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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kristina Shelomova
Virtual Enterprise Information System Optimisation Software Service Development
9
2019
n this final qualifying work, an attempt has been made to perform distributed tasks within a computing system. used ontological approach is used to solve problems. The final work consists of 65 pages and contains 3 tables, 20 illustrations and 1 annex.

The work includes three chapters.

Chapter 1 presents the theoretical aspects of static balance and a step-by-step characterized and reasonable choice of software tools for the implementation of the tasks set in this work.

Chapter 2 contains theoretical information about the method of comparing two ontologies, and also presents the implementation of computer programs for automatically calculating coefficients next to a histologist.

Chapter 3 uses ontology design and comparison. An experiment was conducted. The results of the experiment showed that the algorithm under study determines the equivalence of ontologies, which should be used to optimize the performance of distributed tasks that are solved by a virtual enterprise.

Author: Shelomova Kristina Denisovna.

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