About complex intelligent technologies for techno-ecological events control in the water area

V.G. Pisarenko, N.V. Nogin, A.S. Kryachok, J.V. Pisarenko, I.A. Varava, A.S. Koval


Aspects of the important task solution of creating complex intelligent decision-making support technologies for the identification of techno-ecological event (TEE) and the optimal selection of the sequence of available measures to reduce the life cycle of this TEE in the water area in order to minimize material losses are considered ("CONTROL_TEE" system). In the

V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine, Concern "BaltRobotics" (Ukraine-Poland), NTU of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky KPI" study of the possibility of theoretical development, research and practical implementation of methods and tools that make up the information technology of research design (informational, mathematical, algorithmic, software, technical, organizational support) of robots intended for reconnaissance and neutralization of TEE in a number of environment. For the classifying waves, mathematical models of the propagation of both running and standing waves in the sea area were obtained and solved. The structure of the information storage of the situation center has been developed. In order to create a database wave classification and mathematical and computer modeling were carried out. The deterministic process of sound propagation in a flat waveguide in the homogeneous mode is considered. Special boundary value problems and Cauchy problems are solved for the two-dimensional wave equation and, accordingly, for the Helmholtz equation. Calculation formulas for sound pressure and corresponding to its velocities are obtained in an analytical closed form. In the general case, the tangent and normal components of the velocity vector and the hydrodynamic potential are calculated in the form of Fourier series by the methodology of the works of Bilonosov, Ovsienko, Li, Zinchenko, Zinchenko, Nogin.

Prombles in programming 2022; 3-4: 437-445


water area; techno-ecologicalevent; wave classification; information storage; mathematical modeling

Full Text:



Pisarenko J., Melkumyan E. The Structure of the Information Storage «CONTROL_TEA» for UAV Applications // 2019 IEEE 5th International Conference Actual Problems of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Developments, APUAVD-2019 Proceedings. 2019. P. 274 - 277. CrossRef

Pysarenko V., Gulchak O., Pisarenko J. Technology for Improve the Safety of Ships from Methane Emissions Using UAVs // 2020 IEEE 6th International Conference on Methods and Systems of Navigation and Motion Control, MSNMC-2020 Proceedings. 2020. P. 93 - 96. CrossRef

Melkumian K., Pisarenko J., Koval A. Organization of Regional Situational Centers of the Intelligent System «CONTROL_TEA» using UAVs //2021 IEEE 6th International Conference on Actual Problems of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Development, APUAVD-2021 Proceedings. 2021. P. 37 - 40. CrossRef

M. V. Nogin. Analytical analysis of the regional problem for the alignment of the Nave - Stokes between two spiky cylinders // Abstracts of the 17th International Scientific Conference named after Academician Mikhail Kravchuk (19-20 January 2016, Kiev, NTUU "KPI'). К.: NUTU "KPI". Volume 1. 2016. P. 218 - 219.

V. G. Pisarenko, S. V. Korneev, Yu. V. Pisarenko. Methods and methods for investigating techno-ecological approaches // Abstracts of the 17th International Scientific Conference named after Academician Mikhail Kravchuk (May 19-20, 2016, Kiev, NTUU "KPI"). К.: NTUU "KPI". Volume 1. 2016. P. 226 - 229.

V.G. Pisarenko, S.V. Korneev, J.V. Pisarenko, I.A. Varava. FUZZY UNDERWATER IMAGE RECOGNITION // Kompiuterna matematyka. - 2018. No. 1. P. 90 - 96. http://nbuv.gov.ua/UJRN/Koma_2018_1_13

V.G. Grinchenko, I.V. Vovk, V.T. Matzipura. Fundamentals of acoustics / K .: Naukova Dumka. 2007. - 640 p.

Kuperman Ts.A., Ensen F.B. On Sat. "Underwater Acoustics and Signal Processing". M.: Mir. 1985. P. 116 - 124.

Zavadsky V.Yu. Modeling of wave processes. - M.: Nauka. 1991. - 248 p.

Skuchik E. Fundamentals of acoustics. M.: Mir. 1976. - 520 p.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/pp2022.03-04.437


  • There are currently no refbacks.