Разработка базы данных характеристик безотказности и долговечности ЭРИ
The paper deals with the creation of a database of indicators of reliability and durability of the ESI, formulated the requirements for the database, and it seems possible the database model
Are the main features of CAD software used in the development of equipment using FPGA. Is an example of job creation projects FPGA. Discusses some common problems and suggest ways to address them.
New electro-thermal simulation subsystem was introduced into Mentor Graphics IC Design flow. The subsystem incorporates IC thermal simulation tool “Overheat”, dispatcher “ETh SimCoupler” as the simulation manager and layout converter “ETh Model Generator”. Application example of power voltage regulator IC simulation is described. A good agreement between simulated and IR-camera measured temperature pictures is achieved.
The conference held on the 7th of April, 2016 at St. Petersburg State University of Economics is dedicated to the 10th Anniversary of the Master Programn "Economy of Enterprise, Quality and Innovation" and reflects the decade' journey of complicated process of buiding the strong professional, cultural and personal relationship between Russian and Italian universities.
The report and communications made by participants concern the contribution of the both sides in the successful development of Russian Italian strategic collaboration that is of great important in the era of the information society and economy of knowledge. The material will be helpful for international companies and organizations in the process of launching any join project, for business consultants and experts skilled in the field of strategic cooperation development, representatives of local authorities in the external relations and foreign affairs.
The automatic electro-thermal simulation has been implemented in Mentor Graphics PCB Design Flow. New program-dispatcher TransPower has been developed to control the electro-thermal calculation process, combining the programs of the electric (Analog Designer) and thermal (BETAsoft) simulation into a single cycle. As a result, the labor consumption and the PCB electro-thermal simulation time have been significantly reduced, the accuracy and reliability of calculations have been improved and the human errors have been eliminated.
System ASONIKA-K-MF is a VJ-visual environment reliability electron modules designed to automate the activities and management of the reliability of electronic equipment on the stages of projection-tirovaniya, manufacture, operation and scraps-tion . The system is designed as a client-server application that allows Playback izvodimost calculations and ease of operation.  Despite the fact that the software, similar to the system ASONIKA-K-MF, has not yet been created either in Russia or abroad, constant updating of operating systems has led to the fact that the client part of the system ASONIKA-K-MF-mouth RELA in the sense that was not compatible with modern operating systems Windows Vista / 7/8. Therefore, there was a task processing times, the new version of the client side (interak-tive interface) system ASONIKA-K-MF under the operating systems Windows Vista / 7/8, using modern methods and programming tools.
Book Review: Karpik L. (2010) Valuing the Unique: The Economics of Singularities, Princeton; Oxford: Princeton University Press (primum editae: Karpik L. (2007) L’économie des singularités, Paris: Gallimard).
Choosing a good novel, a fancy restaurant, artwork, or a qualified specialist practitioner cannot be understood with the help of theories of exchange mechanisms offered by economics. Lucien Karpik suggests the concept of “singularity” for analyzing consumer choice of high-quality unique goods. The main attributes of “singularities” include multidimensionality, uncertainty, and incommensurability. The important traits of markets for singularities include opacity and opportunism, the necessity for coordination mechanisms, the dominance of quality competition over price competition, and the impossibility to explain price setting with the supply-demand equilibrium. Markets for singularities contain judgment devices (e.g. guides, expert reviews, laureate lists) which help consumers to make a choice. These devices are used in order to reduce uncertainty, providing consumers with necessary knowledge. These devices include networks, certificates of quality, expert systems, ratings (composed by experts or developed by the market), techniques of consumer manipulation and forms of product demonstration at points of sales. Markets for singularities are governed on the basis of several coordination regimes. Thus, the “regime of authenticity” can be found within markets of expensive wine based on guarantees of quality. “Mega-regime” refers to situations where brand names signal a certain quality, such as global movie producers, luxury apparel manufactures, and so on. The “regime of expert opinion” exists within constrained markets, including books, movies, theatre performances, etc. The “regime of professional coordination” is applied to markets of personal services such as physicians or architects, where service suppliers are governed by professional ethics and associations. Prices for singularities are not determined by the standard equilibrium mechanism of supply and demand, but instead are set based on restraints of volume production. A market for a singularity also implies great discrepancies in prices for top-tier products by ratings versus goods produced for mass consumption.