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The Russian State University for the Humanities , is a university in Moscow, Russia with over 14,000 students. It was created in 1991 as the result of the merger of the Moscow Public University and the Moscow State Institute for History and Archives . It occupies, among other buildings, the former Moscow Print Yard. Wikipedia.

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Arutyunov V.V.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Scientific and Technical Information Processing | Year: 2017

The current national information-security standards of the Russian Federation are considered as one of the most important types of Russian legal and regulatory acts in this field. The list of all current Russian information-security standards is compiled for the first time. Clusters of standards are identified that make it possible to estimate the maturity of used technologies in various areas of information security. © 2017, Allerton Press, Inc.


Podlesskaya V.I.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Komp'juternaja Lingvistika i Intellektual'nye Tehnologii | Year: 2017

The paper focuses on how prosody complements grammar in differentiating between two main strategies of quoting - direct and indirect speech (Peter said: "I am a linguist" vs. Peter said that he was a linguist). Basing on corpus data from spontaneous spoken Russian, the paper addresses two research questions: (1) how do grammatical, lexical and prosodic parameters correlate in canonical cases of direct and indirect speech in Russian, and (2) what are typical prosodic deviations from canonical patterns. Answering the first question, we indicated prosodic features (pitch movements, pitch reset, localization of phrasal accents, pauses etc.) that help to identify a prosodic break between the reporting frame (Peter said) and the following reported utterance in the case of direct deixis (when personal and spaciotemporal indexes are oriented towards the reported situation, cf. I am a linguist) and the lack of such a break in the case indirect deixis (when personal and spaciotemporal indexes are shifted towards the reporting situation, cf. that he was a linguist). Answering the second question, we indicated particular prosodic patterns used (i) to integrate otherwise prosodically disintegrated constructions with direct deixis, and (ii) to disintegrate otherwise prosodically integrated constructions with indirect deixis.


Kreydlin G.E.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Komp'juternaja Lingvistika i Intellektual'nye Tehnologii | Year: 2017

The paper continues a series of research on gaits as a particular type of nonverbal complex sign units. It presents the detailed description of various types of gaits peculiar to Russian people. The research is conducted in the framework of the feature-based approach, which is a main tool for constructing a semiotic conceptualization of the somatic objects or human body in general. Using this approach we analyze physical features of gaits, such as width of pace, speed of walking, type of contact with the surface, noise, which is produces while walking, shape of the body or particular somatic objects (i.e. legs, feet), etc. We describe how the particular manner of walking reflects various characteristics of the human being. These are social characteristics, such as gender and age; traits of character and psychological features, such as being nervous, depressed or happy; various types of dysfunctions, such as being halting. Such parallels between the specific features of the gait and elements of the emotional and psychological states of the person highlight the connections between various systems of the human being.


Arutyunov V.V.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Scientific and Technical Information Processing | Year: 2017

This article considers the dynamics and specifics of training highly qualified scientific staff (philosophy doctors and doctors of sciences) in the field of information security and data protection in a 10-year period of 2004–2013 in basic research specialties as classified by the Higher Attestation Commission (VAC) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. © 2017, Allerton Press, Inc.


Podlesskaya V.I.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Komp'juternaja Lingvistika i Intellektual'nye Tehnologii | Year: 2016

The paper focuses on Russian coordinate construction with clauses (or VPs) combined by means of the adversative conjunction NO. Prosodically, the construction may come up in two forms: (a) as a single illocution with the first clause pronounced with a rising pitch that projects discourse continuation, and (b) as two separate illocutions with the first clause pronounced with a falling pitch that projects no continuation. Basing on the data from the Prosodically Annotated Corpus of Spoken Russian, prosody and grammar of (a) and (b) were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. Type (b) appeared to be less frequent (comprising, approximately, 30 % of the total number of occurrences) and systematically favored in contexts where the second clause is complicated by a "heavy" topical constituent.


Borisov N.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Central Asia and the Caucasus | Year: 2017

In today’s post-Soviet states of Central Asia, the political transformations have led to the traditionalization of political life and revival of conventional political institutions. It is noteworthy that the informal political institutions received a formal status in a number of states. The article deals with the formation and legislative regulation of the institute of the Nation’s Leader in Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, in terms of identifying the general and particular, reasons for the emergence of the institute, functioning results and the prospects for its development. The main factor in the formalization of the institute of the Nation’s Leader in the analyzed countries is the weakness of traditions of the national statehood and the low level of national identity, understood as a civil-political identity. The specificity of institutionalization of the institute of the Nation’s Leader lies in the fact that the informal practice of a personalistic type of domination is transformed into political and legal institutions, while legislative norms govern the legal relations, connected with the status of a particular individual. A high level of institutionalization of personalistic presidency is considered by the ruling elites of the analyzed countries as the main basis for political stability and sustainable legitimation of the political regimes. The implementation of the forthcoming transfer of power in these countries is likely to confirm these expectations. © 2017, CA and CC Press AB. All rights reserved.


Beniaminov E.M.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics | Year: 2014

In the paper, we discuss the studies of mathematical models of diffusion scattering of waves in the phase space, and relation of these models with quantum mechanics. In the previous works it is shown that in these models of classical scattering process of waves, the quantum mechanical description arises as the asymptotics after a small time. In this respect, the proposed models can be considered as examples in which the quantum descriptions arise as approximate ones for certain hypothetical reality. The deviation between the proposed models and the quantum ones can arise, for example, for processes with rapidly changing potential function. Under its action the diffusion scattering process of waves will go out from the states described by quantum mechanics. In the paper it is shown that the proposed models of diffusion scattering of waves possess the property of gauge invariance. This implies that they are described similarly in all inertial coordinate systems, i. e., they are invariant under the Galileo transformations. We propose a program of further research. © Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics.


Lyfenko N.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2016

The paper describes an approach to automatic classification problem using J.S. Mill’s ideas of inductive logic. The technique uses the general principles (but not the technical details) of the JSM method of automatic hypothesis generation. The proposed method uses some induction procedure to form generic positive and generic negative objects (represented as vectors) and an analogy procedure to classify new documents. With an optimal selection of text preprocessing options, the suggested approach shows better precision than other implemented text classification methods. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016.


Arutyunov V.V.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Scientific and Technical Information Processing | Year: 2012

In this article, the author describes the history of the development, modern state, and future considerations of cloud (diffused) computing as one of the modern innovative technologies. The models of cloud computing and its advantages and disadvantages are analyzed. A number of cloud operating systems, cloud computing vendors, and the capabilities of their platforms are considered. © 2012 Allerton Press, Inc.


Stoyanovskii A.V.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Russian Journal of Mathematical Physics | Year: 2012

This paper is a survey of author's mathematical and logical studies concerning the quantization of fields. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

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