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European Researcher. Series A – международный научный журнал по социальным наукам

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Number 1. (in 2 part) June 16, 2014

Physics and mathematics

1. Irina A. Cheplyukova
Limit Distributions of the Number of Loops and the Number of Multiple Edges of One Vertex of a Configuration Graph

This article examines a chance graph that contains vertices, in which independent similarly distributed chance quantities , which are equal to the degrees of the graph’s vertices, have a binomial distribution with parameters , where the parameter is chosen in such a way that The author obtains the limit distributions of the number of loops and the number of multiple edges of one vertex of a chance graph.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403783924.pdf
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2. Elena V. Khvorostyanskaya, Yury L. Pavlov
Limit Distributions of the Maximum Filling of Cells in One Allocation Scheme

This article examines a model for allocating particles to N different cells, wherein the chance quantities ξ1, …, ξN , which are equal to the number of particles in cells, are independent and have a Poisson distribution. The author obtains the limit distributions of the maximum filling of cells for the subset of realizations of such a scheme which satisfy the condition ξ1+…+ξN ≤ n, at N→∞.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403783992.pdf
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3. Normakhmad Ravshanov, Mukhamtdamin M. Shertaev, Surayo K. Ikramova
A Mathematical Model and New Criteria for the Process of Separating Friable Mixtures

The technological process of separating and dividing friable mixtures using separating units is one of the most important stages in the production of products and raw materials in various branches of the national economy. To establish the major parameters of the process and ranges of their change, the author of the article has developed a special model and provides its analytical solution for deriving new criteria for separating friable mixtures. The author has obtained dependencies for calculating the particle separation and withdrawal coefficient, which are linked with the parameters of the unit’s work and physical-mechanical properties of friable mixtures.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784089.pdf
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Chemical Sciences

4. Bolysbek Utelbaev, Esen Suleimenov, Akmaral Utelbaeva
The Connection between Macroscopic and Microscopic Properties in Chemical Transformations

This article examines the chemical interaction of substances and their polymorphic transformations inclusive of their microscopic and macroscopic properties. This process involves the rearrangement of the elementary particles and electronic structures of “chemical individuums” at microscopic level and the release (absorption) of heat and formation of massive aggregates at macroscopic level, which form this work’s subject of discussion.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784178.pdf
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Biological Sciences

5. Manara A. Mukasheva, Kirill O. Osipov, Sabina D. Makisheva
An Investigation into the Mutagenic Effect of Urban Dust under Its Chronic Action on Laboratory Animals

This article examines the action of soil dust in the city of Balkhash in an experiment on laboratory animals. In the city of Balkhash, 35 % of its territory is characterized by a dangerous, to various extents, level of soil pollution. The rest of the city’s territory has demonstrated increased (supra-background) concentrations of toxic elements. The findings obtained in the course of the study attest to the adverse effect of the chemical composition of soil dust in ecogenetic disturbances of the chromosome apparatus of the marrow cells of mice. The general experiment involved 210 animals.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784270.pdf
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Engineering Sciences

6. Rustam K. Bazarov, Dilshot D. Akhmedov, Raida K. Djaparova, Dmitriy K. Bazarov
A Distributed Computational Infrastructure for Science and Education

Researchers have lately been paying increasingly more attention to parallel and distributed algorithms for solving high-dimensionality problems. In this regard, the issue of acquiring or renting computational resources becomes a topical one for employees of scientific and educational institutions. This article examines technology and methods for organizing a distributed computational infrastructure. The author addresses the experience of creating a high-performance system powered by existing clusterization and grid computing technology. The approach examined in the article helps minimize financial costs, aggregate territorially distributed computational resources and ensures a more rational use of available computer equipment, eliminating its downtimes.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784377.pdf
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7. Victor Ya. Tsvetkov
The Semantic Environment of Information Units

This article brings to light the concept of the semantic environment of information units. It is demonstrated that the existence of a semantic environment makes information units notional or semantic. A semantic environment or a domain of discourse. The article shows the link between the domain of truth and the information environment. The author demonstrates the possibility of forming complex information constructions with the use of an information environment.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784429.pdf
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Economic Sciences

8. M. N. Dudin, N. V. Liasnikov, A.S. Senin
The Triple Helix Model as an Effective Instrument for the Innovation Development of Industrial Enterprises within the National Economy

In the context of the transformation of the economies of developed countries towards a new type – knowledge economics – there has emerged the need for the creation and development of effective mechanisms for producing and commercializing knowledge based on the coordination of state, corporate, and academic interests. The subject of the article is topical, since innovation infrastructure is a fundamental factor in innovation development, and its development is a priority focus area in the state’s economic policy. In an era of transformations in the practice of production and knowledge transfer, it is important to analyze the links between theoretical knowledge and industrial information. The article provides a rationale for the fact that the model for the innovation development of industry (the Triple Helix Model), thanks to the multitude of entities engaged in innovation activity and the building of an extensive horizontally structured network, into which the elements of the “triple helix” are integrated, is capable of ensuring a synergistic effect and, consequently, is an effective instrument for boosting the innovation development of industry.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784521.pdf
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9. Nana Rinkiashvili
Particular Issues Related to the Development of the Country’s Economy and Globalization

This article examines issues related to the development of Georgia’s economy in the setting of globalization.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784576.pdf
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10. Rafik A. Simonyan
On Developing Trends in the Global Economy

This article addresses issues related to changes in the global model of production, which are associated with a change in the global economic paradigm, and attempts to characterize the primary causes behind crisis phenomena in the global economy.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784626.pdf
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Pedagogical Sciences

11. Guo Lijun
An Investigation into the Current State and Direction of the Development of the Russian Language as a Specialty in China’s Comprehensive Universities

Chinese comprehensive universities will face the stern tenet of the development of Russian as a specialty. Connecting this specialty with the advantage of the development of university disciplines and taking one’s own path of building the Russian language specialty using one’s own know-hows and accomplishments is an important issue instructors of Russians are going to have to tackle. This article analyzes the major tenet of the development of the Russian language specialty in comprehensive universities. The article provides the author’s speculations and proposes a countermeasure in respect of the development of the Russian language specialty in comprehensive universities, which, the author hopes, will help the cause of the development of the Russian language specialty in comprehensive universities.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784696.pdf
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12. Hanna D. Zolotova
The Subject Component of the System of Prevention of Children’s Addictive Behavior

The subjects of the system of prevention of children’s addictive behavior include leading, accompanying, and mediated subjects. The macrolevel subjects are gromadas (units of local government) and their leadership, institutions of higher learning that prepare social pedagogues, institutes of post-diploma education, the Center of Social Services for Families, Children, and Youth, and social service non-governmental organizations. The mesolevel subjects are institutions of learning and out-of-school and specialized institutions. The microlevel subjects are social pedagogues, form masters, curators, instructors, social workers, and children volunteers. The leading subject of social-pedagogical influence is the social pedagogue, who must act as a conscientious carrier of the idea of renouncing addictions.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784802.pdf
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13. Tatiana N. Orekhova, Jiang Liang
A Quantitative Analysis of Visual Light Gaps in City Panoramas

The city panorama is a visual projection of the city – therefore, it is important that specialists treat it with special attention. The aim of this article is to identify factors that can enhance the city’s horizon line. The authors assess the impact of visual light gaps on the observer’s perception of the city panorama. This factor is examined from two sides – the number of light gaps and their width. The article’s inferences are based on statistical calculations of the results of a survey. The study revealed that both examined subfactors deserve special attention, but an increase in the width of the light gaps of the city’s horizon is perceived by people more tangibly and more negatively than their number.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784879.pdf
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14. Elena V. Bondareva, Yury I. Dreizis, Izmail G. Kantardgi
Modeling the Movement of Beach Alluvia in the Alongshore Direction

The authors have worked out a design model for the dynamics of a mixed-composition beach in the vicinity of transverse structures. The model uses a modified formula for calculating alluvia, which is based on modified energy dependencies. The authors provide an algorithm for performing these calculations.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403784956.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1403785048.pdf
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