A. L. Ronzhin INTELLECTUALIZATION AND ROBOTIZATION
OF DOMESTIC SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT
FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH.
UDC 004.896 Annotation:Systemic interdisciplinary research conducted at the St. Petersburg Federal Research Center
of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SPC RAS) includes the development of scientific
equipment, including information-measuring software and hardware for carrying out internal
fundamental and applied work, as well as bringing its functional and ergonomic performance to
the level required for the commercialization and introduction to the market of industrial
products. Keywords: artificial intelligence technologies, robotics, scientific equipment,
S. A. Bolshakova. ON THE «PREDICATIVE-PREPOSITIONAL GROUP»
DISAMBIGUATION FOR SOME COMMON WORD
COMBINATIONS IN RUSSIAN TEXTS.
UDC 004.89:004.93 Annotation:The article is devoted to the problem of automatic disambiguation for a number of phrases in the
case when one of the options is a predicative phrase, and the other is a group of words with a
preposition and a noun. In the first case, the phrase is interpreted as a single dictionary element
with a "predicate" part of speech tag. In the second case, it is a prepositional group and requires
presentation as separate dictionary words. Keywords: natural language processing, automatic text analysis, disambiguation,
predicative phrase, prepositional group, national language corpus.
А. E. Gorodetskiy, I. L. Tarasova. OPTIMIZATION OF MOVEMENT
BY THE ROBOT ROUTER, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT
THE TEMPERAMENT OF THE DRIVER.
UDC 004.89 Annotation:The article discusses the features of adaptation of intelligent robots to the temperament of the
person. A brief description of the robot's central nervous system with modules of temperament
analysis and adaptation is given. Particular attention is paid to the algorithms for taking into
account temperament when optimizing movement by a robot router. A functional is proposed that
minimizes driving time, taking into account the driver's temperament, and an algorithm for
calculating optimal driving speeds without accidents on turns. The results of computer modeling
have shown the expediency and importance of taking into account the driver's temperament by the
robot router. Keywords: Intelligent robot, central nervous system, temperament analysis,
decision-making, optimization functionality, computer modeling.
A. E. Pokintelitsa. PROBLEMS AND FEATURES OF DATA REDUCTION
IN AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS.
UDC 004.622:007.52 Annotation:Computing resources of mobile robotic systems of various autonomy levels are fairly limited. This
paper considers the problem of reducing the amount and (or) simplifying the structure of data,
processed in power-limited computing systems. The data reduction methods are analyzed and their
algorithms are described. The key concepts for the formalization of a reduction method are
identified: the reduction target indicator and the criterion for the data separation procedure by
degree of their significance. The characteristics of information processing processes which result in
data reduction are examined. Keywords: data processing, data reduction, robotic systems.
Informatics, Computer Engineering and Control
V. N. Pavlysh, A. V. Grom. DISCRETE SIMULATION
OF ANISOTROPIC CONTINUOUS MEDIUM.
UDC 510.67 Annotation:There is a necessity of investigating non-stationary processes in a continuous medium (production
of various materials, coal and rock masses treatment, convective mixing of chemical mixtures
reagents, thermal treatment of loose and fluid materials etc.) when solving some technological
problems. Under these conditions, mathematical modeling has a number of features that need to
be considered when building algorithms for their implementation, which is the task of this paper. Keywords: mathematical modeling, formation, structure, discrete model, anisotropy.
V. V. Rumyantsev, S. A. Fedorov, A. Ye. Rybalka. MODELING OF THE PHYSICAL OBJECTS.
UDC 535.4+681.7 Annotation:In general, the features of modeling physical objects, in particular, nanostructured ones, are
highlighted. Considered: the dispersion of polariton excitations in a one-dimensional array of
nanopores containing quantum dots, and a computer "experiment" in which it is shown that the
magnitude of the band gap of a nanofilm depends on its thickness. Keywords: nanostructures, quantum-dimensional effect, polariton excitations, quantum
dots, forbidden energy zone.
E. Y. Chudina. SOLVING THE LEVEL OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND SELF-ACTUALIZATION
STUDENTS ON THE BASIS OF TWO – FACTOR
REGRESSION USING THE METHOD OF THE IDEAL POINT.
UDC 519.21, 51-7, 311, 303.732 Annotation:The article considers a mathematical model for studying the level of academic performance of university
students and the level of their self-actualization. The choice of factor features is justified, an empirical study
is conducted, on the basis of which a regression model is constructed and the problem of optimizing two
effective features is solved. Keywords: optimization problem, ideal point method, Pareto set, regression analysis,
academic performance, self-actualization.