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SCIENCE & EDUCATION

Bauman Moscow State Technical University.   El № FS 77 - 48211.   ISSN 1994-0408

# 01, January 2010

Science and Education
The concept of construction of system of electrohydraulic watching drives of the biped walking robot
# 01, January 2010
S.E. Semenov, D.B. Kulakov, A.K. Kovalchuk
And positions of the concept of construction of system of electrohydraulic drives of the biped walking robot (ДШР) for the extreme conditions, received by authors on the basis of experience of creation laboratory ДШР main principles are presented to MGTU of N.E.Baumana
Mobility increase sections articulated tracked vehicle management of a corner of folding of sections in a vertical plane during movement
# 01, January 2010
I.A. Smirnov, E.B. Sarach, G.O. Kotiev
In article the algorithm of management by a corner of folding of sections articulated tracked vehicle which use raises smoothness of a course of the car at the expense of decrease in amplitudes of longitudinal-angular fluctuations section is presented.
Island genetic algorithm with dynamic distribution of probabilities of the choise of genetic operators
# 01, January 2010
A.S. Myasnikov
In work the known idea about dynamic self-organising of parametres of genetic algorithm has been studied and finished. It has allowed to develop fast and reliable genetic algorithm. The developed algorithm has been tested on known criterion functions. For the first time process of evolution of algorithm and the decisions arising at work of algorithm has been investigated.
Maximum likeness extrapolation model for REM (Russian energy market) time series
# 01, January 2010
I.A. Chuchueva
In article is reviewed base of maximum likeness extrapolation first. Then there are a few recommendations for model identification based on researched time series. Later there are results of extrapolation of researched time series. In the end there is mention of model features and further development of maximum likeness extrapolation model. All researched was done on REM time series (prices and volumes).
Numerical procedures of approximate dynamic system attainability domain construction
# 01, January 2010
DOI: 10.7463/0110.0135944
E.M. Voronov, A.P. Karpenko, O.G. Kozlova, V.A. Fedin
Dynamic system attainability domain approximate construction problem is discussed. We analyze this problem solution approaches based onconsecutive and parallel “multi-finish” methods, respectivedifferential equations system vector field approximation, and neural nets. As an example, we discuss specified methods application for aircraft attainability domain boundary approximate construction.
Optimization of spatial orientation of round preparation with the big deviations{rejections} of the form
# 01, January 2010
A.A. Shatilov, A.Yu. Kolobov, V.F. Aleshin
The methodology of optimization of spatial orientation of cylindrical preparation is considered in view of its{her} deviations{rejections} of the form with the purpose of reduction of waste products at machining.
Multi-criteria optimization based on fuzzy approximation of the preferences function of a decision maker
# 01, January 2010
DOI: 10.7463/0110.0135375
D.T. Mukhlisullina, D.A. Moor, A.P. Karpenko
The paper considers the direct adaptive method for multi-criteria optimization based on fuzzy approximation of decision maker’s utility function. We provide some results of method effectiveness research for solving two- and three-criteria test problems.
Method adapting of interfaces of users on the terminology of a data domain in systems of creation and usage of distributed heterogeneous informational resources
# 01, January 2010
Y.S. Shevnina
In clause the method of adapting of interfaces of users on terminology of a data domain of activity in systems of creation and usage of distributed heterogeneous informational resources is described. The model of the template of representation of the informational resources underlying a method of adapting is presented. 
To a question of the description of deformability of a yarn with application of the hereditary theory
# 01, January 2010
V.Sh. Sarkisov, I.V. Moskin, A.A. Checheneva, M.I. Pospergelis
The integrated equations with a kernel of creep and резольвентой, for the description nonlinear вязкоупругости a yarn, with application of the hereditary theory are received. On the basis of the received integrated equations the technique of forecasting of behaviour of a yarn under loading on curves of creep with application of a principle of is intense-time analogy is developed. Possibility of application of the received integrated equations, and according to developed forecasting techniques is shown on an example of calculations of diagrammes of a stretching of a yarn on creep curves. In quality нормированной creep functions function арктангенс from sedate argument is applied.
Optimisation of a middle turnaround diesel engine with pressurisation at restriction of the maximum pressure of a cycle.
# 01, January 2010
S.N. Orekhov
 The article is dedicated to the question of optimization of engine work cycle. The engine is 16 ЧН 26/26. The computer simulation was made. As a result the optimal magnitudes of boost pressure Pint and angel of fuel injection φовт  were identified. Optimization was made with 3 meanings of maximal cycle pressure Pmax =15,2; 17 and 21MPa.
Reduction of values of attributes of the existing information of the tabular kind to one type
# 01, January 2010
V.V. Belous, A.V. Breshenkov
The short analysis of requirements to relational tables is made. Specificity of a problem of transformation of the existing information of a tabular kind to relational tables is considered. The method of the automated reduction of values of attributes of the filled not relational tables to uniform type is offered. Possibilities of existing tool design tools of databases for the decision of a problem of reduction of values of attributes of the existing information of a tabular kind to one type are considered.
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Foreign Education

Universities network in Davos
# 01, January 2010
Davos is one of the world's prime networking venues for economists, bankers and diplomats, writes Oliver Staley for Bloomberg. Yale University sees it as an opportunity to do business, too, entertaining potential donors and recruiting world leaders to teach on campus. Yale isn't the only US university to send a delegation to the Swiss ski resort last week to discuss the environment, technology, communications and the economy. Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Chicago are also sent groups and sponsored events. US universities are increasing their presence at the World Economic Forum as they compete for faculty and students with foreign institutions and as they try to attract international donors, said Donald Heller, director of the Center for the Study of Higher Education at Pennsylvania State University. It's important for them to be visible at forums where universities from other countries will be present, he said.
CHINA: 50 tycoons gave $146.5 million to universities
# 01, January 2010
A ranking of Chinese tycoons' donations to their alma maters has been released, following the controversy over entrepreneur Zhang Lei who gave a record US$8,888,888 to Yale University, China Daily-Asia News reports. The ranking, published by an independent Chinese website, included more than 50 tycoons who donated a total of over one billion yuan (US$146.5 million) to the Chinese universities they attended.
MALAYSIA: Major revamp for polytechnic education
# 01, January 2010
Technical and polytechnic education in Malaysia will be overhauled this year in order to restore public confidence, writes Richard Lim for The Star. Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said the move was necessary as polytechnics were currently regarded as a second chance route for weaker students and this perception had to change. Focusing on human capital development, the change would see polytechnics focusing solely on diploma and higher-level courses. More places and opportunities for further study would also be offered to increase the public's accessibility to higher education.
US: Terrible fiscal decline for higher education
# 01, January 2010
By any financial measure, this fiscal year is a terrible one for public higher education. And while that's no surprise to anyone working at a state college or university, new national data document the extent of the loss of state support, writes Scott Jaschik for Inside Higher Ed. Total state support for higher education for 2009-10 - including federal stimulus dollars - is US$79.4 billion, which is a decline of 1.1% from the prior year and 1.7% from the year before that. This represents a dramatic shift from the three-year period of 2005 to 2008 when state support grew 24% to $80.7 billion - without federal stimulus dollars in the equation.
'Send Swedes to Latvia for operations'
# 01, January 2010
The Stockholm School of Economics in Riga is planning to start a Swedish-owned hospital in the Latvian capital in order to raise the standards of the country's hospitals and to remove some of the burden from the Swedish healthcare system. Gunnar Ljungdahl, Senior Vice President of the Stockholm school's majority-owned Riga offshoot, believes more education is needed when it comes to the administration of Latvian hospitals and said the Swedish system could function as a benchmark.
Narsee Monjee switches to a computer based admission test
# 01, January 2010
New Delhi: Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), India’s premier management school’s Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test (NMAT), the management admissions aptitude test, will soon be computer-based, thus making a transition to a new age digital method, by this month. For the first-ever computer based NMAT, NMIMS has partnered with Pearson VUE to conduct the exam in 19 cities in India and 11 countries outside India between January 30 and February 8, 2010.
Japan appears to be suffering from brain drain
# 01, January 2010
Japan appears to be suffering from brain drain. Examples include chemist Osamu Shimomura and physicist Yoichiro Nambu, both of whom won Nobel Prizes in 2008 for research conducted in U.S. universities. Japan is not the ideal place to seek employment for some postdoctoral researchers. According to a study conducted by Masako Asano of Osaka Prefecture University, 41 percent of postdocs in particle physics leave Japan to get jobs because there aren't enough here to go around. But Japan's public universities rate quite well internationally, according to the evaluation committee on national universities, part of the education ministry.
 
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