#### Name

Lutsenko Yevgeniy Veniaminovich

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#### Academic rank

professor

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#### Organization, job position

Kuban State Agrarian University

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## Articles count: 244

Without science it would be impossible to form a full environmental consciousness. To increase the validity and weight of the findings on the impact of environment on quality of life, it is necessary to quantify the strength and direction of the influence of diverse environmental factors. However, it appears that this is quite problematic for a number of reasons. First, it is the lack or inaccessibility of source of data which is necessary for such type of research. The same data, which still can be found cover just small periods of observations (small longitudinal research data), and their completion, including performing experiments, is fundamentally impossible. As a result, it is impossible to require such full data replications, which is a necessary condition for correct applying of factor analysis. Secondly, environmental factors are described with heterogeneous indices measured in different types of measurement scales (nominal, ordinal and numerical) and in different measurement units. Mathematical methods of comparable processing of such data, and the right software tools for these methods, generally speaking, do not exist. Third, these tasks are large-scale problems, i.e. they are not talking about 5 or max 7 factors as it was in factor analysis, but about hundreds and thousands. Fourthly, the original data is noisy and require sustainable methods. Fifthly, environmental factors are interrelated and require nonlinear nonparametric approaches. To solve these problems it is proposed to apply a new innovative intelligent technology: automated system-cognitive analysis and its software tool â€“ a system called "Eidos". We have also given a brief numerical example of assessing the impact of environmental factors on life expectancy and causes of death

Creation of artificial intelligence systems is one of
important and perspective directions of development
of modern information technology. As there are
many alternatives to artificial intelligence systems,
there is a need to evaluate mathematical models of
these systems. In this work, we present a solution of
the problem of identifying classes of salary levels of
employees depending on their characteristics. To
achieve this goal it requires free access to test the
source data and methodology, which will help to
convert the data into the form needed for work in
artificial intelligence systems. A good choice is a
database of test problems for systems of artificial
intelligence of UCI repository. In this work we used
the database called "Wine Data Set" from the Bank's
original task of artificial intelligence from repository
UCI. The most reliable in this application was the
model of the INF4 based on semantic, according to
A. Kharkevich, integral criteria of "Amount of
knowledge". The accuracy of the model is 0,916,
which is much higher than the reliability of expert
evaluations, which is equal to about 70%. To assess
the reliability of the models in the ASC-analysis and
the system of "Eidos" we used the F-criterion of van
Ritbergen and fuzzy multiCLASS generalization
proposed by Professor E. V. Lutsenko (L-measure)

Since there are many alternatives to artificial intelligence systems, there is a need of assessment of the quality of mathematical models and systems of artificial intelligence that support these models. This work is aimed at studying and developing standard methods of using the database of UCI repository to assess the quality of mathematical models of systems of artificial intelligence. The aim of this work is the development of methods for assessment of the quality of mathematical models of artificial intelligence systems for the classification of animals by external evidence-based database of the UCI repository. The objectives are: systematization, consolidation and expansion of theoretical and practical knowledge in the discipline of Intellectual information systems and technologies; study of "Eidos" intelligent information system; solving the task with the use of "Eidos" intelligent information systems. The object of research is the "zoo" database of UCI repository. In the first Chapter there is an overview of the theory to the solution of the problem, identification of problems, the original data, tools and metrization scales. In the second Chapter of the work we present the solution of the task. In the conclusion, the results of the work have been made; the conclusions on the achievement of goals and objectives have been given

Main scientific results, which were received in 2007 under creation and investigation of semantic
information multi mode, providing as detection
of dependence between astro signs and accessory
of respondents to generalized social categories as
a use of knowledge of these dependences for
identification of respondents by these categories
are casted in the article. Multi model includes
172 private models on 37 generalized categories
and each of categories is presented less than
1000 respondents under general fetch capacity
of 20007 respondents. It was applied the method
of systemic- cognitive analysis, which is considered
as one of the universal variants of decision of
thirteen problem of Gilbert in practice ( theoretically this problem has been done in the theorem of
A.N. Kolmogorova, which is a generalization
of theorem V.I. Arnold ( 1957) under it.

Agronomy systems with good reason can be
considered as complex multiparameter natural and
technical systems. In these systems, there are
numerous and diverse physical, chemical and
biological processes. On the one hand, these processes
have a significant impact on the performance of these
systems. On the other hand, they are extremely
difficult to be described in the form of meaningful
analytical models based on equations. As a result, the
development of meaningful analytical models is
associated with a large number of simplifying
assumptions that reduce the validity of these models.
Usually we consider linear univariate models for
agronomic systems, whereas practices are necessary
for nonlinear multiparameter models. Thus, we face
the problem proposed to be solved by the application
of a phenomenological meaningful systemic cognitive
models. These models are created using automated
system-cognitive analysis (ASC-analysis) using the
intellectual system called "Eidos" directly based on
empirical data and used for the decision of tasks of
forecasting, decision support and research of the
modeled subject area. In this case, empirical data can
be large, incomplete (fragmented), noisy, presented in
different types of measuring scales (nominal, ordinal
and numerical) and in different units of measurement.
The comparability of the processing of heterogeneous
data is ensured by the fact that they are all converted
into units of measurement of the amount of
information. A numerical example has been given

Automated system-cognitive analysis (ASC-analysis) for images provides automatic identification of specific characteristics of the given images from the color of the pixels and image edges, the synthesis of generalized images of pictures (classes), identifying the most and the least specific image features for the class, determining values of features of images for their differentiation, deletion low-value characteristics (abstraction) from the model, problem solving for quantitative comparison of specific images with generalized images of classes and generalized images of the classes with each other, and objectives of the study of the simulated subject area by studying its model. The work discusses the new features of the ASC-analysis and its implementing intellectual system called "Eidos" for identifying features of images using their spectral analysis, formation of the generalized spectra of classes, the task of comparison of images of specific objects to classes and classes with each other in their spectra. For the first time, it became possible to form the generalized spectra of classes with weights of the colors according to their degree of specificity and unspecific features for classes, and it is not the intensity of the color in the spectrum, but the amount of information in the color on the linking the object with that color to the class. In fact, there is a question of generalization of spectral analysis by using intelligent cognitive technologies and information theory in the spectral analysis. First, everyone is talking about the fact that spectral lines contain information about which element or substance is included in the object, but no one bothered to count what exactly the amount of information is and then use it to determine the composition of the object pattern recognition methods based on the use of this information. Second, spectral analysis is traditionally used to determine the elemental and molecular composition of the object; we propose to use it not only for that, but also to identify any images. A numerical example has been given

Meat Academy website http://meatinfo.ru has a comparative table of breeds of cattle on 8 indicators, from which 2 are text and 6 are numerical http://meatinfo.ru/info/show?id=197. It is a natural question for business executives, which of these breeds are similar throughout the system of indicators characterizing them, and which ones differ and to what extent. There is also the question of which indicators are similar and different in meaning and by how much. This article is devoted to the solution of these problems. The results of the study can be used by anyone, due to the fact that Eidos the universal automated system, which is a tool of ask-analysis, is in full open free access on the author's website at: http://lc.kubagro.ru/aidos/_Aidos-X.htm, and numerical examples of solving the mentioned problems with the use of artificial intelligence technologies are placed as a cloud Eidos-application #131

The article defines the problem and the points of socio-economic systems in the agro-industrial complex (APC) and proposes using automated system-cognitive analysis (ASCA). The solution to this problem is shown as an example of an integrated multi-industrial agricultural system (IMPI APC). Theoretical basis, mathematical model, technique of numerical calculations and software tools of ASC-analysis, and the main results and prospects of its application to control the

The article briefly describes the essence of manage-ment, stating the goals and structure of the system of personnel management. It considers the essence of the method of functional-cost analysis (FCA) and, as a major gap, we have noted a low level of formalization, which requires the involvement of ex-perts in applying the FSA. It also specifies the difference between the cost and the cost price. We consider the decision of questions of creation of the personnel management system on the FCA basis using the method of automated system-cognitive analysis (ASA-analysis), in particular: the measurement of the severity of socio-economic and psychological proper-ties, metric scales, build intellectual measuring system, the development and application of models, providing both building occupation graphs and their application to measure the degree of compliance of the Respondent with the requirements of professional positions and to the positions including the cost of employment of personnel and resources allocated for staff on posts. The proposed approach can be applied not only at the decision of tasks of human resource management with DAF method, but when you apply the FSA in a variety of subject areas, in particular - the method of direct-Costing

The article considers the application of Eidos intellectual technologies for implementation of developed veterinary and medical diagnostics statistical tests without programming in the convenient form for the individual and mass testing, the analysis of the results and development of the individual and group recommendations. It is possible to merge several tests in one supertest