COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS
DATA PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS
R. A. Mikailova, A. Yu. Shesterikov, S. I. Spiridonov, S. V. Fesenko Electronic Library of Applied Radioecological Models
INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES
MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
R. A. Mikailova, A. Yu. Shesterikov, S. I. Spiridonov, S. V. Fesenko Electronic Library of Applied Radioecological Models
Abstract. 

With the development of technology and the increase in the volume of information, storage and access to it have become increasingly complex tasks. One of these tasks is the storage and provision of access to application software that is used in various fields of science and technology. In this regard, it became necessary to create an electronic library that would contain applied radioecological models and other software products used in this area. The electronic library of applied radioecological models is a tool for predicting and assessing the impact of radioactive substances on the population and biota. We have successfully developed a pilot version of the library, which includes all the essential features of the system. This version encompasses processing user requests, database management, and effectively displaying information on the client side. The final version of the library will be “filled” with a set of applied models covering various aspects of radiation ecology. The models can be used by both researchers and practitioners who deal with issues of safety and environmental protection.

Keywords: 

electronic library, model, modeling, databases, radioecology, Ruby, web programming

PP. 36-45.

DOI 10.14357/20718632240104 

EDN GPZOVP
 
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