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Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2023, 1(211)

VOLKOV O.Ye., PhD (Engineering), Senior Researcher, Director ,

SHEPETUKHA Yu.M., PhD (Engineering), Senior Researcher,
Leading Researcher of the Intelligent Control Department

PAVLOVA S.V. , DSc (Engineering), Professor,
Сhief Researcher of the Intelligent Control Department

BOGACHUR Yu.P. , PhD (Engineering), Senior Researcher,
Leading Researcher of the Intelligent Control Department ,

International Research and Training Center for Information
Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine,
40, Akad. Glushkov av., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine


The article sums up the main results of scientific activity of Professor Vadim Pavlov (1933–2016) – a famous scholar in the field of control theory and its applications. A monography “Invariance and Autonomy in Non-linear Systems” describes an approach to solving problems of poli-invariance and poli-autonomy by the method of forced separation for the systems of differential equations. A monography “Foundations of ergatic systems theory” is based upon the concept of “organismic approach” that unites into a single whole the general principles of both control theory and the one of a living systems. Taking organismic principles into consideration gives a possibility to structure a man-machine interaction in such a way that uses comparative advantages of humans as well as computerized technical means. 

In a monograph “Conflicts in technical systems”, it has been grounded that ergatic theory could be successfully applied for solving conflicts in technical systems of different levels. Concept of active interaction with the environment determines a capability to formulate general principles for ergatic system’s operation in conflict conditions.  In the last period of life, Prof. Pavlov, on the grounds of systematization as well as generalization of his previous endeavors, had been conducting research directed at the creation of both conceptual and mathematic fundamentals of intelligent control. In his last monograph “Intelligent control of complex non-linear dynamic systems: analytics of intelligence”, intelligent control is defined as a human activity connected with solving tasks of sensing, comprehension, reasoning and execution of a necessary interaction with the object. 

Within the frames of research in intelligent theory field, Prof. Pavlov had also conducted works related to creation of methods as well as technologies for image-based control of complex dynamic objects and processes. This technology has been used in control systems for sea ships and aircrafts operating in complicated navigational conditions and critical working modes. In this context, it is necessary to distinguish a number of “AntiCon” (abbreviation for “anti-conflict”) systems developed within the frames of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences‘ research programs and aimed at solving conflict situations and provision the safe movement of sea vessels. 

Finally, it is reasonable to pay attention to the vision of Prof. Pavlov related to further development of research in the field of intelligent control as well as elaboration of goal-directed systems. The author stressed that the task of non-linear object’s control taking into consideration specific feature of a human and computer had been at the stage of formation. Therefore, a primary attention should be paid to the development of theoretical fundamentals of integrated intelligent control with a full usage of system’s non-linear technological resource.

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Received 05.01.2023

Issue 1 (211), article 6


Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2023, 1(211)

KOVALENKO O.S., DSc (Medicine), Professor,
Head of the Medical Information Systems Department ,

KOZAK L.M., DSc (Biology), Senior Researcher,
Leading Researcher of the Medical Information Systems Department ,

Researcher of the Medical Information Systems Department ,

BYCHKOV V.V., DSc (Medicine),
Senior Researcher of the Medical Information Systems Department ,

Junior Researcher of the Medical Information Systems Department ,

International Research and Training Center for Information
Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences
of Ukraine and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine,
40, Acad. Glushkov av., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine


Introduction. In recent years, the scientific community, especially in the medical field, has been putting a lot of efforts and resources into the development of eHealth technologies and systems. Various methods of intellectual support, which are necessary to ensure high quality of medical care, have been developed. The study of the effectiveness of the application of various methods of diagnosis, treatment of patients and restoration of their health is one of the important components of the assessment of the quality of medical care.

The purpose of the paper is to analyze the results of providing medical care with the use of developed models based on Data Mining methods to identify factors that affect the results of treatment.

The results. A method of estimating the medical care results using Data Mining methods has been developed, the feature of which is the combination of filtering algorithms, clustering and classification methods. Models of the medical care result depending on significant factors were built. To test the developed method, a retrospective analysis was carried out using a database of hospital patients of various departments of clinical facilities. The distribution of treatment results evaluation (according to the standardized formulation) of cardiac and diabetic patients was obtained, and concomitant diseases and complications were analyzed. A model for determining the factors influencing the treatment outcome, based on the decision tree method (CART), has been developed. Analysis of the decision tree structure makes it possible to draw conclusions about the decision-making logic by a specific doctor. With the help of decision tree models, the relationship between complications, the main diagnosis and other factors, in particular, concomitant diagnoses, recurrence of hospitalization etc., was analyzed.

Conclusions. The combination of statistical methods and the developed method and models based on Data Mining (a decision tree calculated according to the CART algorithm and 10-fold cross-validation) for  analysis of medical hospital databases made it possible to identify the frequency characteristics of concomitant diseases and complications typical for cardiac and diabetic patients, and also allowed to determine the main factors that depend on the decision-making by doctors about the outcome of treatment.

Keywords: eHealth, Data Mining methods, CART algorithm, information technology, treatment outcomes

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Issue 1 (211), article 5


Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2023, 1(211)

Chepizhenko V.I.1, DSc (Engineering), Senior Research,
Researcher of the Intellectual Control Department.,

Pavlova S.V.2, DSc (Engineering), Professor,
Professor of School of Software ,

Skyrda I.I.3, PhD (Engineering),
Aviation Communication, Navigation and Surveillance expert (CNS expert) ,

1International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies
and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
40, Akad. Glushkov ave., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine.

2Shanxi Agricultural University
81, Longcheng str., Xiaodian Taiyuan, Shanxi, 030031, China.

Rue de la Fusée, 96, Brussels, 1130, Belgium


Introduction. Today, the use of swarms of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is effective for solving the tasks of monitoring large areas of the earth’s surface and infrastructure objects, processing large areas of agricultural land, digital mapping, designing land objects in 3D, planning and designing construction works, road surface monitoring, etc. An important issue here is the potential for simultaneous conflicts between unmanned aerial vehicles moving in a swarm.

The purpose of the work is to develop a scalable, flexible method of controlling the trajectory of unmanned aerial vehicles in a swarm based on the approach of artificial potential fields.

The results. The developed method has properties of scalability and flexibility. The method contains a simple control algorithm, that allows several UAVs to fly as part of a swarm along a given trajectory, while solving the task of resolving conflict situations (preventing collisions between swarm members and with static and dynamic obstacles). The proposed method consists in decentralized real-time management of the swarm. The simulation results show that the method, presented in the article, increases the efficiency of swarm formation and flight performance, as well as UAV collision avoidance.

Conclusions. The proposed method scales well and is suitable for controlling a swarm of different sizes, it can also be applied to control a swarm of UAVs with different flight characteristics, since the formation of the resulting motion vector does not depend on the specific technical characteristics of the UAV, but takes into account certain limitations.

Keywords: unmanned aerial vehicle, modified artificial potential fields, UAV swarm, collision avoidance.

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Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2023, 1(211)

Acting Head of Intelligent Control Department, ,

International Research and Training Center for Information
Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Science and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
40, Acad. Glushkov ave., 03187, Kyiv, Ukraine


Introduction. Diversity of missions that could be perfectly performed by unmanned aerial vehicles generates demand for something more optimized and flexible than just a scheme “one aircraft for one mission”. Complex tasks are also not a seldom fact at modern civil and military operation. So technologies are providing brand new types of precise hybrid unmanned aerial vehicles that could take mission accomplishing tasks to the next level and provide much more pertinent way for each mission performance using just one aircraft for tasks that have only one fundamental thing in common – they needed to be done in the sky. 

The purpose of the paper is to justify usage of a hybrid unmanned aerial vehicle for the performance during multitasking missions instead of a larger number of aircrafts of the airplane and helicopter type.

Results. The article describes specific variants of scenarios for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as a unit for adjusting the position of the aircraft, which also allows to improve the accuracy of the aircraft control and therefore the accuracy of performing tasks with such equipment, which opens up a large space for the use of such equipment and reduces the need for the presence of several equipment for such task execution, which, in turn, increases economic efficiency during the usage of a more complex device. The article consists of algorithm description that adjust the position of the aircraft along the axes, as well as a description of the tasks for which such aircrafts are designed and used

Conclusion. The use of more complex equipment with more on-board electronics can be justified during  tasks performing with a large number of tasks and during the multiple operation of the aircraft ensuring itself. The number and direction of the tasks justifies the appearance of hundreds of aircraft in service in civil and military organizations in Ukraine. The operation of such devices can completely change the task performance approach at aerial photography, positioning, digitization of objects, as well as the implementation of a whole range of military tasks.

The result of the work on current stage is unmanned aerial vehicle location adjustment unit algorythms structure by all three axis, as well as a selection of scenarios, in particular those simulated in a training environment, for which the use of hybrid unmanned aerial vehicles equipped with such a unit is the most optimal option. 

Keywords: unmanned aerial vehicle, hybrid aircraft, control module, autopilot

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8. Hybrid UAVs: The Advent of Responsive Combat Capability

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ZOSIMOV V.V., DSc (Engineering), Associate Professor,
Professor of the Department of Applied Information Systems,,

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,
60, Volodymyrska st., Kiyv, 01033, Ukraine


Introduction. This paper proposes a probabilistic approach to ranking search results using Bayesian Belief Networks (BBN). The proposed approach utilizes BBN to model the relationships between search queries, web pages, and user feedback, and to calculate the probability of a web page being relevant to a specific query. The approach takes into account various factors, such as keywords, page relevance, domain authority, and user feedback to generate a ranking score for each search result. 

The purpose of the article is to conduct an analysis on the feasibility of creating a search engine that uses BBNs and probabilistic ranking methods for improving the accuracy and efficiency of search results.

Results. The proposed approach was evaluated on a real-world dataset, and the results showed its effectiveness. Overall, the results suggest that the use of BBNs can provide a promising approach to enhancing search engine performance and user experience. The approach’s effectiveness is attributed to its ability to model and reason about uncertainty and dependencies among variables, and its consideration of various factors, such as keywords, page relevance, domain authority, and user feedback.

Conclusions. The proposed method has the potential to improve search relevance, reduce user frustration, and increase user satisfaction. However, further research is needed to optimize the proposed approach and to explore its applicability in different contexts. Overall, the study suggests that BBNs can provide a valuable tool for developing more effective and user-friendly search engines. Moreover, the use of Sphinx as a base search system shows promise in enabling the proposed approach to be integrated into practical search systems. Nonetheless, further research is needed to optimize the approach and evaluate its applicability in different contexts.

Keywords: search engine, ranking, Bayesian Belief Networks, probabilistic model, information retrieval.

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KRYGIN V.M.1, PhD Student,
Junior Researcher of Pattern Recognition Department, ,

Programmer ,

MATSELLO V.V.1, PhD (Engineering), Senior Researcher,
Head of Pattern Recognition Department ,

1International Research and Training Center for Information
Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences
of Ukraine and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine,
40, Acad. Glushkova av., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine

2Postindustria Inc.,
1935 Walgrove av., Los Angeles CA 90066, USA.


Introduction. Max-sum labeling problems play an essential role in modern pattern recognition and can be used with other methods and a stand-alone approach. An essential step in building a pattern recognition system is the choice of an algorithm to solve the problem, which may require experimentation with different algorithms. This fires a need for software that allows solving different problems with the help of different algorithms for further analysis of the results of experiments and the final selection of the algorithm.

The purpose of the paper is to demonstrate the capabilities of the developed software for solving max-sum labeling problems.

Results. The software containing various algorithms for solving max-sum labeling problems was developed and experimentally tested. The program operation is shown on the example of image processing problems based on labeling: color image restoration, binary image denoising, posterization and binocular stereo vision.

Conclusions. The software described in the article verifies in practice the correctness of the self-driven algorithm for solving max-sum labeling problems. The application allows the operator to choose an algorithm for the labeling task and configure its parameters. This program will be helpful for developers of computer vision systems based on labeling problems and under-graduates, graduate students, and researchers studying structural pattern recognition methods.

Keywords: labeling problems, pattern recognition, computer vision, software.

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ODARCHENKO R.S.1, DSc (Engineering), Professor,
Head of the Telecommunication and Radio Electronic Systems Department ,

BONDAR S.O.2, PhD student,
Acting Head of Intelligent Control Department, Researcher ,

SIMAKHIN V.M.2, Ph.D. student,
Researcher of Intelligent Control Department ,

Researcher of Intelligent Control Department ,

PINCHUK A.D.1, Student ,


STANKO P.O.3, DSc (Engineering),
Associate Professor of the Information Technologies Department

1National Aviation University,
1, av. Lubomyra Huzara, 03058, Kyiv, Ukraine

2International Research and Training Center for Information
Technologies and Systems of the NAS and MES of Ukraine,
40, av. Acad. Glushkov, 03680, Kyiv, Ukraine

3University of New Technologies,
5A, st. Metrobudivska, 03065, Kyiv, Ukraine


Introduction. This research paper examines the current state of cyberwarfare in the world. The issues regarding definition of the very term “cyberwar” are discussed. The historical beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian cyberwar, its course and current state are considered, as well as the main means of its conduct are examined. It has been determined that this cyberwar was the world’s first full-scale global cyberwar. The main attention is paid to the cybervolunteer IT army of Ukraine, which appeared in the course of this cyberwar and is successfully combating with the russian federation on the cyberfront.

The purpose of the article  is to show the process of waging a real cyberwar today, the application of the means for its carrying out, and conduct a study of its intermediate results; using Ukraine as the example to show the efficiency and effectiveness of the work of cybervolunteer initiatives.

The results. An analysis of the main existing approaches to conducting cyberwarfare was carried out, and the types of cyberattacks that are most often used were determined. It has been determined which directions and means of conducting cyberspace the russian federation focuses on. The IT activities of the Ukrainian army were studied, the key areas of work were determined and their detailed classification was given. In the course of the study, the main indicators of the effectiveness of the cyberarmy of Ukraine were determined and statistical data on the work of key areas were collected, on the basis of which the efficiency, effectiveness and problems that arise during the fight on the cyberfront were analyzed.

Conclusions. For the first time, the process of waging the Russian-Ukrainian cyberwar was examined in detail, with an emphasis on the activities of cybervolunteer initiatives of Ukraine. Determining the key areas of their activity made it possible to investigate the effectiveness and determine the intermediate results of this cyberwar. After analyzing all the data, recommendations were made to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the fight on the cyberfront.

Keywords: cyberfront, cyberwar, approaches to waging cyberwars, cyberweapons, Russian-Ukrainian cyberwar, cybervolunteer initiatives, IT Army of Ukraine.

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Odarchenko R.S., Bondar S.O., Simakhin V.M., Sieriebriakov A.K., Pinchuk A.D., Samoilenko V.V., Stanko P.O.
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Experimental Verification of the Self-Driven Algorithms for Solving Max-Sum Labeling Problems

Zosimov V.V.
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Bondar S.O.
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Trajectory Movement Control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in a Swarm

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Application of Classification Models by Data Mining and Information Technology for Analyze the Results of Treatment of Cardiac and Diabetic Patients

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KUTSIAK O.A., PhD (Engineering),
Senior Researcher of the Bioelectrical Control & Medical Cybernetics Department

International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine,
40, Akad. Hlushkov av., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine


Introduction. The diagnostics of motor functions state plays an important role both as a result of the central nervous system impairments (stroke etc.) and as a result of injuries, traumas, etc. As mobile devices expand the possibilities of modern medicine, the actual task is the synthesis of an effective mobile system for the motor functions state diagnosing at various stages of rehabilitation.

The purpose of the paper is to develop a mobile system for personalized motor functions diagnostics for their and speech motility rehabilitation, which functional capabilities contribute to the rehabilitation effectiveness increasing and usability both in clinical and home conditions, as well as in the fields conditions.

The results. The recovery of motor and speech functions, in particular for persons after injuries and traumas, as well as usage by the patient at home, put forward requirements for personalization, mobility, ease of perception and usability of information given to the user.

According to the requirements, the interface of mobile system for the motor function diagnostics was developed: set of user tasks was defined, scenario was developed for the patient to test own motor functions within the mobile system. The relation database’s infologic model has been developed for the storage and accumulation of patients’ motor functions data and following analysis by a physician.

The algorithm for personalized motor functions diagnosing has been developed. It is based on expanded range of evidence criteria are not taken into account by known analogues. The algorithm is implemented in the MovementTestStroke 1.2 mobile system with taking into account the interface and relation database. Such a system provides objectification of assessment, reduction of the probability of a physician’s error and urgency in diagnostic and treatment decisions-making, provides necessary and sufficient information to the user in a convenient digital and graphical forms, simplifies for the physician the motor functions state analyzing and the personalized treatment strategy creating.

Conclusions. The mobile system for motor function diagnostics can be used in clinical, home and field conditions, not only to assess the motor functions state affected by central nervous system pathologies, but also by injuries and traumas, etc., which creates the basis for personalized, mobile, urgent diagnostic and treatment decisions-making by the physician.

Keywords: diagnostics, motor functions, quantitative assessment, criteria, algorithm, software system, mobile system, stroke, injuries

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FAINZILBERG L.S., DSc (Engineering), Professor,
1Chief Researcher of the Intelligent Automatic Systems Department,
2Professor of the Department of Biomedical Cybernetics

1International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine,
40, Acad. Glushkov av., Kiyv, 03187, Ukraine

2National Technical University of Ukraine “Ihor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute»
37, Peremogy av., Kiyv, 03056, Ukraine


Introduction. An important role in assessing the body’s adaptive reserves under conditions of physical and emotional stress is played by information obtained with the help of special tests. Such tests should be convenient enough to quickly obtain the result, including at home and in the field.

The purpose of the paper is to develop the principles of building mobile IT for the operational assessment of the adaptive capabilities of the human body in the field and at home and the implementation of IT on a smartphone.

Methods. To assess tolerance to physical and emotional stress, a cognitive graphical image is constructed that integrally characterizes the regulatory patterns of changes in the physiological parameters of the heart rate, calculated in three states: at rest, at the height of the load and during restitution.

Results. It is shown that reliable information about the pulse wave (finger photoplethysmogram) during testing can be obtained using the built-in camera of a smartphone without additional technical means based on the developed original computational procedures that provide for the selection of reliable and unreliable cycles. To manage the physical load on the internal processor of the smartphone, a virtual teacher animation procedure is implemented, which demonstrates the correct technique and sets the required pace of the load. The emotional load management module is based on the Stroop effect and boils down to doing mental work under time pressure. The experiments confirmed that the cognitive graphic image makes it possible almost instantly to identify physiological indicators that demonstrate an inadequate response of the body to the load and rest after it.

Conclusions. The developed technology for assessing the adaptive capabilities of the human body under conditions of increased physical and emotional stress provides reliable testing in the field and at home, and the test results can be interpreted by a person without special medical education.

Keywords: information technology on a smartphone, regulatory patterns, body tolerance to physical and emotional stress.

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