The development of the information technology,the enhancement of democracy consciousness,the unceasing consummation of the market economy all request intergovernmental relation of our country to transform from the rank system pattern to the network pattern.
This institution is an arrangement under the particular social background, which has crucial effect of supervision and management and rationality before the establishment of normative law framework of the civil organization.
This implies that a system is algebraically integrable (i.e., its eigenvalue problem is explicitly solvable in quadratures) if and only if the differential Galois group is commutative for generic eigenvalues.
We apply this criterion of algebraic integrability to two examples: finite-zone potentials and the elliptic Calogero-Moser system.
In the second example, we obtain a proof of the Chalyh-Veselov conjecture that the Calogero-Moser system with integer parameter is algebraically integrable, using the results of Felder and Varchenko.
The least upper bound for the degrees of elements in a system of generators turns out to be independent of the number of vector variables.
We consider 3-parametric polynomialsPμ*(x; q, t, s) which replace theAn-series interpolation Macdonald polynomialsPμ*(x; q, t) for theBCn-type root system.
The authors used testimonies of students on the dominant motives of joining a higher education institution as the behavioral model that prefers a high probability of the attainment of a goal or its subjective value.
They compared the features of the motivation sphere related to the choice of profession with the psychophysiological data of 38 students of a sports higher education institution.
The authors analyzed physical development and training, nonspecific immunity, free-radical oxidation, hemodynamic indices, and autonomic regulation in pupils from the first to ninth grade levels of a new educational institution (gymnasium).
The chief institution was the Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR.
The institution of the authors has developed the so-called 3MA-approach (micromagnetic, multiple-parameter, microstructure, and stress analysis) in the last decade.