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Paul Erdös was the best-known mathematician of the 20th century. He published more than 1500 articles with coauthors. These coauthors and their coauthors form a topological graph of the social structure in science that relates to informal communication. The quantitative investigations of this...
It is shown that the well-known approach to solving the problem of the minimization of the bilinear aim function with linear limitations on the criterion importance coefficients and values in terms of reducing it to linear programming via a special variable substitution is erroneous.
The methods of automatic compilation of bilingual dictionaries are based on arrays of phraseological bilingual texts. The results of a large-scale experiment on the compilation of such dictionaries are described.
The intelligent analysis of the cytotoxic activities of trifluoro-substituted pyrazolo(1,5-a)pyrimidines was carried out using the strategies of the JSM method, viz., induction, analogy, and abduction. The cytotoxic activity of the compounds relating to this series was predicted, and analysis of...
The feasibility of creating a method for the automatic generation of rules for systems that use grammatical syntactic analysis is shown. The method for creating new rules for the “Krossleitor” machine translation system, which allows the disassembly of sentences that could not be parsed with the...
Collocations are understood in this work as the nonrandom combination of two or more lexical units that is typical for both a language as a whole (texts of any type) and a definite type of text. A text is a structured sequence of units of different levels; collocations, as complex text...
This paper describes an experimental method for automatic text genre recognition based on 45 statistical, lexical, syntactic, positional, and discursive parameters. The suggested method includes: (1) the development of software permitting heterogeneous parameters to be normalized and clustered...
This paper investigates the morphosyntactic symmetry between the elements in word combinations and word forms. Based on linguistic superoperators, the authors introduce the concepts of syntactic time and syntactic space. They develop a classification of the parts of speech and members of a...
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