Использование современных технологий мониторинга для управления качеством математического образования
The need for transmission and storage of large amounts of scientific data in the project space radio telescope ”Radioastron” required us to organize a reliable communication channel between the tracking station in Pushchino and treatment centers in Moscow. Network management data requires us to an integrated approach and covers the organization secure access to manage network devices, timely replacement of equipment and software upgrades, backups, as well as documentation of the network infrastructure. The reliability of the channel is highly dependent on continuous monitoring of network and server equipment and communication lines.
The following collected papers include articles by various authors presented at The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences, succeeded in Irkutsk on April 26-28, 2018. The conference was dedicated to modern approaches to solving various social problems.
The report discusses methods and software tools for the creation of information-analytical system (IAS) monitoring of dangerous celestial bodies and planning Asteroid-comet hazard (ACH). The article provides a description of the structure of the system and its functional components to enable rapid assessment of potential threats and forecast the effects of a collision dangerous space objects to the Earth. The result of the system is the integrated analytical information about the possible risks for the decision to reduce the possible damage and to identify effective measures for emergency management of cosmic origin.
The article presents some of the results of the project "Monitoring the Russian media literacy of the population", which is being conducted by ZIRCON Research Group since 2009. The latest whole-Russian mass survey was conducted in the autumn 2015.
Systems to monitor asteroids and space debris to predict and help prevent space-linked emergency situations are still in their infancy and this article presents an overview of methods, technologies and software used in creating a data analysis system for monitoring potentially dangerous asteroids and man-made space debris. A description of the system structure and its functional components are given. The components discussed allow for automatic operational assessment of potential space-borne threats and a prediction of the aftermath should any such objects collide with Earth
Over the last decade aural and visual monitoring of massive people gatherings has become a critical problem of national security. Whenever possible a fixed infrastructure is used for this purpose. However, in case of spontaneous gatherings the infrastructure may not be available. In this paper, we propose the system for spontaneous “flash crowd” monitoring in areas with no fixed infrastructure. The basic concept is to engage users with their mobile devices to participate in the monitoring process. The system takes on characteristics of “big data” generators. We analyze the proposed system for coverage metrics and estimate the rate imposed on the wireless network. Our results show that given a certain level of participation the LTE network can support aural monitoring with prescribed guarantees. However, the modern LTE system cannot fully support visual monitoring as much more capacity is required. This capacity may potentially be provided by forthcoming millimeter wave and terahertz communications systems.