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Shevgunov T. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019. Vol. 1163. No. 1. P. 1-6.

The paper deals with cyclostationarity as a natural extension of stationarity as the key property in designing the widely-used models of random processes. The comparative example of two processes, one is wide-sense stationary and the other is wide-sense cyclostationary, is given in the paper and reveals the lack of the conventional stationary description based on one-dimensional autocorrelation functions. It is shown that two significantly different random processes appear to be characterized by exactly the same autocorrelation function while their two-dimensional autocorrelation functions provide outlook where the difference between processes of two above-mentioned classes becomes much clearer. More concise representation by expanding the two-dimensional autocorrelation function to its Fourier series where the cyclic frequency appears as the transform parameter is illustrated. The closed-form expression for the components of the cyclic autocorrelation function is also given for the random process which is an infinite pulse train made of rectangular pulses with randomly varying amplitudes.

Added: Apr 28, 2019
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Presnova A. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019. No. 1163. P. 1-6.

The mathematical model describing the dynamics of HIV in the human body is a nonlinear system of differential equations. This model takes into account the effect of drugs on the body. Thus, it is possible to obtain ”optimal” treatment regimens for patients, which cause minimal harm to the body. In the work for constructing suboptimal control of the supply of drugs, the method of ”extended linearization” is used, which makes it possible to switch from a nonlinear model to a linear model, but with parameters that depend on the state. To solve the resulting equation Riccati and search for control actions, a method is proposed for the formation of optimization algorithms for nonlinear control systems based on the application of functions of admissible values of control actions.

Added: Mar 28, 2019
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A. Romanov, A. Amerikanov, E. Leghnev. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 1050. No. 1. P. 1-12.

The article gives a review of existing methods of network-on-chip design based on the approach in which mapping of the characteristic tasks graph is performed on a given regular topology. The networks-on-chip synthesis problem is generally characterized. The analysis and comparison of standard topologies (mesh and torus) with circulant topologies are performed. Advantages and disadvantages of mesh and torus topologies usage, and the effect, achieved by their application to various implementations of networks on chip, are analyzed. Extension of the scope of solutions for standard regular network topologies mesh and torus on the circulant topologies with better characteristics is proposed. This will make it possible to take advantage of the deterministic approach, but with the use of more effective NoC topologies optimized for a particular task.

Added: May 25, 2018
Article
Slastnikov S. A., Лупанов В. Э. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018.

A lot of files and data, in general, are transferred throughout the networks. But the data may be corrupted by intrusions or package loss so, the executable files may be marked as non-executable and violate the local network policy. Thus, it’s necessary to detect such files. In this paper, we present a novel method for detecting broken bytes of a file, so the corrupted files may be detected. Also, the positions of wrong bytes might be helpful in restoring the original file content. This work is devoted to study of modern neural network models applied to detect corrupted bytes of a file problem. Since recurrent neural networks (RNNs) seem to be well suited for such tasks, the main tasks of this work are to analyze the efficiency of popular state-of-the-art RNNs solving the problem mentioned above and to compare results of different models. We use data consisting of the most popular file types collected from the Internet and manually randomly added noise to that data to test our models. An experiment on this data demonstrates the advantages and disadvantages of the considered models.

Added: Oct 19, 2018
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Bondarenko G., Kristya V. I. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2008. Vol. 100. No. 062009. P. 1-4.

A mathematical model of ion and sputtered atom transport in the vicinity of the target with a periodical surface relief in glow discharge in pure gas is developed. Under the assumption that the relief amplitude is small, analytical expressions for their flows are found by the perturbation method and an equation describing the relief amplitude time evolution is derived. It is shown that intensity of sputtering exceeds intensity of sputtered material redeposition at the relief tops, and relief smoothing always takes place in the process of homogeneous target treatment in glow discharge in pure gas.

Added: Jan 4, 2013
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Vulfson A. N., Nikolaev P. V. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 955. P. 1-6.

In the article, it is considered a modification of an integral model of an unsteady turbulent jet with a pressure force. Stationary solutions of the presented model are compared with well-known analytical results of classical models. It is shown that the inclusion of the pressure forces changes the dynamic parameters of a jet by about 12%. Analytical solutions of a steady forced buoyant jet of the atmospheric convective boundary layer and a spontaneous jet of a surface layer are presented. The simplest model of an ensemble of spontaneous jets of convective surface layer is constructed. It is shown that an ensemble of spontaneous jets forms a dependence of the turbulent moments and heat eddy diffusivity on the altitude within the convective boundary layer.

Added: Nov 2, 2018
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Gayduchenko I. A., Fedorov G., Stepanova T. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2016. Vol. 741. No. 1. P. 012143.

Demand for efficient terahertz (THz) radiation detectors resulted in intensive study of the asymmetric carbon nanostructures as a possible solution for that problem. In this work, we systematically investigate the response of asymmetric carbon nanodevices to sub-terahertz radiation using different sensing elements: from dense carbon nanotube (CNT) network to individual CNT. We conclude that the detectors based on individual CNTs both semiconducting and quasi-metallic demonstrate much stronger response in sub-THz region than detectors based on disordered CNT networks at room temperature. We also demonstrate the possibility of using asymmetric detectors based on CNT for imaging in the THz range at room temperature. Further optimization of the device configuration may result in appearance of novel terahertz radiation detectors.

Added: Oct 20, 2016
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Seliverstov S., Rusova A., Kaurova N. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2016. Vol. 741. No. 1. P. 012165.

We characterize superconducting antenna-coupled NbN hot-electron bolometer (HEB) for direct detection of THz radiation operating at a temperature of 9.0 K. At signal frequency of 2.5 THz, the measured value of the optical noise equivalent power is 2.0×10-13 W-Hz-0.5. The estimated value of the energy resolution is about 1.5 aJ. This value was confirmed in the experiment with pulsed 1.55-μm laser employed as a radiation source. The directly measured detector energy resolution is 2 aJ. The obtained risetime of pulses from the detector is 130 ps. This value was determined by the properties of the RF line. These characteristics make our detector a device-of-choice for a number of practical applications associated with detection of short THz pulses.

Added: Oct 20, 2016
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Pisarev V., Zakharov S. A. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 946. P. 012100-1-012100-6.

Molecular dynamics calculations are performed to calculate vapor–liquid equilibrium of methane–n-butane mixture. Three force-field models are tested: the TraPPE-UA united-atom forcefield, LOPLS-AA all-atom forcefield and a fully flexible version of the TraPPEEH all-atom forcefield. All those forcefields reproduce well the composition of liquid phase in the mixture as a function of pressure at the 300 K isotherm, while significant discrepancies from experimental data are observed in the saturated vapor compositions with OPLS-AA and TraPPE-UA forcefields. The best agreement with the experimental phase diagram is found with TraPPE-EH forcefield which accurately reproduces compositions of both liquid and vapor phase. This forcefield can be recommended for simulation of two-phase hydrocarbon systems.

Added: Nov 15, 2017
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Smirnov A., Soldatov T. A., Petrenko O. A. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 969. P. 1-7.

Magnetisation  measurements and ESR spectra of a doped quasi 2D antiferromagnet  on a triangular lattice reveal a crucial change of the ground state spin configuration and a disappearance of a characteristic 1/3-magnetisation  plateau under a doping. According to theory, this is a result of the competition between the structural and dynamic disorders. The dynamic zero-point or thermal fluctuations are known to  lift the degeneracy of the mean field ground state of a triangular magnet and cause the spin configuration to be the most collinear, while the static disorder provides another selection of the ground state, with the least collinear structure. Low-level doping  was found to decrease the N\'{e}el temperature and saturation field by only few percent, while the magnetisation  plateau disappears completely and the spin configuration is drastically changed. ESR spectra confirm an impurity-induced change of the so-called Y-type structure to an inverted Y-structure for 15%-doping by potassium.  

Added: Jun 11, 2018
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Barash L. Y., Shchur L. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2014. Vol. 510. P. 011001.

We review the current state of Computational Physics as presented at XXV IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics. Moscow, 20-24 August, 2013.

Added: May 29, 2014
Article
Slastnikov S. A., Сидоров А. А. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018.

This article is dedicated to our work in field of research and development of a math model for load balancing in the Internet of things (IoT). Here, we perform analysis and classification of tasks in the IoT devices system. We split subprograms in following systems on balancing and non-balancing. Next, we classify balancing subprograms by different parameters. Then, based on those classifications, we construct model for load balancing in IoT. With that model, in future we can perform modeling IoT devices systems and found pros and contras of each balancing algorithm

Added: Oct 19, 2018
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Velichansky V., Vaskovskaya M., Tsygankov E. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2017. Vol. 941. P. 012055-1-012055-6.

 Motivated by recent developments in atomic frequency standards employing the effect of coherent population trapping (CPT), we propose a theoretical framework for the frequency modulation spectroscopy of the CPT resonances. Under realistic assumptions we provide simple yet non-trivial analytical formulae for the major spectroscopic signals such as the CPT resonance line and the in-phase/quadrature responses. We discuss the influence of the light shift and, in particular, derive a simple expression for the displacement of the resonance as a function of modulation index. The performance of the model is checked against numerical simulations, the agreement is good to perfect. The obtained results can be used in more general models accounting for light absorption in the thick optical medium.

 

Added: Feb 8, 2018
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Azzolini V., Borisyak M. A., Cerminara G. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 1085. No. 042015. P. 1-6.

Daily operation of a large-scale experiment is a resource consuming task, particularly from perspectives of routine data quality monitoring. Typically, data comes from different sub-detectors and the global quality of data depends on the combinatorial performance of each of them. In this paper, the problem of identifying channels in which anomalies occurred is considered. We introduce a generic deep learning model and prove that, under reasonable assumptions, the model learns to identify ’channels’ which are affected by an anomaly. Such model could be used for data quality manager cross-check and assistance and identifying good channels in anomalous data samples. The main novelty of the method is that the model does not require ground truth labels for each channel, only global flag is used. This effectively distinguishes the model from classical classification methods. Being applied to CMS data collected in the year 2010, this approach proves its ability to decompose anomaly by separate channels.

Added: Oct 19, 2018
Article
Timofeev A., Nikolaev V. S. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 946. No. 012146. P. 1-8.

It is often suggested that inter-particle distance in stable dusty plasma structures decreases with cooling as a square root of neutral gas temperature. Deviations from this dependence (up to the increase at cryogenic temperatures) found in the experimental results for the pressures range 0.1–8.0 mbar and for the currents range 0.1–1.0 mA are given. Inter-particle distance dependences on the charge of particles, parameter of the trap and the screening length in surrounding plasma are obtained for different conditions from molecular dynamics simulations. They are well approximated by power functions in the mentioned range of parameters. It is found that under certain assumptions thermophoretical force is responsible for inter-particle distance increase at cryogenic temperatures

Added: Oct 31, 2018
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A N Varnavsky, Antonenco A. V. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2017. Vol. 803. No. 1. P. 1-7.

The paper presents a possibility of estimating a human cardiac pacemaker using combined application of nonlinear integral transformation and fuzzy logic, which allows carrying out the analysis in the real-time mode. The system of fuzzy logical conclusion is proposed, membership functions and rules of fuzzy products are defined. It was shown that the ratio of the value of a truth degree of the winning rule condition to the value of a truth degree of any other rule condition is at least 3.

Added: Sep 12, 2018
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Lyzhin I., Efremov S. G., Rolich A. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019. Vol. 1163. P. 1-5.

The primary purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of existing education solutions for IoT and develop proposals for their improvement. The study draws analysis of current conditions of the educational IoT sphere, a comparative analysis of educational products used for teaching of undergraduate students. With that the article describes the architecture of our own software and hardware platform for learning IOT. Moreover, this paper reviews methods and technical instruments employed to design software and hardware appliances.

Added: Oct 31, 2018
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Pchelkin D., Ivanov A., Romanov A. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019. Vol. 1163. No. 1. P. 1-7.

This article describes a technical solution of the system generator of configuration files of development boards “Marsohod 2”, “Marsohod 2bis”, “Marsohod 3”, “Marsohod 3bis” for Quartus Prime software. The solution includes a web interface for the system generator, generation of configuration files, introduction of additional modules into the generated project, such as a frequency divider, Uart8 (RS-232), a module for preventing of contact bounce, and several types of simplest MIPS processor cores. This technical solution improves the convenience and speed of FPGA development, as well as reduces its entry threshold which can be significant for starting developers.

Added: May 9, 2019
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Zolotov Philipp, Divochiy A., Vakhtomin Y. et al. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2017. Vol. 917. No. 062037. P. 1-6.

We report on development of superconducting single-photon detectors (SSPD) with high intrinsic quantum efficiency in the wavelength range 1.31 – 3.3 μm. By optimization of the NbN film thickness and its compound, we managed to improve detection efficiency of the detectors in the range up to 3.3 μm. Optimized devices showed intrinsic quantum efficiencies as high as 10% at mid-IR range.

Added: Nov 24, 2017
Article
Ryazanova Aleksandra Evgenevna, Amerikanov A., Lezhnev E. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019. Vol. 1163. No. 1. P. 1-7.

This work includes a review of MIPS architecture processor cores and a review of network topology consisting of routers. It was demonstrated by realization of 2 multiprocessor systems developed on the basis of mesh topology using modified schoolMIPS soft-processor cores, in which architecture additional blocks and instructions were added, and routers with XY routing. As a result, the obtained NoC performance is up to 1.87 Gbit/s (4 processor cores), and up to 1.54 Gbit/s (10 processor cores). The extended processor core schoolMIPS consumes 452 ALMs and 1692 bits of memory; NoC of 4 processor cores takes 2223 ALMs and 9136 bits of memory; NoC of 10 processor cores – 5696 ALMs and 22840 bits of memory. The obtained results suggest that there is a possibility of NoC development with the number of nodes up to 200 nodes on Stratix IV GX EP4SGX230 (DE4).

Added: Jun 24, 2019
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Lankin A., Orekhov M. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2018. Vol. 946. P. 1-7.

Recombination in liquid in diffusion regime is considered using molecular dynamics. A method to take into account change in interaction potential due to recombination act is suggested. Different processes that affect recombination rate are considered. It is found that ion cluster pair formation is important in addition to diffusion motion of ions. Results of the computation suggest that no other factors affect recombination at least within accuracy of 10%. It is shown with help of variation of recombination threshold radius and ion radius.

Added: Mar 22, 2018