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Sharif Guseynov and Eugene Kopytov

Complex Mathematical Models for Analysis, Evaluation and Prediction of Aqueous and Atmospheric Environment of Latvia

In present paper the authors consider the complete statements of initial-boundary problems for the modelling of various aspects of aqueous (3 models) and atmospheric systems (2 models) in Latvia. All the proposed models are described in terms of differential equations theory (using both ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations) and are regarded to be the evolutional models. Two of the three aqueous system models being studied are intended to describe the natural aquatic media ecosystems while the other models are aimed at studying environmental pollution processes.

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Eugene Kopytov and Dmitry Abramov

Multiple-Criteria Analysis and Choice of Transportation Alternatives in Multimodal Freight Transport System

In the paper the multimodal freight transportation system with a finite number of known alternatives, defined by the routes and modes, is considered. The objective of research is to suggest the approach for evaluation and choice the alternatives of cargo transportation. The following main tasks are considered: choice of indices characterizing efficiency of multimodal transportations, formation of optimization criteria of the multimodal freight transportation, construction of the model of the multimodal transportation system, calculation the performance criteria of cargo transportation. The study presents the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) as the most suitable approach for comparative evaluation of different routes and modes of cargo transportation.

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Eugene Kopytov, Alexander Urbach, Valery Kutev, Vladimir Labendik and Sergey Yunusov

Information Support System for Technology of Applying the Multi-Component Nano-Structured Protective Coatings

The given article considers the process of arranging informational support in carrying out experiments on applying the nanostructured protective covering on different materials. For nano-coverings coating, there is used special plant, which is given different modes of performance. For accounting all parameters and for accumulating the data, which characterize the results of the experiments, there is suggested an information system which employs the database designed for these purposes. The authors suggest an approach to defining the main requirements and functions of an information system on the basis of functional simulation and consider the issues of its realization. This information system also allows processing the results of the experiments with the use of statistical methods. The analytical module of the information system is supposed for solving the tasks of determining the thickness of covering depending on the specified mode of plant operation (pressure, voltage, current); it is also employed for determining what operation mode is required for receiving the covering with certain designated properties and parameters. Consequently, the task of scientific prognostication of the covering properties is solved.

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Irina Yatskiv, Eugene Kopytov, Domenico Casellato, Giuseppe Luppino and Rob McDonald


The development of the Public Transport (PT) services in the last decade is characterized by wide implementation of various information systems and technologies, which cover different transport services, such as traffic planning, traffic network monitoring, management of operation of PT fleets, providing information to the passengers, ticketing payment, etc. The article considers the research part of a large EU-funded project POLITE aimed at public transport sector and increasing the awareness of infomobility services and PT attractiveness through the application of identified Good Practices and Best Practices. The objective of this paper is presentation of the methodology of benchmarking and assessment of Good Practices and choice of the best one on the basis of the multi-criteria comparative analysis. For assessment of Good Practices the AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) method is applied.