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Methods and newest approaches to design, management and application of high performance IT-infrastructures


Work number - P 18 FILED

Authors:

Boyko Yu.V., Volokhov V.N.,Glybovets M.M., Yershov S.V., Kryvyi S.L., Pogorilyy S.D., Rolik O.I., Telenyk S.F., Yasochka M.V.

 

Represented by Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

 

Objective of the work is to create an integrated scientifically grounded methodology for support of design, management and application of IT-infrastructure and its experimental efficiency verification through development and implementation of technology for design and management of IT-infrastructure, providing a variety of services on its basis – software, high performance computing, development tools, etc.

Scientific and practical significance consists in: developing a methodology for design, management and application of complex management object –modern global, national and corporate IT-infrastructures. Within this methodology for the first time: theoretical foundations of design, analysis of properties for mathematical models of IT-infrastructures and services are developed that are based on transition systems, its synchronous products, Petri nets, finite automata, non-classical and fuzzy logic; methods for construction of fuzzy intelligent multi-agent systems that operate in a distributed high-performance environment are developed, based on the paradigm of model-driven architecture that allows, in comparison with known solutions, to reduce the cost of construction, improve performance and reliability of distributed systems; applied schematology of algorithmic support for distributed architectures of supercomputing is developed, that allows to carry out the design of algorithms for operation in a distributed environment by rigorous mathematical methods. Theoretical results are applied in developing of key components (metamodels, fuzzy models and transformation systems) during implementation of experimental multi-agent systems.

 

Number of publications: 495, including 21 monographs, 9 textbooks, 23 manuals, 424 articles. Total number of references to publications of authors is 91 (based on Scopus database), h-index = 14. Novelty and competitiveness of technical solutions is protected by 15certificates of copyright registration and 3 patents. On this topic 5 Doctor of Science and 27 Candidate of Sciences theses are defended.