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

# 03, March 2010

Science and Education
Model of representation of knowledge at creation of adaptive information system
# 03, March 2010
D.V. Eliseev
The article is devoted development of adaptive information system based on the knowledge base. The class of adaptive information systems has been defined and the structure of such system has been described in this work. The decision example of one problem from domain connected with human resources management has been considered for illustration of the offered logic model of the knowledge base.
Innovations - a basis of the state anti-recessionary policy.
# 03, March 2010
G.E. Ivanov
Abundantly clear that the XXI-st century is a century of high technologies. Therefore the role and value of each country in economic and the politician will be defined by that, how much she owns these technologies. Industrially developed countries and those who would like to enter into this elite vigorously are engaged in workings out of programs which allow them to be up to standard of dynamics of world technical progress
Features of problems of designing of surgical operations in maxillofacial surgery
# 03, March 2010
D.M. Zhuk, E.A. Davydenko
Here there is a review of publications dedicated to classification of surgeries in maxillofacial area. There were described different design tasks which surgeons complete during preparation for surgery, as well as CAS systems which surgeons use for diagnostics, designing of patient’s face and surgical tools and equipment.
Investigation of neural network▓s approximation error of decision maker▓s utility function in multicriteria optimization problem
# 03, March 2010
D.T. Mukhlisullina
We investigate neural network’s approximation error of decision maker’s utility function in multicriteria optimization problem. We provide some results of method effectiveness research for solving two- and three-criteria test problems.
Synthesis of a technological route as a decision-making problem
# 03, March 2010
A.N. Bojko
Synthesis of a rational route of processing of a detail can be one of the most mentioned problems of area of technological preparation of machine-building manufacture. It was repeatedly discussed in works of founders of automation of technological designing and in modern works of the given subjects
Goal configuration planning of a trank robot-manupulator
# 03, March 2010
DOI: 10.7463/0310.0138076
S.V. Volkomorov, A.P. Karpenko
This paper presents the problem of goal configuration planning of a trunk robot-manipulator. We discus target setting, methods and C-  program for this problem. Also we present some results of goal configuration planning
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Foreign Education

UK: Government to invest £30 million in Semantic Web
# 03, March 2010
The British government will invest £30 million (US$45 million) in a research centre to further develop Tim Berners-Lee's Semantic Web, writes Joab Jackson for IDG News Service. The Institute for Web Science will be run by Berners-Lee, who formulated the basic protocols for the web, along with University of Southampton artificial intelligence professor Nigel Shadbolt. "This institute will help place the UK at the cutting edge of research on the Semantic Web and other emerging web and internet technologies and ensure the government is taking the right funding decisions to position the UK as a world leader," said British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, in a statement.
INDIA: Plans to put degrees online, ease verification
# 03, March 2010
India's government has appointed a task force to create a national database of academic qualifications to ensure confidentiality, authenticity, online verification and easy retrieval of degrees, write Ravi Krishnan, Pallavi Singh and Sapna Agarwal for LiveMint.com and The Wall Street Journal. The team, which will submit its report on the e-certificate project by the end of this month, will appoint one of two depositories - the National Securities Depository Ltd or Central Depository Services (India) Ltd - to create and manage the database, the first time such a storehouse is being planned on a nationwide scale. 
JAPAN: More universities allowing students to delay graduation due to job shortage
# 03, March 2010
An increasing number of universities are allowing senior students with no job offers to stay another year under cheaper tuition as the preference for fresh graduates remains strong in the job market. As major Japanese companies tend to employ new graduates, many senior students with no job offers believe that it is better to repeat their final year and continue to look for job opportunities as college students.
Call for universities to be able to charge unlimited tuition fees
# 03, March 2010
Universities should be given the freedom to charge students whatever tuition fee they like, the body representing the country's 750 largest employers of graduates will say today. The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) says that lifting the cap - currently £3,240 a year - is needed if standards are to be maintained in the wake of £518m of cuts being made by the Government.
HP opens Singapore research hub
# 03, March 2010
Two years ago, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) embarked on an ambitious overhaul of its storied research labs, responsible for some of the most momentous computing innovation of the last 40 years, writes Aaron Ricadela for Business Week. Now, HP Labs Director Prith Banerjee is turning his attention to the company's half-dozen international labs, aiming to generate cutting-edge development from scientific outposts in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Signalling its emphasis on international research and development, HP opened its seventh lab in Singapore on 24 February, establishing a research hub in a key country in HP's fastest-growing region. The Singapore lab will collaborate with HP labs in Bristol, England and Palo Alto in California on research into cloud computing, as well as with HP's services and software groups.
ISRAEL: State, universities join forces to fight brain drain
# 03, March 2010
The Israeli state has come up with a plan to diminish the 'brain drain', writes Meirav Arlosoroff for Haartez. It has proposed establishing a new fund to provide the jobs needed to keep the country's best and brightest academics from moving overseas, or to bring them back home. The fund, to be managed by the Council for Higher Education, will invest in centres of research excellence that provide positions for repatriated scientists and engineers. The Higher Education Council presented the plan to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week, in coordination with the Finance Ministry and the National Economic Council. He is expected to approve the plan. The Stars Plan calls for the establishment of 30 research centres at a cost of NIS 45 million (US$12 million) each, bringing the total cost to NIS 1.3 billion.
 
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