Bulletin 3 (48) 2023

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I. On the structure of the ideals of the semiring of natural numbers


Daniil E. Menyaev – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, dahnny@yandex.ru

Vasily V. Chermnykh – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, vv146@mail.ru


Abstract. The article investigates the ideals of the semiring of natural numbers. A criterion is obtained for a natural number to belong to an ideal in terms of integer solutions of a certain system of linear inequalities. Applications of this criterion are demonstrated.

Keywords: semiring, ideal, Frobenius constant, Sylvester’s theorem.


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For citation: Menyaev D. E., Chermnykh V. V. On the structure of the ideals of the semiring of natural numbers. Vestnik Syktyvkarskogo universiteta. Seriya 1: Matematika. Mekhanika. Informatika [Bulletin of Syktyvkar University, Series 1: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics],
2023, no 3 (48), pp. 4−17. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34130/1992-2752_2023_3_4

II.Balance Sheet Channel of Monetary Policy: Review of Empirical Methods\


Olga A. Maltseva – Bank of Russia, maltseva.rs@yandex.ru

Irina V. Polyakova – 1Bank of Russia

Evgenija N. Startseva – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University


Abstract. Research on the balance sheet channel of monetary policy is extensive, especially for developed country economies. The question of the specifics of the operation of the balance sheet (broad credit) channel in Russia remains open.

Keywords: monetary policy, balance sheet channel, vector autoregression, panel data, generalized method of moments, local projections approach.


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For citation: Maltseva O. A., Polyakova I. V., Startseva E. N. Balance Sheet Channel of Monetary Policy: Review of Empirical Methods. Vestnik Syktyvkarskogo universiteta. Seriya 1: Matematika. Mekhanika. Informatika [Bulletin of Syktyvkar University, Series 1: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics], 2023, no 3 (48), pp. 18−48. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34130/1992-2752_2023_3_18

III.Table generating language enhancement


Evgeniy A. Belykh – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, hunter_x5_95@mail.ru

Yuriy V. Golchevskiy – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, yurygol@mail.ru


Abstract. This paper is about designing a specialized C-like language, made to generate complex tables based on large number of various data sources.

Keywords: electronic documents, document generating, programming languages, electronic tables.


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For citation: Belykh E. A., Golchevskiy Yu. V. Table generating language enhancement. Vestnik Syktyvkarskogo universiteta. Seriya 1: Matematika. Mekhanika. Informatika [Bulletin of Syktyvkar University, Series 1: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics], 2023, no 3 (48), pp. 49−71. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34130/1992-2752_2023_3_49

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IV. Development and organization of business processes for preparing frequency dictionaries in order to automate natural language processing when performing tasks of linguistic text analysis


Mikhail S. Krasheninnikov – SAI of the Komi Republic «Information Technology Center», Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, kib@syktsu.ru

Ivan I. Lavresh – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, kib@syktsu.ru

Vladimir A. Ustyugov – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, kib@syktsu.ru


Abstract. This article discusses the processes of processing text data within the framework of information and analytical support for the activities of authorities of the Komi Republic. The interaction of state information systems and authorities of the Komi Republic and their various divisions is shown.

Keywords: natural language processing, frequency analysis of text, linguistic analysis of text, frequency dictionaries, information and analytical support.


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V. Instructional features of the elementary algebra and pre-calculus: practical course teaching guide


Olga A. Sotnikova – Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State University, sotnikovaoa@syktsu.ru

Vyacheslav A. Popov

Abstract. The article explores instructional aspects of the contents of the teaching guide prepared for publication. The teaching methods applied are based on the focus on obtaining math learning experience.

Keywords: math learning activity, studying the elementary algebra and pre-calculus.

For citation: Sotnikova O. A., Popov V. A. Instructional features of the elementary algebra and pre-calculus: practical course teaching guide. Vestnik Syktyvkarskogo universiteta. Seriya 1: Matematika. Mekhanika. Informatika [Bulletin of Syktyvkar University, Series 1: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics], 2023, no 3 (48), pp. 90−95. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34130/1992-2752_2023_3_90

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