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Параллельные Вычисления В Идентификации Динамических Моделей Экономики // Параллельные Вычислительные Технологии (Павт'2008): Труды Международной Научной Конференции (Санкт-Петербург, 28 Января – 1 Февраля 2008 Г.). – Челябинск: Изд. Юургу, 2008. – 599 С. C.207-214
[Parallel calculations in identification of dynamic models of economy]

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  • Olenev, Nicholas

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Dynamic models of economy contain a lot of parameters. Such models seldom manage to be identified so precisely that results of calculation have appeared are close to historical data. Parallel calculations facilitate the decision of a problem of identification, owing to essential acceleration of calculation of parameters. By search of the optimum decision this or that convolution of criteria of affinity of statistical and settlement macroparameters is used. For studying properties of a turning out nonlinear problem of optimization and detection of the latent dependence of parameters it is convenient to use methods of sets of approachibility and their visualization. Determination of parameters for interacting regional economies can be carried out in parallel on each of regions.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 7561.

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Keywords: Параллельные вычисления; идентификация динамических моделей экономики; взаимодействующие региональные экономические системы;

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  1. Olenev, Nicholas, 2007. "A Normative Balance Dynamic Model of Regional Economy for Study Economic Integrations // Economic integration, competition and cooperation. 6th International Conference . 2007. Opatija - Croatia: Univ," MPRA Paper 7823, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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