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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.

Arutyunov V.V.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Scientific and Technical Information Processing | Year: 2016

The main factors that currently contribute to the increase of the vulnerability of computer information are considered. The dynamics of a number of promising scientific research areas in the field of information security (cryptography, computer steganography, and biometric information-protection systems) are analyzed based on Russian and foreign publications from VINITI databases over the past decade. The obtained data to a certain extent reflect the direction of the development of these research areas, which is defined by corresponding publication streams. © 2016, Allerton Press, Inc. Source

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. Source

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

Basic methods for user authentication and their features when performing access to computer systems are considered. They include password protection, authentication hardware, and biometric authentication, as well as determining the identity of access subjects by using their coordinates. Modern avenues of research into information protection are discussed. © 2012 Allerton Press, Inc. Source

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. Source

Khrennikov A.,Linnaeus University | Khrennikov A.,Russian State University for the Humanities
Journal of Russian Laser Research | Year: 2010

Prequantum classical statistical field theory (PCSFT) is a model that provides the possibility to represent the averages of quantum observables (including correlations of observables on subsystems of a composite system) as averages with respect to fluctuations of classical random fields. In view of the PCSFT terminology, quantum states are classical random fields. The aim of our approach is to represent all quantum probabilistic quantities by means of classical random fields. We obtain the classical-random-field representation for pairwise correlations in three-partite quantum systems. The three-partite case (surprisingly) differs substantially from the bipartite case. As an important first step, we generalized the theory developed for pure quantum states of bipartite systems to the states given by density operators. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. Source

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