xStream: A New Platform Enabling Communication between Applications and the 5G Network
Wireless Networks are being developed rapidly during the last two decades. Since that time, science and technologies have been modernized from slow GPRS networks to the networks of fourth generation, which are allowed to transfer the data wirelessly at the high speed and relatively low latency. However, the technological progress has not being stopped after 4G-networks became widely spread. By now, many scientists talk about principally new technology of wireless data transfer - networks of fifth generation. At the same time it is highly important to assess how the criteria of quality for the modern 5G-networks can be formed, based on the experience of usage 4G-networks. In the paper, it is firstly suggested to assess the quality of the 4G networks. Then, several new factors are introduced for future 5G networks along with the problems that raised during the assessment. Finally, the survey of possible 5G-consumers are conducted to prove the derived hypothesis related to new factors.
The article explores the projects of northern towns with artificial micro-climate created by architects from the Leningrad branch of the Soviet Academy of construction and Architecture in the 1960s. The analysis of discussions among Leningrad architects about the necessity to change living conditions for the population on arctic settlements reveals broader issues of social changes during the Thaw period, when the topic of everyday environment of the population and plans of its ‘rational’ reorganization had come to the fore in many research fields, including Soviet architecture.
Interactions of architecture with social sciences during the Soviet period (from 1920th on) are analyzed including impact of social knowledge upon architecture and planning decisions. The study is based on review of relevant periodicals, collections of texts and monographs on architecture and urban sociology.
Textbook "Introduction to the basics of the art of ancient Greece" helps to form the main idea of the periods and stylistic features of ancient Greek art, show and explain the most important laws of artistic processes in the culture of ancient Greece, as well as to identify the relationship between the formal-shaped structure of the work and the priority value orientations created its culture. A summary of the main stages of Ancient Greek art is accompanied by a representative of extortion illustrations (more than 1900 images), allowing you to acquaint the reader with the paramount ideas about the historical development of the art of ancient Greece, to identify the stylistic features of the main types of ancient Greek art, as well as to reveal and explain the most important laws of artistic processes in culture of ancient Greece. The purpose of this guide - to teach students to work with information, primarily visual, to help develop the ability to determine the stylistic features of each of the sites studied stages of ancient Greek art. The manual is intended for students - art historians, students of the history and culture of the ancient world and a wide range of readers
The purpose of the paper is to explore the underappreciated value of Paul Ricoeur's insights into architecture and urbanism.
This paper addresses the processes by which the international community intervened and participated in the defining of Bosnian identity and the corresponding constitutional framework, as well as the continuous paradoxical tension between the ethnic local and claims to universalism of supranational legal norms. In particular, the 1995 Constitution and the architecture of its sovereignty have been contested through provisions of the European Convention of Human Rights. The analysis is further supported by the discussion of the architectonic structure of the Town Hall/National Library in Sarajevo that has had an important constitutional role since the collapse of the Ottoman period. The paper thus focuses on two sites for construction/deconstruction of Bosnian sovereignty: the constitutional framework and the more concretely visible architectural symbol of the Town Hall/National Library. This importance of a visual and spatial approach to Bosnian realities is carried further by the 1993 ‘Eulogy’ that Jean-Luc Nancy wrote for Sarajevo, as a site of the Mêlée.