Tatiana Babkina

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This research investigates how variation in sociality, or the degree to which one feels belonging to a group, affects the propensity for participation in collective action. By bringing together rich models of social behavior from social psychology with decision modeling techniques from economics, these mechanisms can ultimately foster cooperation in human(More)
The paper proposes a new method for facilitating knowledge exchange by seeking relevant university experts for commenting actual information events arising in the open environment of a modern economical cluster. This method is based on a new mathematical model of ontology concepts matching. We propose to use in the formal core of our method a new(More)
In the course of researching distributed timetabling problems this article applies the multi-agent paradigm of computations and presents a correspondent mathematical model for university's timetabling problem solution. The model takes into account dynamic nature of this problem and individual preferences of different remote users for time and location of(More)
In contemporary neurological diagnostics, psycholinguistic methods are mainly used for the differentiation of speech disturbances of hemispheric origin. However, the possibilities for their use is significantly wider. The mental faculties of man, most of all for speech, are provided for not only by the cerebral hemispheres, but also by the older structures(More)
The author depicts a psycholinguistic technique aimed at the identification in the speech of patients with impaired cerebellum of the same signs of ataxia which can be detected in their hand movements. The diagnostic significance of the technique was tested in 3 clinical groups of patients: with multiple sclerosis (Group 1), neurosurgical diseases of the(More)
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