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Kovalev E.,Moscow State Humanitarian University | Pashkevich E.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
2011 11th International Conference - The Experience of Designing and Application of CAD Systems in Microelectronics, CADSM 2011 | Year: 2011

The possibility of using a collaborative environment over the aerodynamic calculations through the establishment of a dedicated portal. © 2011 Lviv Polytechnic National.

Petrov V.F.,LC Works | Petrov V.F.,Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas | Yashkichev V.I.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals | Year: 2010

The effect on the physico-chemical properties of introducing the oxygen atom into the molecular structure of liquid crystals is discussed and rationalized in terms of existent theories; a comparison is made with the corresponding hydrocarbon and other derivatives.

Borisov N.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Central Asia and the Caucasus | Year: 2015

The author approaches the course and results of the institutional transformations in the forms of government and electoral and party systems in Georgia and Armenia from the position of neo-constitutionalism. He relies on methods of comparative index analysis to identify the main models and trends of the political developments in these countries in the last fifteen years and analyzes in detail the constitutional changes and the way the new party and electoral systems took shape as the political regimes consolidated their positions. The parliamentary-presidential form of government deprived the presidency of a large share of its former significance. This means that the political regime in Georgia will further consolidate its position not on the basis of “dominant power,” but through institutionalized competition and rotation of the political elites according to certain rules, if the ruling coalition passes the test of functioning in the “divided governance” context, which cannot be excluded. For the past fifteen years, Armenia has been living amid vehement political competition. The opposition is strong enough to remain a political entity: it reaps a considerable share of the votes at presidential elections and seats in the parliament at parliamentary elections, but never enough to win. A substantial number of people consistently vote for the opposition, irrespective of who represents it. So far, none of the incumbents has lost a presidential election, while every time the opponents refuse to accept the election results and mobilize their electorate for protest action. The inevitable talk about falsified results and “stolen victory” sounds convincing since the gap between the winner and the runner up is insignificant, especially in the regions. The regime in Armenia must avoid suppression of the opposition and never try to curb competition to avoid being challenged by the opposition, which has closed ranks after years of disunity. The next parliamentary or presidential election might be used for a violent regime change. In the 2000s, the political developments in Georgia and Armenia proceeded within two different models: (1) the institutionalized competitive model with a dominant party (Georgia in 2000-2003 and 2003-2012) is extremely unstable and is prone to coups: it is the illusion of a consolidated regime, in which political involvement is carried out through informal institutions; (2) the institutionalized competitive model without a dominant party (Armenia) is relatively stable since mounting political rivalry is kept within certain limits through a high degree of institutionalization. © 2015, CA and CC Press AB. All rights reserved.

Latyshev A.V.,Moscow State Humanitarian University | Yushkanov A.A.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
High Temperature | Year: 2014

A formula for degenerate plasma has been derived from the general formula of the dielectric permeability of a quantum collisional plasma. The real and imaginary parts of the dielectric permeability of the quantum collisional degenerate plasma have been studied graphically, and they have been compared with the real and imaginary parts of the dielectric permeability of the collisional classic degenerate plasma. © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Bannaya V.F.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Semiconductors | Year: 2015

The results of studying low-temperature impurity-related electrical breakdown Ethr in nominally undoped n-Ge and p-Ge samples subjected to intrinsic photoexcitation are reported. It was expected that, on the basis of the model of the recombination of free charge carriers via deep impurity centers, the value of Ethr under these conditions would be bound to be the same for samples with different conductivity types and be independent of the degree of compensation in the samples. However, the experiments show that the breakdown field does not depend on the illumination intensity and is equal to its value in the absence of illumination. A qualitative explanation to the observed effect is suggested. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Bannaya V.F.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Semiconductors | Year: 2015

The results of studying the heating of charge carriers by an electric field in nominally undoped Ge (with impurity concentrations of (Na + Ng) ≤ 5 × 1013 cm–3) subjected to interband illumination are reported. It is necessary in this situation to take into account two types of free charge carriers. In the case of such generation, the relation between the concentrations of electrons and holes depends to a large extent on the value of the electric field since this field differently affects the recombination coefficients of charge carriers and gives rise to new effects. The results of experimental studies of the conductivity σ and the Hall constant RH in n-Ge and p-Ge at T = 4.2 K and at different intensities of intrinsic photoexcitation are reported. A model of interband recombination, which takes into account deep-level impurity centers, is suggested for explanation of the results. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Bannaya V.F.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Semiconductors | Year: 2014

Methods for estimating the compensating-impurity concentration from the segment of curves corresponding to temperatures T > 50 K are suggested based on analysis of the results of measurements of the Hall constant and mobility in a broad temperature range for Hg-doped Ge samples. It is concluded that local Hg inclusions in the sample matrix are ionized in this temperature range and both methods are applicable irrespective of the chemical nature of the impurity. © 2014, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Glazachev O.S.,Moscow State Humanitarian University | Dudnik E.N.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Human Physiology | Year: 2012

A comprehensive comparative analysis of hemodynamics, microcirculation (the method of laser Doppler flowmetry with an occlusion test and the optical tissue oxymetry), blood circulation neurohumoral regulation (analysis of heart rate variability, HRV) in apparently healthy young subjects with different levels of subjectively experienced emotional stress has been performed. Depending on the degree of everyday stress (acute and/or chronic), the character of the autonomic regulation of blood circulation, as well as the state of the microcirculation and its regulation substantially vary. Moderate stress is accompanied by coactivation of sympathetic-parasympathetic regulatory mechanisms with augmented HRV baroreflex regulation circuits, which compensates for hemodynamic changes and is not accompanied by hypotensive reactions. An increase in the activity of neurogenic and myogenic tones of microhemodynamics in the subjects with moderate stress, which determines a high probability of blood shunting in tested tissue and decrease in relative oxygen extraction, has been discovered. Moderate levels of stress are also associated with an increase in the latency of postocclusive vasoreactive hyperemia, which is considered to be an early sign of the endothelium-mediated dysfunction of microcirculation. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Bazarkina D.Yu.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS | Year: 2013

The urgency of the strategic communication problems («the synchronization of words and deeds and how they will be perceived by selected audiences, as well as (b) programs and activities deliberately aimed at communicating and engaging with intended audiences, including those implemented by public affairs, public diplomacy, and information operations professionals» (White House, 2010, p. 2) keeps under the conditions of contemporary conflicts as high as never before. "War on Terror" which is conducted today by the West countries, became a part of their strategic communication which is oriented both on internal, and on external for the EU target audiences. At the same time discussion on a problem of terrorism has affected many people who felt themselves as victims of stereotypes, for example, certain Moslems groups in Europe. It has a negative impact on the image and reputation of law enforcement agencies of the European Union. The key roles in the European authorities' "War on Terror" interpretation play the supranational structures which are responsible for the regional security. In the present paper we make an attempt to analyze the basic problems of strategic communications of those European structures, caused by "War on Terror" contradictions. The author of the present paper tries to examine the following questions: To analyze the basic messages of the antiterrorist strategy in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) documents. To characterize in brief the main problems and contradictions of the communication struggle against terrorism in the European Union. It is used in the paper both methodology of historical research, and methods of communication management which in system allow to track the development of the governmental strategic communication while the crisis spread all over the world.

Zhilavskaya I.V.,Moscow State Humanitarian University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

In article for the first time media education is taken up as a branch of activity which at a stage of the formation acquires the traits of branch of the spiritual production revealing in an institutionalization, professionalizings, technologization and socialization of media educational processes. Media education as a field of activity remarkable for specific organization of production, special technologies and also unique type of made production: the media literate personality and media literate society. High quality of this "product" provides media safety guarantees as individual, and society as a whole.

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