The closed piecewise uniform string revisited
... transfer matrices and Chebyshev polynomials to get a closed formula for the eigenfrequencies. We calculate vacuum and free energy as well as the entropy of this system in two approaches, one using contour integration and another one using a Hurwitz zeta function. The latter results in a representation in terms of finite sums over polynomials. Several limiting cases are considered as well, for instance, the high-temperature expansion, which is expressed in terms of the heat kernel coefficients. The vacuum ...
Development of musical hearing during education at different musical departments
... that is familiar to you — voice, but not instruments, the percentage of vocalists with good interval perception of sounds (relative music ear) is also high.
1. Hyde K. L., Lerch J., Norton A. et al. The Effects of Musical Training on Structural ... ... 2009. Vol. 1169. P. 182—186.
2. Herholz S., Zatorre R. Musical training as a framework for brain plasticity: Behavior, function, and structure // Neuron. 2012. Vol. 76 (1). Р. 486—502.
3. Trainor L., Shahin A., Roberts L. Understanding the ...
Mathematical model of transportation of relativistic electronic beams. Analogy to the equations of gas dynamics
Analytical comparison of hyperbolic system consists of four equations for moments of the distribution function of relativistic electron beam (REB), the modeling transportation processes in the gas environment and the equations of gas dynamics of ideal polytropic gas was carried out. The found analogy between these models allowed to specify mathematical ...
Functions of syntactic structures in the context of jakobson’s model of communication
... author employs the principles and techniques of linguopoetic analysis and the methodology of constructing a communicative act, which was developed in the works of Vinogradov, Shcherba, Jakobson and Lotman and others. Special attention is paid to the functional potential of syntactic forms in relation to lyrics. The concept of artistic communication has been clarified. In this study, it is understood as an interaction between the writer and the reader in the process of interpreting a poetic work. The poetic function of syntactic means is ...
Universal professional activity functions of foreign language and culture specialists
This paper sets out to examine the potential value of universal professional activity functions of foreign language and culture specialists in relation to a new resultative quality of their professional education and professional development. The purpose of revealing the functions is to prove the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional ...
Public law entities and the theory of the subjects of law
... recognizes the legal standing of the juridical person (public law entity). The author performed a comparative semantic analysis of the terminology and used a formal method of legal research revealing the constitutional foundations of the representational functions of public law entities in public relations. Many legal scholars have demonstrated the fallacy of separate terms in public law and have drawn attention to the increasing number of arbitrary provisions in public legislation. In their works, they have noted a growing number of fictitious ...
Age-related changes in the structural and functional properties of skin
... trunk and extremities: a new concept // Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 1991. P. 1009—1018.
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personal identification, skin chronoaging, biological age, age-related changes, morphology, functional diagnostics.
In search of the text generating structure: Jakobson’s theory of the poetic function of language
... between mental and language structures, and the relevance of the identification of text structure as a relatively stable set of relations for the analysis of sense-making and text generation. Exploring the concept of literariness, Jakobson reveals a system ... ... bessoznatel'noe [Language and the Unconscious]. Moscow, pp. 181—183 (in Russ.).
Maklakova, N. V., 2010. “Parallelism” and “poetic function” by R. Jakobson in the theory of repetition. Izvestiya Rossiiskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo universiteta ...
The Innovation-Promoting and Economic Functions of the State: An Analysis of Interrelations (the Case of the Republic of Belarus)
... to the major problem of national economic development lies in the employment of advanced technology. I identify the areas where the innovative function of the state overlaps with its economic subfunctions. I propose and validate a logical model for relations between the innovation-promoting and economic functions of the state.
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On the Semiotic Model of Image
... proposed to be defined as a complex sign (two-level hypoicon- metaphor), which has a certain “primary” sign as its sign vehicle that represents the object constituted by all the facts (cases of semiosis) that are similar to that primary sign. Three key functions of the image are defined: a) the memory function (the accumulation of semiotic experience inherent in a certain discourse), b) the transfer function (transmission (synchronic and diachronic) of semiotic experience from one discourse to another),...
Role visual models of the functional hybrid intelligent system with the heterogeneous visual field
... homogeneous and heterogeneous problem, an autonomous and integrated method, an element that is an expert of collective intelligence, a functional hybrid intelligent system that is artificial collective intelligence. The proposed models are the basis for visual ... ... dynamically synthesize an integrated model and method over heterogeneous model and visual fields and simulate the cooperation, relativity and complementarity of collective intelligence for finding solutions on verbal-symbolic and visual-shaped languages....
Ontogenetic Dynamics of Hydrocortisone Quantitative Content of the Common Octopus Octopus vulgaris, Lamark (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae)
... dynamics of the hydrocortisone steroid hormone in different organs and tissues in the course of the common octopus ontogenesis. The author detects general patterns of its quantitative distribution in the octopus organism and formulates a hypothesis on the functional significance of hydrocortisone in the examined tissues of mollusks.
Hydrocortisone level is one of the most important organizers of general adaptation syndrome in the organisms of vertebrates under different forms of stress. It may be also ...
The endocrine function organization in flatworms
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Structural and Functional Characteristics of the Spatial Development of Rural and Urban Areas in the Northwestern Economic District
... development of the region (theoretical aspect)], Geograficheskij vestnik [Geographic bulletin], no. 1—2, p. 15—22.
Northwestern economic district, spatial development, regional population distribution systems, forces of production, functional relations
The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... section on the deduction of categories and Kant’s concept of apperception. Accordingly, the author seeks to clarify the purpose of each of the above-mentioned faculties and to establish their inter-relationship. To this end the author analyses the functional roles of consciousness, self-consciousness and apperception in solving the main tasks of the first Critique. It turns out that consciousness is a reflexive cognitive capacity which provides access to representations in our soul and allows us ...
Parliament and law-making: modern understanding of the role of parliamentary procedures and laws in transforming society
... policy in the sphere of legal norms. The author has identified the reasons for a decrease in trust to parliaments, which no longer play a decisive role in the division of power, being forced aside by the executive authorities. Today the regulatory function of parliament is narrowed to the elaboration of legislation regulating, widely speaking, the standing of both individuals and corporations in all kinds of public relations. The author has proposed to focus the legislative activity of Parliament on the creation of basic norms and principles that outline the framework of public relations rather than elaborating legal acts regulating many spheres at large. The author ...
Concepts of social support: positive and negative effects of social relations in the context of subjective well-being of a human being
This article describes the basic negative and positive effects of social relations of a person in the context of their subjective well-being on the basis of international publications, which have not ... ... authors present their own typology of positive and negative effects of social support in situations of normal and abnormal social functioning of an individual.
Berkman L., Glass T.,
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From social integration to health: ...
Eastern Europe. On the centenary of the political project
... against the interests of all participants of the political process. A number of meth¬ods, including the historical and structural functional analyses and the system ap¬proach are used in the study. The central hypothesis is that, as a political project, Intermarium ... ... eco¬nomic conditions. This article is a step in this direction.
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The foreign policy of Poland and the Kaliningrad region in 1989—2012
... changes brought about by the collapse of the Yalta-Potsdam order resulted in Poland redefine the priorities of its foreign policy. One of the most important challenges for the Polish diplomacy after 1989 was the development of economic and political relations with the Russian Federation. Cross-border cooperation between Poland and the Kaliningrad Region is conducted, inter alia, through euroregional structures functioning in the border areas. The analysis of this issue is vital for further cooperation in the Polish-Russian borderland, especially after the conclusion of the local border traffic agreement in 2012. The authors come to a conclusion that the implementation ...
An escape from the embrace of politics. A study into the cultures of remembrance as a means to encourage a historical dialogue in Lithuanian-Russian relations
This article focuses on the factors inhibiting a productive rethinking of the past in contemporary Lithuanian-Russian relations. The rethinking of the past is understood as a process facilitating the reconsideration of historical meanings through ... ... historical research — as an important tool for encouraging the co-existence of communities —should fulfil certain social functions. Having chosen the Lithuanian-Russian communication space as a case, the author emphasizes the need to develop an interest ...
Geopolitical transformation of the Kaliningrad oblast of the Russian Federation
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Diachronic changes in the system of adversary conjunctions of the French language
... towards analyticism in the language. Two non-identical ways of using new adversative units are established, which are functional equivalents of the adversative сoordinator mais ‘but’. The author defines the assimilation of the semantic ... ... F. de. Remarques sur la langue françoise. Réimpr.: P., 1647. Genève, 1970.
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Theatrical interpretation of a literary work from the standpoint of semiotic creativity
... identity of the original content and its modulations. The author singled out the level of pragmatic equivalence and the level of pragmatic modulation, which account for different pragmatic effects produced and illustrated the realization of the poetic function of a sign in a multimodal discourse.
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Kant über inneren Sinn, Zeitanschauung und Selbstaffektion
The aim of this research is to explore what relations self-affection bears to the intuitions of inner sense. I propose that self-affection makes some contribution to formal intuitions and empirical consciousness by arguing that the functions of self-affection consist respectively in conceptualising and conscious-making. I begin by examining Kant’s concept of inner sense and point out that inner sense as a receptive faculty depends on self-affection. In so doing, I emphasise that ...
Functional and semantic characteristics of emotive and perceptual vocabulary in hagiography of Nikolay Yaponskiy.
... linguistic consciousness. The complex approach offered in the works of S. P. Lopushanskaya served as the basis for analyzing the language material. It examines the intralinguisitic systemic analysis of language unit structures, paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations at various levels of the language hierarchy, and their functional application in various contexts.
The criteria for selecting lexical units with perceptual semantics as well as their pattern of use are determined by the language system peculiarities and current ideas of holiness. The paper reviews the ...
Literary communication: from semiotic models to a theory of linguistic aesthetics
... Lotman, Eco, Novikov, and Zolyan. The emphasis is laid on the models of the sign and the corresponding models of semiosis in relation to literary systems. The concept of literary communication is given a new definition; it refers to the interaction of ... ... Moscow (in Russ.).
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Sustainable development of the city territorial capital: adaptive policy through the geography of knowledge
When knowledge is a paramount resource, the effective management of its accumulation, use, and transfer becomes the most important function, which enables to assess and monitor the ability of territorial innovation systems to generate new scientific knowledge. While the commercialization of knowledge in the territorial context is primarily considered at the regional level as part ...
Young ‘s body mass index and its im¬pact on the frequency and variability of the heart rhythm at quiet and after phy¬sical load
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Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
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Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language: style vs discourse
Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language are related to qualitative (changing the language functional styles) and quantitative (the emergence of new styles) transformations. The author explores the correlation of styles and different types of discourse as communicative speech formations. Special attention is given to the cognitive and awareness ...
The Conjunction Functions of the Particle tolko: A Conjunction Particle vs a Conjunction Analogue
... the functional and grammatical status of the lexical units studied: the particle, the conjunction particle, and the conjunction analogue. The conjunction behaviour of a particle can be manifested to a greater or lesser degree. The particle/conjunction relation forms a gradient. In an utterance, the lexeme studied fulfils either the primary function of a logical and modal particle or the secondary one of a conjunction. In the latter case, the lexeme becomes a conjunction particle or a conjunction analogue. The author proposes a new method for differentiating between a conjunction particle ...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... frazeologizmov. Obraztsy slovarnykh statei [Mock-up of the dictionary entry for the Automated explanatory-ideographic dictionary of Russian phraseologisms. Samples of entries]. Moscow, pp. 96—98.
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On the application of aspect bades approach method to semantic-funktional description of complex subordinate closes
... Complex subordinate clauses. This approach envisages the analysis of the
clauses in two directions. The first one is the systematic-language approach, the second one is the speech approach. The article gives seven aspects of the clause organization and functioning that reveal complex relationships of semantic and structural parameters constituting specifics of Complex clauses.
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Some characteristics of functioning of the ecosystem “predator-victim” on the basis of the data of the Kaliningrad region
Quantitative mechanisms of development and functioning of ecosystems, which can be decrypted by the constructing models, which are the integrated method to represent, both evolution this systems, and relations between them are determined.
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Understanding scientific texts on the basis of modelling semantic links: theoretical foundations of the conception
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Cognitive and linguistic aspects of forming of event-driven concepts
The term event-driven concept is analyzed in the dynamic process of its tructuring in a recipient's consciousness; the functional semantico-syntactical frame of event-driven concepts with various categorial functional relations between the participants of corresponding events is shown and the linguodidactic aspect of the use of even-driven concept derivation theory for concepts of event-driven nature is demonstrated.
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On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
... that is related to non-poetic communication interprets such links based on the examples of PR and advertising discourses. The particular "poetic" use of language is, of course, most obvious in poetry, but a broad understanding of the poetic function allows us to speak of the "poetic in the non-poetic". In the segment of the article related to non-poetical communication, linguistic representations of emotions and techniques for creating "referential illusions" are considered on the example of PR-discourse and advertising discourse. Attention is focused on discursive transformations ...
Normal range of liver stiffness measurement in healthy people
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Kaliningrad region: coastal position as a geographical factor of economic development
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Security in the Baltic region as a Projection of Global Confrontation between Russia and the USA
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Parental support and psychological health of children and adolescents
This article describes the features of parental support as a socio-psychological phenomenon and its relation to psychosomatic health (depression, anxiety, and somatization) in children and adolescents. The author presents a probability structural- functional model of parental support covering its content, components, and functions. Congruity, accessibility, and complementarity are suggested as efficiency criteria.
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The US ballistic missile defence policy in the Baltic and Nordic regions
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Kant on evil in the human nature
... moral requirements. The author analyses the reasons behind Kant’s exclusion of sensibility as a possible ground for morals relating to its subjectivity. The negative effect of sensibility of human behaviour emphasised by Kant is critically analysed.... ... and material sensibility and objective and formal reason, Kant gives preference to reason as the ground for morals. In this function, reason should be necessarily interpreted as reason connected with good will. The consideration of this principle of ...
Ports of Eastern Baltic and Russian transit policy: competition and cooperation
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German spiritual lyrics in the allusive space of Clemens Brentano’s fairy tales
The article analyzes the features of the allusions functioning in German spiritual lyrics in the tales by Clemens Brentano. The author's strategy of introducing allusions to the ... ... allegorization of a fairy-tale space; secularization of spiritual lyrics in a fairy-tale space; creation of a network of intertextual relations; an increment of the original meaning to an allusive basis. There are cases of carnival parodying of spiritual lyrics ...
Kantian Rationality in the Philosophy of Science. Report of the First Conference of the Kantian Rationality Lab.
... the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (IKBFU) in Kaliningrad. Fifteen participants from different countries discussed aspects of the Kantian understanding of science and the roles of reason in it: the unity, difference, and systematicity of the functions of reason in science, as they are revealed in Kant’s discussions of criteria of scientificity, the classification of sciences, or methods of theoretical and experimental research in specific sciences. The topics discussed fell into two broad ...
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Typology of small towns in the western borderland regions of Russia
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Spatial structure and development of settlements in the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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