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Znamenskii Sergei Vital'evich
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   2018
1. Sergej V. Znamenskij, “From similarity to distance: axiom set,monotonic transformations and metric determinacy”, Zhurn. SFU. Ser. Matem. i fiz., 11:3 (2018), 331–341  mathnet (cited: 2)  crossref  isi  scopus
2. S. V. Znamenskij, “Numerical evaluation of the interpolation accuracy of simple elementary functions”, Programmnye sistemy: teoriya i prilozheniya, 9:4 (2018), 93–116  mathnet  crossref
3. S. V. Znamenskii, “Numerical evaluation of the interpolation accuracy of simple elementary functions”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 9:4 (2018), 69–92  mathnet  crossref
4. S. V. Znamenskij, “Stable assessment of the quality of similarity algorithms of character strings and their normalizations”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 9:4 (2018), 579–596  mathnet  crossref
5. S. V. Znamenskij, “Stable assessment of the quality of similarity algorithms of character strings and their normalizations”, Programmnye sistemy: teoriya i prilozheniya, 9:4 (2018), 561–578  mathnet  crossref

   2017
6. Sergej V. Znamenskij, “A formula for the mean length of the longest common subsequence”, Zhurn. SFU. Ser. Matem. i fiz., 10:1 (2017), 71–74  mathnet (cited: 1)  crossref  isi  scopus
7. S. V. Znamenskij, “Model and axioms for similarity metrics”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 8:4 (2017), 347–357  mathnet  crossref

   2016
8. S. V. Znamenskij, “Approximation of the longest common subsequence length for two long random strings”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 7:4 (2016), 347–358  mathnet
9. S. V. Znamenskij, “A picture of common subsequence length for two random strings over an alphabet of 4 symbols”, Programmnye sistemy: teoriya i prilozheniya, 7:1 (2016), 201–208  mathnet (cited: 2)

   2015
10. Sergej V. Znamenskij, “Simple essential improvements to the ROUGE-W algorithm”, Zhurn. SFU. Ser. Matem. i fiz., 8:4 (2015), 497–501  mathnet  crossref  scopus (cited: 1)
11. S. V. Znamenskij, “A model and algorithm for sequence alignment”, Programmnye sistemy: teoriya i prilozheniya, 6:1 (2015), 189–197  mathnet (cited: 3)

   2014
12. Sergej Znamenskij, “Modeling of the optimal sequence alignment problem”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 5:4 (2014), 257–267  mathnet

   2013
13. S. M. Abramov, S. V. Znamenskij, “An Example Document for submitting to PSTA”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 4:2 (2013), 43–69  mathnet
14. S. V. Znamenskii, “Distributed memory architecture for changing computing environment”, UBS, 43 (2013), 271–294  mathnet

   2012
15. S. V. Znamenskij, “Global data identification in a long term perspective”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 3:2 (2012), 77–88  mathnet
16. S. V. Znamenskij, “Performance indicators for scheduling destruction”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 3:2 (2012), 51–60  mathnet

   2011
17. S. V. Znamenskii, “The process approach to information systems evolution. Retrospective indexing”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 2:4 (2011), 127–137  mathnet
18. S. V. Znamenskii, “Architecture of collaboratively-changeable hierarchical structure”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 2:4 (2011), 115–128  mathnet

   2010
19. V. A. Bolotov, S. V. Znamenskij, “Requirements for Education quality management Information system”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 1:2 (2010), 3–13  mathnet

Personalia


   2016
20. S. M. Abramov, A. O. Blinov, S. N. Vassilyev, I. S. Guseva, E. V. Danilina, M. G. Dmitriev, S. V. Znamenskii, G. Konstantinov, N. E. Kul'baka, G. Osipov, Yu. S. Popkov, I. V. Rasina, E. V. Ryumina, G. V. Sidorenko, O. V. Fes'ko, M. M. Khrustalev, A. M. Tsirlin, “In memory of Professor Vladimir Iosifovich Gurman”, Program Systems: Theory and Applications, 7:3 (2016), 109–132  mathnet


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