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Kleschev A.S.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes
RPC 2010 - 1st Russia and Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications | Year: 2010

In this report various schemes for checking correctness of mathematical proofs are considered. A project of interactive theorem proving based on cloud computing is presented. The main features of this project are extendable language for representing mathematical propositions, extendable calculus of a higher order, two models for intuitive proofs, and also theorems and their proofs represented by mathematical dialect as an input for the system, and automatic transformation of the input into the operational model of intuitive proof.

Gribova V.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes
RPC 2010 - 1st Russia and Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications | Year: 2010

The article presents a general concept of a knowledge-based tool for the development of diagnostic computer simulators (DCS). Principal statements of this concept are formulated; a model of DCS and its main components are defined. A conceptual architecture of a tool for design, implementation, and modification of DCS is described.

Salyuk P.,RAS Ilichev Pacific Oceanological Institute | Bukin O.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes | Alexanin A.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes | Pavlov A.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes | And 4 more authors.
International Journal of Remote Sensing | Year: 2010

The shipboard measurements of optical and hydrological properties of seawater were used for development of regional bio-optical algorithms of waters of Peter the Great Bay. The shipboard measurements of chlorophyll-a and dissolved organic matter (DOM) concentrations were obtained by flow-through laser fluorometer (LF-3) (Institute for Automation and Control Processes, Vladivostok, Russia) and Sea-Bird Profiling CTD SBE-19plus (Conductivity, Temperature and Depth Sea-Bird Electronics, Sea-Bird Electronics, Inc., Washington, USA) equipped with WetStar fluorometers (WET Labs, Oregon, USA). The measurements were optically weighted according to light attenuation by depth. Ocean colourModerate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS)-Aqua data were used for our comparative analysis. Chlorophyll-a concentrations from ocean colour data were retrieved by OC3M, Garver-Siegel-Maritorena (GSM) and Carder algorithms. Relationships of the shipboard and satellite sensor data were analysed comparatively in our work. The Carder model gives the most general results of estimation of chlorophyll-a concentrations for all observedwater cases. OC3MandGSMalgorithms show good performance in case I water but they have large errors in the Amur Bay waters because of a large impact of the Razdolnaya river and Vladivostok city anthropogenic activity. Two regional chlorophyll-a algorithms were offered and they improve significantly the accuracy of chlorophyll-a concentration estimation. The first one is based on empirical regression between chlorophyll-a concentration and remotely sensed reflectance ratio. The second one uses satellite-derived values of sun-induced chlorophyll-a fluorescence when chlorophyll-a concentrations are higher than 3 mg m-3. The last one gives the best results for allwater cases and provides an approach for separation betweenDOM produced by phytoplankton and DOM not connected with phytoplankton activity. This allows a regional DOM algorithm to be made. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.

Nedoluzhko I.V.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes | Pozdnyak P.L.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes | Bury A.A.,Institute for Automation and Control Processes
RPC 2010 - 1st Russia and Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications | Year: 2010

An approach used to integrate a catalogue of satellite data of the Multiple Access Center for Regional Satellite Monitoring of Environment (SSE) FEB RAS into Service Support Environment of European Space Agency is considered. Software, techniques used and their implementation in the Center are discussed. The proposed approach allows to migrate to other interfaces, following SSE development, or to integrate the Center into other systems.

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