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Issued from 2013.

4 December 30, 2015

1. Valery G. Bondur, Viktor Ya. Tsvetkov
New Scientific Direction of Space Geoinformatics

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 118-126.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2015.10.118CrossRef

The article reveals the contents of the new scientific direction of space geoinformatics. This article describes the location of space geoinformatics among other sciences. The article shows the importance of space geoinformatics in the formation of the scientific world. This article describes the differences and similarities between the Geoinformatics and Space Geoinformatics. This article describes the differences and similarities between the space geoinformatics and remote sensing. The article introduces a new type of data and the new term "integrated remote sensing data." The article shows the advantage these data for solving complex problems.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1453129627.pdf
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2. Konstantin N. Makarov, Aleksandr V. Ivanov, Anastasiya A. Gorlova,
Port Areas and Approach Channels Sinoimeri by Rivers Sediment Transport

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 127-139.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2015.10.127CrossRef

When designing ports, one important task is to predict sinoimeri port areas and approach channels sandy or pebbly silt. On the basis of this forecast are determined by the methods of protection from sinoimeri, as well as the frequency and volume of maintenance dredging works. Out at sea the river flow becomes turbulent inertial jet. Friction on the bottom and the interaction with sea water leads to an overall reduction of jet velocity and its spreading. An important regularity is also spreading muddy river flow on the surface of the denser seawater. This creates conditions for rapid deposition of large fractions of the sediment on the bottom. The bulk of the sediment particles larger than 5 mm is deposited on the surface of the river bar and further transported along the shore wave energy currents. Outside of the bar shall be made only fine-grained material. The particle size of sediment deposited on the bottom outside of the bar decreases sharply with depth. Thus, sinoimeri of harbors and access channels is mainly suspended river sediments. To calculate the distribution of the river flow, in the coastal zone in the presence of long chore currents developed a special method that implements the theory of turbulent planar jet in a drifting thread. The solid portion of the jet flow that enters the waters of the port or channel as a result of increasing depth and, consequently, reduce turbidity settles, causing shoaling waters. The example of calculation of sinoimeri berth 1a in the port of Tuapse by solid flow of Tuapse river.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1453129720.pdf
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3. Igor N. Rozenberg
Information Reception in Information and Cognitive Systems

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 140-148.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2015.10.140CrossRef

This article describes the reception of information in the analysis of complex data structures and information collections. The article describes the main mechanism for the reception of information: a cognitive filter. The article explains the content of the cognitive model as a four-level model. Cognitive model includes two information models: semantic and communication. The article introduces new concepts: the receptor and receptor assay control. These concepts are useful for cognitive systems. The article explains the content of the concept of cognitive system.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1453129794.pdf
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4. Viktor Ya. Tsvetkov
The Cognitive Modeling with the Use of Spatial Information

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 149-158.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2015.10.149CrossRef

The article arranges cognitive modeling techniques with the use of spatial information. The article examines the main areas of cognitive modeling. The article shows the contradiction between the problem of cognitive modeling and its implementation currently. The article demonstrates the importance of geo-information and spatial models for cognitive modeling. This article describes the feature of human perception of image information. The article shows the importance of human perception for spatial modeling. It describes the content of an illustrative and cognitive function of computer graphics. The article proves the need for increased research in cognitive modeling through the use of methods of psychology and artificial intelligence. These studies contribute to the development of modeling of cognitive processes. The article shows the importance of cognitive modeling at remote research.

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