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

# 10, October 2014

Machine Building and Engineering Science

On the Wave Stresses in the Rods of Anvil Hammers
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0730708
V.M. Sinitskiy, A.V. Ivanov
pp.1-14

Constructional Material Processing in Machine Building

Transportation, Mining and Construction Machine Building

Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling

Spatial Time Series Segmentation Method Based on Traveling Waves
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0728495
A.G.Trofimov, I.V. Kolodkin, V.L. Ushakov, B.M. Velichkovsky
pp. 114-136

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Method for Determining the Time Parameter
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0728843
K.P. Baslyk, N.N. Generalov, B.G. Kuleshov
pp. 192-208
Features of the Calculation Deployment Large Transformable Structures of Different Configurations
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0728802
V.N. Zimin, A.V. Krylov, V.E. Meshkovskii, A.N. Sdobnikov, F.R. Fayzullin, S.A. Churilin
pp. 179-191

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Polygraph Test Results Assessment by Regression Analysis Methods
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0728906
Leontiev K,A,, S.D. Panin, Yu.I. Kholodniy
pp. 230-243

Informatics, Computer Science and Management

Identification of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with the Specified Nonlinearity Types in Hodographs
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0727229
Y.N. Pavlov, V.M. Nedashkovskii, E.A. Tihomirova
pp. 308-327
Workspace of Parallel Mechanism of Dodekapod Type
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0712404
S.H. Dang
pp.347-358

Mechanics

Asymptotic Theory of Viscoelastic Multilayer Thin Composite Plates
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0730105
Yu.I. Dimitrienko, E.A. Gubareva, D.O. Yakovlev
pp. 359-382

Power Engineering

Education Sciences

Appendix

Foreign Education

What's Wrong with English Education in Japan?
# 10, October 2014
When you speak to foreign English educators in Japan, one thing becomes crystal clear: English education in Japan isn't working.It's just awful. While English classes are mandatory in Japanese schools, the percentage of students who emerge with actual English abilities are surprisingly low. Students in China, Korea and Japan are in an arms race to see who can produce students with the best English, and Japan seems to be trailing far behind in third place.With the Olympic Games coming up in 2020, the Japanese government has proposed changes to increase the level of English ability in their students. Changes like starting introductory English classes in 3rd grade elementary school and making the subject compulsory from the 5th grade. Are these changes really going to help? We've gathered opinions from both foreign teachers and Japanese citizens about issues with the system and what might improve it.
JAPAN: Science Olympiad Results Now Factor in College Admissions
# 10, October 2014
Students' performances at International Science Olympiads (ISO), a series of worldwide science competitions for students not yet in higher education, are now being considered as important information for university entrance decisions.A student in his second year of private high school who aims to participate in next summer's International Chemistry Olympiad is considering applying to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States."A senior student and Olympiad medalist who was enrolled at MIT told me outstanding performances in the Olympiad can be an advantage in the university's entrance exam," says the student, who lives in Tokyo. His motivation seems strong. "I want to focus on study with brilliant people gathered from around the world."
CHINA: Universities to Get More Autonomy
# 10, October 2014
China's top education authorities have approved new regulations for nine top universities, which seek to increase their autonomy, while observers have expressed concern about their effectiveness, reports Global Times.The nine universities include the country's top two universities, Peking University and Tsinghua University, the Ministry of Education announced on its website, adding that the newly established regulations will help the systematic reform of higher education and aid academic development.
Australia: Medical Degree Fees May Skyrocket
# 10, October 2014
Doctors have warned that the federal government's planned changes to university fees could send the cost of six-year undergraduate medical degrees skyrocketing to $250,000 (US$220 000) or more, writes Julieanne Strachan for The Sunday Canberra Times.Australian Medical Association vice-president Stephen Parnis said the proposed fee changes would have enormous impacts on the future health workforce because graduates would be driven towards specialising in high-paying areas like plastic surgery rather meeting the community's need for general practice doctors.
GREECE: Brain Drain Sets in As Thousands of Greeks Study Abroad
# 10, October 2014
More and more Greeks are moving to Germany to complete their university studies in the hope of improving their chances in the job market. Radical cuts continue to threaten the quality of teaching in Greece, writes Lisa Brüßlerfor DeutscheWelle.In Germany alone, between 2012 and 2013, the number of Greek students rose by 13%. In 2012, Germany's Federal Statistical Office counted almost 6,000 Greek students, of whom more than 1,100 had directly begun their studies in Germany.

History of Progress

In Memory of Sergey V. Novakovsky (1913 – 2004)
# 10, October 2014
DOI: 10.7463/1014.0736776
УДК: 929
V.P. Samokhin, K.V. Mescherinova
A brief overview of the main achievements of the doctor of sciences, professor and inventor Sergey V. Novakovsky, an outstanding Soviet and Russian engineers and scientists, under whose leadership has begun implementation of electronic television in the USSR. Sergey made an outstanding contribution to the reconstruction of the Moscow television center and the introduction of broadcast TV standard 625 lines. He was a pioneer in the creation of our country mobile television stations for outside broadcast, more than two decades was initiated and led the development of color television and studio cameras, video monitors, color TVs, including a projection for the big screen. Some interesting facts about the life and work of Sergey Vasilyevich, including details of working contacts with renowned experts on television and teaching. Achievements Sergey V. Novakovsky won many state and departmental awards.
 
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