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Gostev I. M. In bk.: EPJ Web of Conferences. Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics (MMCP 2015). Vol. 108. Les Ulis: EDP Sciences, 2016.

Diffculties concerning the choice of the invariants of the projective transformation groups used for the identification of the shapes of planar objects are illustrated and solutions allowing the derivation of robust identification criteria are discussed.

Added: May 12, 2016
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Petrova E. In bk.: 1917: Russia in Revolution. History, Culture and Memory. 2019. P. 360-372.

The chapter is focuses on the research in rural Russia. The empirical materials were studied in the historical context. The chapter helps to understand the consequences of the Russion Revolution 1917.

Added: Sep 18, 2018
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Pozhidaev E.D., Smirnov D.D., Pozhidaeva N.V. In bk.: Innovative Information Technologies: Materials of the International scientific–practical conference. Part 2. Prt. 2. M.: HSE, 2014. P. 557-558.

Our approach to the problem of charge carrier transport in homogeneous polymers assumes carrier hopping on a densely packed manifold of transport (hopping) centers retaining the short-range order of the respective single crystal. The central idea, which distinguishes it from the Bassler’s disorder theory, is that the energy scatter concerns only a small fraction of hopping centers, which begin to act as traps. The majority of isoenergetic centers build up a transfer band with microscopic mobility µ0 equal to that in the respective single crystal. The origin of the energy scatter (and traps themselves) is ascribed to the elementary voids of the fluctuation free volume forming an association with the normal hopping centers.

Added: Sep 7, 2014
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Neznanov A., Parinov A. In bk.: Proceedings of the International Workshop "What can FCA do for Artificial Intelligence?" (FCA4AI at ECAI 2014). Vol. 1257. Prague: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2014. P. 59-66.
There is a big gap between variety of applications of Formal Concept  Analysis (FCA) methods and general-purpose software implementations. We  discuss history of FCA-based software tools, which is relatively short, main  problems in advancing of such tools, and development ideas. We present Formal  Concept Analysis Research Toolbox (FCART) as an integrated environment for  knowledge and data engineers with a set of research tools based on Formal  Concept Analysis. FCART helps us to illustrate methodological and  technological problems of FCA approach to data analysis and knowledge  extraction.
Added: Oct 14, 2014
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Irina Utkina, Mikhail Batsyn, Ekaterina Batsyna. In bk.: Discrete Optimization and Operations Research/9th International Conference, DOOR 2016, Vladivostok, Russia, September 19-23, 2016, Proceedings. Springer, 2016. P. 244-255.

We consider a fractional 0-1 programming problem arising in manufacturing. The problem consists in clustering of machines together with parts processed on these machines into manufacturing cells so that intra-cell processing of parts is maximized and inter-cell movement is minimized. This problem is called Cell Formation Problem (CFP) and it is an NP-hard optimization problem with Boolean variables and constraints and with a fractional objective function. Because of its high computational complexity there are a lot of heuristics developed for it. In this paper we suggest a branch and bound algorithm which provides exact solutions for the CFP with a variable number of cells and grouping efficacy objective function. This algorithm finds optimal solutions for 21 of the 35 popular benchmark instances from literature and for the remaining 14 instances it finds good solutions close to the best known.

Added: Oct 3, 2018
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Irina Utkina, Mikhail Batsyn. In bk.: Models, Algorithms and Technologies for Network Analysis, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics. Vol. 156. Switzerland: Springer, 2016. P. 115-124.

The cell formation problem (CFP) is an NP-hard optimization problem considered for cell manufacturing systems. Because of its high computational complexity several heuristics have been developed for solving this problem. In this paper we present a branch and bound algorithm which provides exact solutions of the CFP. This algorithm finds optimal solutions for 13 problems of the 35 popular benchmark instances from the literature.

Added: Oct 23, 2018
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Stukach O., Romanyuk A. N., Ivanov Y. Y. In bk.: 2017 International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON). IEEE, 2017. Ch. 1. P. 1-6.
Added: Jan 8, 2019
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Volosyuk O. V. In bk.: Испания и Россия: дипломатия и диалог культур. Три столетия отношений. España y Rusia: diplomacia y diálogo de culturas. Tres siglos de relaciones.. M.: Издательство "Индрик", 2018. P. 505-513.

The chapter discusses the establishment of diplomatic relations between Spain and Russia and evaluates the role of Peter I in this process. Special attention is paid to the development of trade relations between the two countries. The text used new archival documents.

Added: Dec 23, 2018
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Kondrashova E. V. In bk.: 3rd International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social Sciences and Arts. Vol. 3. Bk. 1. Sofia: STEF92 Technology Ltd., 2016. P. 53-59.

Students’ grade system is a complex multifactorial process, which usually ends with a numerical estimate. The studying mindset and motivation of the student, which are inextricably interconnected, depend on the objectivity of the estimate. The major problems related to the understanding of estimate as an absolute value or a relative one, which uses comparison, are analysed. Solution methods allowing to combine positive sides of each of the approaches of evaluation are offered. These methods allow to combine both absolute and relative estimate. The following proposed approaches are taken into consideration: a modular system of training, preference of cumulative assessment, the choice of the monitoring procedure form etc. Basic parameters influencing the creation of a «fair» grade system, as well as results of the students survey regarding the factors influencing a grade system are given.

Added: Aug 30, 2016
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Gasparyan D. In bk.: Rationality in Action: Intentions, Interpretations and Interactions. St. Petersburg: Aletheya, 2015.

In this article I am offering some critical comments on two of the most important programs of modern social and political philosophy: transcendental pragmatics and communication theory. These considerations will cover two main problems: justification of rational prerequisites of activities, that would be common and universal for all of humanity and universal, and transparent communication, that is common for all representatives of intersubjective commonality. The first problem is the difficulty of removing the fundamental contradiction between "ones" and "someone else's", and the second is the difficulty of simulation of communication unity, that despite its universality, may serve as different packages of values.

Added: Nov 2, 2015
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Polterovich V. M., Tonis A. In bk.: XI международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества: В 3 кн. Кн. 1.. Bk. 1. M.: Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2011. P. 504-516.

Each developing country tries to catch up with the developed world. Unfortunately, only few economies were able to reach this purpose during last sixty years. Well-known Gershenkonђs argument - «advantage of backwardness» - does not work properly in most cases [Gershenkon, 1962]. Though imitations of technologies and governance methods are much cheaper than innovations, the imitation process is also costly and requires sophisticated approaches of choosing and harmonizing different kinds of economic policies.

Added: Aug 12, 2013
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Chernyak E. L., Чугунова О. Н., Аскарова Ю. А. et al. In bk.: CDUD – 2010: International Workshop on Concept Discovery in Unstructured Data. M.: Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2011. P. 20-31.
A method for computationally visualizing and interpreting a text or corpus of texts in a
taxonomy of the field is described. The method involves such stages as matching taxonomy
topics and text(s) by using annotated suffix trees (ASTs), combining multiple information such
as text abstracts, key-words and taxonomy cross-references, building clusters of taxonomy topics
and their profiles, and lifting the profiles to higher ranks of the taxonomy hierarchy.
Added: Dec 27, 2012
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Levina T. In bk.: What is to Be Done? Art Practice, Theory and Criticism in Russia during the Long Nineteenth Century. Berlin: Logos Verlag Berlin, 2020.
Added: Jul 17, 2019
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Kuzminov Y. I. In bk.: Paying the Professoriate: A Global Comparison of Compensation and Contracts. L.: Routledge, 2012. P. 331-341.
Added: Jan 11, 2013
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Froumin I., Kardanova E., Enchikova E. S. et al. In bk.: INTED 2013 Proceedings. 7th International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Valencia, Spain. 4-5 March, 2013. Valencia: IATED, 2013. P. 447-465.

The presentation considers the problem of the academic heterogeneity among universities freshmen. This problem is widely discussed in circumstances of demographic decline when higher education becomes widespread. As a result differentiation of universities based on the quality of students' freshmen arises: some universities admit predominately high-scored students, while the others have a large variation in students’ preparation level. Universities have to work with non-uniform contingent of students. In Russia the Unified State Exam (USE) is used to admit students to the universities. There are two obligatory exams (Mathematics and Russian language) and different optional exams which students can choose depending on their future direction of study. Scores for USE are the only basis for students’ admission to universities. The points of interest are simultaneously the quality of admission and its heterogeneity. Heterogeneity implies differences in the student’s USE scores in one university. The data base includes USE scores of all students enrolled in all universities in 2011-2012 in the context of different majors. The procedure of academic heterogeneity investigation has been developed with the 5-points scale of heterogeneity levels. There are two types of issues in this research. The first one includes the analysis of academic heterogeneity indicators over years and the classification of universities based on their heterogeneity. The second issue concerns intra-university level and includes the following points: • Identification of factors that influence academic heterogeneity of enrolled students • Analysis of heterogeneity in the context of different majors • Analysis of the dynamics of academic heterogeneity over the years • The university contribution to the dynamics of heterogeneity during the period of education. • Recommendations for dealing with heterogeneous contingent of students. For assessing student’s heterogeneity traditional statistical methods were applied as well as mathematical modeling based on Item Response Theory (IRT). The use of IRT methods allows us to place all the data on the unique metric scale, construct classification of universities on the quality of admission and assess heterogeneity. Despite the differences in the systems of state exams and the academic selectivity in various countries the methods developed can be used to assess the heterogeneity of university freshmen in each country.

Added: Mar 28, 2013
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Maria Yudkevich, Elizaveta Sivak. In bk.: Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education. Global Perspectives. L.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. Ch. 6. P. 130-155.

In the chapter concerning inbreeding in Russian universities the authors draw data from several sources (studies of higher educational sector in Russia and statistics from the Ministry of education and science and Russian Statistical Agency) to estimate consequences of inbreeding on micro and macro levels.

Added: Dec 28, 2014
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Olga Gorelova, Maria Yudkevich. In bk.: Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education. Global Perspectives. L.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. Ch. 2. P. 17-44.
Added: Nov 6, 2014
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Strinyuk S. A., Shuchalova Y., Lanin V. In bk.: Application of Information and Communication Technologies (AICT), 2015 9th International Conference on,14-16 Oct. 2015. Rostov-on-Don: IEEE, 2015. P. 506-510.

About AICT2015 Conference: On behalf of the Steering Committee, we welcome you to the 9th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies (AICT2015) devoted to 100th anniversary of Southern Federal University will be held in Rostov-on-Don, Russia on the 14, 15 and 16th of October 2015. The AICT2015 Conference will build on the success of the previous conferences, which were held in Astana, Baku, Tashkent and Tbilisi. - See more at: http://aict.info/2015/#sthash.NfiISWrf.dpuf

Added: Feb 17, 2016
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Vishnyakova V. In bk.: The 24th International Conference on Korean Language Education: New Direction in Assessment & Testing of Korean as a Second/Foreing Language. Seul: 2014. P. 443-451.

This articles deals with the problems of assessment for Korean Language students at HSE.The author made an effort to show new Korean language assessment criteria for grammar, speaking, reading and writing skills.

Added: Mar 17, 2015
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Maria Yudkevich. In bk.: Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Dordrecht: Springer, 2018. P. 1-3.

  

Added: Oct 31, 2017
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Lanin Viacheslav, Philipson Sofia В кн.: Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management. Т. 2: KEOD. 2017. С. 189-194.

As any other genre, academic paper can be characterized by its own specific rules and fitches. The authors assume that academic style fitches called in this research “style markers” can be modelled by means of ontology engineering. The article is aimed at describing the academic style markers ontology design and its practical using. The designed ontology is divided into two levels. The first level provides information about linguistic terms and the second level consists of style markers, which were suggested by experts in linguistic. It is assumed that two tasks will be solved on the basis of developed ontology. The first task is generating lexical-semantic templates, which is used to identify the list of markers in a text. Due to ontology approach and Domain Specific Language (DSL) technologies applying users can be able to extend and modify marker templates. The second task is developing an expert system rules for text style enhancement.

Added: Nov 22, 2017