APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF NEW INFORMATION OPERATORS IN CONDUCTING RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Keywords:ICT, mathematical modeling, new information operators, numerical algorithms, integration of functions of many variables, Mathcad, PhD students
Due to the rapid development and implementation of the latest information technologies in many fields of science and technology significant changes have taken place. In particular, new mathematical theories have emerged; they can be effectively used in building and improving existing mathematical models of various phenomena and objects. Mathematical modeling is currently one of the main methods in scientific research of technological, social, economic processes and natural phenomena. No research thesis is complete without the use of mathematical methods and algorithms. In view of this it is important to acquaint young scientists with modern trends in mathematical modeling during their training for PhD degree, in particular. The development of information technology has contributed to the emergence of new approaches to obtaining, processing and analyzing information in scientific research. In this way, the theory of new information operators, which is widely used in mathematical modeling, was created. The analysis of the existing research reveals the need to consider the theoretical basics of new information operators and their application to the numerical integration of several variables functions. The example of the problem of numerical integration of two variables functions shows the way how to create cubature formulas depending on the type of the input information about function. The paper presents new cubature formulas for the approximate calculation of double integrals, in the case when the information is given by the set of traces on lines and values of the function at points. The proposed formulas have high accuracy but use much less input information compared to classical formulas for numerical integration of double integrals. All the results are supported by numerous examples made in the computer mathematics system Mathcad. The implementation of the developed methodology of using new information operators in scientific research has shown its efficacy during seminars with Master and PhD students.
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