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The electronic peer-reviewed journal System Informatics was started 2013.

Its founder is the Federal State-Funded Academic Institution, A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences.

The journal publishes papers on computer science, programming and information technologies.

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Partial Orders in Transition Systems from Resolvable Conflict Event Structures

Event structures are a well-established model in concurrency theory. Two structurally different methods of associating transition system semantics to event-oriented models are distinguished in the literature. One of them is based on configurations (event sets), the other – on residuals (model fragments). In this paper, we deal with a highly expressive model of event structures – event structures for resolvable conflict (RC-structures) – and provide isomorphism results on these two types of transition systems constructed from RC-structures, in step and partial order semantics.
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Methodology for Developing Lexical-Semantic Patterns for Extracting Scientific Subject Terminology

The article describes an approach to automating the extraction of terminology to enrich the ontology of the scientific subject domain from texts in Russian. The applicability of methods of automatic ontology enrichment from natural language texts depends on the characteristics of the text corpus and the language used. The specifics of the input language, characterized by strong inflectedness and free word order, and the absence of a large corpus of texts lead to the choice of a linguistic approach based on the use of lexico-semantic patterns. The features of the proposed methodology of information extraction are as follows: a) automatic replenishment of subject vocabulary on the basis of ontology and corpus of texts and annotating it with the system of semantic features; b) definition of a small set of initial structural meta-patterns, establishing conceptual contexts of ontological information extraction; c) automatic generation of a set of lexico-semantic patterns, defining lexical, semantic and syntactic properties of the contexts, on the set of structural meta-patterns.