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The proceedings contain 94 papers. The special focus in this conference is on Rough Sets. The topics include: Approximations from anywhere and general rough sets; generalized ideals and co-granular rough sets; certainty-based rough sets; the rough membership function on one type of covering-based rough sets and its applications; mereogeometry based approach for behavioral robotics; similarity based rough sets; a topological approximation space based on open sets of topology generated by coverings; actual existence predicate in mereology and mereotopology; path planning based on potential fields from rough mereology; three-way dicision community detection algorithm based on local group information; actionable strategies in three-way decisions with rough sets; rough set approximations in an incomplete information table; two novel decomposition approaches for knowledge acquisition model; three-way decisions with DEA approach; covering-based optimistic multigranulation decision-theoretic rough sets based on maximal descriptors; a three-way decision model based on intuitionistic fuzzy decision systems; sequential three-way decisions in efficient classification of piecewise stationary speech signals; a three-way recommender system for popularity-based costs; three-way decisions based on intuitionistic fuzzy sets; a framework of three-way cluster analysis; a semi-supervised three-way clustering framework for multi-view data; determining thresholds in three-way decisions; three-way decisions cost model based on continuous domain; conflict analysis for Pythagorean fuzzy information systems; attribute reduction in utility-based decision-theoretic rough set models; resolving the conflicts between cuts in a decision tree with verifying cuts and depression behavior detection model based on participation in serious games.
The current state of information systems of the Pushchino Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences to successfully solve the problems of computational biology.
In this paper CASE-technology METAS intended for development of distributed dynamically adaptable information systems is presented. This technology is based on interpretation of the multilevel models describing information system and its domain from the various points of view and at different levels of abstraction. New models expanding functionality of information system can be developed on the basis of existing models.
The development of e-Health in the digital economy requires a comprehensive information exchange between all stakeholders. This interaction is ensured through the interoperability of information systems, data, technical solutions, processes and management methods. In an interoperable information environment, a synergistic effect of interaction is achieved, in which each participant benefits from the use of data and increases the efficiency of their activities. Interoperability is necessary to create a single barrier-free information environment based on the principles of openness, transparency, reusability, technological neutrality, user-centricity, information security and privacy. The article reveals the principles of interoperability applicable to the field of e-Health with reference to the experience of the European Union where the concept of interoperability has been most developed. Each of the principles is examined through the prism of legal issues that need to be taken into account during their implementation. Particular attention is paid to standardization, information security requirements (including the security of medical devices and applications), conflict resolution between the principle of long-term storage of data for reuse and legislation on personal data.
The article points out the positive steps towards the regulatory and legal support of the interaction of health information systems in the Russian Federation. Thus, the Russian legislation provides the framework for development of the Unified state health information system (EGISZ). However, it stresses the fact that interoperability should not be isolated (intra-industry). Interoperability in a broad sense means openness of interaction with other information systems (intersectoral interaction), the architecture of which should also be built on similar universal standards. This purpose reasons the need to develop a unified strategy for interoperability in the Russian Federation. Such a strategy requires an integrated approach at the national level and participation of all stakeholders in its development and implementation.
The purpose of the article is to determine the main directions to develop foreign language teaching to non-linguistic students and verify the effectiveness of a comprehensive approach to the teaching of all foreign language skills on the base of ICT. Review of the national scientific and pedagogical literature on the problem of using ICT tools for teaching foreign languages in non-linguistic universities and modelling of the information system for professionally-oriented language teaching were applied. The authors come to the conclusion that Russian universities can and should implement ICT tools to create the information and educational environment that, due to didactic potential of ICT, contributes to the improvement of learners’ linguistic, professional and ICT competencies. Successful testing of the applied integrated foreign language teaching based on ICT proves its effectiveness. The article will be of interest to teachers, methodologists and researchers in the field of informatization of education.
The paper considers organizational changes and competencies development necessary to use IT in higher education institute effectively. The discussion starts with the problem of complementary relations between information systems, institution’s organizational practices and the requirements for the competencies of teachers and other staff, and its basic consequences. The methods of analysis of the relationships between organizational practices and to develop approaches to organizational change in high school are introduced. Finally a system of organizational practices and staff competencies to improve IT effectiveness is presented
This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Transformation and Global Society, DTGS 2019, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in June 2019.
The 56 revised full papers and 9 short papers presented in the volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 194 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on e-polity: governance; e-polity: politics online; e-city: smart cities and urban planning; e-economy: online consumers and solutions; e-society: computational social science; e-society: humanities and education; international workshop on internet psychology; international workshop on computational linguistics.