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# 11, November 2012

Machine Building and Engineering Science

Treatment of deep channel by self-supporting technological units ("KROT"-type)
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0483374
N.K. Litvin, A.G. Tuktanov
Problems of design and construction of technological "KROT"-type units are considered in this article. These units allow one to eliminate some drawbacks of classical equipment used to treat deep channels. Their basic principle is basing a deep channel on the surface treated by this unit and moving it across the surface as across the guide ways of the machine. The advantage is that maintenance of any product with deep channels can be made under shop-floor conditions, in areas of installation and operation. The product, in this case, can be positioned horizontally, vertically or obliquely.
Classification and identification of inspection sheets used for monitoring NC turning operation.
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0483229
I.S. Kartavcev, N.I. Pas'ko
A classification of inspection sheets for NC machine tools is proposed. It considers several parameters of online monitoring and machine tool adjustment, such as the adjustment type, the possibility of monitoring tool wear by the NC controller, the availability of the dimensional correction in the adjustment cycle, and so forth. Besides, some models of the in-process monitoring of tool wear were considered with different approaches to the process. They represent the dynamics of the process being monitored in the best way. Usage of proposed classification allows one to display parameters affecting the process of numerical machine control onto inspection sheets explicitly. It leads to a simplification of an algorithm of determining its main parameters, which means it allows one to reduce expenses on running control and, in the end, decrease production cost 

Constructional Material Processing in Machine Building

Research of generation profile of cathode of arc evaporator with arched magnetic field
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0482485
D.V. Duhopel'nikov, D.V. Kirillov, V.A. Ryazanov
Generation profile of the cathode of the arc evaporator was researched in various operating modes: at the change of the discharge current and induction of the arched magnetic field. Width of the generation profile was compared with the width of cathode-spot motion. Dependences of the width of the cathode-spot motion on the discharge current and induction of the arched magnetic field were obtained.

Power Machine Building, Metallurgical Machine Building and Chemical Engineering

Balancing hydrodynamic forces by shaping valve’s surface
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0491497
M.I. Salman, D.N. Popov
A method of reducing power required for electromechanical converter by balancing hydrodynamic forces acting on the control valve was considered. To calculate these forces, the finite element method was used; it allows one to determine the shape of the valve’s surface, which provides minimal values of hydrodynamic forces. In addition, graphs were plotted in order to compare the values of hydrodynamic forces obtained with the finite element method for unshaped and shaped spools, for two types of spool-type valve (supply of liquid in the center and along the edges of the valve). Using the finite element method, the distribution of pressure over the surface of the valve having the diameter of 6 mm, in the gap and the cavity of the spool-type valve was performed. Results of computer shaping of the valve and investigation of the influence of manufacturing precision of the valve on balancing hydrodynamic forces are given in the article.
Methods of effectiveness increase for regenerative chamber of the second stage of Gifford - Mcmahon cryocooler.
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0469389
M.V. Kalyujnyi
Basic methods of influence on cooling capacity of the two-stage Gifford-MacMahon cryocooler are presented in the article. The main properties of materials of the regenerative chamber are considered. Examples of multilayer regenerators and selection principles for materials for each layer are also presented. The main advantages and disadvantages of structures such as GOS, GAP and alloys of rare metals in comparison with traditional materials of regenerators are analyzed. The possibility of using double-layer particles in the second stage regenerator is shown.
Working off the methodology of numerical simulation of three-dimensional viscous flow in axially radial impeller of centrifugal compressor using ANSYS CFX
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0465832
A.M. Karlov, A.F. Kuftov
The article presents a methodology for numerical simulation of viscous flow in a centrifugal compressor wheel of axially radial type using the ANSYS CFX. It shows the influence of various factors, such as the size of the cells and the method of constructing the grid, the choice of turbulence model, on calculation results. The graphical comparison of calculation results for different variable parameters is also presented. Optimal values of mesh size and turbulence model for further verification of the numerical experiment were established.

Transportation, Mining and Construction Machine Building

Features of wireframe modeling bodies and cabs of cars while investigating passive safety
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0486675
B.A. Shaban, V.N. Zuzov
The authors developed finite-element models of different levels for thin wireframe elements of bodies and cabs of cars with consideration of their structural peculiarities; their impact behavior was investigated according to existent standards of passive safety; the obtained results of calculations were evaluated with account for errors and effort put into development and solving this problem by using software systems that implement the FEM (ANSYS and LS-DYNA); basing on those evaluations, rational finite element models were proposed.
Investigation of the possibility of gear change during movement of a car with use of indexes which characterize actual and kinematic interval of revolutions of transmission’s drive parts
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0486309
A.P. Nedyalkov, A.N. Blokhin, E.G. Denisenko
The paper presents differential equations of vehicle’s motion at the moment of gear shifting during ascent or descent of a vehicle. The influence of time of gear shifting on the value of vehicle's speed variation and generalized parameter – the actual interval of revolution of transmission’s drive portion in cases of gear shifting to the speed-increasing or speed-reducing gear. Analytical dependences between the size of the actual interval of revolution, parameters of the gear box, car and external resistance factors were obtained. Conclusions regarding the influence of the actual interval of revolution on the output parameters of transmission and vehicle were drawn.
Technical analysis of formation of highly mobile super-light wheeled vehicles for mountain environments
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0465856
M.R. Kalimulin
In the paper, the author presents a step-by-step analysis of formation of technical shape of super-light high-mobility wheeled vehicles (OLVKTS) for mountain conditions. The basic features and problems arising at each stage were revealed. The author carried out an analysis of the features of operating conditions in the mountains, on the basis of which requirements for equipment and implementation of various structural OLVKTS systems were set. A range of key parameters that determine technical configuration OLVKTS was proposed.

Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling

Automorphisms of global semigroups of cyclic groups of prime order.
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0495704
D.A. Stepanov
The global semigroup of some group is the set of all nonempty subsets of the given group with a natural operation induced by the operation of the group. In the paper we describe automorphisms of the global semigroup of a cyclic group of prime order. We show that for each prime with the exception of 3 and 5 all the automorphisms of the global semigroup are induced by the automorphisms of the given group.
Criteria for piecewise affine crumples and contractions.
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0493524
N.S. Gusev
There are considered piecewise affine maps which are simplicial relative to a complete simplicial complex. Of such maps two kinds are studied: contractions (such that the complete preimage of a point is connected) and crumples (such that the image of a nonsingle-point straight-line segment is nonsingle-point broken line). Discrete criteria (with regard to properties of these maps at simplices of corresponding complexes) for such maps are proved.
Parametrical identification of a model of cooperating cellular populations on the basis of Bayesian approach
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0490900
M.S. Vinogradova
Algorithm, which allows one to obtain point estimations of a model’s parameters by using a limited sample of experimental data on the state vector’s values, was developed for a mathematical model that describes the dynamics of selective reproduction of clone-forming population of abnormal cells in the culture of human stem cells under standard laboratory conditions of cultivation without dietary restrictions. Bayesian approach was briefly described along with Jeffreys’ invariance theory. Probability density functions of specified mathematical model’s parameters were obtained with the use of these theories.
On isotropic solutions to Maxwell’s equations
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0489647
V.N. Trishin
Null solutions of the source-free Maxwell equations in the Minkowski space-time are considered. It is well known that a principal null direction of the null electromagnetic field defines a shear-free geodesic null congruence. Conversely, null Maxwell fields can be obtained from the (analytic) shear-free congruence via the Robinson theorem. We present the explicit formula for the electromagnetic field derived from the Robinson and Kerr theorems. The solution depends on two analytic functions of two and three complex variables.

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Method of calculating aerodynamic characteristics of bodies with arbitrarily curved axis

# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0492155
I.K. Romanova, V.S. Soloviev
The study of aerodynamics of bodies that received permanent deformation in the process of movement is a very important task. The authors developed an efficient matrix method for describing the geometry of bodies with an arbitrarily curved axis; this method was used as the basis for creating a general method for calculating aerodynamic characteristics of such bodies; this general technique is based on the physical "Newtonian inhibition" hypothesis. This approach allows to calculate not only aerodynamic but inertial characteristics of curved bodies; also it can serve as a basis for formation of a combined method of deformed bodies with head and tail surfaces.
Thermo-electrical motor for small and xsmall space vehicles
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0492149
A.M. Pavlov, A.S. Popov
Nowadays small and minute space vehicles become more and more useful. It is possible to conduct a complex experiment, using such kind of satellites, at the same time launch of these satellites wouldn’t be too expensive. But deficiency of suitable motors makes usage of small satellites less effective. For solving this problem design of a compact thermo-electrical thruster for small space vehicles was developed and some results of laboratory experiments proving theoretical conclusions were published.
Experimental and mathematical simulation of fairing aircraft with braking devices
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0489665
V.T. Kalugin, P.A. Chernuha, Ch.H. Chin
The purpose of this work is to determine the influence of design parameters, such as a form of the fairing, lengthening of the body, type of brakes, on aerodynamic characteristics and flow structure of an aircraft. This paper presents the results of physical experiments on the flow around aircraft with different configurations of the bow and braking. Numerical calculations of the studied bodies and comparative analysis of the results were conducted. Problem formulation and method of calculation were described. The Reynolds equations were closed using the k-omega SST turbulence model. The solution method is based on the finite method algorithm. The influence of gas flow between the plates on the value of the base drag was revealed.
Experimental demonstration of azimuthal ion deviation effect in engines with anode layer
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0483882
M.K. Marahtanov, D.V. Duhopel'nikov, S.G. Ivakhnenko, E.V. Vorob'ev
This article considers experimental demonstration of the effect of azimuthal ion deflection in the magnetic field. Deflection of a beam in the magnetic field of opposite polarity was shown. Theoretical dependences for values of an angle of azimuthal deviation obtained in the previous works were confirmed.

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Description of complex images of ground objects in the problem of pattern recognition
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0500490
S.P. Gulevitch, Yu.G. Veselov, S.P. Pryadkin
The article describes principles of selecting informative features for classification of optical images of complex surface facilities. The authors justify the selection of classes of objects using ellipsoidal estimation. They developed criteria for qualitative selection of the classifier attribute vector answering questions of resistance of classes to noise impact, of compact description of classes using ellipsoids of dispersion, of an essential dimension of the feature vector. The authors propose a science-based approach to selection of informative features of the signal classifier based on the concept of entropy of information theory and ellipsoidal estimation.
Range finder and Doppler method for measuring flight parameters and aircraft position at glide path
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0499873
A.A. Antipova, N.F. Chezganov, B.I Shahtarin
The authors consider possibilities of aircraft landing on unprepared airfields and sites using radar (SAR) with synthetic aperture and beacons. They study two methods which estimate the aircraft coordinates and parameters. The proposed algorithms provide landing meteorological conditions of categories I-II of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Investigating the possibility of improving precision of part processing by using control algorithm
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0483097
A.D. Limorenko, Yu.A. Shachnev
This article examines research (using models) of the control algorithms efficiency in statistical control methods. Ratio of variances before the regulation process and after was chosen as an optimality criterion. At the same time, relative effectiveness of algorithms with different structure was considered.
Thermal compensation of the measuring channel of the pressure sensor on the basis of semi-conductor integrated transducers
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0482504
A.B. Borzov, K.P. Likhoedenko, V. Yu. Cygankov, A.I. Vlasov, Yu.N. Tinyakov, K.A. Andreev, T.A. Civinskaya
 Approaches to the problem of temperature compensation of measuring errors of the channel in pressure sensor for spacecraft operating under severe conditions were considered. It was shown that, for correction and, consequently, for temperature compensation of the pressure sensor output two different methods could be used. The first one is ancillary temperature measurements, the second one is ancillary measurements of reference signals. Technical solutions for creating  thermally isolated cells and electronic circuit for temperature compensation of sensors error were developed and tested. Methods of temperature compensation of zero drift and sensitivity of piezoresistive semiconductor pressure sensors were defined. Values of the temperature error were obtained; they allowed us to put manufactured measurement channel according to GOST 22250-93 into class 0.25 accuracy. 
Experimental studies of laser fluorescence method for remote sensing of plants in stressful situations due to mechanical injuries
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0480063
Yu.V. Fedotov, O.A. Bullo, O.A. Matrosova, M.L. Belov, V.A. Gorodnichev
Experimental setup for studying the condition of plants by laser fluorescence method is described in this article. Fluorescence spectra of lawn grass in normal and stressful situations is also presented. It is shown that influence of stress factor on plants could lead to increase in fluorescent signal.
Study of the influence of angular aberrations of the optical-electronic coordinator lens on the quality of measuring the mutual angular misalignment of the laser beams
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0479575
N.V. Baryshnikov, I.V. Jivotovskii, T.S. Piskunov
This article considers a self-alignment system (SAS) designed to measure the mutual angular position of laser beams while designing, operating and adjusting high-precision laser optical-electronic systems (OES). A method of measuring angular misalignment of optical axes of receiving and transmitting system channels with the use of various algorithms of digital signal processing is proposed. Measurement error is analyzed; technique for reducing this error by means of optimization of lens optical system, which is used to perform those measurements, is proposed

Informatics, Computer Science and Management

Formalized curriculum model for optimization of individual learning paths
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0506173
E.Yu. Jaja, A.B. Nikolaev, D.V. Stroganov, E.Yu. Treschetkina, L.V. Prihod'ko
The authors solve the problem of constructing a formal model of curriculum and structuring requirements for the minimum specialist training. They propose keeping a terminological glossary that provides the basis for determining performance criteria of developed curricula. Algorithms for calculating the function of forgetting terms are given in the article. The authors consider evaluation of connectivity of disciplines and optimization of the sequence of modules in order to maximize the values ​​of learning functions in all terms. Operations on disciplines, modules and terms for implementation of search operations and editing base operations are listed.
Evaluation of efficiency of adaptive test control procedures
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0506146
D.V. Stroganov, V.Yu. Svobodin, G.G. Yagudaev, N.V. Sycheva
The authors consider formal description of procedures for computer control of knowledge. For the adaptive algorithm of presentation of tests a model of evaluation of its effectiveness in minimizing the probability of misclassification was created. To solve this problem the authors propose to use the Markov chains whose states correspond to the levels of complexity, and transition probabilities are calculated basing on Birnbaum's logistic model. The ratio for stationary probabilities which show a significant advantage of adaptive algorithms for test control were obtained.
Personal identification by voice based on the Kohonen self-organizing map
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0500433
A.P. Karpenko, A.N. Morozov
The work deals with the problem of identification by voice. The focus is on building an adaptive classifier of specific voice features based on the Kohonen self-organizing map. The authors present the algorithms used for audio processing and classification, as well as the software system VOICE which implements these algorithms. The results of the studies confirming the effectiveness of the algorithmic and software solutions are given in this paper.
Stabilization of single-link manipulator with incomplete state measurement: feedback by the angular coordinate of the motor shaft
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0500549
A.E. Golubev
In this paper the author considers solving the problem of stabilization of a set angular position of a single-link manipulator when the measurement can only be done by the angular coordinate of the motor shaft. It was sown that synthesis of stabilizing control laws, as well as in the case when measurements can only be done by the angular coordinate of the link manipulator, can be carried out by the principle of separation and bypass integrator in the observer. According to the results of numerical simulation one can draw a conclusion about approximately the same (with the considered initial data and use of the same observer) quality of transient processes of the system with the control found by the bypass integrator in the observer and the control based on the principle of separation and linearization technique using feedback according to the state. The possibility of applying the bypass method to the problem of stabilization can solve this problem also in the case of system disturbances and uncertainties. Possible range of application of the results obtained in the work is solving solve problems of control of technical systems with incomplete information about the state of the measured system.
Fuzzy process-oriented approach to nondeterministic design of intelligent multimodal interfaces
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0495687
A.N. Alfimcev
Intelligent multimodal interface is user interface that can provide users with the opportunity to interact adequately to their modalities, recognize different situations to achieve users’ goals, create a model of user’s behavior and the environment in which it operates, modify behavior in accordance with the current state of the user and the environment. Design of intelligent multimodal interfaces is associated with overcoming a number of challenges and uncertainties by the developer. Therefore, they actively develop and study formal design methodology of intelligent multimodal interfaces which include a hierarchical set of interrelated formal models and operations on them, which can solve all tasks and related design automation. In this paper, the process-oriented approach to the formal non-deterministic design of intelligent multimodal interfaces using the concept of fuzzy running processes is presented. The method of selecting version of the draft of interface is considered. The language for visual representation of processes for the development of intelligent multimodal interfaces is described.
Modeling of high-speed processes in damping systems with phase transitions
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0493560
Yu.I. Dimitrienko, M.Yu. Ivanov
The authors consider problems of modeling processes in new types of damping devices, in which the working fluid is a two-phase system: a porous body -  a fluid which does  not wet it. On the basis of the theory of heterogeneous porous systems with phase changes they propose a mathematical model of non-stationary processes in a heterogeneous working fluid damper. Specific tasks for calculating micro-and macro parameters of the damping system are formulated. Numerical methods for solving these problems are developed.
Web-oriented intelligent training systems based on the fuzzy pragmatist approach in teaching
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0489620
V.E. Klyukin
The author considers a web-oriented computer training system with a fuzzy adaptive model of a student. This system is based on a modified pragmatist approach in teaching, which was called the fuzzy pragmatist approach by the author; in this approach the model of a student and learning process are based on fuzzy knowledge and methods of artificial intelligence. The author proposed two-layer multi-threaded control for a training system, it consists of the following layers: a layer of top-level (main stream), which is responsible for managing training activities and navigating the course, and internal level (secondary flow, here information is processed in the background) which is responsible for adaptation of the model of a student. A unified development process of computer-based training systems with the stage of a didactic design was introduced. The problem of callbacks from the server to the client was tackled in order to deal with non algorithmic problems occurring during the dialogue with PC by means of methods of artificial intelligence in client/server systems with remote server, including learning tasks.


Reduced boundary conditions for an elastic half-plane coated with a thin viscoelastic layer
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0496367
N.S. Anofrikova, D.A. Prikazchikov
The paper describes reduced boundary conditions for an elastic half-plane covered with a thin viscoelastic coating in case of normal force applied to the surface. A long-wave approximation was constructed with the use of the method of asymptotic integration for motion equations and constitutive relations of the viscoelastic coating.
Modeling of surfaces of composite strength on the basis of the microstructural finite element analysis
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0496336
Yu.I. Dimitrienko, A.P. Sokolov, Yu.V. Shpakova, Yu.V. Yurin
In this work a method of microstructural finite element analysis for calculation of strength surface of composite materials with periodic fabric structure of reinforcement on the basis of a developed software was proposed. This method is a method of asymptotic averaging adapted for multi-scale periodic structures developed by Prof. Y. Dimitrienko at the "Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics" department. The method is based on solving a special class of elasticity problems on 1/8th of the periodicity cell of the composite in order to determine effective elastic properties of the material. The results of calculation of ultimate strength for disperse reinforced and textile composites are presented.


Interaction of mutually perpendicular magnetic fields in the type II superconductor
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0479190
V.K. Ignat'ev, A.L. Yakimec
The problem of interaction of crossed magnetic fields in the superconductors is considered. The expression which connects values of longitudinal and cross components of a magnetic field was obtained. The possibility of using this effect for measuring a magnetic field is shown; assessment of sensitivity of such a magnetometer was carried out.

Power Engineering

Prospective solar power tower with gas turbine energy convertor
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0483782
A.E. Ivanov, E.A Manushin
This paper presents research results of schematics, design parameters of prototype combined solar power tower with a gas turbine energy convertor of the power level of 4 MW. Computations of the main components of the power plant (solar receivers, solar tracking system, field of heliostats etc.) which determine its appearance and output parameters were conducted. On this basis design drawings were made. The environmental effect of application of such plants is shown. Estimation of the prospects of using solar tower power plants in Russia is presented.

Metallurgical Engineering

Nanoclusters in solid solutions of iron-chromium and their influence on hardness of the nitrided layer of steel 38H2MYUA
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0496806
S.A. Gerasimov, A.A. Novakova, V.S. Kraposhin, P.V. Bocharov
The authors established the influence of preliminary heat treatment (annealing at 950°C, 0.5 hrs, cooled with furnace + tempering at the interval of 500-700°C) on hardness of the nitrided layer of steel 38H2MYUA (nitriding at 500°C, 30 h). Similar results were obtained in a model of carbon-free alloy Fe-4% Cr. By the method of nuclear gamma resonance spectroscopy (the Mossbauer effect) on the model alloy it was established that Fe-Cr clusters are formed during the cooling process starting from 950°C and the subsequent tempering. Clustering affects the size and number of particles of chromium nitride formed during subsequent nitriding at 500°C. Depending on the heat treatment before nitriding, Fe-Cr clusters are characterized by different filling of chromium atoms of the first and second coordination spheres of iron. According to the Mössbauer spectra after annealing at 950°C and tempering at 550°C, during the following 10 hrs before nitriding in the structure of the solid solution clusters are formed, and they correspond to the crystalline structure of  the σ-phase Fe-Cr system: Frank-Kasper polyhedra with 14 vertices.
Calculation of thermal pre-treatment before nitriding on the size of the nuclei of iron nitride.
# 11, November 2012
DOI: 10.7463/1112.0496755
T.V. Kurihina, S.A. Gerasimov, V.N. Simonov
 The authors calculated the effect of temperature and time parameters of thermal pre-treatment of structural steels at the initial stages of formation of a fine structure before nitriding. With the program "Termodin" developed at the department "Materials science" in Bauman MSTU the authors calculated the critical radius of the nuclei of iron nitride, diffusion parameters, kinetic parameters of nucleation and growth phase Fe4N, time of formation of a given volume fraction of γ/ phase during isothermal holding in the high holiday for binary alloys Fe-5, 6% N by mass. Kinetic curves of decomposition of the supersaturated solid solution with formation of a given volume fraction of γ/ phase were built. The authors also calculated prediction modes of thermal pre-treatment on the size of hardening phases.

Economic Sciences

77-48211/500292 Use of methods aimed at developing students' creativity and intelligence
# 11, November 2012
T.V. Gais, E.A Manushin
This paper tells about development of creativity and intellectual abilities of students studying engineering and economics. The authors consider the development process taking place in the system the components of which are knowledge, educational environment and educational process. With the use of the main provisions of the previously developed theoretical model and methodology of developing students’ creative abilities through studying a foreign language an experimental study involving ascertaining and forming experiments was carried out. The experimental results confirmed the possibility of using the model for successful development of an individual’s creative abilities during studies of a foreign language, as well as the validity of the proposed accounting organizational and pedagogical conditions in the system, contributing to development of creative abilities, which, in turn, ensure successful establishment student’s professional readiness.
77-48211/466289 Introduction of managerial innovations into organizations of telecommunication economy sector
# 11, November 2012
A.I. Lebedev
The paper presents an analysis of organizational structures of introducing managerial innovations at enterprises of the telecommunications sector of the economy. The analysis revealed advantages and disadvantages of each of the organizational forms. They present statistics of expenditures of domestic companies on introduction of managerial innovations in the overall structure of costs associated with innovation. Conclusions on the need to develop a model of managerial innovations in the telecommunication economy sector based on domestic experience were made. It was determined that in modern enterprises of the telecommunication sector there is no methodology of implementation of administrative innovations.

Foreign Education

GREECE: Universities to be Upgraded but Numbers Reduced
# 11, November 2012
Education Minister Costas Arvanitopoulos has underlined that “upgrading public universities is a top priority”, while at the same time saying that Greece has too many universities – 40 for a country of 11 million people – and needs to consolidate or merge institutions to reduce costs, writes A Papapostolou for ANA-MPA.Arvanitopoulos said the upgrading of state universities will be promoted through a recently amended law that will improve the institutions’ administration, although it is being fiercely fought by professors and students who don’t want the changes.
USA: University of Phoenix to Shutter 115 Locations
# 11, November 2012
The University of Phoenix, the nation’s largest for-profit university, is closing 115 of its brick-and-mortar locations, including 25 main campuses and 90 smaller satellite learning centers. The closings will affect some 13,000 students, about 4 percent of its student body of 328,000.It is also laying off about 800 employees out of a staff of 17,000, according to Mark Brenner, senior vice president for communications at the Apollo Group, which owns the university.
UK: Universities Drop Traditional Interviews which Could Favour Private School Pupils
# 11, November 2012
Universities are scrapping traditional interviews over concerns that they favour applicants from middle class families and independent schools.The move follows claims that the usual format, where candidates are questioned by a panel of academics, could give an advantage to confident and articulate pupils who have been coached in how to respond.Instead, interviews are being replaced by a “speed dating” style process where each candidate undergoes a series of brief one-on-one “mini-interviews”, solving problems and taking part in roleplays rather than answering general questions about themselves.The new assessments are seen as fairer because they reward innate skills, such as empathy, rather than eloquence.It comes as universities face increasing pressure from the Government to broaden their intake and admit more students from poorer families and state schools.Sixth formers applying this month to study medicine, dentistry or veterinary science at at least five institutions around the UK will undergo the new speed dating style assessments.
CHINA: New Shanghai College a Lesson in Joint Action
# 11, November 2012
Shanghai New York University, the first institution of higher education jointly established by China and the United States, was officially founded on Monday.The venture will be a melting pot for cultivating innovative talent and will help China tackle its brain drain, experts said."China's education reforms aim to better cultivate student ability to innovate and think independently, to provide comprehensive development and maximize their potential," said Yu Lizhong, president of NYU Shanghai. "That is what this college will do."
UK: Can Universities Afford to Stay Single Any Longer?
# 11, November 2012
Work is under way just outside to build the Francis Crick Institute: a research behemoth that looks set to project three London universities into the global superleague for biomedicine. The site will not be ready until 2015, but already the building is casting a big shadow over the rest of the country.The Crick, as it is known in academia, is intended to develop better treatments for diseases by bringing together scientists from different disciplines to study everything from stem cells to influenza. It is also a thundering testament to the power of partnership.
AUSTRALIA: The University of Canberra Reinvents Itself With Partnership
# 11, November 2012
The University of Canberra is going national, partnering with the fifth biggest TAFE in Australia - Holmesglen Institute of TAFE in Victoria - to become the University of Canberra Melbourne next year.Vice-chancellor Stephen Parker will today announce the partnership, which will also take the UC brand to Queensland through an agreement with Brisbane's Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE.

History of Progress

77-48211/496425 Rey Milton Dolby (his 80th anniversary)
# 11, November 2012
V.P. Samokhin
A brief review of ma in works and achievements ofRay Dolby is presented. He is a USA inventor, author of more than 50 patents, developer the systems Noise Reduction, Surround Sound. for radio broadcasting , professional and home cinema theater, have been widely used all over the world. Some biographical information of Ray Dolby is given , as well as some interesting facts about his life and work.
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