Summaries of the Issue
OPTICAL AND OPTICAL ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS. OPTICAL TECHNOLOGIES
OPTICAL SYSTEM OF VARIABLE MAGNIFICATION IN THE MICROSCOPE LIGHTING APPLIANCE Tochilina Tatyana V
Efficiency analysis of the light flow use in the optical system lighting appliance of modern microscope was done. It is shown that parameters of observational and lighting branches of the microscope can be coordinated by including variable magnification system in the optical system of lighting appliance that will allow to increase tenfold the efficiency of the light flow use. A new approach to the construction of the optical system lighting appliance is necessary. Possible variants of such systems are considered, analytical correlations, defining the size of its components, are obtained.
COMPUTATION OF OPTICAL CHANNEL WAVEGUIDE WITH ARBITRARY REFRACTIVE INDEX ALLOCATION USING B-SPLINE METHOD Gennady Deineka, Vladlena Serebryakova
The universal strategy of parameters computation for channel optical waveguide with arbitrary refractive index distribution is presented in this work. All calculations are performed from the first principle of reduced wave equation (Helmholtz’s equation). The algorithm is based on the finite elements method using B-splines. Calculation results for channel waveguide with defined index profile and various geometrical configurations are represented as well. The comparison of the obtained results with the results by the known numerical methods is given too in this article.
PHOTONICS AND OPTICAL INFORMATICS
THIRD HARMONIC GENERATION AT REFLECTION FROM CRYSTAL OF HIGH-INTENSITY FEMTOSECOND RADIATION Olga Mokhnatova, Putilin Sergey E, Bespalov Viktor G, Kozlov Sergei A
Experimental results of the reflection of femtosecond radiation with a power density of 4 TWt/cm2 and duration of ~ 40 fs from nonlinear crystal of LiF at light falling to medium boundary close to normal were presented. The generation of triple frequency radiation was observed at the reflection from the front face of the crystal. Spatial distributions of triple frequency beam and fundamental beam were recorded. Energy of triple frequency radiation was 10-4 of the energy of the incident radiation. Half-width of light beam spatial distribution on the triple frequency radiation happens to be three times narrower than fundamental beam half-width.
DESIGN AND SIMULATION IN AVIONICS
AUTOMATED CONTROL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT AVIONICS Yury Esin, Paramonov Pavel P, Yury Sabo
The information-model approach to automated control system development of the avionic navigating complexes is considered. Control functional diagram and the results of modeling are presented.
MEASUREMENT ERRORS MODELING OF ONBOARD NAVIGATION DEVICES Dmitry Kozis, Zharinov Oleg O, Suslov Vladimir D
The article deals with the approach to measurement errors modeling of onboard navigation systems on the basis of recursive generating filters application, definitely transforming white noise in an interference with the given correlation-spectral properties.
CRATE CREATION STRATEGY OF THE ONBOARD MULTIPROCESSING COMPUTING SYSTEM FOR THE FIFTH GENERATION AVIONICS Zharinov Oleg O, Boris Vidin, Ruben Shek-Iovsepjantz
Creation strategy of the onboard digital computing system in a structure class of the integrated modular avionics is considered. Significant architectural attributes are defined. The model of computing system resources and three-stage hierarchical semicircle model are considered. Decomposition method of onboard computing system functional problems and their assignment for accessible computing resources are considered.
ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
RESTORATION OF NOISY IMAGES BLURRED ANGULARLY WITHOUT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS Marya Dayneko, Sizikov Valery S
We consider the reconstruction problem of noisy images blurred angularly in this paper. We use an algorithm on the basis of the quadrature method and Tikhonov regularization method for such image restoration. For blurred image reconstruction the new truncation method and edge blurring method without “boundary conditions” are proposed.
The parametric identification process of the high torque gearless precision electric drive used in the telescope axis rotating system is described. As a result the parameters of electric drive mathematical model were generated making it possible to approximate mathematical model features to control object features.
DYNAMIC OBSERVATION OF NON-LINEAR BINARY DYNAMIC SYSTEM Ushakov Anatoly Vladimirovich, Elena S. Yaitskaya
The dynamic observation concept transfer developed with reference to the discrete systems over infinite fields to the systems over finite binary Galois fields. Authors have concentrated the attention to dynamic observing realization over a condition of non–linear binary dynamic systems (BDS) taking into account decision practice of this problem for linear BDS case. The task is dared in three stages: linearization of nonlinear BDS, formation of dynamic observing process of linearized BDS and observing division over a condition of initial nonlinear BDS. The example is supplied.
MECHANICS AND MECHATRONICS
DEFINITION OF THE STEADY STATE VIBRATION ISOLATION SYSTEMS WITH TWO DEGREES OF FREEDOM Ivanov Sergey E
For research of vibration isolation systems a qualitative and quantitative analysis of corresponding mathematical models is necessary. The system of the ordinary differential equations is taken as a model which includes nonlinear characteristics in the form of polynomials from phase variables with constant and periodic parameters. The method of polynomial transformations is used in the analysis of nonlinear vibration isolation systems which allows gaining detailed enough qualitative and quantitative dynamic characteristics of systems.
CONTACT INTERACTION ANALYSIS IN THE MICROMECHANICAL GYROSCOPES Evstifeev Michail I., Rozentsvein Dmitriy
Micromechanical gyroscopes applications on the highly dynamic objects with the significant inertia impact loads are examined. It is shown that such impacts lead to contact interactions of the construction elements. The results of deformation and strain calculation were derived for elastic suspension under the condition contact interaction between stoppers and inertial body. Stoppers configuration was designed based on strength criterion grounds for elastic suspension.
THERMAL PHYSICS AND THEORETICAL HEAT ENGINEERING
THERMAL ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ON PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Gavriil Biryulin, Vladimir I. Egorov , Svyatoslav Yu. Murov
We developed new finite differences algorithm for calculating the temperature of electronic component housings mounted on printed circuit board. The results have been compared with a similar program, which implements analytical method.
MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY AND NANOTECHNOLOGIES
INVESTIGATION OF LANTHANUM GALLATES BY X-RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS Olga Pshenko, Lyubov Pyankova
The work deals with the study of phase composition of poorly-type semiconductors - Lanthanum Gallates Perovskite (LaGaO3) doped with a touch of Co3+ (up to 10%) by X-ray diffraction analysis. Comparative analysis of X-ray pictures shows that cobalt impurity concentration growth in the mixed crystals LaGaСохO3 leads to insufficient deformation of cubic crystal lattice with the decrease of elementary cell parameter by 0, 03 nm. Nevertheless, in Lanthanum gallates the local symmetry decrease is possible and it becomes apparent on X-ray pictures as diffraction maximum splitting.
ION LITHOGRAPHY APPLICATION FOR NANOSCALE CHANNEL FORMATION IN GLASS MICROFLUID CHIPS Anatoly Evstrapov, Ivan Mukhin, Kukhtevich Igor V, Anton Bukatin
Etching processes of K8 glass with gold, carbon and chrome coatings are investigated. It is shown that the minimal reproducible size of focused ion etching micro channel is 40 nm. Experimental microfluid chip prototype with nanochannels for biological probes fixation and investigation are obtained.
PROBE FOR SCANNING ION-CONDUCTANCE MICROSCOPY Alexander Golubok, Vadim Levichev, Victor Matyzhonok, Alexander Stovpyaga
The piezoelectric sensor for scanning probe microscope with a probe in the form of a glass micropipette for scanning ion-conductance microscopy has been made. Resonant frequency and Q-quality of the sensor have been measured in the air and liquid environments. Nanotip has been created for spatial resolution improvement of a microprobe by means of the focused ion beam at a pipette butt end. Using a test grid, the spatial resolution of a microprobe with nanotip is shown. The conclusion about an opportunity of using the sensor with a micropipette in the liquid environment with simultaneous activity in semi contact force mode and in a mode of measurement of ionic currents has been made.
MICRO- AND NANOMODIFICATION OF A METAL LAYER ON A POLYMERIC SUBSTRATE IN DYNAMIC AND STATIC FORCE LITHOGRAPHY MODE Alexander Pinaev, Alexander Golubok
The surface of Au 20 nm thickness film on a polycarbonate substrate has been modified by dynamic force lithography (DFL) method. The ~ 100nm spatial resolution has been obtained. It is shown that the spatial resolution of a method is defined by radius of used probes. The optimum mode at which the W probe completely cuts a metal film is defined. The factors influencing the process of surface modification by DFL method are discussed. The two-dimensional diffraction lattice with ~500 nm spatial period has been made. The lattice structure has been studied by means of the scanning semicontact force microscopy, scanning electron microscopy and optical confocal microscopy. The conclusion on creation possibility of nanoelectronic, nanophotonic and nanosensoric elements in metal-polymeric systems by DFL method has been made.
COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
MATROIDAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE ADJACENCY GRAPHS FAMILY BUILT ON A SET OF KNOWLEDGE PATTERNS Vsevolod Oparin, Andrey A. Filchenkov , Sirotkin Alexander Vladimirovich
The paper considers a problem appeared in machine learning of uncertain knowledge patterns bases represented as algebraic Bayesian networks. The problem is to build an adjacency graph as a representation of a global (secondary) structure of such a network using its primary structure. Under the given primary structure of an algebraic Bayesian network, the corresponding adjacency graphs family can be characterized with a special matroid. It leads to further results: the sets of minimal adjacency graphs and non-reducible join graphs are equal; a minimal adjacency graph can be built with a greedy algorithm; the vertices number of minimal adjacency graph can be expressed with the vertices number of maximal adjacency graph and the matroid rank.
PACKAGE OF SEMIFORMALIZED MODELS OF IMITATING MODELING SYSTEM Ekaterina Malysheva, Sergey Goldstein
The article is devoted to creation of conceptual, structural model and updating of algorithmic models of imitating modeling system. The purpose of modeling is consulting support during the problem situations in the organization activity.
CODE SCALES ON THE BASIS OF NONLINEAR SEQUENCES FOR CONVERTERS OF ANGULAR MOVEMENTS Ozhiganov Aleхander A., Pavel Pribytkin
Construction approach of one-track code scales is considered on the basis of nonlinear binary sequences for converters of angular movements. An example of scale construction with the offered method is given.
SPECIAL VLSI FOR VIDEO DATA CONVERSION Alexander Umbitaliev, Nikolay Shipilov, Salekh Ibatullin, Fahmi Shakeeb S
The new approach to distribution of a compression video content with simultaneous use of two alternative compression technologies of moving images is considered: 1) on the basis of three-dimensional discrete cosine transformation (this technology is not standardized for today) and 2) on the basis of two-dimensional discrete cosine transformation of the digital television signal (realized in standards MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and Н.264). Within the limits of the specified approach the method of fast transcoding of the main video data stream compressed by three-dimensional discrete cosine technology of transformation in a compression stream of MPEG-2 standard is proposed.
AUTOMATIC SUMMARY NEWS ABSTRACTING Sergey Tarasov
A review of modern methods and algorithms of summary abstracting is given. The main disadvantages of these methods are substantiated. Requirements for a method that could overcome these shortcomings are described. The method developed by the author for thematically related ranking to automatic summary abstracting is considered in the article. As the effectiveness evidence of the developed method, experimental evaluation results of the obtained summary abstracts quality are described.
NUMERICAL MODELING OF VENA CAVA FILTER PLACEMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON HAEMODYNAMICS Yury Ivanov, Tatyana Dobroserdova
Modeling of blood vascular system is a wide field for scientific efforts and includes a large number of aspects. In this regard it is reasonable to investigate separately the vascular wall structure and its response to deformation. We implement the fiber model based on biological features of vascular wall structure, suggested by Charles Peskin . We consider the model calibration issue with special input data - equations of vessel state. The main part of the work we devote to interaction of elastic fiber model and global blood circulation model. Models interaction makes it possible to research an effect of vena cava filter placement on haemodynamics.
COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF TUBERCULOSIS SPREAD SIMULATION Leonenko Vasiliy N, Konstantin Loginov
Performance increasing approaches of the modeling program for individual-based model of tuberculosis spread are considered in the paper. The computational algorithms optimization process and also the usage of distributed computing based on MONC system and parallel computations based on OpenMP technology are described. The results of computational experiments are listed.
NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION
CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR THE EXTRACTION OF LEARNING OUTCOMES FROM THE EXCESSIVE EDUCATION CONTENT Vladimir N. Vasiliev, Liubov S. Lysitsina, Alexander Shehonin
A conceptual model for a two-step extraction of learning outcomes (LO) and their competencies from the excessive content of education is given. The basic methodology for constructing models of the hierarchy of LO and the educational process at their base are described. The effective approaches for the application of basic techniques, allowing to specify the activities in the competence based on macrotrajectory between LO, and to carry out a phased development of the elementary (indivisible) LO are considered. The connection between the proposed models with the structure and implementation plan of modular educational programs is shown.
FROM THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNIQUE
THE ORIGIN OF OPTICAL PRODUCTION IN PRE-REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA (I. Ya. URLAUB FACTORY OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS) Nadezhda Kamenskaya
The article discusses the problems associated with the emergence of optical production in Russia in the late XIX - early XX centuries in terms of post-reform economy. These problems were not adequately described in literature. This article is intended for everyone interested in the history of the origin of domestic optical industry.
ABOUT SKILLED PERSONNEL TRAINING FOR THE RUSSIAN INDUSTRY AT THE TURN OF XIX-XX CENTURIES (MEETINGS OF RUSSIAN PERSONALITIES ON PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION) Olga Kuzmina
The article deals with the problems devoted to skilled workers training for the Russian industry in the late XIX – early XX centuries in the post-reform economy conditions. Empire Russian Technical Society paid much attention to those problems and organized three meetings. The article is aimed for everyone interested in the history of professional domestic education in Russia.
SELECTION AND ANALYSIS METHODS FOR KEY PARAMETERS OF LOW-LEVEL MULTISPECTRAL SYSTEMS FOR VISIBLE AND SHORT-WAVE INFRARED RANGES Ekaterina Yarotskaya
This brief report gives an account of the primary results of multispectral systems for visible and short-wave infrared ranges research.
IMAGE LINEAR SHIFTS AND ROTATION ANGLE ESTIMATION FOR ELECTRONIC OPTICAL SYSTEM MOVEMENT RELATIVELY TO OBSERVABLE SCENE Alexander Polyakov, Victor Treskov, Vladimir Demidov
Proposed estimation method allows to accurately calculating linear shifts and rotation angle between two consequent frames, obtained by electronic optical system moving relatively to observable static scene.
OPTICAL-ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS MONITORING ACCORDING TO THEIR ELEMENTS POSITION Mikheev Sergei V., Konstantin Arakantsev, Tatiana Kopylova
The schemes of the optical-electronic system construction for industrial buildings monitoring are investigated. The system consists of television channel set with overlaying angular fields and active markers of the checkpoints.
MULTIPLEX HOLOGRAMS ON PHOTO-THERMO-REFRACTIVE GLASS Andrey Zlatov, Yuri Korzinin, Nikonorov Nikolay V.
Feasibility of making multiplex phase volume holograms based on the silicate photo-thermo-refractive glass has been considered.
THERMAL TREATMENT INFLUENCE ON REFRACTIVE INDEX OF PHASE VOLUME HOLOGRAMS BASED ON SILICATE PHOTO-THERMO-REFRACTIVE GLASS Andrey Zlatov, Ivanov Sergei A , Maksim Prikazov, Yuri Korzinin, Nikonorov Nikolay V.
Modulation magnitude dependence of the first harmonic of refractive index of volume phase holograms based on the silicate photo-thermo-refractive glass after thermal treatment has been investigated.
IMPLICATION AND EQUIVALENCE AS A BASIS FOR VERIFICATION Nemolochnov Oleg F., Anatoly Zykov, Polyakov Vladimir Ivanvich
The article deals with implication and equivalence functions used for verification of logical circuits and software products in the course of their design and implementation.
EVALUATION OF SPORTSMAN COMPETITION PREPAREDNESS BASED ON GAS DISCHARGE VISUALIZATION METHOD Velichko Elena Nikolaevna
Extrapolation function for competition preparedness prediction based on gas discharge visualization method investigation of sportsmen is presented.