KarachayCherkessia State University. WJ. Aliyev
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This article analyzes the boundary problem model of transport of binary electrolyte membrane systems in the approximation of Ohm's law. Different methods of solution are proposed

THE INFLUENCE OF PROCRASTINATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXECUTIVE ACTIVITY IN ADOLESCENCE
19.00.00 Psychological sciences
DescriptionThe article analyzes the possible causes and development of procrastination of adolescent’s executive activity. The basic patterns of occurrence and development of procrastination in the separation from the parents process are revealed

HISTORY OF THE DONETS RIDGE PETROPHYTIC VEGETATION STUDY (A REVIEW ARTICLE)
DescriptionThe article reveals historical aspect of the Donets Ridge petrophytic vegetation study. The stages of formation of concepts and terms in the typology of vegetation of the rocky outcrops of the steppe zone

MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF RESEARCH OF INVERSE DYNAMIC ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe article continues the cycle of their studies associated with the formulation and development of methods of construction of nonnegative solutions of inverse problems for dynamic systems. In practice, we have developed and tested mathematical models of dynamic systems. The basis of these models was based on the apparatus of linear algebra, mathematical analysis, mathematical programming, differential equations, optimization methods, optimal control theory, probability theory, stochastic processes, operations research, game theory, statistical analysis. The inverse problem in various models of mathematical Economics was considered rare. These tasks were sufficiently well investigated in the study of physical processes. As shown by the analysis of the theoretical and applied studies of economic processes they represent considerable interest for practice. Therefore, the article considered the inverse problem of the mathematical model, as shown already introduced the results of other mathematical models, are of considerable interest in applied and theoretical research. In this article the authors formulated and investigated the inverse problem for dynamical systems zeroorder and the model of Keynes. For their solution, the authors propose to build a system of algebraic equations, then, using methods of quadratic programming, to find the best average of mean square estimation of the model parameter, which are defined in MS Excel

01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe article presents a mathematical model of the effect on ion transport electro convection salt in nonsmooth camera channel desalting electro dialysis apparatus in the presence of forced convection. The basic rules of process of electro convection are revealed

ABOUT A CORRECTNESS OF THE PROBLEM OF DESCRIBING DISPERSION OF AN IMPURITY IN TURBULENT ATMOSPHERE
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe review of resolvability of the beginningboundary problem describing dispersion of an impurity in turbulent atmosphere, correctness of mathematical models, describing impurity dispersion in atmosphere and Koshi’s problem, the first right problem, the third right problem is given in the article

INVERSE PROBLEM MODELS OF THE SAMUELSON–HICKS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe article continues the cycle of their studies associated with the formulation and development of methods of construction of nonnegative solutions of inverse problems for dynamic systems. In this article the authors formulated and investigated inverse problems for dynamic systems: model of Samuelsson– Hicks. The technique of constructing nonnegative solutions of the studied inverse problems. This method is based on the following scheme of the solution. First, we have to identify the formulation of the direct problem, then the formulation of the inverse. This work investigates how correct the mathematical models describing the dynamic economic system are. Further, in the specified tabular solutions of the direct problem, we have built a system of algebraic equations containing the unknown estimated parameters of the studied model. Then posed inverse problem is reduced to solution of a problem of quadratic programming, the solutions of which are defined in MS Excel. The theoretical material is accompanied by the specific example

THE INVERSE PROBLEM OF A REPRODUCTION MODEL OF NATIONAL INCOME
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn practice, there were developed and tested some mathematical models of balance relationships (balance model), economic growth, expanding economy, labour market, theories of consumption, production, competitive equilibrium models of the economy in conditions of imperfect competition and others. The basis of these models were based on linear algebra, mathematical analysis, mathematical programming, differential equations, optimization methods, optimal control theory, probability theory, stochastic processes, operations research, game theory, statistical analysis. The inverse problem in various models of mathematical Economics was considered quite rare. These tasks were sufficiently investigated in the study of physical processes. As shown by the analysis of the theoretical and applied studies of economic processes, they represent considerable interest for practice. Therefore, the considered in the study inverse problems of the mathematical model, as it is shown by the already introduced results of other mathematical models, are of considerable interest in applied and theoretical research. In this article, the authors have formulated and investigated an inverse problem for a model of economic growth. For its solution the authors propose to build a system of algebraic equations, using a reproduction model of national income; then, using methods of quadratic programming, to find the best average quadratic estimates of the model parameter

THE INVERSE PROBLEM OF OPTIMAL ONESTEP AND MULTISTEP FILTERING OF MEASUREMENT ERRORS IN THE VECTOR
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn practice, we often encounter the problem of determining a system state based on results of various measurements. Measurements are usually accompanied by random errors; therefore, we should not talk about the definition of the system state but its estimation through stochastic processing of measurement results. In the monograph by E. A. Semenchina and M. Z. Laipanova [1] it was investigated for onestep filtering of the measurement errors of the vector of demand in balance model of Leontiev, as well as multistage optimal filtering of measurement errors of the vector of demand. In this article, we have delivered and investigated the inverse problem for the optimal onestep and multistep filtering of the measurement errors of the vector of demand. For its solution, the authors propose the method of conditional optimization and using given and known disturbance to determine (estimate) the matrix elements for onestep filtering of measurement errors and for multistage filtration: for given variables and known disturbance to determine the elements of the matrix. The solution of the inverse problem is reduced to the solution of constrained optimization problems, which is easily determined using in MS Excel. The results of the research have been outlined in this article, they are of considerable interest in applied researches. The article also formulated and the proposed method of solution of inverse in a dynamic Leontiev model

01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThis article describes a mathematical model of transport of salt ions in a cell with a rotating disk cation exchange membrane at transcendent current regimes, taking into account electroconvection. Based on this model, we had a theoretically study of the process of transfer of salt ions and the dependence of the thickness of the diffusion layer from the fall of potential. This article is a continuation of [8] and [9], it conducted a numerical analysis of boundary value problem for a system of equations NernstPlanckPoisson and NavierStokes equations, modeling the transport of salt ions in a cylindrical cell with a rotating disc cation exchange membrane based on electroconvection. It is shown there is an electroconvection vortex in the center of the membrane disc. The solution flows around this vortex and forms a stagnation zone in front of it. With the increase in the size of the fall of potential, the electroconvective vortex decreases and at some value, the electroconvective vortex disappears. The study was conducted in the 1000 s when the angular velocity of 30 turns in a minute and change of the potential difference of 0.2V to 1.4V with a step 0.1. As a result, in this study it is shown that the thickness of the diffusion layer is practically linearly dependent on the fall of potential. The linear dependence of the thickness of diffusion layer from the fall of potential, in the first approximation, is disturbed by a slight deflection curve, the causes of which are needed to be found by means of extra experiments