Petrov Andrey Evgenyevich, Professor of Department of Computer aided design and engineering design, Ph.D &D.Sc., Professor, National University of Science and Technology MISIS (NUST MISIS), Department of Computer aided design and engineering design
To create digital models of technical, economic systems, the tensor method of calculating processes is used when the structure of the connection of elements changes, which is necessary in conditions of change. Calculation of processes when the structure changes provides the duality invariant, which means that the sum of the metric tensors of dual networks is constant when the structure changes. The components of the processes in the system change with the help of path transformation matrices when the structure changes. This is analogous to the transformation of the tensor components when changing the coordinate system. The article considers the change in the impact values, metrics and response when changing the structure of dual networks, as well as the unsolved problem of duality of non-planar graphs.
KEYWORDS: network model, tensor method, path transformation matrices, duality invariant, nonplanar graphs.
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Kolin Konstantin Konstantinovich, Doctor of technical sciences, professor, Federal Research Center “Computer Science and Control” of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Informatics Problems
A systematic analysis of the problem of the formation of the information education system in Russia is carried out and it is shown that its solution is a necessary condition for achieving the national goals of our country for the period up to 2030 and beyond. The urgency of this problem is due to the global digital transformation of modern society, the pace of development of which outstrips the ability of members of this society to adapt to the new conditions of their existence. The education system should reduce the severity of this contradiction by making adequate changes in its structure and content. The totality of these changes is proposed to be considered as an integral system of information education, which should have a proactive nature and the necessary scientific and methodological support. The structure of the information education system and its tasks at various levels of education are considered. The role of information education in the formation of the culture of information security, information ecology and modern scientific worldview is shown. The potential of Russian science, which can and should be used to solve this urgent and strategically important problem of our country’s development, is shown.
KEYWORDS: information education, information society, information ecology, information security, information worldview, national security, supercomputer systems.
SOCIO-PEDAGOGICAL PROJECT “SUCCESS OF LIFE PROSPECTS” FOR ORPHANS AND CHILDREN LEFT WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE
Ermilov Valery Vladimirovich, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, methodologist, SBI “Center for the Promotion of Family Education”, Saint-Petersburg
The article deals with the problem of preparing orphans and children left without parental care for an independent life. The practice of socialization of orphans and children left without parental care, brought up in an orphanage, is described. The socio-pedagogical project “Success of life prospects” and the practice of creating a vocational training department on the basis of an orphanage are considered. The prospects for the development of the project are determined.
KEYWORDS: orphans, children left without parental care, orphanage, life perspective, professional orientation, vocational training, socialization.
IP LAB CONSORTIUM AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FIELD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Kibalnikov Sergey Vladimirovich, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Leading Researcher at Lomonosov Moscow State University, professor of the University “Dubna”, general director of “Inventor” LLC
Merkulov Alexander Alekseevich, candidate of technical sciences, head of the technopark of KSTU n.a. I. Kant
A change in the dominant technological mode (TS) occurs every 30–40 years. Each such change is preceded by a technological and economic crisis. The change in technical specifications is the result of waves of basic innovations. Such innovations include the use of additive technologies. Additive Manufacturing is a layer-by-layer build-up and synthesis of objects. The essence of additive technologies is the layer-by-layer construction (synthesis) of products – models, forms, master models, and so on by fixing the layers of the model material and their sequential connection to each other in various ways: sintering, fusion, gluing, polymerization – depending on the nuances of a particular technology . In other words, additive technologies involve the formation of a part by successively “building up” the material layer by layer. Additive technologies have great potential to reduce energy costs for the creation of a wide variety of products.
KEYWORDS: additive technologies, result of intellectual activity (RIA), consortium, human-centeredness, pedagogical and information technologies (PIT), structural code of imagination (SEC), SEC-matrix, convergent network interaction model (CMC), IP lab sidechain.
Burenin Aleksey Nikitich, Master’s student, “Ufa State Petroleum Technical University”
Kuznetsov Alexandr Ivanovich, Master’s student, “Ufa State Petroleum Technical University”
The article discusses the model of strategic priorities for the development of the assortment, analyzes the developed model of prioritization, which takes into account two key factors: the resource capabilities of the company and the attractiveness of the market. As well as tools for determining the current basis of the company in this matrix.
KEYWORDS: non-fuel products, prioritization matrix, priority direction, competition.
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Vinokurov Egor Alexeevich, Master of the Department of Geoinformation Technologies, Institute of Systems Analysis and Management, State University “Dubna”
The purpose of the article is to consider the features of the development and efficiency of Russian and foreign situational centers. The article analyzes the similarities and differences in the design and operation of situational centers both in Russia and abroad. As a result of the study, positive and negative aspects of the creation of situational centers were identified, and forecasts of their future development are given.
KEYWORDS: problem, situation center, functional, situation, monitoring, decision-making, control, territorial development, equipment.
DEVELOPMENT OF A DATABASE FOR SOLVING THE WASTE AND SECONDARY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC ZONE
Bykov Maxim Andreevich, Dubna State University, Department of Geoinformation Systems and Technologies, Institute of Systems Analysis and Management
The work is aimed at creating a full-fledged database that includes information about enterprises for the processing of recyclable materials, enterprises that produce recyclable materials and facilities for the placement of industrial and domestic waste in the Arctic zones of Russia. Based on the above database, a geoportal is being implemented that displays and tracks these objects in order to solve the problems of logistics and waste management and secondary springs in the Arctic regions. Geoportal will provide information about the producers of the product (recycled materials), information about the product (hazard class, category, processed raw materials), which will help to establish logistics and a gradual transition to waste-free production.
KEYWORDS: waste, recyclables, recyclables producers, waste classification, waste hazard class, database, relationship, prototype, monitoring, foreign practice.
Zagirov Ravil Rustemovich, master student, Ufa State Oil Technical University
The model of horizontal drilling process optimization based on an automated wellsite biostratigraphy technology is presented in this article.
KEYWORDS: optimization model, horizontal drilling, wellsite biostratigraphy, machine learning.
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APPENDIX. CURRENT STATUS AND PROBLEMS OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT USING FLEXIBLE METHODOLOGIES (abstract)
Mukhamadeeva Renata Maratovna, master of group М21-904 “Business informatics in the digital economy”, faculty of full-time education, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
Bryukhova Elena Mikhailovna, scientific adviser, postgraduate student of the department №71 “Economics and management in industry” National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
To overcome the challenges of changing requirements that exist not only in the field of software development, but also in new product development projects, Agile practices and tools are of great value. Despite the growing popularity of agile methodologies, the world today lacks the necessary amount of information and specialists with expertise in the effective use of Agile. In this regard, the problem arises of determining approaches that will allow organizations to maximize the effectiveness of using Agile.
KEYWORDS: software, waterfall model, Agile methodology.