Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

The International University of Kyrgyzstan is a university in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. The university was established by decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Askar Akayev,№ UP-74, on March 11, 1993, and by the enactment of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, № 113, on March 16, 1993. The founders of the International University of Kyrgyzstan are the Government of Kyrgyzstan, the Ministry of Education and science of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, the National Academy of science of the Kyrgyz Republic and San Francisco State University .The International University of Kyrgyzstan is a state university with the status of International Higher Education and has a direct relationship to the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. By the decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic on December 30, 1998, and the enactment of the Kyrgyz Republic Government, the International University was given the status of autonomous self-management. Wikipedia.


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Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan | Baryshnikov K.A.,OJSC Finance Credit Bank
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2011

We propose a way to derive new tasks by reversing the goals of existing tasks as follows. Some operation is possible now and we can perform it in some number of steps. We would like to make this operation impossible (or to increase the number of steps to complete it). What is the minimum number of steps we should do to achieve our goal? Some tasks of the proposed types and ways to create such tasks in various branches of informatics are presented in the paper. © 2011 Vilnius University.


Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2010

Most of tasks in informatics are set with a background story about real processes even though the circumstances seem to be strained a little. At the same time natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biology, genetics, astronomy, geology, etc⋯) contain many interesting laws and facts, some of which can serve as a natural base for tasks in informatics. A survey of some of the laws, facts and techniques (especially ones of discretization), chosen to illustrate a composition of genuine tasks, are proposed in the paper. © 2010 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics.


Bindi D.,German Research Center for Geosciences | Bindi D.,Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology | Mayfield M.,German Research Center for Geosciences | Parolai S.,German Research Center for Geosciences | And 5 more authors.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering | Year: 2011

A risk scenario for Bishkek, capital of the Kyrgyz Republic, is evaluated by considering a magnitude 7.5 earthquake occurring over the Issyk-Ata fault. The intensity values predicted through the application of an attenuation relationship and a recently compiled vulnerability composition model are used as inputs for seismic risk assessment, carried out using the Cedim Risk Estimation Tool (CREST) code. Although the results of this study show a reduction by as much as a factor of two with respect to the results of earlier studies, the risk scenario evaluated in this paper confirms the large number of expected injuries and fatalities in Bishkek, as well as the severe level of building damage. Furthermore, the intensity map has also been evaluated by performing stochastic simulations. The spectral levels of the ground shaking are converted into intensity values by applying a previously derived conversion technique. The local site effects are empirically estimated considering the spectral ratios between the earthquakes recorded by a temporary network deployed in Bishkek and the recordings at two reference sites. Although the intensities computed via stochastic simulations are lower than those estimated with the attenuation relationship, the simulations showed that site effects, which can contribute to intensity increments as large as 2 units in the north part of the town, are playing an important role in altering the risk estimates for different parts of the town. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.


Samanchina Z.,Bishkek Humanitarian University | Elebaeva A.,International University of Kyrgyzstan
Central Asia and the Caucasus | Year: 2015

As globalization of the world economy increases, the scope of intellectual migration continues to spread. One of its forms is student or educational migra-tion—a phenomenon that largely dates to the end of the 20th century and has not been sufficiently studied so far. As for Kyrgyzstan, this is essentially the first time intellectual and student migration has been studied. Any migration, including intellectual, undermines a country’s national potential. It should also be kept in mind that the host countries use migrants to achieve specific ideological and political goals. © 2015, CA and CC Press AB. All rights reserved.


Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan | Baryshnikov K.A.,LLC Finance Soft
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2014

Almost all tasks at informatics olympiads demand developing an algorithm. In this paper, we draw attention to tasks where some algorithm already exists. We propose classification of types of such tasks and give corresponding examples; survey both known and falling under our classification, and new (as we hope) types of tasks; consider the crucial case of a task with a known but too slow algorithm (formally presenting various known types of tasks). We hope that some classes of such tasks would enlarge scope of tasks for use in olympiads. © 2014 Vilnius University, IOI.


Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan | Baryshnikov K.A.,OJSC Finance Credit Bank
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2012

We consider the following types of tasks: (*) Is there an element meeting some conditions in an infinite set? (**) If such element a priori exists, find any element or the first of such elements. By the condition, the number of operations (steps) to solve the task is unbounded, and the first aim is to guess any upper estimation for this number and further to improve this estimation. In general, tasks (*) are non-resolvable because they are reduced to the well-known problem of words identity in Markov algorithmical language; tasks (**) are resolvable because an infinite discrete set is countable. We hope that some classes of such tasks may be of interest for using in informatics olympiads of various levels. A survey of such tasks in various branches of informatics and some ideas to create and to solve them are presented. © 2012 Vilnius University.


Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2013

Almost all tasks at informatics olympaids are of discrete content. Tasks of continuous content are rare; moreover, some of them are not algorithmic in nature or it is not possible to score their solutions strictly because of using approximate calculations.We propose to involve such tasks with strict formulations and discrete (in integer numbers) solutions by means of ideas of interval analysis and present some ways to create and to solve them. We hope that some classes of such tasks would enlarge scope of tasks for use in informatics olympiads at various levels. © 2013 Vilnius University.


Janalieva J.R.,International University of Kyrgyzstan
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2012

Conducting off-line olympiads is convenient and demands less resources than on-line olympiads. To prevent using results of other participants by a participant, we use individual generativity of tasks involving personal data. Also, uniqueness (all participants taking the test will obtain different versions of tasks) is provided. Winners obtain certificates related to their personal data only (not prizes), hence participants are not motivated to solve for others. On the base of experience of conducting such olympiads (including team olympiads with inverse tasks) in Kyrgyzstan since 2006, methods to develop tasks and pairs of inverse tasks, examples of tasks and instructions for organizing such competitions are proposed. © 2012 Vilnius University.


Mirkin B.,Technion - Israel Institute of Technology | Mirkin E.L.,International University of Kyrgyzstan | Gutman P.-O.,Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
2007 European Control Conference, ECC 2007 | Year: 2015

State feedback Lyapunov-based design of direct model reference adaptive control (MRAC) for a class of linear systems with input and state delays based only on the lumped-delays without so-called distributed-delay (DD) blocks are developed. The design procedure is based on the concept of reference trajectories prediction, and on the formulation of an augmented error. We propose a controller parametrization which attempts to anticipate the future states. The appropriate Lyapunov-Krasovskii type functional is introduced. A simulation example illustrates the new controller. © 2007 EUCA.


Pankov P.S.,International University of Kyrgyzstan | Janalieva J.R.,International University of Kyrgyzstan
Olympiads in Informatics | Year: 2015

Most olympiads in informatics are actually programming contests, sometimes it is stressed by the rules "tasks must be of algorithmical nature". Meanwhile, now informatics covers almost all branches of human activity and participation in competitions with wide spectrum would be of interest to young people. To prevent participants from copying answers from others, we propose to generate individual tasks from personal data to achieve uniqueness (all contestants would receive different versions of tasks). Also, we draw attention to tasks of "output-only" and "open-ended" types (which can be also called "semi-algorithmical" because the contestant combines intuition with using algorithms, which may be known in advance or devised while solving) and optimization tasks with unknown exact answers. The main problem is automated assessment of solutions of various tasks, some techniques are proposed. © 2015 Olympiads in Informatics.

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