Annotated Articles (2018 year)
System administrator №1-2, 2018
Optimization of recognition technology for streaming data
Povalyaev P.P., Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Master, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: The article presents the technology of data recognition with high speed. The system allows to significantly reduce the time spent on processing one frame, and also improves the quality of the result. To implement this technology, a low-level WebAssembly programming language was chosen, this application runs in the browser and is a portable abstract syntax tree. Scheme of work "client-server".mization were determined, its general features and application prospects were described.
Keywords: Recognition, computer vision, static images, streaming data, WebAssembly, data transfer, network disruption, cross-platform, text detection, localization, segmentation, client-server, frame-recruitment.
Designing a regional fragment of the federal system of e-democracy. Part 1. Technologies and practices for the implementation of the “digital economy” and “electronic democracy” in the Subjects of the Russian Federation
Manichev S.V., graduate student of Federal State Institution of Higher Education “Moscow Technological University”, email@example.com
Abstract: The article describes examples of successfully projects in the field of “digital economy” and “e-democracy” in terms of providing “electronic participation” of citizens in public administration, as well as laid the basis for designing the process of applying the Regional fragment of the federal e-democracy information system for use on mobile devices.
Keywords: Digital Economy, Electronic Democracy, E-participation, Smart Cities, Big Data.
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- “The Future is Coming: Cities Readiness Rating” // Pricewater-houseCoopers – Access mode: https://www.pwc.ru/en/assets/the-future-is-coming-english.pdf (date of circulation: 26.11.2017).
- Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 07.05.2012 No. 601 “On the main directions of improving the system of public administration”.
- The site of the Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications [Electronic resource] – Access mode: http://minsvyaz.ru/ru/ (date of circulation: 26.11.2017).
- The site of the project “Open government” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: http://open.gov.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
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- Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of 06.05.2008 № 632-r “On the approval of the Concept of the formation in the Russian Federation of electronic government until 2010”.
- Portal “Our city” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: http://gorod.mos.ru/ (date of circulation: 26.11.2017).
- Portal “Our St. Petersburg” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: http://gorod.gov.spb.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Portal “Dobrodel” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: https://dobrodel.mosreg.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Portal “Active citizen of the Republic of Buryatia” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: https://voting.govrb.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Virtual dispatching on housing and communal services [Electronic resource] – Mode of access: http://gkh.admsurgut.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Crowdsourcing platform of Moscow “Together” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: https://crowd.mos.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- The site “Russian public initiative” [Electronic resource] – Mode of access: https://www.roi.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Service “Active citizen” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: https://ag.mos.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
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- Vagin VV, Shapovalova NA Initiative budgeting and related practices [Text] // Financial analytics: problems and solutions − M.: OOO “Publishing house FINANCE and CREDIT – ISSN: 2073-4484 − p. 2-19.
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- “Your budget” [Electronic resource] // The site of the Committee of Finance of St. Petersburg – Access mode: https://new.fincom.gov.spb.ru/budget-for-citizens/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- “Electronic democracy of the Novosibirsk region” [Electronic resource] – Access mode: http://www.dem.nso.ru/ (date of circulation: 26.11.2017).
- Coverage map of the cellular communication of the territory of the Russian Federation [Electronic resource] // The site of the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation – Access mode: https://geo.minsvyaz.ru/ (reference date: 26.11.2017).
- Gavrilova N.V. Implementation of projects of participatory budgeting by means of the Internet [Text] // Bulletin of the Udmurt University, series “Economics and Law” – 2017 – p. 19 – 26
- Vagin VV, Gavrilova NV, Shapovalova NA Initiative budgeting: the international context of the Russian version [Text] // Financial Journal 2015, No. 3 (25) May-June – 2015 – p. 117-122.
- Methodological recommendations on the implementation of the principles and mechanisms of open government in the subjects of the Russian Federation [Electronic resource] // The Open Government website. – Access mode: http://open.gov.ru/openregion/ (reference date: August 12, 2015).
Analysis of the applicability of existing methods of information security risk assessment
Repin M.M., lecturer, Moscow Polytechnic University, direction “Information security”, firstname.lastname@example.org
Przhekotskaya E.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Faculty of Informatics and Management Systems, Head of the Educational Program “Security of Advanced Information Systems”, Moscow Polytechnic University
Plotkin A.S., student, Moscow Polytechnic University, direction “Information Security”, email@example.com
Krivonogov A.A., student, Moscow Polytechnic University, direction “Information security”, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: To solve various problems in the our world, information technology is increasingly being used. There is an annual growth trend of cyber threats to information resources, and their protection is one of the most important tasks. The solution of this problem requires the preparation and adoption of organizational and technical measures to ensure the cybersecurity of information resources. The basis for building any system of protection from cyberthreats is a risk analysis. This article discusses some of the methods that are not currently used in the field of information security, but potentially applicable in the future.
Keywords: risk management, risk analysis, information security risk analysis methods application.
Methods of proactive monitoring of information systems
Dubrovin M.G., Tyumen State University, Tyumen, email@example.com
Gluhih I.N., Doctor of Technical Science, professor, Tyumen State University, Tyumen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: The article shows the importance of applying proactive monitoring methods for the rapid identification and elimination of critical and emergency situations in information systems, as well as for predicting their future behavior. The main tasks of proactive monitoring are outlined, and a thematic overview of the work devoted to this area is given.
Keywords: proactive monitoring, performance prediction, IT system, neural network.
System administrator №3, 2018
Computer simulations for radiation electrization of polymer composite materials having controlled electrical conductivity
Abrameshin A.E., National Research University Higher School of Economics, ul. Myasnitskaya 20, Moscow, 101000 Russia, AAbrameshin@hse.ru
Korkinets V.O., National Research University Higher School of Economics, ul. Myasnitskaya 20, Moscow, 101000 Russia, VOKorkinets@edu.hse.ru
Pozhidaev E.D., National Research University Higher School of Economics, ul. Myasnitskaya 20, Moscow, 101000 Russia, EPozhidaev@hse.ru
Abstract: A physic-mathematical model of radiation electrization of composite polymer film materials having controlled dark conductiyity was proposed, taking into account the time-varying value of its radiative conductivity. Computer simulations have been carried out for radiation electrization of composite low-density polyethylene films having controlled electrical specific conductivity 10-7-10-16 Ω-1•m-1 in case of values of a flow of electrons 10-7 A·m-2 (corresponds to conditions of a quiet geomagnetic situation) and 10-5 A·m-2 (corresponds to conditions of atypical geomagnetic substorm). It is shown, when the radiation conductivity is commensurable with the dark conductivity, it substantially slows down the increase of the electric field strength over radiation time. It is shown on the example of films of PENP that application of the composite dielectric films having controlled specific dark conduction 10-9-10-10 Ω-1•m-1, allows to exclude completely electrostatic discharges even in the conditions of course of a geomagnetic substorm.
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- Abrameshin A.E. Computer modeling of radiative charging of weakly conducting dielectrics / Abrameshin AE, Azarov MD, Pozhidaeva AE // System Administrator, 2015, No. 4. – P. 91-95.
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Keywords: Computer simulations, a physic-mathematical model of radiation electrization, composite polymer film materials, controlled electrical conductivity, electrostatic discharges.
Organization of adaptive streaming of video using CDN and distributed load balancing using the Nginx web server
Nekrasov G.A., National Research University “Higher School of Economics”, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Romanov A.Yu., National Research University “Higher School of Economics”, Moscow, Russia
Abstract: The article is devoted to the development of an automated service for the media content delivery network in the organization of adaptive online streaming on the Internet. This organization of broadcasting of video streams allows to automatically adjust the amount of transmitted data per unit of time (further bit rate), changing the quality of the requested media content accordingly. As a result, the quality will be underestimated for those users who use data channels with low bandwidth, and vice versa, for those users who are connected to high-bandwidth communication channels, the content will be provided with the highest possible quality. In this process, the user does not take any part: the client video player itself determines which bitrate will optimally display the content to a specific user in order to avoid buffering the video, but at the same time ensure that it is displayed in the highest possible quality. Switching between bitrates can occur continuously with both a decrease and an increase in bit rate, depending on changes in the quality of the currently available bandwidth. In addition to the adaptive video broadcasting service, the developed service allows you to transcode video streams on the fly. By accessing the RTSP / RTMP stream, the network converts it into RTMP / HLS-multibitre, resulting in the generation of video streams of different quality, supported by both mobile devices and personal computers.
Keywords: CDN, content delivery network, adaptive streaming, streaming online broadcasting, media content, multi-bitrate, RTSP, RTMP, HLS.