The main purpose of the article is to codify the theoretical resources of the sociology of everyday life. The author focuses on the two research programmes of the contemporary sociology of everyday world: the frame theory and the practice theory. The author reveals basic conceptualizations of practice-orientated sociology and frame-analysis, their constructive features; analyses their inherent axiomatics and logics, trying to find their theoretical implications for the sociology of everyday life in particular and the sociological theory in the whole. The method of codification used by the author - description, distinguishing constitutive features of the basic conceptualizations, reconstructing the logic and pointing to the theoretical implications - is also the object of critical reflection in this article.

This article presents a research of direct and reverse projection procedures. Presents Mathematical calculations of spatial situated point projection are presented as particular case for obtaining the expressions which describe this process. The application of these processes in problems of three-dimensional object reconstruction from images is demonstrated by a simple 3D object.