The fifth wave of the European Union enlargement: pro et contra
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Perspectives of Euroregions with Russian Participation in Terms of Changes in the EU Regional Policy
... development of cross-border cooperation with non-EU countries. The article outlines the main obstacles for the development of euroregions at the EU-Russia border and arrives at the conclusion that their future depends on the success of the Russia-EU integration process in general.
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About the application of 5G technology in the automa-tion of power distribution networks
The paper considers the features of the application of 5G technology in the electric power complex — in automated systems of distribution networks, relay protection and monitoring systems. Special attention is paid to the analysis of the problems arising in this case in technical standards, network security issues, ensuring the necessary coverage areas. The prospects of integration of 5G technology and power distribution networks are analyzed.
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Societal security in the Baltic Sea Region: the Russian perspective
... Europe or Old? Rodopi, New York.
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Valuating the appropriation of digital technologies across Russian regions
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Global value chains in the age of uncertainty: advantages, vulnerabilities, and ways for enhancing resilience
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Film dialogue as an auto-adaptation of a literary text (on the «Room» shooting script, 2015)
... an original literary text. The focus on the issue of adaptation of a literary text for further film production is motivated by the fact that this problem does not find sufficient reflection in modern research and linguistic-wise it does not have an integrated approach. The issue of film adaptation within the scope of linguistic analysis is regarded as not widely studied or understood, however, it seems to be promising for the research that can be taken systematically.
Film dialogue is seen ...
Statistical analysis of tourism flows between Ukraine and the Baltic Sea Region countries in 2012—2019
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22. Slyvenko, V. A. 2014, Influence of European integration processes on Baltic countries tourism market development, The Bulletin of the Dnipropetrovsk University. Series: Management of Innovations, no. 3, p. 93—99. doi: 10.15421/191414 (in Ukr.).
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Opportunities for sustainable economic development of the coastal territories of the Baltic Sea Region in the context of digital transformation
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Functions of syntactic structures in the context of jakobson’s model of communication
... emotive, phatic, conative, referential and metacommunicative functions of syntactic constructions are revealed. The author demonstrates the breadth of the functional spectrum of syntactic units in poetic discourse. The semantics of sentences is an integral part of the semantic structure of a poetic text. Poetic syntax, closely related to the melody, metrics and composition of the poetic text, plays a key role in creating rhythm. In Yevgeny Boratynsky's poem, the ‘twilight’ syntax with its ...
Latvian policy on the Russian-language education
The article studies the development of Russian-language school education in independent Latvia from 1992 to 2020, as well as the process of reforming this system by official authorities. At the time of declaration of independence and withdrawal from the USSR, a bilingual education system which was formed in Latvia, made it possible to get education at all levels (from kindergarten to technical school and university) in both Latvian and Russian languages. The rise to power in the 1990s. nationalist...
The closed piecewise uniform string revisited
... the section. We consider the spectrum using 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 ...
The European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region and accomplishments
... internal sea of the European Union. This fact no doubt strengthened the cooperation of the countries in the region. In many spheres, these ties take the form of networking. The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region is an important stimulus for further integrations. The objective of the article is to identify changing trends and the structural transformation in the Baltic integration process instigated by the implementation of this strategy. The document contains common goals, which strengthen cooperation ...
Project approach in transboundary tourism-and-recreation region building: the case of Karelia
... Kaisto, V. 2018, Cross-border knowledge transfer and innovation in the European neighbourhood: tourism cooperation at the Finnish-Russian border, Tourism management, no. 68, p. 140—151.
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Institutional approach to assessing the transition to a circular economy: the case of the Kaliningrad region
... Re-defining the concepts of waste and waste management: Evolving the Theory of Waste Management, University of Oulu Oulu, 166 p.
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Innovation performance of Russia’s Northwestern regions: a comparative evaluation
... Drukerovskij vestnik [Drucker’s bulletin], no. 6 (20), p. 163—182. doi:
E. A. Tretyakova, A. A. Noskov
innovations, innovative development, innovative activity, composite indicator, integral index, interregional comparisons, regional economy
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
... 1927. Sein und Zeit. Tübingen.
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On the problem of modeling the strategic behavior of states in geoeconomics
... rationality of the state economic behavior should be considered through the correlation of goals, available resources and the planning prospects. The proposed theoretical construct is postulated as the basis for a new interdisciplinary research program that integrates the institutional-evolutionary economics and behavioural economics.
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Academic and professional discourse in higher professional education and the literacy concept
... гуманистического дискурса учителя-логопеда в дополнительном профессиональном образовании : автореф. дис. … канд. пед. наук. Красноярск, 2014.
15. Literacy in 3D: An Integrated Perspective in Theory and Practice / ed. by B. Green, C. Beavis. Camberwell, Victoria, 2012.
Shapoval I. A.
discourse, sociolinguistics, pragmalinguistics, academic and professional discourse, academic-discursive Self, literacy, competence
Moscow and its region: structural and functional transformations
... identifies the main trends as Moscow’s dependence on global geopolitical transformations, growing spatial and other forms of mobility resulted in a decline of its population’s reflection. At the same time, the Greater Moscow is being shaped through the integration of Moscow and its ‘periphery’, a gap between the rich and poor is widening, and the phenomenon of a ’Deep Russia’ independent form Moscow is emerging. Such mega-cities usually see their ‘periphery’ as the supply of a labor force ...
Features of connecting measuring devices with the software package Matlab
The paper describes an algorithm for integrating digital measuring devices with a personal computer as part of a multifunctional instrument complex for using the resources of the Matlab application software package for recording and processing received signals. The basic device is a ...
... of the structure in which we work. Second, the proof requires a record of all previous steps. The article describes an algorithm for achieving a new implementation of zk-SNARK using elliptic curve cryptography, field structure features, and proof integrity. In practice, this implementation is a recursive composition of the proof, while generating keys for any size of calculations carries constant memory costs. Subsequently, the entire process of proof is solely multiplicative constant costs ...
Secure sending of messages over the mesh network based on bluetooth
... the important details of Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy technologies, using which you can solve some of the problems described. Next, we briefly describe elliptic curve cryptography and choose a specific curve for it. We build an Elliptic Curve Integrated Encryption Scheme based on the elliptic curves key exchange and various crypto primitives that allows exchanging protected information using symmetric encryption. We also describe the processes of encryption and decryption of messages ...
Using CRM system to analyze the efficiency of bank employees
... working with Bank clients to analyze the efficiency of Bank employees. An analysis of the CRM system functions was performed, from which about 20 attributes were obtained for forming the employee profile and by which it is possible to calculate its integral efficiency.
Tkachenko S.N., Kutsenko E.A.
digital profile, bank, CRM system, efficiency
The noun visilka: a semantic portrait and a system of multiple meanings (based on police search documentation of the second half of the 19th century)
This article is devoted to one of the important aspects of studying the Russian business language of the second half of the 19th century — the formation of the lexical meaning of the noun visilka (exile, expulsion), typical of the police procedure documentation of the time. The author discovered business texts of this type in the funds of the State Archive of the Tyumen region, the State Archive of the Omsk region, and the State Archive of the Irkutsk region. All texts date back to the late 19th...
Comparative analysis of the epistemological language in translation
... deeper, conceptual level. The article contains numerous examples from the works of Immanuel Kant translated into English as well as the data from multilingual translation corpora which are used to describe translation-relevant aspects of conceptual integration in philosophical discourse.
Connoly, W. E., 1983. “Essentially Contested Concepts.” The Terms of Political Discourse, 2nd ed. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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Work-life balance during the Covid-19 outbreak: the case of Latvia
... vulnerability // Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2020. Vol. 117, № 28. P. 16118—16120.
7. Buheji M., Cunha K. The Extent of COVID-19 Pandemic Socio-Economic Impact on Global Poverty // A Global Integrative Multidisciplinary Review. 2020. Vol. 10, № 4. P. 213—224.
8. Nassif-Pires L., de Lima Xavier L., Masterson T. et al. Pandemic of inequality (Economics public policy brief archive). N. ...
Method for estimating the width of a domain wall from a signal generated by a domain wall when passing through a measuring coil
The formula for the emf Faraday induction from a domain wall moving in a microwire is derived. The time derivative of the magnetic flux in the measuring coil is expressed through a five-fold integral over the wall volume and over the coil section surface. The resulting expression is compared with those obtained previously with a simplified description of the measurement objects.
Vereshchagin M. D., Kuzyryatsky A. V.
domain wall, ...
Kant’s Asynchronicity Concerning Newtonian Space and Gravity in his Pre-Critical Writings
... Kant’s struggle with the central Newtonian concepts. Newtonian space and gravity, in revised form, are of central concern to Kant’s critical philosophy. But Kant adapted and re-evaluated these two concepts in an asynchronous way. While Kant tries to integrate a notion of gravity into his theory of matter in his very first published writing, he has at this stage no adequate notion of space. At this time, as in regard to space, he can neither be called a Newtonian nor a proper Leibnizian and misconceives ...
On digitalization of the Kaliningrad region as an economic security element
Digital technologies, which have received rapid development in recent years, are increasingly integrated into modern economic and social processes. The course towards digitalization taken by most countries is determined by the onset of a new digital era, when knowledge and information are the most important resources of the economy and are the ...
Geographical structure and dynamics of foreign trade relations of the Republic of Crimea with the border countries and economic security issues
... Russian Federation. The article describes the transformation of the geographical structure of the Crimean foreign trade relations in the context of modern geo-economic and geopolitical processes. «Turn to the East» and Russia's participation the integration processes of «Greater Eurasia» are found to have an impact on the foreign trade of the Republic of Crimea. Special attention is given to the Republic's position in the foreign trade relations in the Greater Black Sea region. The article ...
Transnational tourist destination management: a case study of the Baltic sea region
... enough attention. The development of transnational destinations can occur provided there is close cooperation among key stakeholders. In the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) conditions for effective cooperation were created at the end of the 20th century when integration processes intensified. Currently, the BSR is the first macro-region of the European Union to implement a transnational strategy, in which tourism is recognised as a development priority. Creating an effective tourist destination management ...
Ethno-confessional immigrant ghettos as a national security problem in Denmark’s social and political discourse
... between the host society and Muslim immigrant minorities as a potential threat to Denmark’s national security caused by a combination of political, social, and economic factors. The ensuing social disunity and violation of the country’s territorial integrity take the problem to a regional and international level. Through analysing public speeches of Danish social and political actors, this article reconstructs key stages in the development of parallel societies in Denmark. Another focus is official ...
Development of a web-application for interaction of in-terested stakeholders in the life cycle of a residential house
... building are considered, the interface of the web-application and the functionality for linking the database with the modules of this application are developed.
Markov A. V., Magel A. P.
stakeholders, web-interface, client–server, database, integrated development environment
Clusters in the system of economic and innovation development of agriculture in the Rostov Region and the Krasnodar Region
The issue of regional development involves the study of growth drivers in a competitive, innovative and open environment. In these conditions, cluster forms of integration are considered as centers of economic and innovative regional development. The article examines a specialized agro-industrial complex that is developing at the interregional level on the coast of the Azov and Black Seas — in the Krasnodar ...
From the Mediterranean to the Baltic: the problem of implementing the principle of solidarity in the EU area of immigration and asylum
... to consider the legal and political aspects of the implementation of the principle of solidarity and fair sharing of responsibility in the area of immigration and asylum. This study relies on the works of Russian and international experts in European integration and European law and on the analysis of EU regulations. There are two dimensions to the implementation of the principle of solidarity: the political and legal ones. The legal perspective provides certain clarity to the issue. According to ...
A ‘Secret alliance’ or ‘Freedom from any alliances’? NATO accession debate in Sweden and Finland, 1991—2016
... on joining the bloc seems to be highly unlikely; even though after the Crimean events, the number of NATO supporters in the two countries increased, they remained a minority. The authors conclude that both countries are involved in a “creeping” integration with NATO after they have become actors of the EU defence strategy. There is a minimum probability of Sweden and Finland’s becoming full members of the Alliance. However, the traditional policy of neutrality of both countries is often compromised,...
The danish parliament as an actor of Denmark’s foreign policy towards the EU and Russia: a comparative analysis, 2005—2019
... relations with the EU, the EFTA, and Russia. The findings lead one to conclude that the Danish Parliament’s participation in the country’s foreign policy towards EU bodies is highly institutionalised and coherent, which can be explained by close integration of Danish political elites into European ones as well as by European processes being clear and predictable for Danish parliamentarians. The participation of the Parliament in Danish—Russian relations is less systematic and structured since ...
The concepts of citizenship and estate in Russian history — continuity and / or intermittence
... estates, titles and ranks. Under the 1918 Constitution of the RSFSR, the concept “class” became a legal term in Soviet Russia. Only “workers” received political rights and thus full citizenship. The official civil status or citizenship was an integral part of the ideology of workers and “exploited” classes as opposed to “non-working, bourgeois elements”. The idea of citizenship ceased to depend on territory and nationality. As a result, a group of people was legally deprived of citizenship ...
The concept “people” in the Cadet Party rhetoric
... to construct a political system based on the idea of popular sovereignty. In this sense, the Cadet ideology was revolutionary and implied a break from the Ancien régime. The “people” were not considered as some unique whole but rather as an integral part of humanity, developing together with it according to universal laws. The Cadet Party was considered by its supporters as a force representing the interests of the entire “people.” Cadet faction in the State Duma turned it into a popular ...
Socio-psychological factors provoking aggression in adolescents
... family, in their relations with peers, their social environment, as well as adolescents’ perception of themselves. It was found that the highest aggression among adolescents is caused by psychological pressure exerted on them, violation of personal integrity and lack of personality recognition. Teenagers are acutely aware of the injustice they see in the world, combined with the insensitive and inhumane attitudes of some people. Aggression in adolescents in most cases is a reaction to adverse social ...
Trouble in the Kingdom of Ends (Rev.: C. M. Korsgaard, Fellow Creatures: Our Obligations to the Other Animals. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 252 pp.)
... Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, pp. 77-110.
Korsgaard, C.M., 2008. The Constitution of Agency: Essays on Practical Reason and Moral Psychology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Korsgaard, C.M., 2009. Self-Constitution: Agency, Identity, and Integrity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Korsgaard, C.M., 2018. Fellow Creatures: Our Obligations to the Other Animals. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Regan, T., 1985. The Case for Animal Rights. In: P. Singer, ed. 1985. In Defense of Animals. Oxford: ...
Was heißt Fortschritt im Wissen? Gnoseotopische Überlegungen zur Aufklärung und ihren Folgen
... acknowledged since Antiquity and taken for granted for millennia of human history, the awareness of this ignorance becomes particularly problematic during the Enlightenment when irreducible yet systematically repressed elements of human ignorance were integrated into the epistemology of 18th-century rationalism. This article discusses the development in the shift from ignorance as a given to ignorance as a systematically reflected part of the conditions of human knowledge from a historical point of ...