Scientific and Technical Journal

ELECTROTECHNIC AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS

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ANALYSIS OF THE UNIVERSITY'S VIABILITY AS COMPLEX DYNAMIC SYSTEM
Abstract:

It is shown that the main reason for the decrease in the viability of the dynamic system is the individuality of the dynamic processes of different nature, as well as the variety of sourcesinformation and means of its analysis. This diversity is most evident in the system"student - informational learning environment". It leads to problems (efficiency andindividualization of learning, stability, spatial and temporal inconsistency of information flows, etc.). They reduce the viability of the university as a dynamicsystem, for the analysis of which an interdisciplinary approach is applied. It is based on the visualization of information through parametric geometrization of the dynamics of processes of various nature into their graphic images and signatures. Their configurations are feedback loops that allows you to analyze the structure of relationships, their order and balance. These funds allow: a) to develop a methodology for constructing an individual trajectory of learning that will contribute to the qualitative mastery of the material; b) analyzespace-time consistency of the functioning of all elements of the system "student - informational learning environment". By means of batch representation of signatures of electrophysiological signals, one can assess the student's stress resistance. It manifests itself in character of the restructuring of the cycle of biological feedback and in its adaptability. Given the recursiveness of the structure of viable systems, it is possible to form an adaptive learning environment from elements that have similar feedback loop structures. All this allows students to become active consumersmodern learning tools and facilitates the creation of innovative and electroniclearning tools for self-study. The need for actualization of students' knowledge in interdisciplinary educational ergonomics and the modern theory of the viability of complex systems is justified with the goal of increasing the effectiveness of teaching.

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http://dx.doi.org/ 10.15276/eltecs.27.103.2018.31
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