebski, Marianna Jacyna 13-20
Simulation Method in Research on Material-Flow in a Warehouse PDF
Mariusz Kostrzewski 21-32
The Importance of Logistics in Creating Entrepreneurial Network Structures PDF
Anna Ewa Wiśniewska-Sałek 33-40


Container Shipping Operators As Integrators of Global Logistics Supply Chains PDF
Andrzej S. Grzelakowski 41-50
Choice of Functional Form for Independent Variables in Accident Prediction Models PDF
Joanna Kamińska 51-62
Consumer Behaviour of Clients Travelling by Stena Line’s Ferries PDF
Joanna Janina Kizielewicz 63-72
Modelling of Curvature of the Railway Track Geometrical Layout Using Particle Swarm Optimization PDF
Katarzyna Małgorzata Palikowska 73-82
Prerequisites and Examples of Applying the Logic of 'Problem Tree' and 'Goal Tree' in the Process of Planning Long-Term Development of Seaports PDF
Michał Pluciński 83-92
Implementing Risk Management Principles in the Traffic and Transportation Processes PDF
Miloslav Seidl, Ladislav Šimák 93-100
Multiscale Modelling in Railway Engineering PDF
Andrzej Surowiecki 101-104
Using Diagnostic Information for Planning an Energy-Optimal Path of an Autonomous Vehicle PDF
Przemysław Szulim 105-114

ISSN: 1734-2015