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Bonch-Osmolovskaya T.,Russian New University
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications | Year: 2014

Russian New University, one of well-established non-government universities in Russia, has started working on the Russian Ministry of Education and Science project aimed at the teaching of Russian language to every category of students worldwide via Internet. The working group for the project has conducted an in-depth study of the requirements for the educational levels and profiles of remote studying of Russian language abroad. Based on this study, RosNOU project team has decided to choose a cloud technology as the basis for realization of the project. By the proposed scheme, the same type of software is required for realization of the project, because it allows achieving the unity of standards for the preparation of educational content, as well as approaches for implementation of the educational process with the use of distant teaching technologies. The developed model and the concept of its managing mechanisms should be tested in order to make specific decisions about their implementation in practice of education. © 2014 The authors and IOS Press. All rights reserved.

Tolmachev A.I.,Russian New University
Journal of Surface Investigation | Year: 2011

Solution of the problem of angular dependence of sputtering yield is divided into three parts: calculation of the number of cascade particles as a function of their path length, definition of the path length distribution of reflected particles, and convolution of the two results obtained. The theory is valid for the case of equal ion and target atom masses (self-sputtering) and contains two parameters: the ratio of the transport path length to the mean free path length and the parameter of inelastic energy losses. © 2011 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Morozov M.A.,Plekhanov Russian University of Economics | Morozova N.S.,Russian New University
Journal of Environmental Management and Tourism | Year: 2016

The article deals with the formation of attractive tourist destinations. It is shown that the attractiveness acts as a major motivational factor in the choice of tourist destinations (destinations) and forms a tourist need. Tourist attraction destination can be formed spontaneously or purposefully. The basic tools formation of the tourist areas are tourist destinations and tourism clusters. The main factors what influencing the formation of the tourist attractiveness of the destination are discussing. The classification of tourist attraction on various grounds: on the area of occurrence of appeal, the duration of its existence, the degree of controllability appeal. It is proposed to allocate and evaluate the three levels of appeal: There is, realistically achievable and the potential attractiveness of a tourist destination. A model assessment of attractive tourist destinations is approaches. © 2016, ASERS Publishing House. All rights reserved.

Anyutin A.P.,Russian New University
Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics | Year: 2014

The problem of diffraction of a plane (cylindrical) wave by a perfectly conducting cylinder enclosed in a metamaterial shell is rigorously solved. The influence of the geometric dimensions of the shell, the value of the negative refractive index of the metamaterial medium, and the position of a cylindrical wave source on the field structure in the near zone of the scatterer is investigated. It is found that, in the quasi-optical range of the problem parameters, this structure does not exhibit ideal focusing. It is shown that, there are two types of caustics inside the shell. The first type is related with rays reflected by the surface of the interior cylinder and has one cusp point, and the second type is formed by the geometric-optics rays that are refracted by the outer boundary of the shell and do not fall on the surface of the interior perfectly conducting cylinder. The spatial distribution of the total field amplitude and of the equal-amplitude lines in the near zone of the scatterer is reported. The obtained numerical results are correctly interpreted from the physical viewpoint. © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Inc.

Tolmachev A.I.,Russian New University
Journal of Surface Investigation | Year: 2016

The angular distributions of reflected medium-energy ions are numerically calculated for the case of oblique incidence on the target surface. Calculations are performed by solving the one-velocity transport equation involving the scattering cross section of a truncated Coulomb potential. The results obtained via the method of discrete streams are a generalization of well-known Chandrasekhar data corresponding to simpler scattering cross sections. Theoretical angular distributions are compared with those obtained experimentally. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

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