DEPARTMENT “OPTIMIZATION OF CONTROLLED PROCESSES” 
(А.O. Chikrii , academician of NAS of Ukraine)
Historically, the department was created on the basis of the group of members of the “Department of Numerical Methods of Optimization” (head of the dept. academician of NASU Pshenychnyi Borys Mykolayovych.). The theory of differential games was a unified direction of scientific activity of this group, the implementations concerned special subjectmatter (cosmos, aviation, navy). Later on, the laboratory “ConflictControlled Processes” was organized (1988, head – A.A. Chikrii, doctor of phys.math. sci.), which formed a basis for the department “Optimization of Controlled Processes” (1990). Now the department is a centre of mathematical studies of controlled processes, well known in Ukraine and abroad.
By objective reason, in 2015 the dept. “Modeling of informationfunctional systems” (head doctor of phys.math. sci., professor Onopchuk Yurij Mykolayovych.),which carried on investigation of the human body, functioning in extreme conditions (highland, undersea) and modeling the sport single combat, entered the department.
In such a manner, area of investigations concerning applications of the mathematical theory of control and the theory of dynamic games, conducted in the department, is essentially extended. Now it includes not only conflict situations in the military sphere but also completely peaceful processes, always featuring certain conflict of interests.
The department includes 21 employees, among them are 2 doctors and 11 candidates of sciences.
STAFF
NAME 
Position, scientific degree 
contacts 
Chikrii Arkadij Olexijovych 
Head of the dept. doctor of phys.math. sci. Academician NАSU 
(044) 5262158 (044) 5265158 
Petrik Olena Semenivna 
Sci. res. Deputy head. of the dept. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Aralova Natalia Igorivna 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Belousov Oleksandr Andriyovych 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of phys.  math. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Vyshenskyj Viktor Ivanovych 
Sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Galchyna Natalya Igorivna 
Junior sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Dzhoss Iryna Mykolayivna 
Junior sci. res.

(044) 526 51 58 
Dzyubenko Karen Georgyjovych 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of phys. math. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Kuleshyn Volodymyr Vasilyovych 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Kornyush Iryna Innokentivna 
Junior sci. res. 
(044) 526 51 58 
KostenkoVictor Mykolayovych 
Technician of 1 category 
(044) 526 51 58 
Kryvonos Iryna Yur’jivna 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of phys.math.sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Lyashko Natalya Ivanivna 
Sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Matychyn Ivan Ivanovych 
Leading sci. res. Doctor of phys. math. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Mashkin Valerij Josypovych 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Nadejyna Іryna Leonydivna 
Engineerprogrammer of 1 category . 
(044) 526 51 58 
Petryk Lyudmyla Vasylivna 
Engineerprogrammer of 1 category . 
(044) 526 51 58 
Rappoport Josif Simovich 
Senior sci. res. Candidate of phys. math. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Semchyk Natalya Anatoliyivna 
Sci. res. Candidate of tech. sci. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Sidorenko Maxim Grigorovych 
Junior sci. res. 
(044) 526 51 58 
Ternova Kateryna Volodymyrivna 
Junior sci. res. 
(044) 526 51 58 
SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS AND LINES OF RESEARCH OF THE DEPARTMENT
 Convex and applied nonlinear analysis, theory of setvalued mappings, Aumann’s integral, measurable structures
 Mathematical theory of optimal control, differential inclusions, complete conflict controllability
 Game problems for discrete systems, Pontryagin’s direct methods, semigroup operators of Pshenicnyi
 Theory of search for moving objects, stochastic dynamic games
 Differential games of pursuit and evasion, nonlinear problems on moving objects collision avoidance
 Evolutionary game problems
 Game problems for systems of integral, integraldifferential and differentialdifference equations
 Dynamic games with groups of participants. Group pursuit, pursuit in turn (dynamic “commercial traveler” problem), game problems under state constraints
 Systems with impulse control, integral and mixed constraints on control
 Game problems for systems with fractional derivatives of Riemann – Liouville, Dzharbasyan – Nersesyan – Caputo, Miller – Ross, Hilfer, Gryunvald – Letnikov
 Investigation of the method of resolving functions, upper and lower resolving functions, matrix resolving functions, choice of extremal selections
 Positional methods in game problems, generalization of the Krasovskii extremal targeting rule, Pontryagin’s maximum principle
 Dynamic systems of variable structure, hybrid systems, failure of controlling devices
 Game problems for systems with distributed parameters
 Methods of the theory of making decision, artificial intelligence and system analysis
 Systems of control by spacecrafts and systems of search for sea objects
 Exploration of functional human possibilities in extreme conditions
 Modeling of sport single combating, competition of firms
 Aircraft control systems, soft landing
MOST IMPORTANT FUNDAMENTAL RESULTS
General method to study differential games is developed – the method of resolving functions (MRF), based on using the inverse Minkovski functionals and special setvalued mappings constructed in accordance to the parameters of conflictcontrolled process. MRF makes it feasible from the unified position to study a wide range of problems in condition of conflict and uncertainty. These are the problems with many participants and under state constraints, problems of the pursuit in turn (dynamic “commercial traveller” problems) in condition of conflict, control of various inertia objects and various types of constraints on dynamics. This method justifies the classic rule of parallel pursuit, well known to engineers engaged in design of rocket and airspace technology.
MRF makes it possible to study game problems for the processes evolving according to relationships more complicated than ordinary differential equations. In particular, also studied are differentialdifference, integraldifferential games, as well as game problems for the Volterra and Fredholm integral equations and systems with fractional derivatives. The method is extended to the case of matrix resolving functions and the resolving functionals, connected to the case of equations with distributed parameters. Upper and lower resolving functions of various types are introduced, with their help sufficient condition of the game termination in class of quasi and stroboscopic strategies are obtained.
The positional method of pursuit, associated with the time of first absorption, is developed which justifies pursuit along the ‘line of sight’. The Krasovskii rule of extremal targeting is extended to the case of the group pursuit, the cases with exchange and without exchange of information in the group are examined, leading to different kinds of regularity conditions. The cases of integral and mixed constraints on controls, delay of information, systems of variable structure, impulse controls are explored, with account of possibility for state constraints.
It is laid a foundation of the nonlinear theory of collision avoidance. The analog of the Taylor formula for a solution of the nonlinear dynamic system is established that plays a key role in elaborating the methods. The methods of evasion along a direction and of variable directions, method of invariant subspaces and recursive method are suggested. The conditions of first and higher order are studied. The μproblem of L.S. Pontryagin is solved. Sufficient conditions for escape a group of pursuers as well as conditions of evasion under the moving objects groups’ counteraction are derived. Also obtained are sufficient conditions of collision avoidance in the class of εstrategies and εcounterstrategies in the minmax or maxmin form. Comparison with the workaround method of L.S. Ponntryagin is made.
A cell markovian model is proposed to analyze game problems with incomplete information (so called search problems) in which the probability of detection or the mean time of detection plays the role of performance criterion. The process of search is described by a bilinear system with a stochastic matrix standing for the control block. Solving the problem is reduced to evaluating minmax or multiple minmax of certain polynomial function of many variables. The discrete Pontryagin maximum principle and the Bellman method of dynamic programming are used as tools for optimization. The search on a line, in the region and search on summon, group search with exchange and without exchange of information and secret search by homogeneous and heterogeneous forces are studied.
APPLIED ELABORATIONS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
A number of the problemoriented computer systems, modeling complexes and simulators were worked out related with control of various nature moving objects in conditions of conflict and uncertainty. In particular:
1. Search for moving objects. To solve game problems with incomplete information (when only probabilistic distribution of the initial position is known) the computer system of search and tracking for moving objects for need of navy was developed on the basis of the cell model of search. The work refers to special subjectmatter and is implemented in corresponding institutions. Search for submarines is performed by heterogeneous forces (aircrafts, helicopters, airborne ships). Note that the game cell model of search is connected with the discretization of the process both in state and time. Search on a finite set of possible states is defined by the transition law of probability distribution of the players with the transition stochastic matrix depending on their controls. Such process appears as bilinear and markovian. To study it the technique of finite markovian chains is used. The discrete maximum principle and the method of dynamic programming are applied for optimization of detection probability of the target and the mean detection time.
The cases of search in the region, on summon, on the line, by a group of objects, and interaction of objects’ groups are encompassed in the computer system; dependence of detection radius on the motion velocity is taken into account. The technique can be applied for the search of crashed objects in difficult of access regions, for search of fish shoals and sunk ships.
2. Cosmic Research. The method of resolving functions and the positional methods are especially efficient in the analysis and modeling of moving objects groups’ interaction. On their basis, in cooperation with the airspace institutions, the modeling complex for the “star wars” program was created for optimization of interaction of controlled cosmos based objects groups, moving along circular or elliptic orbits. The method of decomposition is used that makes it possible to reduce the process of optimization to several simpler problems of group and in turn pursuit. First of them is based on situation of encirclement by Pshenychnyi and efficiency of its solving crucially depends on the players’ disposition and control resources. Pursuit in turn is a combination of the ‘commercial traveller’ type problem and the control problem which should be solved together. Computer realization on specific examples allows reducing the time of variants’ rundown. In so doing, control is constructed on the basis of parallel pursuit, substantiated by the method of resolving functions.
Certain ideas of groups’ interaction are used in modeling of aerial battle of groups of aircrafts.
3. Aviation. Safe aircraft take off and landing is a problem of paramount importance, especially in extreme conditions (lateral wind, rain, covering with ice of the takeoff and landing strip etc.) The algorithms are created and on their basis simulators for training pilots in order to minimize risk. The work is performed in cooperation with the State Research Institute of Aviation.
By suggestion of American colleagues, the game problem on soft landing (coincidence of geometric coordinates and velocities) is solved. It is realized on computer for the dynamic systems of second order under friction and simulates the process of aircraft landing on aircraft carrier. The ocean surface stays for the state constraint (aircraft can not dive) that essentially complicates the problem.
Several ways of soft landing are proposed, on the basis of combination of classic methods of the dynamic games and mathematical methods of optimal control. Simulation package, realizing the soft landing is developed. The work is performed in cooperation with NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, USA). Joint book is published. Chinese institutes – the 28th Institute (Nankin) and the Politechnical Institute (Harbin ) take an interest in this elaboration.
4. Collision avoidance. The original problem of Pontryagin – Mishchenko on avoidance of moving objects collision from arbitrary initial positions on semiinfinite interval of time is taken up in planning safe movement in airports and seaports by dispatcher offices. Methods of collision avoidance for nonlinear controlled systems are elaborated. The counteraction of groups of controlled objects is studied. In airports the flights schedules are making up with account of the airliners dynamics and the dispatcher should be ready to interfere in precarious situation, which threatens to become an accident. Analogous circumstances arise in the places of great amount of floating fund. Knowledge of the potentials of controlled crafts and water area, on the basis of preliminary computations, makes it possible to avoid collisions.
5. Control of particle beams. One of the applications of mathematical theory of control of the systems with distributed parameters is control of charged particles on the basis of Vlasov and Fokker –Planck –Kolmogorov equations. It was realized in the frames o the project STCU with Kharkiv and Kiev physicists in cooperation with the Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA). The related software is presented in the report materials and mathematical part is published in the joint papers in international journals.
6. Interception of targets. Rules of pursuit along the line of sight, parallel pursuit and pursuit along a ray are traditional engineer methods of mobile targets interception in conflict condition. They are theoretically substantiated on the basis of ideology of the method of resolving functions and extremal targeting. In so doing, the situations of group approach and state constraints are encompassed that makes it feasible to solve a number of model examples from the classic book of R. Isaacs. Because the guaranteed controls in examples are found in explicit form, the computer realization allows the process visualization.
A complex of software is created for interception of mobile targets in various situation of conflict counteraction, which are applied in performing the tasks dealing with special subjectmatter.
7. Medicine, physiology, sport. One of the civil applications of the methods of making decision is analysis and mathematical modeling of the human organism systems, functioning in extreme conditions of vital functions, in particular, in condition of highland and underwater. It is created software to model the processes of control and the dynamics correction with the goal of optimization with respect to the given criteria of functioning efficiency and stability.
Models and software are developed for analysis of functional state, development of fighter tactic and strategy in sport single battles.
This work is performed in cooperation with the scientists from the Bogomolets Institute of Physiology of NAS of Ukraine, the National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine and the Institute of Applied Problems of Physics and Biophysics of NAS of Ukraine.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS
 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER IN UKRAINE, Project #1746
(2002  2004)
“ANALYSIS OF DYNAMICS AND DEVELOPMENT OF OPTIMAL ALGORITHMS
FOR CHARGED PARTICLE TRANSPORT IN PLASMA MEDIA”
Participating Institutions: Institute of Cybernetics, National Academy of Sciences of
Ukraine (leading),
National Scientific Center “Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology”, Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA)
 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER IN UKRAINE, Project #5240
(2011  2013)
“NEW METHODS FOR ROMOTELY SOUNDING OF CHEMICAL
AND BIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS USING OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS”
Participating Institutions: Space Research Institute under NAS and National Space
Agency, Center for Applied Optimization ISE
Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA
RUSSIAN – UKRAINIAN SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS:
 Project № Ф40.1/021
“GAME PROBLEMS OF CONTROL, ROUTING AND TASKS ALLOCATION IN GROUP OF OBJECTS” (2011–2012) .
Participating Institutions: V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine,
Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics
Ural Branch of RAS (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
 Project № Ф53.1/006
“PROBLEMS OF GROUP CONTROL UNDER UNCERTAINTY, WITH ELEMENTS OF ROUTING” (2013–2014) .
Participating Institutions: V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine,
M.M. Krasovskii Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics
Ural Branch of RAS (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
 Project № 030114
“GAME PROBLEMS OF DYNAMICS UNDER INFORMATION UNCERTAINTY”
( 2014 – 2015)
Participating Institutions: Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine,
M.V. Lomonosov State University
Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics
Chair of L.S. Pontryagin (Moscow, Russia)
INFORMATION ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHERS OF THE DEPARTMENT
Head of dept. Chikrii Arkadii Olexiyovych, doctor of phys.math. sciences.
After graduation of the Lviv University (faculty of mechanics and mathematics, 1968) Chikrii A.A. has been working at the Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukraine, as engineer, junior scientific researcher, senior scientific researcher, leading scientific researcher, in 1988 he became head of the laboratory and in 1990 – head of the department Optimization of Controlled Processes, created on the basis of the laboratory.
 Candidate of phys.math.sci.–1972, doctor of phys.math.sci.–1979, professor–1987
 19802000, 20112016 – professor of Taras Shevchenko National University
 From 1998 – professor of National Technical University “Kiev Polytechnic Institute”
 From 2010 –professor of Yurij Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University
He is an author more then 500 scientific publications, among them are 6 monographs and 32 international surveys in the journals and books of author collectives, has more then 200 publications abroad.
Supervisor of defended 35 candidate and 3 doctor thesises.
Grants and merits:
 Grant of Soros professor ISSER SPU 041077 (19941996)
 Academician of Ukrainian Airspace Academy, 1994
 Corresponding member of International Academy of Computer Science and Systems, 1995
 Corresponding Member of NAS of Ukraine (1997),academician of NAS of Ukraine(2018)
 State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology (1999)
 Grant STCU 1746 (2002 – 2004), grant STCU 5240 (2011 – 2013)
 V.М.Glushkov prize (2003)
 Russian – Ukrainian grants FFI (20112013, МES), (20132015, МES),
(20142015, NAS)
Membership in national and international scientific organizations
 AMS (American Mathematical Society)
 ISDG (International Society of Dynamic Games)
 GAMM (Gesellschaft fϋr Angewandte Mechanik und Mathematik)
 Pacific Optimization Research Activity Group (POP)
 President of Ukrainian Association of Dynamic Games
Membership in editorial boards of scientific journals
 Information Technology for Economics and Management (Poland, Gliwice), Editor in Chief around Eastern Europe
 Journal of Automation and Information Sciences, Associate Editor
 Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics (Ekaterinburg branch)
 Theory of Optimal Solutions, Editor in Chief
 Cybernetics and Computational Technique
Rating in international scientific metric bases (1.09.2018)
Scopus: number of titles taken into account – 117
number of references – 351
h–index (Hirsch index) – 13
Goоgle Scholar number of titles taken into account – 300
number of references – 2046
hindex –19
MAIN SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS OF A.O. CHIKRII
Monographs
а) Conflict controlled processes, Naukova Dumka, 1992, 384 p. (in Russian);
b) Linear quadratic differential games, Naukova Dumka, 1994, 320 p. (in Russian, in coauthorship with V.J. Zhukovskij);
c) ConflictControlled Processes, Kluwer, Boston London – Dordrecht, 1997, 424 p., republished in 2007, 2010, 2013, by Springer Science and Business Media;
d) Soft Landing of Moving Objects, Gaithersburg, NIST, USA, 1998, 137 p.;
e) Dynamic games with discontinuous trajectories, Naukova Dumka, 2005, 220p. (in Russian).
( in coauthorship with Yu.G.Krivonos and I.I. Matychyn).
f) Differential equations.Linear quadratie differential games. Moskow, YRAIT, 2017, 322p.(in Russian, in coauthorship with V.J. Zhukovskij)
International Scientific Surveys
1. Wissenschaftliche zeitschrift, Leipzig Techn. High.School, 1982 (B.N. Pshenichnyi, J.S.Rappoport)
2. Mathematical Control Theory, Int. Math.Banach Center Publ., vol.14, PWN, Warsaw, 1985
3. J. “Facta Universitatis”, Univ. of Nis, Jugoslavia, 1994, vol. 1, No.4 (Klimenko He. V.)
4. New Trends in Dynamic Games and Applications, Birkhauser, Boston – Basel – Berlin, 1995, (J.S.Rappoport, P.V. Prokopovich)
5. J. of Math. Science, Dynamical Systems, 2, Springer, 80 (1996)
6. Game Theory and Appl. III, Nova Science Publ., Inc., New York, 1997
7. J. of Math., Game Theory and Algebra, Nova Science. Publ., Inc. vol.7, № 2/3, 1998
8. Game Theory and Appl. VI, Nova Science Publ., Huntington, New York, 2001. (S.D.Eidelman)
9. Game Theory and Applications, Nova Science Pull., 2001, vol. VII (J.Albus, A.Meystel)
10. Computer and Mathematics with Applications, Pergamon, Washington, USA, vol. 44, 2002 (S.D. Eidelman)
11. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, Elsevier, 2005 (V.F. Zadorozhnii and others)
12. Advances in Dynamic Games, Birkhauser, Boston, vol.8, part II, 2006
13. J. of Math. Science, Springer, New York, vol. 139, № 5, 2006 (A.A. Belousov)
14. Advances in Dynamic Game Theory, Birkhauser, Boston, vol. 9, 2007 (I.I.Matychyn)
15. Springer Book “ParetoOptimality, Game Theory and Equilibria”, 2008
16. Optimization Method and Software, Spec. issue ded. to the memory of Prof. N. Shor, Taylor and Francis, Oxfordshire, ИК, vol. 23, No. 1 , 2008
17. Annals of the Int. Society of Dynamic Games, Birkhauser, 2009 (I.I.Matychyn)
18. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2010, Suppl.1 (I.I.Matychyn)
19. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2010, Suppl. 2 (A.A.Belousov)
20. New Trends in Nanotechnology and Fractional Calculus Applications, Springer, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York, 2010 (I.I.Matychyn)
21. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2010, vol. 271
22. Annals of the Int. Society of Dynamic Games, Boston, Birkhauser, 2011, vol. 11 (I.I.Matychyn)
23. Book “Modeling and Optimization”, Lublin Univ. Technology, Poland, 2011 (I.I.Matychyn, K. Gromaszek, A. Smolarz)
24. Annals of the Int. Society of Dynamic Games, Boston, Birkhauser, 2012, vol. 12 (A.A.Belousov, A.G. Chentsov)
25. Mathematika Balkanica, New Seriea, vol. 26, 2012, Fasc. 12 (I.I.Matychyn, V.V.Onyshchenko)
26. Set – Valued Mapping in Game Problems of Dynamics, Proceedings of ISAAC, Progress in analysis, Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2012
27. Dynamic Games Involving Impulses, Poland, Lublin Univ. Technology, 2013 (I.I.Matychyn, K. Gromaszek)
28. Bilinear Markovian Processes of Search for Stationary and Moving Objects, NATO Science for Peace and Security, Series D: Information and Communication Security, IOS Press, 2014, vol. 37 (P.Pardalos, V.Jatsenko, M.Fenn)
29. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2015, vol. 291 (G.Ts.Chikrii)
30. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2016, vol. 292 (L.A.Vlasenko)
31. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Moscow, 2016, vol. 293 (L.A.Vlasenko, A.G.Rutkas)
32. Recent Advances in Information Technology, Taylor and Francis Group, CRC Press, 2018(G.Ts.Chikrii, V.J.Zhukovskij, W.Wojcik, M.Junisbekov)
Matychyn Ivan Ivanovych
Leading scientific researcher, doctor of phys. math. sci.
1. Taras Shevchenko National University, year of graduation – 1994
2. Doctor thesis “Control of processes with fractional dynamics”, 01.05.01. – Theoretical Foundations of Informatics and Cybernetics, 2012
3. Scientific interests –game problems for systems with impulse effect, systems with variable structure and systems with fractional dynamics.
4. Number of published papers – 66
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 11
b) number of references –19
c) hindex – 1
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 32
б) number of references –132
в) hindex – 6
Aralova Natalya Igorivna
Senior scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1. Taras Shevchenko National University, year of graduation – 1978
2. Candidate thesis “Prognostication of functional state of breathing system under hypoxia caused by physical load ” , 05.13.09. – Control in biological and medical systems, 1991
3. Scientific interests – modeling of functional systems of human organism under conditions of interior and external disturbances, mathematical models, algorithms and software.
4. Number of published papers – 92
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 2
b) number of references –3
c) h–index – 1
Belousov Oleksandr Andriyovych
Senior scientific researcher, candidate of phys. math. sci.
1. Lomonosov Moscow State University, 1982
2. Candidate thesis “Some problems of approach for quasilinear conflictcontrolled processes” , 05.13.16. – Application of Computational technique, mathematical modeling and mathematical methods in scientific research,1990
3. Scientific interests – mathematical methods in the differential games with integral and mixed constraints on control, impulse controls, problems of pursuit in turn, complete conflict controllability, safe takeoff and landing, “soft landing”
4. Number of published papers – 60
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 8
b) number of references –15
c) h–index – 3
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 24
б) number of references –71
в)hindex – 5
Dzyubenko Karen Georgiyovych
Senior scientific researcher, candidate of phys. math. sci.
1. Taras Shevchenko National University, year of graduation – 1985
2. Candidate thesis “Ergodic measures connected with product of stochastic matrices”, 01.01.05. – Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, 1992
3. Scientific interests – behavior of the processes of markovian and semimarkovian type related to the problems of search for moving objects; guaranteed mean search time, stochastic games
4. Number of published papers – 25
5. Rating in scientific metric base
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 3
b) number of references –14
c) hindex – 1
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 3
b) number of references –15
c) hindex – 1
Kuleshyn Volodymyr Vasilyovych
senior scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1.Zhukovskiy Air Force Engineering Academy
2.Candidate thesis “Computer investigation of the section of carrier planes bombing weapons hitting at the flight supersonic speeds”
3. Scientific interests  mathematical modeling of controlled aircraft motion, flight simulators, unmanned aircrafts, control systems design.
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 7
b) number of references – 9
c) h–index – 1
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 13
б) number of references – 15
в) hindex – 4
Gal’chyna Natalya Igorivna
junior scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1. Taras Shevchenko National University, year of graduation – 2009
2. Candidate thesis “Modeling of interaction of functional organism systems in extreme conditions” , 01.05.02. – Mathematical Modeling and Computational Methods, 2015
Research Grant of the President of Ukraine for young scientists, decree № 2, 01.06.2016.
3. Scientific interests – algorithms of computer simulation, analysis and data processing of the human organism in extreme conditions
4. Number of published papers – 15
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 3
b) number of references – 2
c) hindex – 1
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 3
б) number of references – 3
в) hindex – 1
Lyashko Natalya Ivanivna
scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1.Ukrainian National Academy of Pharmacy, Kharkiv, 1994
2.Candidate thesis “Mathematical modeling of pharmaceutical correction of the organism functional states and its analysis” , 01.05.02. – Mathematical Modeling and computational Methods, 2013
3.Scientific interests – mathematical modeling, optimal control, methods of computational mathematics
4. Number of published papers – 36
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 2
b) number of references –2
c) h–index – 1
Mashkin Valerij Josypovych
senior scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1. Kiev Politechnic Institute, 1967
2. Candidate thesis, special subject, 05.13.06. –Informational Technologies, 1989
3. Scientific interests –investigation of problems of technical systems and human vitality in extreme conditions
4. Number of published papers –78
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 1
b) number of references –1
c) h–index – 1
Rappoport Joseph Simovich
senior scientific researcher, candidate of phys. math. sci.
1. Taras Shevchenko National University, year of graduation – 1974
2. Candidate thesis “Linear problem of group pursuit under various constraints on control”, 01.01.09. – Mathematical Cybernetics, 1979
3. Scientific interests – problems of group pursuit on the basis of rule of extremal targeting and the method of resolving functions; integral and mixed constraints on controls, game problems with terminal functional, analytic properties of special setvalued mappings
4. Number of published papers – 60
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 21
b) number of references – 25
c) hindex– 3
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 25
b) number of references – 104
c) h index– 5
Semchyk Tetyana Anatolijyvna
scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1. National Technical University “Kiev Polytechnic Institute”, 1984
2. Candidate thesis “Mathematical models of hypoxia development during infectious and coronary diseases and their analysis” , 01.05.02. – Mathematical Modeling and Computational Methods, 2007
3. Scientific interests – development and scientific research of the human organism functional systems
4. Number of published papers –36
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 2
b) number of references –3
c) h–index – 1
Vyshenskyj Viktor Ivanovych
scientific researcher, candidate of tech. sci.
1. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 1978
2. Candidate thesis, special subject , 05.13.01. – Technical Cybernetics, 1982
3. Scientific interests–mathematical theory of control and its applications
4. Number of published papers – 19
5. Rating in scientific metric bases
Scopus:
а) number of papers taken into account – 3
b) number of references –2
c) h–index – 1
Google Scholar:
а) number of papers taken into account – 4
б) number of references – 2
в) hindex – 1
SELECTED PAPERS OF THE DEPARTMENT RESEARCHERS
1. O.М. Patlandzoglu, A.A.Chikrii. On one class of quasilinear differential games of pursuit //Differential Equations, 1997, vol.33, No 6. – P. 786794 (in Russian).
2. A. A. Chikriy, K. G. Dzyubenko. Bilinear Markov Processes of Searching for Moving Targets // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 1997, vol. 33, No 5, p 92107
3. A.A.Chikrii, O.М. Patlandzoglu. About conjugate differential games of pursuit // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 1998, No 4, p. 4050
4. S.D. Eidelman, A.A.Chikrii. Dynamic game problems of approach for the equations of fractional order // Ukrainian Mathematical Journal, 2000, No11. – P. 15661583 (in Russian).
5. A.A.Chikrii, S.D. Eidelman. Generalized MittagLeffler matrix functions in game problems for evolutionary equations of fractional order //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2000, Vol. 36, No 3, p. 315–338
6. A.A.Chikrii, S.D. Eidelman. Control Game Problems for Quasilinear Systems with RiemannLiouville Fractional Derivatives//Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2001, Vol. 37, No 6, p. 836–864
7. J. Albus, A. Meystel, A. Chikrii, A. Belousov, A. Kozlov. Analytical Method for Solution of the Game Problem of Soft Landing for Moving Objects//Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2001, Vol. 37, No 1, p. 75–91
8. J. Albus, A. Meystel, A. Chikrii, A. Belousov, A. Kozlov. Analytic Method for Solving the Game Problem of Soft Landing for Moving Objects // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2001, No 8. – P. 6165 (in Russian).
9. A. A. Chikriy, G. Ts. Chikrii, K.Yu. Volyanskiy. Quasilinear Positional Integral Games of Approach // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2001, vol.33, No10, p.528
10. І.V.Serhienko, А.А.Chikrii. The Scientific Heritage of B. N. Pshenichnyi //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2002, Vol. 38, No 2, p. 153–174
11. A. P. Ignatenko, A. A. Chikriy. A Problem of Evasion of Two Controlled Objects from a Group of Pursuers in the ThreeDimensional Space // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2002, vol. 34, No 1, p. 332
12. S.D.Eidelman, А.А.Chikrii. Interpolation polynomials of LagrangeSylvestre in the game fractional problems. Fractional problem of boy and crocodile // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2002, No5. – P. 6571 (in Russian).
13. А.А.Chikrii, S.D.Eidelman. Asymptotic representations of the generalized functions of Mittag – Leffler in fractional games of second order // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2002, No 6. – P. 6974 (in Russian).
14. V.M. Kuncevich, А.А.Chikrii. Controlled Processes: Methods of Investigation and Applications //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2003, Vol. 39, No 4, p. 477–487
15. A. A. Chikriy, I. I. Matichin. Resolving Functions in Parallel and Pure Pursuit // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2003, vol. 35, No 11, p. 511
16. A. A. Chikriy, A. P. Ignatenko, On Substantiation of the Proportional Navigation Method in the Simple Pursuit Problem // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2004, vol. 36, No 1, p. 1927
17. А.А.Chikrii, I.I.Matychyn. On one class of game problems with impulse control // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2004, No 6. – P. 73 – 77 (in Russian).
18. А.А. Chikrii, G.Ts. Chikrii, S.D.Eidelman. Linear fractional games of approach // Prikladnaya Matematika I Mekhanika, 2004, vol. 68. No 5, P.746757 (in Russian).
19. А.А.Chikrii, I.I. Matychyn. Linear differential games with impulse control of the evader // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2004, No 10. – P.8085 (in Russian).
20. А.А. Chikrii, I.I.Matychyn, G.Ts. Chikrii. Conflict controlled processes with discontinuous trajectories//Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2004, Vol. 40, No 6, p. 800–811
21. А.А. Chikrii, I.I.Matychyn. Motion Camouflage in Differential Games of Pursuit // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2005, vol.37, No 3, p. 15
22. А.А.Chikrii, J.S. Rappoport, К.А. Chikrii. Sufficient conditions for solvability of game problems of approach in the class of stroboscopic strategies // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2005, No 9. – P. 7176 (in Russian).
23. A. A. Chikriy, I. S. Rappoport. Measurable ManyValued Maps and Their Selectors in Dynamic Pursuit Games //J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2006, vol. 38, No 1, p. 5767
24. А.А.Chikrii, J.S.Rappoport, К.А. Chikrii. On the theory of pursuit in the class of stroboscopic strategies // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2006, № 6. – P. 7277 (in Russian).
25. K. G. Dzyubenko, A. A. Chikriy. On the Game Problem of Searching Moving Objects for a Model of SemiMarkovian Type // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2006, vol. 38, No 9, p.111
26. А.А.Chikrii, I.I. Matychyn. An analog of Cauchy formula for the linear systems of fractional order // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2007, No 1. – P. 5055 (in Russian).
27. А.А.Chikrii, J.S.Rappoport, К.А. Chikrii. Multivalued mappings and their selectors in the theory of conflictcontrolled processes //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2007, Vol. 43, No 5, p.719–730
28. А.А.Chikrii, I.I. Matychyn. Presentation of Solutions of Linear Systems with Fractional Derivatives in the Sense of RiemannLiouville, Caputo and MillerRoss // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2008, vol. 40, No 6, p. 111
29. А.А.Chikrii, J.S.Rappoport, К.А. Chikrii. Comparison of guaranteed times in conflictcontrolled motion //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2008, Vol. 44, No 4, p.537–546
30. A. A. Chikriy, A. G. Chentsov, I. I. Matychyn. Differential Games of the Fractional Order with Separated Dynamics // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2009, vol. 41, No 11, p. 1727
31. А.А.Chikrii, I.I. Matychyn. Game problems for linear systems of fractional order // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2009, vol. 15, No 3, – P. 262–278 (in Russian).
32. А.А.Chikrii, А.А.Belousov. Linear differential games with integral constraints // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg 2009, vol..15, No 4. – P. 290–301 (in Russian).
33. А.А.Chikrii. Guaranteed results in game problems of the motion control // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2010, vol. 16, No 5 – P.223–232 (in Russian).
34. А.А.Belousov, Ju.I.Berdyshev, A. G. Chentsov, А.А.Chikrii. Solving the dynamic traveling salesman game problem //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2010, Vol. 46, No 5, p. 718–723
35. А.А.Chikrii, I.I. Matychyn. On the linear conflictcontrolled processes with fractional derivatives // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2011, vol. 17, No 2. – P. 256–270 (in Russian).
36. А.А.Chikrii, J.S. Rappoport. On the theorem of inverse image for  measurable setvalued mappings // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2011, No 11. – P. 54–58 (in Russian).
37. І.V.Serhienko, А.А.Chikrii. Talent multiplied by diligence. To 75 birthday of the president of RAS, academician Yu.S.Osipov. – Visnyk of Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2011, No 5. –– P. 55–60 (in Ukraine).
38. І.V.Serhienko, А.А.Chikrii. Developing B. N. Pshenichnyi’s scientific ideas in optimization and mathematical control theory //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2012, Vol. 48, No 2, p. 157–179
39. А.А.Chikrii, J.S.Rappoport. Method of resolving functions in the theory of conflictcontrolled processes //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2012, Vol. 48, No 4, p.512–531
40. А.А.Chikrii, А.А.Belousov. Linear differential games with convex integral constraints // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2013, vol.19, No 4. – P. 308319 (in Russian).
41. A.A. Belousov. Differential games with integral constraints and impulse controls // Dopovidi of NAS of Ukraine, 2013, No 11. – P. 37 – 42 (in Russian).
42. А.А. Chikrii, G.Ts. Chikrii. Matrix Resolving Functions in Dynamic Games of Approach //Cybernetics and Systems Analysis, 2014, Vol. 50, No 2, p. 201–217
43. A. A. Chikriy, L. A. Vlasenko. The Method of Resolving Functionals for a Dynamic Game in a Sobolev System // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2014, vol.46, No 7, p. 111
44. V. J. Zhukovskiy , A. A. Chikriy. On Discrete ConflictControlled Processes Described by GrunvaldLetnikov Fractional Systems // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2015, vol.47, No1, p. 2434
45. А.А.Chikrii, L.A. Vlasenko. One differential game with distributed parameters // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2014, No 4. – P. 514 (in Russian).
46. L.A. Vlasenko, A.G. Rutkas, А.А.Chikrii. One differential game in abstract parabolic system // Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 2015, No 2. – P.2640 (in Russian).
47. V.J. Zhukovskij, А.А. Chikrii, N.G. Soldatova. Existence of Berge equilibrium in conflicts under uncertainty // Avtomatika i Telemekhanika, 2016, No 4. – P. 114133 (in Russian).
48. A.A.Chikriy, V.K. Chikrii. Image Structure of Multivalued Mappings in Game Problems of Motion Control // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2016, vol. 48, No 3, p. 2035
49. N.I.Aralova. Information Technologies of Decision Making Support for Rehabilitation of Sportsmen Engaged in Combat Sports // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2016, vol. 48, No. 6, p. 6878
50. J.S. Rappoport. ResolvingFunctions Method in the Theory of ConflictControlled Processes with Terminal Payoff Function // J. of Automation and Information Sciences, 2016, vol. 48, No 5, p. 7484
51. A.A.Chikrii. Upper and lower resolving functions in dynamic game problems. Trudy Instituta Mathematiki i Mechaniki Ur O RАN, 2017, vol.23, №1, pp.293305
52. A.A.Chikrii G.Ts.Chikrii. Game problems of approach for quasilinear systems of general form, Trudy Instituta Mathematiki i Mechaniki Ur O RАN, 2018, vol.24, №1, pp.273287
CONFERENCES, CONGRESSES AND SYMPOSIUMS
The results of studies were presented at the International Congress of Mathematicians (Berlin 1998), International Congresses of Artificial Intelligence (Geithersberg 1996, 1997), International Symposiums on Dynamic Games and Applications (Monreal 1994, Kanagawa 1996, Мааstricht 1998), European (Brussels 1997) and Asian (Seul 1997) Conferences on Control, International Congress on Optimization (Victoria 1996), International Conference Dedicated to Ninetieth Anniversary of L.S. Pontryagin (Moscow 1998), International Conference on the Theory of Hybrid Dynamic Systems ADPM‑2000 (Доrtmund 2000), The Third International Congress of Nonlinear Analytics (Sicilia 2000), The Eighth European Conference on Particle Acceleration (Paris 2002), International Conference on Applied Mathematics Dedicated to the 65 Anniversary of B.N. Pshenichnyi (Kiev 2002), International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications (SaintPetersburg 2002), International Conference “Automatics” (19982007), International Conference Dedicated to 80th Anniversary of N.N. Krasovskii (Ekaterinburg 2004), International Conference to the Memory of А.І. Subbotin (Ekaterinburg 2005), 11–th International Congress on Theory of Dynamic Games (USA2004), 12th International Congress on the Theory of Dynamic Games (France, Sophia Antipolis 2006), International Conference “Modeling and Investigation of Dynamic Systems Stability” (Кiev 2007), International Autumn Crimean Mathematical School (Crimea 2007), International Conference “Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis” (SaintPetersburg 2007), International Conference “Analysis and Singularities” (Moscow 2007), International Conference “Knowledge–Dialogue–Decision” (Bulgaria, Varna 2007), International Conference “Concurrent Systems & Programming” (Poland, Warsaw 2007), International Conference “Issues of Computation Optimization” (Crimea 2007), International Conference Dedicated to Centennial Anniversary of L.S. Pontryagin (Moscow 2008), International Conference “Actual Problems of the Theory of Stability and Control ” (Ekaterinburg 2009), International Conference Dedicated to 95th Anniversary of E.A Barbashin (Minsk 2013), at the International Forums: “Dynamic Games and Applications” (Canada, Bannf 2010), 8 International Congress of the ISAAC (Mosсow 2011), 6 International Conference “Transform Methods and Special Functions” (Sofia 2011), DSMCI – 2013 (Kiev 2013). International Conference “Dynamic Systems: Stability, Control, Optimization” (Minsk 2013), XII AllRussian Meeting on Control Problems (Moscow 2014), International Conference “System Dynamics and Control Processes ” (Ekaterinburg 2014), International Seminar Dedicated to 70–th Anniversary of A.I. Subbotin “Control Theory and the Theory of Generalized Solutions of Hamilton – Jakobi Equations” (Ekaterinburg 2015), International Conference “Automatics  2015” (Odessa), International Conference “ Differential –Functional Equations and Their Applications” (Chernivtsi 2016), International Conference “Automatics  2016” (Sumy 2016), International Conference “Automatics  2017” (Kiev 2017), International Conference “Automatics  2018” (Lviv 2018).
COURSES OF LECTURES PROF. CHIKRII A.O. FOR STUDENTS
OF THE UNIVERSITIES (1980 – 2018)
 Theory of differential games
 Introduction to general games theory
 Elements of convex analysis
 Theory of setvalued mappings and its application
 Search for moving objects
 Method of pursuit and evasion
 Conflict – controlled processes for functional – differential systems
 Optimal control
 Applications for dynamic games
 Fractional derivatives. Game problems
 Collision avoidance of moving objects
SEMINARS
The department holds the following scientific seminars
Nonlinear Analysis and Game Dynamic Problems (supervisor – Academician of NASU Chikrii A.A.), scientific secretary – Belousov A.A., Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Control of Dynamic Processes (jointly with SRI SSAU), supervisors: Academicians of NASU Kuntsevich V.M. and Chikrii A.A., and Corresponding Member of NASU Gubarev V.F.), scientific secretary – Volosov V.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences
International scientific seminar on applied mathematics “Extremal Problems”, Scientific Council: Academicians of NASU Yermol’ev Yu.M. (Austria), KovalenkoI.N., Kuntsevich V.M., Chikrii A.A., and Corresponding Members of NASU Gubarev V.M., Knopov P.S., Kuznetsov N.Yu.
Range of problems:
1. Applied nonlinear analysis, setvalued mappings
2. Theoretical aspects of continuous optimization, stochastic problems, risks
3. Methods of the reliability theory
4. Mathematical theory of dynamic process control
5. Making decision in conditions of conflict and uncertainty
6. Mathematical problems of the system analysis and operation research
Scientific secretary – Rappoport J.S., Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Mathematical objects of the control theory, originated in the
Department(formulas, methods, functions, functionals, process,
model, hypothesis, principle)
1. Formula for support function of the Minkowski geometric difference of convex closed sets, conditions of full set sweeping (1971)
2. Formula for presentation of the nonlinear conflictcontrolled process trajectory (analog of the Taylor formula) in the collision avoidance theory (1974)
3. Method of avoidance by direction (1975)
4. Minmaxmin function prescribing the advantage of an evader over each of the pursuers from a group (1976)
5. Method of invariant subspaces in the avoidance theory (1977)
6. Method of resolving functions (1981)
7. Method of variable directions in the avoidance theory (1984)
8. Bilinear Markov cell model of search for moving objects (1984)
9. Principle of the shortest polygon in the dynamic traveling salesman problem (1987)
10. Inverse Minkowski’ functional (1991)
11. Conflictcontrolled process (1992)
12. Hypothesis concerning collision avoidance in the counteracting of moving objects groups (1997)
13. Analogs of the Cauchy formula for the linear fractional systems (1998, 2008)
14. Generalized matrix MittagLeffler function (2000)
15. Matrix resolving function (2014)
16. Method of resolving functionals to solve the game dynamic problems for the Sobolev type distributed systems (2015)
17. Upper and lower resolving functions (2016)