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MEMBRANE STRUCTURE SIMPLIFICATION
By: Fernando Arroyo, Carmen Luengo, José R. Sánchez   (2282 reads)
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Abstract: Idempotent operators are one of the possible criterions for simplification trees. These operators act over internal nodes of trees. Moreover, they transform structural equivalent sub-trees, which have the same root into a single copy. This copy will be placed into the common root reducing –simplifying- the tree. This process can be also applied to membrane structures; in this case idempotent operator will be applied to non elementary membranes, and the process will produce the simplest possible membrane structure. The main idea of this work is to apply this kind of operator to binary membrane structures to identify possible recurrent sub-trees and to study possible application of this concept to hardware design implementations.

Keywords: Membrane structures, Data structures, Trees, Simplification

ACM Classification Keywords: E.1 Data Structures - Trees

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MEMBRANE STRUCTURE SIMPLIFICATION

Fernando Arroyo, Carmen Luengo, José R. Sánchez

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-4-p01.pdf

OPTIMIZATION OF CONNECTION’S STRUCTURE OF REMOTELY-OPERATED ...
By: Galyna Gayvoronska  (2192 reads)
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Abstract: The abstract model of information network's evolution's process is considered. Three classes of equipment's types on the network are specified. Classification of information network's structure's optimization problems by a time sign is offered and proved. Possibilities of the further research of modernized network's development's general problem according to the offered classes of problems are defined.

Keywords: information network, basic equipment, portable, station, structure of connection.

ACM classification keywords: H. Information Systems - H.1 MODELS AND PRINCIPLES.

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OPTIMIZATION OF CONNECTION’S STRUCTURE OF REMOTELY-OPERATED PORTABLES TO INFORMATION NETWORKS' BASIC EQUIPMENT

Galyna Gayvoronska

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p10.pdf

A MODEL FOR VISUAL LEARNING IN AUTISM
By: Ekaterina Detcheva   (2258 reads)
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Abstract: The paper describes a nearly new learning and teaching model referred to as visual learning. The definitions of “visual learning” and “concept map” are given. The use of concept mapping is described together with a number of semple applications. The advanages of concept maping are explained. A comparsion is made between visual learning model based on cocept maps and a concrete practical model used by the autor in education of 10 years old autistic boy. The possibilities of appying of such kind of visual learning models in education of autistic children are described Ideas for the extension of this model and its application are given.

Keywords: mental models, cognitive psychology, visual learning, concept map, autism.

ACM Classification Keywords: J.1 ADMINISTRATIVE DATA PROCESSING – Education; J.4 SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES - Psychology; K.3 COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION - K.3.2 Computer and Information Science Education

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A MODEL FOR VISUAL LEARNING IN AUTISM

Ekaterina Detcheva

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p09.pdf

METHODS AND TOOLS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AT THE SEMANTIC WEB ENVIROMENT
By: Julia Rogushina   (2130 reads)
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Annotation: the main problems of ontological knowledge management for Web are analyzed, e.g. the problem of integration of knowledge from different sources, knowledge acquisition and knowledge retrieval for specific task. Methods of automated generation of metadata described the semantics of informational resources and for personalized search on base of thesauri and ontologies of user subject domain are proposed. These methods are realized in design of informational retrieval system MAIPS where the retrieval procedure is personified on multiagent paradigm and ontological analysis. MAIPS uses technologies and standards of Semantic Web and Web 2.0 (e.g. OWL – for interoperable ontology and thesauri representation, RDF – for metadata representation of informational resources, tag clouds – for visualization of search thesauri, social services – for user interaction), some set-theoretic operations on thesauri and creation of thesauri by natural language texts are realized. Text readability criteria are used for retrieval of information pertinent to personal informational needs of user.

Key words: Semantic Web, knowledge management, ontology.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods

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METHODS AND TOOLS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AT THE SEMANTIC WEB ENVIROMENT

Julia Rogushina

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p08.pdf

MULTICRITERION CHOICE PROBLEM FOR ENTERPRISES TO CREDITING
By: M. M. Malyar, V. V. Polischuk  (2210 reads)
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Abstract: Observing an approach for multicriterion choice problem by means fuzzy sets. The brought model over determination problem of borrower for crediting banks.

Keywords: multicriterion choice, fuzzy sets, crediting, decision making.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.1.1.Systems and Information Theory

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MULTICRITERION CHOICE PROBLEM FOR ENTERPRISES TO CREDITING

M. M. Malyar, V. V. Polischuk

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p06.pdf

SOME ASPECTS OF CHOICE OF SWITCHING SCHEME FOR CONSTRUCTION OF OPTICAL ...
By: Yuri Grinkov   (2042 reads)
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Abstract: Some aspects of choice of switching scheme for optical signals' square switching system's construction of big capacity are considered in the work. Variant based on scalar criteria of choice is offered and multicriteria optimization which allowed to receive results which can be applied at designing of optical signals' switching systems is made.

Keywords: optical switching, optical signals' switching systems, switching schemes, scalar criteria of choice.

ACM classification keywords: B.6 LOGIC DESIGN – B.6.3 Design Aids, B.4 INPUT/OUTPUT AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS - B.4.3 Interconnections (subsystems)

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SOME ASPECTS OF CHOICE OF SWITCHING SCHEME FOR CONSTRUCTION OF OPTICAL SIGNALS' SWITCHING SYSTEM

Yuri Grinkov

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p04.pdf

MODELING AND CONTROL OF LYAPUNOV EXPONENTS IN A COUPLED MAP LATTICE
By: Vitaliy Yatsenko, Olexandr Kochkodan  (2064 reads)
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Abstract: We describe a control method based on optimization techniques to control of spatiotemporal chaos in a globally coupled map lattice (CML) system. We have developed a method for updating a CML model emulating complex spatial dynamics in an epileptic brain that exhibits characteristic spatiotemporal changes seen during transitions into a seizure susceptible state. Our updating algorithm uses metaheuristic techniques for obtaining feedback control parameters for controlling spatiotemporal chaos (local and global Lyapunov exponents). This methodology can be used in systems with hidden variables, i.e. where not all variables can be observed, such as the human brain, to reconstruct evolution maps and complex spatial patterns. Results from numerical simulations show that this algorithm is robust and effective in achieving controllability of the lattice model. We discuss the computational aspects of this learning methodology and its potential application in epileptic seizure control.

Keywords: modeling, optimization, Lyapunov exponent, control, chaos, oscillator

ACM Classification Keywords: 1.6. Simulation and modeling, H.1 Models and principles, Optimization

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MODELING AND CONTROL OF LYAPUNOV EXPONENTS IN A COUPLED MAP LATTICE

Vitaliy Yatsenko, Olexandr Kochkodan

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p03.pdf

SEMANTIC CONSTRUCTION OF UNIVOCAL LANGUAGE
By: Alejandro De Santos et al.  (2657 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper a solution is propose to organize the space of words that exist in a specific language in their different semantic categories. By taking a natural language, we're going to define a unique meaning for each word, as a construction made (d,C) of pairs of words and contexts. On the other hand, let us consider the space of meanings. All the words that share meaning (synonymous words) can be associated with one meaning. This permitus to make a partition of the space of words in groups of synonyms. Finally, a classification of the space of words will be obtained in the different groups of words that share meaning. This allow to choose the useful word that represent a meaning, and reduce the number of words selecting one representative from each group of synonyms. It will be very useful for calculating distances between words.

Keywords: Natural Language, Semantic, Context.

ACM Classification Keywords: C.2.1 Network Architecture and Design; D.2.1 Requirements Specifications (D.3.1) Languages; D.3.2 Language Classifications Applicative (functional) languages; E.1 Data Structures Graphs and networks; H.5.2 User Interfaces Natural language.

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SEMANTIC CONSTRUCTION OF UNIVOCAL LANGUAGE

Alejandro De Santos, Pedro G. Guillén, Eduardo Villa, Francisco Serradilla.

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p02.pdf

USE PROXIES IN TREE TOPOLOGY ARCHITECTURES TO REDUCE THE COMMUNICATION TIME ...
By: Miguel Ángel Peña et al.  (2414 reads)
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Abstract: There are two architectures that preserve the tree topology of the P system: peer-to-peer and hierarchical peer-to-peer. Architectures used the concept of proxy to reduce the size of messages and communication time. In this paper, we propose that the proxy no only reduces the time needed to sending messages, but also reduce the number of connections between processors. Normally, in one transition, two processors communicate three times, but with this algorithm, the communications are reducing to only one. We present the proxy algorithms for these architectures.

Keywords: Distributed Communication, Membrane Computing, Membrane Dissolution, P-Systems? Architectures.

ACM Classification Keywords: F.1.2 Modes of Computation, I.6.1 Simulation Theory, H.1.1 Systems and Information Theory, C.2.4 Distributed Systems

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USE PROXIES IN TREE TOPOLOGY ARCHITECTURES TO REDUCE THE COMMUNICATION TIME IN MEMBRANES SYSTEMS

Miguel Ángel Peña, Ángel Castellanos, Alberto Arteta, Francisco Gisbert

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-3-p01.pdf

APPLICATION OF THE UNIVERSE THEORY: MODERN GLOBALIZATION IS PROGRESSIVE BUT ...
By: Alexander V. Sosnitsky   (2016 reads)
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Abstract: For the first time the properties of World human Globalization are deduced in the paper from the most general concepts of our Universe and they are presented in the form of the Universal Model. It is shown in a formal way that modern Globalization is a progressive, but unfair and problematic, world system that naturally leads to local and global cataclysms, which take place in the modern World. The approach is offered to a formal solution of problems of Civilization by means of absolutization of human activity by application of absolutizings methods which can be well created by further development of the Universe Theory. This paper is a formal ground for the World Globalism/Antiglobalism in correlation of the existing Harmony/disHarmony of the modern Humanity and, in fact, offers a new World Order of organization of our Civilizations.

Keywords: the World Globalization, the Universe Model, the Absolute Model, the SuperLow? of Harmony, the new World Order.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.0 Information systems – General

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APPLICATION OF THE UNIVERSE THEORY: MODERN GLOBALIZATION IS PROGRESSIVE BUT UNFAIR AND PROBLEM WORLD SYSTEM THE MANIFESTO OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER

Alexander V. Sosnitsky

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p10.pdf

RISK IDENTIFICATION ANALYSIS OF STATISTIC DATA FOR BUILDING THE INVESTMENT FORE
By: Kyzemin Oleksandr, Irina Gurina   (2217 reads)
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Abstract: Shocks and jumps of different funds' functions bring extreme negative values of great consequences to investors. There is always a factor of uncertainty in any economic situation, and in order to make the right investment decisions, or to choose the right business strategy, we require some form of workable hypothesis (that takes into account uncertainty and randomness) to base our decisions upon. Although both risk and upward potential are related to uncertainty of future events, risks usually play a more dominant role in investment decisions since investors are risk averse. At most cases detection of risk is one of the most important parts of a financial analysis. This article will examine ways to measure and manage risk in making investment decisions. Here we determine Brownian motion as the estimation method of the investment risks and show the specific features of the given method during the statistic data analyses.

Keywords: Brownian motion, risk, function, financial analysis, investment market, non-recurrent cycles, deviations, noises, inaccuracies, strategy, knowledge, the Hurst analyses, correlation, entropy.

ACM Classification Keywords: G.3 Probability and statistics - Stochastic processes

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RISK IDENTIFICATION ANALYSIS OF STATISTIC DATA FOR BUILDING THE INVESTMENT FORECAST WITH THE HELP OF BROWNIAN MOTION MODEL

Kyzemin Oleksandr, Irina Gurina

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p09.pdf

MAUGRY: AUGMENTED REALITY GUIDE FOR MUSEUMS. FROM PROOF OF CONCEPT TO MUSEUM ...
By: Kirill Yurkov  (1966 reads)
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Abstract: Augmented reality solution development for mobile devices is a rather young domain. There are very few guidelines and practically no patterns or mature frameworks for application developers. In this paper we present an evolution of an augmented reality guide for museums, we demonstrate possible solutions for major problems that were encountered. We discuss possible uses of augmented reality for mobile guide development and propose a possible alternative for augmented reality: a technique we call Smooth Transition. We demonstrate that for mobile guide a blend of Smooth Transition and Augmented Reality is the best solution. We analyze several approaches to exhibit recognition including: barcode recognition, special marker recognition and image of exhibit recognition. We analyze several major augmented reality frameworks based on practical experience of mobile guide development. Also we argue that a mobile guide must have user navigation capabilities, which allow users to find their route in an exhibition. We propose two different approaches to user navigation: spatial and semantical: first allows user to see a general layout of exhibition, while second helps user to navigate between thematically close exhibits. We also outline the basic components of a service-oriented architecture we call museum as a service. Museum as a service is a system which will allow any museum to promptly and with minimal expenses deploy a mobile guide application based on augmented reality and smooth transition.

Keywords: Augmented Reality; Museums; Mobile application development.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.5 Information Interfaces and Presentation: H.5.1 Multimedia Information Systems – Artificial, augmented, and virtual realities.

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MAUGRY: AUGMENTED REALITY GUIDE FOR MUSEUMS. FROM PROOF OF CONCEPT TO MUSEUM AS A SERVICE

Kirill Yurkov

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p08.pdf

A SEMANTIC INDEXING OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS IN OPEN FORMATS
By: Vyacheslav Bessonov, Viacheslav Lanin, George Sokolov  (2284 reads)
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Abstract: Currently many issues related to the development of semantic indexing methods remain open. The problem of search pertinence increasing with a low time-complexity is one of the major research issues in Computer Science. Semantic search as an alternative solution to this problem has a high time complexity. This paper describes the use of agent-based approach to reduce the time complexity of constructing semantic indexes used for searching. Obvious, once created index must be stored in document. The second part of this paper describes an approach for inclusion of metadata in electronic documents which have such open document format as OpenXML or Open Document Format. The proposed approach enables to perform an effective semantic indexing and the semantic searching. Semantic indexing of electronic documents is intended to include special structure associated with the content of documents in its metadata. Most of the currently used electronic document formats do not permit the inclusion of additional information, on the contrary electronic documents open formats Office Open XML and OpenDocument? Format allow to solve this problem.

Keywords: Semantic indexing; Agent; Ontology; Document, Open XML; OpenDocument? Format; Metadata.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: I.2.11 Distributed Artificial Intelligence; I.7 DOCUMENT AND TEXT PROCESSING: I.7.2 Document Preparation; I.7.3 Index Generation.

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A SEMANTIC INDEXING OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS IN OPEN FORMATS

Vyacheslav Bessonov, Viacheslav Lanin, George Sokolov

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p06.pdf

OPTIMIZATION OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS BASED ON EVOLUTIONARY METHODS
By: Alexandr Zemlyansky, Vitaliy Snytyuk  (2276 reads)
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Abstract: The formalized raising of task of optimization of structure of the system of the fire monitoring is executed. Objective functions are worked out for apartments with the sources of enhanceable fire hazard, with the uneven fire loading and for a general case. The method of search of optimal structure of fire sensors is offered on the basis of evolutional design.

Keywords: evolutional design, objective function, monitoring.

ACM Classification Keywords: I.2.1 Applications and Expert Systems.

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OPTIMIZATION OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS BASED ON EVOLUTIONARY METHODS

Alexandr Zemlyansky, Vitaliy Snytyuk

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p05.pdf

PORTABLE BIOSENSOR: FROM IDEA TO MARKET
By: Romanov et al.  (6172 reads)
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Abstract: In the article it is described the family of portable biosensors for express-diagnostics of plant state developed in V.M.Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics from scientific idea to serial production, produced on modern contract manufacture.

Keywords: chlorophyll fluorescence induction; fluorometer; portable biosensor; contract manufacture.

ACM Classification Keywords: J.3 Life and Medical Sciences - Biology and Genetics

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PORTABLE BIOSENSOR: FROM IDEA TO MARKET

Volodymyr Romanov, Dmytro Artemenko, Yuriy Brayko, Igor Galelyuka, Roza Imamutdinova, Oleg Kytayev, Oleksandr Palagin, Yevgeniya Sarakhan, Mykola Starodub, Volodymyr Fedak

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p04.pdf

INDIVIDUAL-OPTIMUM EQUILIBRIUMS IN GAMES WITH FUSSY PURPOSES OF PLAYERS
By: Sergiy Mashchenko   (2612 reads)
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Abstract: The notion of fuzzy individual-optimal equilibrium, where every player is considering the interests of fuzzy set of other players, was defined. The notion of a union of fuzzy set of clear relations is put in for this purpose. Structural formulas for the construction of a function of belonging of this relation are developed. The Connection of fuzzy equilibrium with the set of individual-optimal equilibriums was researched and the existence of maximizing fuzzy equilibrium was defined.

Keywords: fuzzy set, fuzzy goal, fuzzy game, membership function, fuzzy set of type 2, decision making.

ACM Classification Keywords: I. Computing Methodologies – I.6. Simulation and modeling (Time series analysis) – I.6.8 Types of Simulation – Gaming.

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INDIVIDUAL-OPTIMUM EQUILIBRIUMS IN GAMES WITH FUSSY PURPOSES OF PLAYERS

Sergiy Mashchenko

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p03.pdf

ABOUT CRITERIA FOR AN ESTIMATION OF NONLINEAR PARAMETERS IN MODELS OF ...
By: Sergii Mostovyi, Vasilii Mostovyi  (2001 reads)
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Abstract: In the problem of optimal estimation of model parameters using risk criteria we propose an approach of separation of linear parameters from the nonlinear ones. In the problem of finding a global minimum of risk criteria our approach leads to a decrease of the dimension of the space of free variables up to the dimension of the space of the nonlinear parameters. This allows one to obtain a simpler minimization problem, which can be solved more efficiently via Monte Carlo methods. Such an improvement is very significant in estimation of the models of the object “aging” while investigation of geophysical objects, models of which typically have high dimensionality. We illustrate the proposed method with processing and analysis of data obtained during the field observations in the regime of monitoring.

Keywords: math model, active monitoring, risk criteria, linear and nonlinear parameters.

ACM Classification Keywords: G. 1. 6. Mathematics of Computing, Numerical Analysis, Optimization.

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ABOUT CRITERIA FOR AN ESTIMATION OF NONLINEAR PARAMETERS IN MODELS OF MONITORING

Sergii Mostovyi, Vasilii Mostovyi

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p02.pdf

MEIA SYSTEMS: MEMBRANE ENCRYPTED INFORMATION APPLICATIONS SYSTEMS
By: Gomez et al.  (1827 reads)
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Abstract: Membrane computing is a recent area that belongs to natural computing. This field works on computational models based on nature's behavior to process the information. Recently, numerous models have been developed and implemented with this purpose. P-systems are the structures which have been defined, developed and implemented to simulate the behavior and the evolution of membrane systems which we find in nature. What we show in this paper is a new model that deals with encrypted information which provides security the membrane systems communication. Moreover we find non deterministic and random applications in nature that are suitable to MEIA systems. The inherent parallelism and non determinism make this applications perfect object to implement MEIA systems.

Keywords: P-systems mapping, MEIA systems, membrane systems.

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MEIA SYSTEMS: MEMBRANE ENCRYPTED INFORMATION APPLICATIONS SYSTEMS

Nuria Gomez, Alberto Arteta, Luis Fernando Mingo

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-2-p01.pdf

ACCOUNTING IN THEORETICAL GENETICS
By: Karl Javorszky   (2056 reads)
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Abstract: We present a logical tool which allows understanding the rationality of the translation underlying some interactions in Nature. In an abstract, formal way, we can demonstrate the epistemological link between a sequence and a multidimensional assembly – that is, between the DNA and the organism. The model presented here is a work of basic science. It allows exact conceptualizations relating to logical markers, thresholds, constants on the levels of Logic and Information Theory. Some interpretations of the principles demonstrated here will allow the building of hypotheses relating to fields, forces, mass, velocity, energy and the like concepts. The accounting exactitude observed on processes of a chemical nature is well mirrored in the model. We see that a three-some of logical markers evolves as the basic definition of a process: that is, if we observe a change in a logical assembly, we relate it to a three-some. The “triplet” known from Genetics appears to be the represented in formal logic as the basic tool of registering change. In this respect, the model allows the application of accounting methods in the understanding of theoretical genetics.

Keywords: information theory, mathematics, category theory, unified field theory

ACM Classification Keywords: A.1.,F1.1.,F.4.1,I.6.0; Design, Theory, Algorithms

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ACCOUNTING IN THEORETICAL GENETICS

Karl Javorszky

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p06.pdf

BEGINNINGS OF THE UNIVERSE MODEL AND DEDUCTION OF INITIAL SYSTEM OF ...
By: Alexander V. Sosnitsky   (1850 reads)
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Annotation: For the first time he initial system of information concepts is deduced in the paper from the most general properties of our Universe. For this purpose for the first time by means of Universe Methodology the Universe Model that is externally and internally consistent with the observable Universe and modern Science is obtained. Definitions of the basic concepts of computer science, presented in the natural language and structural logic forms allowing their effective application in manual research and development are obtained. For the first time the application of the obtained system of concepts allows to solve a lot of complicated problems of modern computer science and Science as a whole. The results of the paper have general scientific importance of uniform world scientific standard. The specified Model is actually a universal meta-theory, allowing to generate secondary applied theories of many subject domains according to the common universal methodology permitting subsequent realization. Unlike philosophical reasoning the offered system of concepts concerns exact sciences and allows complete formalization in essence.

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BEGINNINGS OF THE UNIVERSE MODEL AND DEDUCTION OF INITIAL SYSTEM OF INFORMATION CONCEPTS

Alexander V. Sosnitsky

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p05.pdf

DECISION OF PROBLEM OF CHOICE ON SET OF TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS' STREAMS'...
By: Maxim Solomitsky  (2007 reads)
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Abstract: Decision of problem of choice on set of mathematical models of telecommunication networks' streams is presented. By means of comparison of alternatives – calls' streams' models used in teletraffic theory by Slater's vector criterion plural optimum decision is received.

Keywords: convergent telecommunication network, calls' stream, teletraffic theory, vector criterion of preference.

ACM classification keywords: H. Information Systems - H.1 MODELS AND PRINCIPLES.

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DECISION OF PROBLEM OF CHOICE ON SET OF TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS' STREAMS' MATHEMATICAL MODELS

Maxim Solomitsky

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p04.pdf

INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR RESTORATION OF OIL POLLUTED SOILS AND WATER BODIES
By: Nataliya Pankratova, Lyudmila Khokhlova   (2704 reads)
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Abstract: The integrated tools for modelling and technologies for restoration of oil polluted soils and water bodies are proposed. Application of this tools on the stage of modeling allows to determine the geometrical parameters of pollution, its density, c oncentration, rate of distribution, to study the forecast and foresight of the spread of contamination and then to efficiently solv e the problem of calculating the required volume and concentration of the sorbent. As soon as the stage of modeli ng is fulfilled and the required volume of the sorbent is defined the stage of the sorbent production is carried out. Technological principles for obtaining of carbon bioactive materials of bio-destructive type and application for purification of soil and water bodies from oil and oil products are used. New environmental technology and methodology consist of creation of a new type of bio- sorptive material, based on natural raw materials, immobilized on the surface of microorganisms-destructors of aboriginal origin with a broad spectrum of action. Created carbon sorbents, based on vegetable raw materials, bio-activated by natural association of oil-oxidizing micro-organisms are effective for the purification of ecosystems from oil pollution, do not re quire removal from the field of proces sing and utilization. Implementation of integrated tools for restoration of oil polluted soils and water bodies allows to reduce the period and cost of areas purification.

Keywords: integrated modeling tools, foreca st, foresight, informati on platform, microbiological technologies, oil polluted soils and water bodi es, utilization, safety

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2. INFORMATION SYSTEM APPLICATION: type of system strategy

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INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR RESTORATION OF OIL POLLUTED SOILS AND WATER BODIES

Nataliya Pankratova, Lyudmila Khokhlova

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p03.pdf

MULTI-VARIANT PYRAMIDAL CLUSTERING AND ANALYSIS HIGH-DIMENSIONAL DATA
By: Ivanova et al.  (2166 reads)
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Abstract: In this work an example of multi-variant clustering is presented. The problems to be solved are described and multi-variant clustering based on pyramidal multi-layer multi-dimensional structures is outlined. The conclusion is that the multi-variant clustering combined with pyramidal generalization and pruning gives reliable results.

Keywords: Data mining, multi-variant clustering, pyramidal multi-layer multi-dimensional structures.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.2.8 Database Applications, Data mining; I.5.3 Clustering.

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MULTI-VARIANT PYRAMIDAL CLUSTERING AND ANALYSIS HIGH-DIMENSIONAL DATA

Krassimira B. Ivanova, Vitalii Velychko, Krassimir Markov

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p02.pdf

A SYSTEM APPROACH TO INFORMATION STRUCTURING IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ...
By: Mark Burgin   (1720 reads)
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Abstract: Social interaction always includes communication, or information exchange. In this exchange information has different properties that impact the communication process. These properties allow us to separate several types of information and formulate conditions determining what type of information is more efficient in a certain style of communication and what type of information to specific communication parties.

Keywords: information, communication, representation, carrier, society,

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A SYSTEM APPROACH TO INFORMATION STRUCTURING IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL INTERACTION

Mark Burgin

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol19/ijita19-01-p01.pdf

DYNAMIC INTER-BRANCH BALANCE WITH ADVANCED ARGUMENT (THE DISCRETE CASE)
By: Igor Lyashenko, Yuriy Tadeev  (2246 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper, we propose a discrete model of the dynamic inter-branch balance with advanced argument, which takes into account the time lag of construction and commissioning of new capacities. General nonnegative solution of the difference equation with advanced argument is obtained. Dual analysis of the model based on two hypotheses (static and dynamic) of the costs’ balance of system “production - consumption " has been provided.

Keywords: Dynamic inter-branch balance, primal and dual models

ACM Classification Keywords: H.1 Models and Principles

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DYNAMIC INTER-BRANCH BALANCE WITH ADVANCED ARGUMENT (THE DISCRETE CASE)

Igor Lyashenko, Yuriy Tadeev

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol21/ijita21-03-p09.pdf

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