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- V Khokhryakov, K Suslova, +4 authors M P Krahenbuhl
- Health physics
- 2000

Databases are being created that contain verified and updated dosimetry and worker history information for workers at the Mayak Production Association. Many workers had significant external and internal exposures, particularly during the early years (1948-1952) of operation. These dosimetric and worker history data are to be used in companion epidemiology… (More)

- V F Khokhryakov, K G Suslova, +4 authors V V Vostrotin
- Health physics
- 2000

The United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries (USTUR) and the Dosimetry Registry of the Mayak Industrial Association (DRMIA) have been independently collecting tissues at autopsy of plutonium workers in their respective countries for nearly 30 y. The tissues are analyzed radiochemically and the analytical data are used to develop, modify, or refine… (More)

The main objective of this paper is to show that the notion of type which was developed within the frames of logic and model theory has deep ties with geometric properties of algebras. These ties go back and forth from universal algebraic geometry to the model theory through the machinery of algebraic logic. We show that types appear naturally as logical… (More)

- E E Aladova, S A Romanov, R A Guilmette, V F Khokhryakov, K G Suslova
- Radiation protection dosimetry
- 2007

Chronic inhalation of Pu particles during Mayak processing is a potential concern for workers. Of the many particle properties that affect individualised dose estimates, particle solubility in lung fluids can be most important. This study compares in vitro dissolution rates of several plutonium industrial compounds present at different stages of the Mayak… (More)

- S A Romanov, R A Guilmette, +15 authors Ye V Zaytseva
- Radiation protection dosimetry
- 2007

Several approaches are available for bioassay interpretation when assigning Pu doses to Mayak workers. First, a conventional approach is to apply ICRP models per se. An alternative method involves individualised fitting of bioassay data using Bayesian statistical methods. A third approach is to develop an independent dosimetry system for Mayak workers by… (More)

- Elena Aladova, Eugene Plotkin, Tatjana L. Plotkin
- Mathematics in Computer Science
- 2013

The aim of this work is to study the notions of elementarily equivalent and isotypic knowledge bases. We prove that isotypic knowledge bases are informationally equivalent. Mathematics Subject Classification (2010). Primary 08A70; Secondary 68T30.

- Elena Aladova, Boris I. Plotkin
- IJAC
- 2011

This paper is tightly connected with the book [25]. Since this book had not been translated from Russian into English we give here the brief review of the basic definitions and results from [25]. We prove also new results of the same spirit. They are related to dimension subgroups, varieties of representations of groups and varieties of associative… (More)

Let Θ be a variety of algebras, (H,Ψ, f) be a model, where H is an algebra from Θ, Ψ is a set of relation symbols φ, f is an interpretation of all φ in H . Let X be an infinite set of variables, Γ be a collection of all finite subsets in X (collection of sorts), Φ̃ be the multi-sorted algebra of formulas. These data define a knowledge base KB(H,Ψ, f). In… (More)

- Elena Aladova, Tatjana L. Plotkin
- ArXiv
- 2017

Knowledge bases theory provide an important example of the field where applications of universal algebra and algebraic logic look very natural, and their interaction with practical problems arising in computer science might be very productive. In this paper we study the equivalence problem for knowledge bases. Our interest is to find out how the… (More)

- A. Wieser, E. Vasilenko, E. Aladova, P. Fattibene, N. Semiochkina, M. Smetanin
- Radiation and environmental biophysics
- 2014

In 1945, within the frame of the Uranium Project for the production of nuclear weapons, the Mayak nuclear facilities were constructed at the Lake Irtyash in the Southern Urals, Russia. The nuclear workers of the Mayak Production Association (MPA), who lived in the city of Ozyorsk, are the focus of epidemiological studies for the assessment of health risks… (More)

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