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Lukovenkova O.O.,Kamchatka State University | Marapulets Yu.V.,Kamchatka State University | Tristanov A.B.,Kaliningrad State Technical University
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Soft Computing and Measurements, SCM 2016 | Year: 2016

The article is devoted to the model of geoacoustic emission plus signals analysis discovering the inner time-frequency structure of the signals. The present model is effectively used for signals denoising and for estimate of displacement - type sources scales. © 2016 IEEE.

Feschenko L.K.,RAS Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics | Vodinchar G.M.,Kamchatka State University
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics | Year: 2015

Inversion of the magnetic field in a model of large-scale αΩ-dynamo with α-effect with stochastic memory is under investigation. The model allows us to reproduce the main features of the geomagnetic field reversals. It was established that the polarity intervals in the model are distributed according to the power law. Model magnetic polarity timescale is fractal. Its dimension is consistent with the dimension of the real geomagnetic polarity timescale. © Author(s) 2015.

Vodinchar G.M.,Kamchatka State University | Feshchenko L.K.,RAS Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics
Magnetohydrodynamics | Year: 2016

We describe a large-scale Geodynamo model based on indirect data of inhomogeneities in the density of the Earth's core. The convection pattern is associated with a spherical harmonic Y 2 4 which defines the basic poloidal component of velocity. Coriolis drift of this mode determines the toroidal component of velocity. Thus, six convective cells are formed. The model takes into account the feedback effect of the magnetic field on convection. It was ascertained that the model contains stable regimes of field generation. The velocity of convection and the dipole component of the magnetic field are similar to the observed ones.

Zavyalova S.V.,Kamchatka State University
Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce | Year: 2016

Studying the issues of implementation of financial support of tour operator activities in the Russian Federation, which have so far impeded the guaranteeing of protection of rights and legitimate interests of Russian tourists at a proper level, allows to formulate practical recommendations and suggestions for improvement of Russian legislation in order to enhance the efficiency of legal regulation of tourism field and protection of rights and legitimate interests of Russian citizens. The article presents a comparative study of the Russian financial guarantee institution and its foreign analogues, defines the causes of emergence of the institution of financial support of tour operator activities in Russian legislation and imposition of a prohibition on tour operator activities. We have come to the conclusion that acknowledgment of financial support of tour operator activities as financial guarantees of tour operator’s liability. Analysis of current Russian legislation allowed to detect its contradictions and develop practical recommendations for improvement of Russian tourism legislation. In particular, it allowed to draw a conclusion of the need to eliminate the non-conformance of standards of article 17.6 of the Federal law NO 132-FZ “On foundations of tourist activity in the Russian Federation” (“Tourist activity law” further on) issued on 24.11.1996 to the standards of item 1 of article 48; item 1 of article 53; item 1, item 3 of article 56; article 402 of the Civil code of the Russian Federation (part one); federal law № 51-FZ issued on 30.11.1994 (the Civil code of the Russian Federation). © Svetlana Valeryevna Zavyalova, 2016.

Ilyinskaya N.G.,Kamchatka State University
European Journal of Science and Theology | Year: 2015

The aim of the article is to analyze the words-members of gender-species group „Denotations of wooden fishing gears in Kamchadal‟s dialects from the point of view of systematic and structure‟. There are some proofs of graduated character of gender-species relationships in the article, the semantic structure of common Russian and dialect lexemes, their differential and motivational features were defined. Due to the research we can state that the characteristic features for the studied group are synonymy, polysemy and diverse variance. © 2015 Ecozone, OAIMDD. All rights reserved.

Stafeeva Y.V.,Kamchatka State University | Efimenko V.N.,Kamchatka State University
European Journal of Science and Theology | Year: 2015

The article presents an analysis of philosophic theories allowing to consider the adaptation process in junior students to the conditions of education at the university and to define directions of pedagogical activity which provide the optimal progress of this process. © 2015 Ecozone, OAIMDD. All rights reserved.

Smetanin A.N.,Kamchatka State University
Contemporary Problems of Ecology | Year: 2013

The discovery of the bark beetle Dryocoetes krivolutzkajae Mandelshtam, 2001 (Scolytidae) on Verkhoturova Island (Bering Sea, Northeastern Kamchatka) in the roots of Rhodiola rosea L. (Crassulaceae) is reported. This is the first and only bark beetle of tundra forestless landscapes; the species is classified as an endemic of Kamchatka and Russia in general. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Smetanin A.N.,Kamchatka State University
Entomological Review | Year: 2013

189 species of insects from 55 families and 9 orders were found in the Kichiga River basin, northeastern Kamchatka Peninsula in 1987-1994: 7 species of Plecoptera, 7 of Odonata, 1 of Orthoptera, 4 of Homoptera, 6 of Heteroptera, 54 of Coleoptera, 73 of Lepidoptera, 15 of Hymenoptera, and 22 species of Diptera. Most of the insect species present in the Kichiga basin have wide ranges: 55 species and subspecies are Holarctic, 52 species have a broad Palaearctic distribution, 10 are Eastern Palaearctic, 8 are Amphi-Pacific, 8 are circumboreal or circumpolar, 4 are Far Eastern or Pacific; 5 species are endemic or subendemic to Kamchatka or some part of the peninsula. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Khokhlova I.N.,Kamchatka State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The process of globalization in modern world has affected all spheres of our life - politics, economy and culture. To realize these processes people should have a common means of communication - a lingua franca. The English language has become this lingua franca due to many reasons, as about 1,5 billion people speak English today. This article deals with the relationship of Lingua Franca English and Euro-English and the adequacy of lingua franca to represent the sociolinguistic situation in Europe.

The paper deals with the model of variable-order nonlinear hereditary oscillator based on a numerical finite-difference scheme. Numerical experiments have been carried out to evaluate the stability and convergence of the difference scheme. It is argued that the approximation, stability and convergence are of the first order, while the scheme is stable and converges to the exact solution. © 2016 Archives of Control Sciences 2016.

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