Chaĭkovskiĭ, Petr Ilʹich, Arenskiĭ, Anton Stepanovich, Bonduri︠a︡nskiĭ, Aleksandr, Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich, Ivanov, Vladimir
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Title: Early Iron Age and Medieval Sites in the Southern Ural Region: Context of Sources (Forest and Forest-Steppe) Author:Ivanov Vladimir A Subject:Archaeology ; Southern Cis-Ural Region ; Kama Region ; Early Iron Age ; Early Middle Ages ; Cultures: Mazunino ; Lomovatovo ; Nevolino ; Polom ; Kushnarenkovo ; Hillfort ; Settlement ; Local Variations ; Chronology ; Research Methods ; History & Archaeology Description:
The author examines the geography of settlements of the early Iron Age finale (Glyadenovo culture) - early medieval period (second half of the I Millennium BC: Mazuninо/Bahmutino, Lomovatovo, Nevolino, Polom/Cheptza, Kushnarenkovo/Karayakupovo cultures) in the Kama River and the Cis-Ural regions. As shown by statistics collected through archaeological studies on these settlements, the proportion of such sites among the general masses of sites from published maps is very small. That, in turn, questions a number of aspects related to the characteristics of these crops. Firstly, the time these settlements functioned: their density, as shown on the published maps, their distribution per square unit, does not allow us to think that these settlements could exist simultaneously. Second, identification of various local-territorial variations of these archaeological cultures, in the context when settlements are not sufficiently and equally studied, will inevitably be just a formality and...
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Povolžskaâ arheologiâ, 01 March 2017, Vol.1(19), pp.130-144
2306-4099 (ISSN); 2500-2856 (E-ISSN); 10.24852/pa2017.1.19.130.144 (DOI)
Title: The Problem of the Golden Horde “Imperial Culture” Formation and its Role as an Area-Forming Factor for the Peoples of the Ural-Volga Region Author:Ivanov Vladimir A Subject:the Volga-Ural Region ; the Golden Horde ; Imperial Culture ; Golden Horde Cities ; the Nomads ; Area-Forming Factor ; History & Archaeology Description:
The problem of formation and existence of a common imperial culture of the Golden Horde and the degree of influence of this state on the culture of neighboring peoples inhabiting the Urals and the Volga regions. The results of the comparison between the culture of the Golden Horde cities and the nomadic steppe population demonstrate significant differences and a very low degree of interpenetration of their traditions. In the material culture of the peoples of the Volga-Kama and the Cis-Urals regions, drawn into the Golden Horde sphere of influence (the Mari, the Udmurts, the Mordvinians, the Bashkirs), the local tradition was kept intact, items produced in the Golden Horde were as rarely met as imported ones, and did not affect the local production of weapons, jewelry, etc. All this makes it possible to conclude that the concept of "imperial culture of the Golden Horde" is an artificial one, and its influence on the cultures of the neighboring peoples of the Volga-Ural region...
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Povolžskaâ arheologiâ, 01 June 2013, Vol.2(4), pp.179-188
2306-4099 (ISSN); 2500-2856 (E-ISSN); 10.24852/pa2013.2.4.179.188 (DOI)
Title: Finno-Ugric themes in contemporary archaeology of Bashkortostan Author:Ivanov Vladimir A Subject:South Urals Region ; the Early Iron Age ; the Early Middle Ages ; the Finno-Permians ; the Ugrians ; the Ananyino Culture ; the Qara-Abyz Culture ; the Bakhmutino Culture ; the Bashkirs ; History & Archaeology Description:
The history of the Finno-Ugric theme studies in Bashkortostan archaeology starting the mid-20th century to the present is considered in the article. The dynamics of its development (a priority trend in the 1950-70s has been reduced to secondary importance in the early 21st century) is demonstrated. A review of historiography (literature and archival sources) shows that systematic archaeological research in the territory of the Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Republic had started in the 1950s on the sites, which were initially interpreted as Finno- Ugrian ones. The Bakhmutino culture of the early Middle Ages distinguished by N.A. Mazhitov in the ‘50s was connected by him with the ancient Ugro-Magyars, while the Qara-Abyz culture of the Early Iron Age, singled out by A.Kh. Pshenichnyuk, was attributed by N.A. Mazhitov to the Finno-Ugrians. Thus, in the late-1960s, the Finno-Urgic ethno-cultural dominance during the Early Iron Age to the Middle Ages became generally accepted. In the mid-70s,...
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Povolžskaâ arheologiâ, 01 December 2014, Vol.4(10), pp.58-81
2306-4099 (ISSN); 2500-2856 (E-ISSN); 10.24852/pa2014.4.10.58.81 (DOI)
Title: Southern Cis-Urals in the Great Migration Period – Archaeological and Geographical Context Author:Ivanov Vladimir A Subject:Archaeology ; Great Migration Period ; Late Sarmatians ; Huns ; Turbasly Culture ; Mazunino Culture ; Imenkovo Culture ; Aridization ; History & Archaeology Description:
The article considers the geography of studied archaeological sites dating back to the first half of the 1st Millennium A.D. located in the steppes of the Southern Urals and the Lower Volga region. According to the author, the localization of these sites follows a specific pattern. Barrows of late Sarmatians (or ‘Huns-Sarmatians’) are mostly located in the forest-steppe area or along the left bank of the Volga river, which was accounted for by the deterioration of the steppe climate (aridization) which began in the first centuries A.D. A small number of barrows of late Sarmatians have been discovered in the Trans-Urals and the Volga region. Large burial mounds consisting of several dozen barrows - Salikhovo, Akhmerovo, Derbenevo - have only been traced in the Cis-Urals. There is no reliable evidence of the ethnic-cultural interactions of the Sarmatians with the local Finno-Ugric population. Therefore, the Turbasly culture with its sites represented by two compact groups have been...
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Povolžskaâ arheologiâ, 01 December 2017, Vol.4(22), pp.8-23
2306-4099 (ISSN); 2500-2856 (E-ISSN); 10.24852/pa2017.4.22.8.23 (DOI)
Knowledge-Driven Event Extraction in Russian: Corpus-Based Linguistic Resources
Solovyev, Valery, Ivanov, Vladimir
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, 2016, Vol.2016, 11 pages
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Title: The method of constructing functions rationing term-sets for displaying function of belonging Author:Bakurova, Anna; Ivanov, Vladimir Subject:Variables ; Fuzzy Sets ; Economic Theory ; Risk ; Operational Risk ; Fuzzy Sets ; Function of Belonging ; Операционный Риск Description:
Purpose and subject of research Development of the construction method of function rationing variables therm-sets, representing their reflection on the interval [0;1] for modeling of operational risk based on fuzzy sets. This will eliminate the impact of different dimensions of the input variables corresponding to various factors, operational risk, and display the membership functions of the input variables in common co-ordinates. Research methodology The theoretical basis are the approaches of the theory of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic. The proposed method allows to establish the dependence of the values of operational risk, regardless of the values of the input variable metrics. Value results An analysis of the work of scientists associated with the development of methods and models of risk assessment in the process of bank activity has been given. The method of constructing the functions of regulation to eliminate the impact of different dimensions of input variables has been suggested,...
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Ekonomìčna Kìbernetika = Economic Cybernetics, 2013, Issue 4-6, pp.40-43
20778031 (ISSN); 23125837 (E-ISSN)