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“Cooking Up a New Everyday: Communal Kitchens in the Revolutionary Era, 1890-1935.” Revolutionary Russia 29, No. 2 (December 2016): 211-233
In this paper presented slot selection algorithms in economic model for independent job batch scheduling in a distributed computing with non-dedicated resources. Exiting approaches towards resource co-allocation and multiprocessor job scheduling in economic models of distributed computing are based on search of time-slots in resource occupancy schedules. The sought time-slots must match requirements of necessary span, computational resource properties, and cost. Usually such scheduling methods consider only one suited variant of time-slot set. This paper discloses a scheduling scheme that features multi-variant search. Two algorithms of linear complexity for search of alternative variants are compared. Having several optional resource configurations for each job makes an opportunity to perform an optimization of execution of the whole bath of jobs and to increase overall efficiency of scheduling.
This is a collection of essays dedicated to Prof. Stefano Garzonio, an Italian slavist, professor of the University of Pisa; the articles were written on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. The volume unites articles on Italian and Russian literatures and interconnection between Italian and Russian cultural traditions.
collection of studies on the history of culture, political thought and art history in late medieval and early modern Europe.
The paper studies attitudes of the Soviet authorities and broader society towards the problem of abortion during the New Economic Policy in the 1920s. The communist ideologists promoted ideas strikingly different from the those of the population who still shared traditional values based on religious ethics. Even for religiously indifferent people, the Orthodox tradition would provide moral comfort in the era of profound social changes. The official ideological message was controversial. Sexual liberties were proclaimed, including the new freedom of marriage and divorce. Women were encouraged to work, to be involved in social activities, and receive education. However, there was almost no social and little medical help for mothers. Traditional marriage was destroyed, leading to the increasing number of abortions, both legal and illegal. Facing this result, the authorities got worried and encouraged people to produce children for the Soviet Republic instead of having abortions. On the other hand, the common people knew that having many children meant poverty and poor health for the whole family. There was almost no available contraception, and abortion was virtually the only method of birth control. In spite of the efforts of the Soviet propaganda, abortion was perceived as a nasty but almost unavoidable part of everyday life.