Teaching
The Chair is teaching over 30 postgraduate students and
over 100 undergraduate students.
Specialized courses and seminars of MaTIS Chair embrace all main areas
of intelligent system theory.
The basic 1year course "Discrete Mathematics"
is taught by V.B. Kudryavtsev and A.S. Strogalov. The course
explains core ideas and notions and main results of discrete mathematics.
The basic 1year course "Intelligent System Theory",
is taught
by V.B. Kudryavtsev, A.S. Podkolzin, E.E. Gasanov, A.A. Chasovskikh and
V.A. Nosov. The main areas covered by this course include
pattern recognition, databases, decisionmaking, expert systems
and solvers, logics, modeling and complexity theory.
The course
"Automata Theory"
is taught by V.B. Kudryavtsev,
V.A. Buevich, A.S. Podkolzin, S.V. Aleshin and D.N. Babin.
It contains main results in automata theory, the major part
of which belongs to the members of MaTIS Chair.
The course "Algorithm Theory" taught by V.A. Buevich,
I.A. Lavrov and V.A. Nosov is a traditional one.
It allows students to master algorithms – one of the main tools
in mathematics.
The course
"Pattern Recognition", taught by S.V. Aleshin and
M.V. Nosov describes the main approaches to pattern recognition.
The course
"Databases",
taught by E.E. Gasanov is a new one.
It describes an information graph approach to information
storage and search problems as well as the traditional approaches.
The course
"Intelligent solvers",
taught by A.S. Podkolzin
is also new. It describes the principles of intelligent
behavior and their formalization. The results presented in this course
are obtained by the researchers of MaTIS Chair.
The course "Mathematical Cybernetics" taught by E.E. Gasanov
is for postgraduate students. The course is based on VAK
program; it contains such areas as algorithms and schemes complexity,
discrete function algebras, identical transformations, optimization, etc.
The course
"Introduction to the Algebraic Theory of Codes",
taught by A.A. Irmatov gives the overview of the main problems and
results in errorcorrecting code theory.
The course "Information Security" taught by V.A. Nosov
contains the main theoretical and applied results in this area.
The course "Cellular Automata Theory" taught by A.S. Podkolzin
is devoted to cellular automata – infinite locally homogeneous
automata schemes.
The course "VLSI Synthesis Methods" taught by A.E. Andreev
and A.A. Chasovskikh is an applied one. It describes the
procedures used in VLSI synthesis, estimates the complexity,
and shows how to create a design on the basis of a macrodescription
of its functioning.
The course "Mathematical Economics" taught by Y.N. Cheremnykh
is devoted to modeling of economical processes by the means of
mathematics.
The course "Mathematical Models of Economical Calculations"
taught be A.A. Irmatov is new. It is devoted to mathematical
models and acceptable formalizations used in decisionmaking
in macroeconomics and microeconomics.
The course
"Mathematical Biology", taught by V.N. Kozlov
consists of several layers corresponding to modeling
of biological structures of cells, tissues, organisms and population.
The course
"Fuzzy Mathematics", taught by A.P. Ryjov is devoted
to a relatively new approach to studying events and processes
that can not be described precisely. This approach allows
to suggest a technology for processing fuzzy data and creating
corresponding computer models.
For every course there is a seminar for students of second year and
older.
