No. 2, 2003
General Aspects of Control Theory
Rutkovsky V.Yu., Zemlyakov S.D., Sukhanov V.M., Glumov V.M. New Directions of Adaptive Coordinate-Parametric Control Theory and Applications (pp. 2-10)
Abstract. The paper discusses the origin of adaptive and coordinate-parametric control principles. The matter of these principles is clarified. Theoretical approaches to the solution of adaptive coordinate-parametric control problems are analyzed. The reasons of new problems emergence in the considered class of control systems are considered; some results of their solution are presented.
Control of Complex Technological Processes and Productions
Pranghishvili I.V., Ambartsumyan A.A., Poletykin A.G., Grebenyuk G.G., Yadykin I.B. Automation Level of Power Objects: Current State Analysis and Improvement Opportunities (pp. 11-26)
Abstract. The paper analyzes the current state of various level autiomation systems in power engineering and emphasizes negative trends in their evolution in recent years. It describes the experience of the Institute of Control Sciences in applying process automation systems at various lavels of power enterprices. New theoretical results concerning the promising process control techniques are presented. Some proposals on creating a new generation instrumental system aimed at dramatical increase of process automation level and thus the improvement of the country’s power economy are formulated.
Durgarian I.S., Pashchenko F.F. Combined Statistical Criteria and the Models Optimal Subject to a Class of Criteria (pp. 27-34)
Abstract. The problems of stochastic system modeling and identification subject to combined criteria are considered. Criteria equivalence conditions are formulated. Equivalence conditions for the models built subject to different identification criteria are derived.
Kopnin M.Yu., Kul’ba V.V., Mikrin E.A. Application of Petri Net Tools in Network Planning and Management Systems Under Resource Deficit Conditions (pp. 35-42)
Abstract. The problems of resource allocation over a set of operations are considered. Petri nets with position delays are applied for modeling an operation set. Based on the models developed, the concepts of stockpile and resource deficit are introduced. The ways of operation set management under resource deficit conditions are investigated.
Problem-Oriented Control Systems
Dartau L.A. Theoretical Aspects of Health Control and Its Implementation Possibilities in Russian Federation (pp. 43-52)
Abstract. The problems of medico-social well-being of population are interpreted in terms of classical automatic control theory. The health is described as a complex-organized object of public administration. The paper shows that health education, risk factor detection and treatment are the control object impacts in a feed-forward path, while health monitoring – in a feedback path. According of the approach developed, the control system always has 2 controllers: human individual and the State. Therefore, the responsibility for the final result (individual’s and population’s health) should be split between these 2 control subjects.
Shubin A.N., Pelikhov V.P. On Media Planning Optimization Problems in Information Management (pp. 53-55)
Abstract. The paper describes key elements of information management methodology, used for formulating and solving media planning optimization tasks in the context of information management programs.
Pranghishvili I.V., Ostrovsky Yu.I. Improving Population’s Effective Demand for Domestics by Using Internal Means of Payment (pp. 56-59)
Abstract. The relationship between economy development and population’s paying capacity as well as the ousting of domestic products by the foreign ones are discussed. For improving population’s effective demand and protecting domestic manufacturers, it’s proposed to apply internal media of exchange for partial payment for domestic merchandise. Such means of payment should not be exchanged for domestic or foreign currency and can be implemented in the form of microprocessor bank cards.