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Leskova I.V.,Russian State Social University | Ermakov D.N.,Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation | Matushevskaya E.G.,Harvard University | Nishnianidze O.O.,Kursk State University
Obesity and Metabolism | Year: 2016

Increased body mass index (BMI) in today's world has become one of the most common and extremely dangerous to humanity diseases. The expansion of fast food chains, high-calorie food, sedentary lifestyle, stress, accumulation of population in cities ' the main causes of overweight. In the twenty-first century, in scientific literature introduced a new term "globesity", reflecting the global nature of global problems. However, studies in recent years, several break this logic: "overweight ' obesity ' the risk of chronic diseases ' the risk of premature death." Often, those with elevated BMI have a greater life expectancy than patients with normal or decreased BMI. The latter causes the appearance of a new term "obesity paradox". Indeed, increased BMI significantly reduces the quality of life, increases the risk of social problems. Persons suffering from increased BMI, harder to find a job and to arrange his personal life. In the United States of America the presence of increased body mass index (BMI) results in a significant rise in the cost of health insurance. Reducing excess weight is completely dependent on patients who need along with medication to live a healthy lifestyle. An important direction of minimize obesity and its consequences seem to be a diet, refusal of personal transport, leisure, vacation travel. American society of specialists in the field of metabolic and bariatric surgery define obesity as a chronic, relapsing, multifactorial neurobehavioral disorder in which the increase of fat in the body contributes to the dysfunction of adipose tissue with the development of threat for physical and psychological health of the metabolic and psychosocial consequences.


Denisova L.,Omsk State Technical University | Meshcheryakov V.,Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation
IFAC-PapersOnLine | Year: 2016

The approaches for the synthesis of an automatic control system using the genetic algorithms are suggested. The paper presents the results of system parameters optimization in the range of settings ruling out instable operation and self-oscillations; these results have been obtained in MATLAB. In addition, we solve the problem of multi-criteria optimization by constructing the set of Pareto-optimal solutions as a result of control system simulation and the use of genetic algorithm. © 2016


Mikes J.,Palacky University | Stepanov S.E.,Finance University Under the Government of the Russian Federation
AAPP Atti della Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali | Year: 2013

There are several generalizations of the concept of semi-symmetric Riemannian manifolds. In the present paper, we consider some special types of generalized semi-symmetric Riemannian manifolds with positive or negative defined curvature operator or sectional curvature. As applications of our theory we prove some propositions about semi-symmetric, Ricci-semi-symmetric and birecurrent Riemannian manifolds. © 2013 by the Author(s).

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