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Monitoring of objects in the priori uncertainty information sources

Work number - P 22


BobaloYu. Ya., KomarovaL.O., LukianovO.O., MaksymovychV.M., PysarchukO.O., RippenbeynV.V., SmukR.T., Storonskyy Yu.B., StrykhalyukB.M.

Presented by the Lviv Polytechnic National University

This thesis resolved important scientific and technical problem of developing methodology for integrated monitoring, process control and data collection under a prior uncertainty of sources for their spatial arrangement, composition, type of background information, accuracy, reliability, efficiency and completeness of obtaining primary data in terms of crisis appearance at the facility, which is under responsibility of information management cluster with individual characteristics.

The scientific principles and methods of situational monitoring systems’ synthesis in conditions of a prior spatial-temporal localization uncertainty of primary sources have been developed.

Design and implementation of system for environmental monitoring based on Cloud-technologies with the formation of situational information management clusters on the existing structures’ field were performed. These solutions are fit to operate effectively in conditions of a prior spatial-temporal localization uncertainty of primary sources, significant data redundancy, dynamic changes in circumstances, and the flux density of manmade crisis situations.

Within resulting scientific and applied results in terms of performance efficiency, reliability and completeness of monitoring were reached global indicative benchmarks in this area.

The economic effect of the implementation of the work is over 250 millionUAHper year.

Scientific results of the work were reflected in 15 books, over than 205 articles, and 46 of them are refereed publications according to the database SCOPUS, the common citation number is74, and common h-index equals to 1,5 (by generalized data from SCOPUS and Google Scholar). Novelty and competitive technical solutions are protected by 7 patents. For this topic 15 PhD and 4 DSC dissertations have been defended.