Petrenko Anatoly I.

Designing modern service systems based on the example of m -Health for frontline settlement residents in the ATO area

The increasing complexity of modern information systems, including grid / cloud infrastructures, has led to the expansion of a modular approach to developing their software using standardized interfaces between parts, as foreseen by the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concept. This architecture is presented as a set of services and processes that can be combined, and modified over time according to changes in requirements with the help of workflow schedulers (workflows).

Methods to build platform-independent parallel computer-aided circuit design systems with Internet-access

The ways to develop distributed systems on a base of the service-oriented architecture is considered now as perspective ones due to some reasons. The main advantage of a SOA is that such architecture allows producing loosely coupled programs. Also a SOA is based on well-prescribed standards. The key term of the SOA is a service. Their usage makes developers’ work easier and speed it up since it allows not starting work from the beginning but creating new programs using already existing services.

Parallel algorithms for nonlinear modeling of dynamic objects on a supercomputer.

The development of modern technologies in the field of electronics and the complexity of the devices being designed leads not only to an increase in time spent on the solution, but also increases the probability of the analysis procedures failure due to the accumulation of instrumental and methodological errors. At the present stage of microminiaturization, more physical effects should be taken into account complicating significantly the process of the objects’ dynamic analysis.