Eugene Kazantsev

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Variational data assimilation technique applied to identification of optimal approximations of derivatives near boundary is discussed in frames of one-dimensional wave equation. Simplicity of the equation and of its numerical scheme allows us to discuss in detail as the development of the adjoint model and assimilation results. It is shown what kind of(More)
A variational data assimilation technique was used to estimate optimal discretization of interpolation operators and derivatives in the nodes adjacent to the rigid boundary. Assimilation of artificially generated observational data in the shallow-water model in a square box and assimilation of real observations in the model of the Black sea are discussed.(More)
In this paper, we look for an operator that describes the relationship between small errors in representation of the bottom topography in a barotropic ocean model and the model’s solution. The study shows that the model’s solution is very sensitive to topography perturbations in regions where the flow is turbulent. On the other hand, the flow exhibits low(More)
A 4D-Var data assimilation technique is applied to a ORCA-2 configuration of the NEMO in order to identify the optimal parametrization of the boundary conditions on the lateral boundaries as well as on the bottom and on the surface of the ocean. The influence of the boundary conditions on the solution is analyzed as in the assimilation window and beyond the(More)
General idea of a gene as a part of the hereditary molecule DNA permits to correlate various alleles states of a gene to various energy states of the hereditary molecule. Hereditary molecule under the action of a random force moves along its energy states. So far as the number of individuals in a population usually is very big, such motion of a gene in(More)
Electrodiffusion equations are deduced which describe the formation of the action potential in the axone. It is suggested that the membrane dividing internal and external axone electrolytes after being stimulated with an electric impulse returns after some time to the initial "closed" state. It is shown that the overshut of the action potential takes place(More)