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Organization of technology park and its structure at high educational school of Azerbaijan
Javanshir Mammadov
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: On the base of international experience of creation of technology park and also an analyze of the stages of its realization in Sumgayit region the common scheme of technology park on the base of the Sumgayit State University is offered. The problems of the scheme of realization of the projects of the scientific-investigation places in the industrial park are considered.
Implementation of GIS technologies in assessment and protection of natural values of Tara National Park
Radovi? Dejan I.,Stevanovi? Vladimir B.,Markovi? D.,Jovanovi? Slobodan D.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/abs0503193r
Abstract: Mount Tara is among the most important centers of Balkan and European ecosystem and species biodiversity. It is characterized by diversified and well-maintained communities of old deciduous and mixed coniferous forests (beech/fir/spruce). They represent a unique example of well preserved forests in SE Europe with numerous endemic and relict species of indigenous flora and fauna. The geographical information system (GIS) that we have created has proved an excellent tool for valorization and protection of all natural values and potentials of Tara National Park.
Research focuses and advance technologies of smart grid in recent years
ShengWei Mei,LaiJun Chen
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-012-5261-5
Abstract: The smart grid is attracting more and more attention in electrical engineering for its promising features. However, huge challenges also exist in the implementations of the smart grid, such as high penetration of renewable energy resources, low carbon electricity and cyber-physical security, etc. In this paper, the latest progress of some research focuses and advance technologies in the development of smart grid is reviewed.
Inspired from Abroad: The External Sources of Separatism in Azerbaijan  [cached]
Fareed Shafee
Caucasian Review of International Affairs , 2008,
Abstract: This article examines the external sources of separatism in Azerbaijan. The author claims that in the case of Azerbaijan many separatist movements are fed by outside powers rather than caused by inside sources. This article does not intend to review the situation with regard to the political, economic and cultural rights of ethnic minorities. Azerbaijan, like many other post-Soviet republics, went through a transition period characterized by sharp economic decline, dissolution of social institutions, change of values, etc. Quite rightfully, some claims of leaders of ethnic minorities about discrimination might be reasonable and justifiable. In the circumstances of post-Soviet transition, no country escaped from injustices, disorders and social turbulences. However, in many cases separatist movements were used by regional powers and countries concerned, particularly so-called kin-states to advance their political agenda. The author argues that in Azerbaijan most separatist sentiments are instigated and directed mainly from abroad.
The Multiple Identities of Azerbaijan
Babajide George Iloba
Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: This paper focuses on the emerging Azerbaijani identity and its competing articulations in the Republic of Azerbaijan, in Iran, and in Diaspora. The northern Republic of Azerbaijan has a population of over 8 million people, the majority of whom have different social and political experiences than over 30 million Azeris in the South, or in Iranian Azerbaijan. However, there are formidable historical, socio-cultural, ethnic, and linguistic ties that bind all Azerbaijanis together as one people. This necessity of coming together finds its highest expression in Diaspora and among the Azeri émigrés. In the process, the Azeri Diaspora experiences a host of problems and challenges emerging from multiple identities, globalizing environments, and intercultural communications. This paper examines the multiple identities of Azerbaijan as complex sites of struggle, inclusion and exclusion. As such, the paper argues for an understanding of a common democratic identity that would be simultaneously applicable in the Republic of Azerbaijan, in Iranian Azerbaijan as well as in Diaspora.
Azerbaijan Republic and The Islamic Army of the Caucasus (1918)
Ahmet Sani?
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2010,
Abstract: Azerbaijan Republic and The Islamic Army of the Caucasus (1918)
GIS for the industrial park Kechnec in the East Slovak Region
Vladimír Sedlák,Peter Cengel,Michal Turán,Valéria Puka?ová
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2007,
Abstract: The paper presents GIS (Geographical Information Systems) task. Tasks of theory also practical properties of GIS in generalibus and their advantages and realisation practices are analyzed. Systems engineering of GIS for the industrial park Kechnec at Ko ice in the East Slovak Region are a contribution of the paper. Presented GIS for the industrial park Kechnec are created by means of using software ArcView GIS and serve for the local self-government in village Kechnec as an easy usable information system for process control of building-up in the industrial park Kechnec.
The Gifted Education in Azerbaijan  [cached]
Sakhavat Mammadov
Journal of Studies in Education , 2012, DOI: 10.5296/jse.v2i2.1533
Abstract: This study explores the Azerbaijan education system, particularly gifted education, its strengths and weaknesses during the Soviet regime and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Further, the study discusses the nature and intent of current legislations, programs and practices regarding the education of gifted children in Azerbaijan. The study addresses the technique of textual analysis that was applied in analyzing and synthesizing the data that was collected from documents, official reports, books, peer-reviewed articles, ERIC tools, newspapers and journals. Findings indicate that there are serious problems with the Azerbaijan education system including the organization of schooling of gifted students. There is a lack of systematic effort for differentiated education catering to the needs of this population. Moreover, the lack of standards and measurements for the identification of gifted children is another essential issue which needs urgent solution.
Hybridization of advance technologies in the field of WLAN  [PDF]
Sujata Khobragade,Snehalata Barde,Rasmiprava Singh
International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of enhanced electrical conductors or "wires”. The distances involved may be short (a few meters as in television remote control) or long (thousands or millions of kilometers for radio communications). Wireless wide area cellular network solutions have been around for many years. Widespread adoption has been slow due to issues with coverage, cost, performance, and secure remote access to business networks. The deployment of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)-based General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) has the potential to change this situation and to provide connectivity “anytime and anywhere.” This paper reviews the underlying GSM circuit switched technology and the packet-data capabilities added by GPRS. Here we give the brief description of GPRS technologies and its comparision with GSM technology.
Women, Men and Education in Azerbaijan
Kifayat Aghayeva
Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: There is a very popular saying in my country, “science is for a man, a woman’s place is athome.” Many talented women have struggled for a doctoral degree and most of them couldnot complete it because of one reason, a “violence rule of the main gatekeepers” ofacademia who are inclined to preserve the ideals to authorize their positions.As my research and teaching focus is gender, I always raise gender inequality problems inmy scientific works. I have some articles dealing with marginalization of women withinacademia or slow inclusion of women into the National Academia of the Republic ofAzerbaijan, but the situation remains unchanged. I show in my research how key positionsare considered male-dominated in our academia and universities. Cultural factors withinacademia are suggested as significant barriers, so if male and female applicants are underevaluation for PhD degrees, male applicants are preferred.Women encounter specific difficulties in trying getting PhD degrees or develop careers inacademia. The process of earning PhD demands very important sacrifices; forcing someoneto push forward, spend unlimited energy, make enduring efforts, and exclude private life(taking into consideration the patriarchal society in Azerbaijan, men could marry at any age without any problems, but even young women choose their partners for marriage from among those men who offer to marry them).My analysis in this field supports the assumption that academia is still male-dominated but this dominance is seen as natural (The Republic of Azerbaijan Constitution forbids gender inequality). This conception is open for construction and reconstruction in a continuingprocess.

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