M. O. Vasil’ev

M. O. Vasil’ev
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Introduction
M. O. Vasil’ev currently works at the Department of Computational Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. M. does research in Information Systems (Business Informatics), Computer Communications (Networks) and Computing in Mathematics, Natural Science, Engineering and Medicine. Their most recent publication is 'A mathematical model of impurity propagation in ventilation networks'.
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September 2008 - present
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Position
  • teaching computational mathematics
Description
  • Two-term practical and lab works devoted to studying of algorithms for mathematical modelling.
September 2006 - present

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Publications (18)
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The objective of this study is the construction of the numerical mathematical model for the propagation of fine impurities in ventilation networks using gas dynamic equations by the numerical coupling of domains with different dimensions.
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Palindromes are frequently underrepresented in prokaryotic genomes. Palindromic 5[Formula: see text]-GATC-3[Formula: see text] site is a recognition site of different Restriction-Modification (R-M) systems, as well as solitary methyltransferase Dam. Classical GATC-specific R-M systems methylate GATC and cleave unmethylated GATC. On the contrary, me...
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In this paper we present a second-order hydrodynamic traffic model that generalizes the existing second-order models of Payne-Whithem, Zhang and Aw-Rascle. In the proposed model, we introduce the pressure equation describing the dependence of "traffic pressure" on traffic density. The pressure equation is constructed for each road segment from the...
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Prokaryotic restriction-modification (R-M) systems defend the host cell from the invasion of a foreign DNA. They comprise two enzymatic activities: specific DNA cleavage activity and DNA methylation activity preventing cleavage. Typically, these activities are provided by two separate enzymes: a DNA methyltransferase (MTase) and a restriction endon...
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The earlier developed monotonous conservative variant of a net-characteristic method of the second- and third-order approximation based on 3D equations of magnetic gasodynamics with consideration for the magnetic field diffusion is expanded for the solution of dynamic problems on the flow of the upper atmosphere of the Earth by solar plasma. It is...
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Affymetrix microarrays measure gene expression based on the intensity of hybridization of a panel of oligonucleotide probes (probe set) with mRNA. The signals from all probes within a probe set are converted into a single measure that represents the expression value of a gene. This step diminishes the number of independently measured parameters and...
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Standard Affymetrix technology evaluates gene expression by measuring the intensity of mRNA hybridization with a panel of the 25-mer oligonucleotide probes, and summarizing the probe signal intensities by a robust average method. However, in many cases, signal intensity of the probe does not correlate with gene expression. This could be due to the...
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Injection of electronic beams, neutral and plasma clots in an ionosphere and magnetosphere is now one of fruitful active methods of research of the geophysical phenomena. One of the purposes of such experiments consists in studying interaction of beams of the charged particles with the top atmosphere, its movement in a geomagnetic field and generat...
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Explosive plasma experiments remain the important means of research of geophysical effects in the top ionosphere and magnetosphere. In particular their results can be useful for development of full model of powerful geomagnetic storms. Scientific and applied value of such experiments depends on our ability to simulate them numerically and to unders...
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On the basis of the detailed theoretical analysis the physical model is developed and the opportunity of formation of jet current of plasma in magnetosphere is appreciated as a result of development of flutter instability at the front of a plasma cloud with high initial specific energy It is shown that for plasma with E approx 10 21 erg and M 10 6...
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In a large-scale geophysical experiment "Starfish" (weight of plasma 10 6 [g], energy 6*10 22 [erg]) the formation of an ascending plasma jet was observed where the most of the mass was distributed in the plane of a magnetic meridian. This kind of stream can be formed as the result of flutter mode growth on the front of the plasma stream. We create...

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