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No 3 (2019) Basics of programming in the context of software engineering Abstract
М.О. Sydorov
 
No 1 (2018) Software engineering ontologies categorization Abstract  PDF
N.A. Sydorov, N.N. Sydorova, I.B. Mendzebrovsky
 
No 1 (2017) DS-theory. Scientific aspects and prospects for development Abstract
V.G. Kolesnyk
 
No 4 (2012) Component of programming. Theory and implementation Abstract
K.M. Lavrischeva
 
No 3 (2017) Assembly programming component and service-oriented applied software systems Abstract
P.I. Andon, O.O. Slabospitskaya
 
No 4 (2020) Toward software artifacts ecosystem Abstract  PDF
N.A. Sydorov
 
No 2-3 (2020) Description model of programming style ecosystem Abstract
N.A. Sydorov, N.N. Sydorova, E.N. Sydorov
 
No 4 (2018) 50 years of software engineering Abstract
N.A. Sydorov
 
No 2-3 (2018) Use of methods of algebraic programming for the formal verification of legal acts Abstract  PDF
V.S. Peschanenko, M. Poltoratskiy
 
No 3 (2017) Formal and adaptive methods and software tools of parallel programming Abstract  PDF
А.Yu. Doroshenko, O.G. Beketov, K.A. Zhereb, P.A. Ivanenko, О.М. Ovdii, R.S. Shevchenko, O.A. Yatsenko
 
No 2 (2017) The concept of intellectualized creation of service-oriented technologies of software development in the semantic web environment Abstract
Y.I. Morentsov
 
No 2-3 (2018) Architecture of software system for hierarchical fuzzy inference Abstract
S.V. Yershov, R.М.. Ponomarenko
 
No 4 (2020) To the issue of optimizing cloud computing based on their cost Abstract
А.Yu. Doroshenko, O.S. Novak
 
No 2-3 (2018) Context term calculus for rewriting systems Abstract
R.S. Shevchenko
 
No 1 (2020) Semantics and pragmatics of programming language ASAMPL Abstract  PDF
Y.S. Sulema, V.V. Glinskii
 
No 1 (2019) TermWare3 – term rewriting system, based on context-term calculus Abstract
R.S. Shevchenko, A.Yu. Doroshenko
 
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