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Computer-aided sociological data-analysis tools that form the basis of modern empirical sociological surveys are considered. The tools include methods of statistical analysis and tools for computer-aided support of scientific studies and intelligent data analysis.
A new approach to the multidimensional assessment of research organizations is introduced. Based on the use of quantitative data, various types of research and development results are considered in the approach.
The project elaboration of the configuration and mathematical model of distributed blockchain data storage, blockchain applications for implementing various information technologies, and blockchain requirements that stem from its analytical and structural features are considered.
A rationale is provided for the importance of assessing the availability, volumes, and relevance of scientific and technical information (STI) on content-aggregator websites. It is suggested that STI be classified into two groups: scientific information and engineering/technical information....
In the first part of this paper (STI, Ser. 2, 2017, No. 11, pp. 11–25), we considered four types of strategies in JSM reasoning that contain predicates M
(V,X,Y) to generate hypotheses with a ternary causality relations. This paper investigates quasi-axiomatic theories (QAT), whose...
This paper addresses the problem of designing an attribute-based search subsystem when integrating an identity management (IDM) system with modern complex systems (e.g., enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems) that have granular access control. When implementing integration solutions with a...
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