Convergent 2016
Convergent Cognitive Information Technologies

Selected Papers of the First International Scientific Conference Convergent Cognitive Information Technologies (Convergent 2016)

Moscow, Russia, November 25-26, 2016.

Edited by

Vladimir Sukhomlin *
Elena Zubareva **
Manfred Shneps-Shneppe ***

* Lomonosov Moscow State University, Institute of Informatics Problems, Federal Research Center "Computer Science and Control" of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
** Lomonosov Moscow State University, Yelets State University of Bunin, Moscow, Yelets, Russia
*** Ventspils University College, Ventspils, Latvia

The First International Scientific Conference "Convergent Cognitive Information Technologies" is dedicated to scientific and applied research in the field of cognitive-information technology focused on the use of new critically important scientific and technological areas, such as the Internet of Things, Big Data, Smart Cities, intelligent control systems, robotics, intelligent distributed infrastructure information resources, inforobots of the digital economy, takes place in Russia for the first time. It has generated considerable interest in the scientific and university circles, and was attended by well-known scientists, professors and university professors, scientists, as well as representatives of the IT industry.

Convergent'2016 allows authors to submit their paper either in English or in Russian.
For the papers in Russian the abstracts in English are provided and are placed on the first pages of the papers.

Table of Contents

Session 1: Theoretical questions of computer science, computational mathematics, computer science and cognitive information technologies

Session 2: Parallel and distributed programming, grid technologies, programming on GPUs

Session 3: Cognitive information technologies in control systems

Session 4: Big Data and their applications

Session 5: The Internet of Things (IoT): standards, communication and information technologies, network applications

Session 6: Smart Cities: standards, cognitive-information technologies and their applications

Session 7: Cognitive information technologies in the digital economics

Session 8: Applied optimization problems

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