Проаналізовано передумови виникнення стільникового зв’язку, описано основні види послуг, які надаються національними операторами та проаналізовано відомі системи самообслуговування абонентів. Обґрунтовано методологічні засади побудови модуля вибору тарифного плану та сформульовано висновки щодо можливості його проектування із використанням сучасних технологій програмування.
Стаття присвячена розробленню архітектури системи, що доє змогу розробнику автоматизувати процес структурного синтезу МЕМС, використовуючи ситуативно базовану аргументацію.
This article is devoted to system architecture development, which solves MEMS structural synthesis tasks using case-based reasoning.
An analysis of the state of space weather research has been conducted, based on which the main problem has been identified and its relevance has been justified. Monitoring, researching, and forecasting space weather conditions receive significant attention in developed countries around the world. Despite significant progress in addressing this issue, the structure of solar-terrestrial connections is not fully understood, and the risks associated with space weather are increasing as the key aspects of our lives become increasingly technologically advanced.
The article analyzes studies and publications on the subject of church architecture, which focus on the planning, volume-spatial features, traditions of the formation and development of wooden and stone church architecture, as well as light, color, material, compositional techniques, and symbolism in the formative vision of the development of Ukrainian church building.
This article informs for the first time that in the second half of the 16th century, a citizen of the city of Ternopil, Jan Bąk (“Jan Bonk” in English transcription), was employed by Mikołaj Sieniawski as the architect of Medzhybizh Castle (now in Khmelnytskyi region, Ukraine). The notice of this fact was found by the author in the first volume of the manuscript “Płac prawnych prac” (“A place for legal searches” – from Polish).
The problem of studies of the fortification development of the Lviv midtown has a long history. As early, Bartlomej Zimorowicz was the first author who covers the history of Lviv at the 17th century. In his work "Leopolis Triplex" he pays a lot of attention to fortifications and presents materials and facts about their construction. Other researchers later relied on his work, in particular, Yaroslaw Widawski, Janusz Witwicki, Wladyslav Tomkewicz and others. Denys Zubrytskyi also made a great contribution to uncovering unknown pages of the construction of Lviv fortifications.
The residential architectural heritage of Lviv of the late 19th and early 20th centuries is an important part of the history and image of the city. Given the relatively low status of small-scale owners and the lack of funding, their condition is mostly unsatisfactory and requires professional restoration. Practical work is preceded by qualitative research, part of which is a historical reference and an architectural description with valuable elements that are the subject of monument protection.
Cemeteries are an integral part of the cultural landscape of every city or town, evidence of the ideology and spiritual life of their time. Military cemeteries may not be in every settlement, but they very clearly record their time, history, ideology. Today we have just such an important and historical moment and we have a war again in our country. Which means dead heroes. And this in turn means new military cemeteries.
The article explores the origins of unique creative methods of the British architect Neave Brown (1929-2018). The deep ideas that the author laid in the architectural and spatial solutions of the most famous of his works - the Alexandra Road Estate residential complex in the Camden Town district of London (Great Britain) are revealed. In particular, the role of the social context in the formation of housing is revealed and the interaction of architecture with the urban environment is demonstrated.
The article is devoted to the presentation and analysis of the work of two architects, Julian Duchowicz and Zygmunt Majerski who began their creative and pedagogical activity in the interwar period in Lviv, but continued it after the Second World War in Poland. The article presents their work in the interwar period in Lviv, as well as their pedagogical activity within of the Silesian University of Technology after the Second World War, and analyzes their practical work.