O. V. Kolesnikova

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A method is proposed for the multilevel rationing and optimal forecasting of the volumes of electric-energy consumption by an industrial enterprise is offered. On the lower level, the forecasting for individual production sites is performed based on empirical dependences of the specific energy consumption on the quantity of products produced. At a higher(More)
Studies in 47 right-handed subjects with right and left leading eyes addressed the latent periods of visually-evoked saccades in the horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions within the field of vision. Visual environments with three levels of temporospatial complexity and two standard time protocols of visual stimulation, with "gap" and "overlap," were(More)
Saccadic latencies of visually-guided saccades of 10 right-handed subjects with right-leading eyes were studied. Stimulation paradigm was spatially bidimentional, and stimuli were shown along horizontal and vertical meridians. Three traditional single step GAP - NO DELAY - OVERLAP temporal paradigms were used. In the first experiment, each paradigm was(More)
The properties of visually-guided saccades were studied in three monkeys (Macaca rhesus). Traditional single-step GAP-OVERLAP temporal paradigms were used. Target stimuli were presented in accordance with two spatial stimulation schemes: (i) along the horizontal meridian (one-dimensional scheme) and (ii) within rectangle part of the visual field(More)
Three Macaca mulatta were tested in two different tasks. In the naturalistic behavioral experiment, a monkey had to grasp a piece of food from a hollow cube with an asymmetric position of an aperture. The preferable hand was determined. In the second experiment, a monkey performed a more difficult instrumental task: it pulled the lever by the right or by(More)
Three Macaca rhesus monkeys were used for studies of the performance of visually evoked saccades in single-step changes in the position of a stimulus using standard schemes for presentation of GAP-OVERLAP stimuli. Two spatial schemes were used: presentation of stimuli along the horizontal meridian (one-dimensional) and presentation of stimuli within a(More)
The latencies of visually-guided saccades of 47 right-handed subjects (32 with right leading and 15 with left leading eyes) were studied. Stimulation paradigm was spatially bidimentional, and stimuli were presented along horizontal, vertical and oblique axes. Three levels of visual space complicity and two traditional single-step GAP and OVERLAP temporal(More)
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