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Examples of "moscow_nauka"
Aspects of Phonological Typology. Moscow: Nauka, 1991, 143 p.
10. Sokolovskaya, Z.K., 300 biografii uchenykh (300 Biographies of Scientists), Moscow: Nauka, 1982.
Russian emigration in France 1919-2000: Biographical. words. The 3 tons Moscow: Nauka, 2008.
8. Kazakov, B.I., Isaak Savel’evich Mustafin (Isaak Savel’evich Mustafin), Moscow: Nauka, 1990.
Kryukov has written over 15 books and 250 articles dealing with his research interests. These include (1968) "Historical Interpretation of Kinship Terminology". Moscow: Institute of Ethnography, USSR Academy of Sciences, (1972) "Chinese Kinship System". Moscow: Nauka (in Russian), and (1978–1993) a series of monographs (6 vols.) on historical dynamics of the Chinese ethnos from the 2nd millennium BC to the 20th century (Moscow: Nauka; in Russian).
Korolev wrote over 80 scientific publications, including 10 monographs and textbooks. Two of them, "Structures of Electronic Computers and their mathematical basis", Moscow, ‘Nauka', 1974 (2nd ed., 1978) and "Microprocessors, micro- and mini-computer", Moscow, ‘Nauka', 1984 are the most significant. Among his students are two academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences and over 40 scientists with "Doktor Nauk" and Kandidat Nauk degrees. In 1997 L .N. Korolev was awarded "Honorable professorship of the MSU".
“Piat’ paradoksov v zhizni i tvorchestve Loseva” forthcoming in A. F. Losev i gumanitarnye nauki dvadtsatogo veka (ed. E. Takho-Godi and V. Marchenkov), Moscow: Nauka, 2014. (Russian translation by A. Vashestov, edited by V. Marchenkov, of No. 142 above.)
Khalifa-zade authored more than 270 articles, 4 text-books and 5 monographs (in Azerbaijani, English and Russian). He also authored "Sideritovye zalezhi Dagestana" (Siderit Deposits of Dagestan), book, in-Russian, Moscow, Nauka Publishing house, 1963; co-authored "Srednei︠u︡rskie otlozhenii︠a︡ vostochnoĭ chasti Bolʹshogo Kavkaza" (Middle Jurassic Deposits of the Eastern Part of the Greater Caucasus), book, in-Russian, Moscow, Nauka Publishing house, 1982 and co-authored "Mineralogii︠a︡ i genezis boksitovykh porod Nakhichevanskoĭ ASSR" (Mineralogy and Geneses of the Boksit Deposits of Nakhcivan ASSR), book, in-Russian, 1986, Elm publishing-house, Baku, Azerbaijan.
7- The 80th anniversary of Professor Chingiz Khalifa-zade's birthday and the 55th anniversary of his professional activity. Prominent Soviet and Azerbaijani scientist and geologist who carries researches in Sedimentology. Journal of Litology and Natural Deposits, in-Russian, Moscow, Nauka Publishing house, Russian Academy of Science, Russia, July–August 2011, page 443-444, http://www.maikonline.com/maik/showIssueContent.do?puid=VIGI1JGSTK&lang=ru
formula_1 values are calculated from values of pressure, volume (or density), and temperature in Vassernan, Kazavchinskii, and Rabinovich, "Thermophysical Properties of Air and Air Components;' Moscow, Nauka, 1966, and NBS-NSF Trans. TT 70-50095, 1971: and Vassernan and Rabinovich, "Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Air and Its Component, "Moscow, 1968, and NBS-NSF Trans. 69-55092, 1970.
The research results in the field were presented, in particular, in the monograph entitled "Blow-up in quasi-linear parabolic equations", Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1995 (in co-authorship with A.A. Samarskii, V.A. Galaktionov, A.P. Mikhailov) which has obtained worldwide recognition. A series of pioneer works connected with analysis of diffusive chaos and with complex order in systems reaction-diffusion was accomplished; the works exert a great influence upon the development of studies in non-linear dynamics in Russia. The monograph "Non-stationary Structures and Diffusion Chaos", Moscow: Nauka Publishers, 1992, written in co-authorship with A.A. Samarskii, T.S. Achromeeva, G.G. Malinetskii is focused on these research results. Special attention is drawn to the application of the ideas of synergetics in such fields as strategic planning, analysis of the historical processes, the modelling of educational systems, the philosophical problems of natural sciences. Books devoted to these problems, especially, “Laws of Evolution and Self-organization of Complex Systems”, Moscow: Nauka Publishers, 1994, (in co-authorship with Helena N. Knyazeva), “Synergetics and Forecast of the Future”, Moscow: Nauka Publishers, 1997, (together with S.P. Kapitza and G.G. Malinetskii), “Foundations of Synergetics: Blow-up Regimes, Self-organization, Tempo-worlds”, Saint-Petersburg: Aletheia, 2002, (together with Helena N. Knyazeva), "Synergetics: Non-linearity of Time and Landscapes of Co-evolution", Moscow: KomKniga/URSS, 2007 (together with Helena N. Knyazeva), the collection of works of S.P. Kurdyumov and his disciples “The Blow-up Regimes. Evolution of the Idea. Laws of Co-evolution of Complex Systems”, Moscow: Nauka Publishers, 1999, are of great interest for the scientific community.
Modern research into the Tangut languages began in the early 20th century when G. Morisse first acquired a copy of the Tangut Lotus Sutra, which had been partially investigated by some unknown Chinese scholar. The majority of extant Tangut texts were excavated at Khara-Khoto in 1909 by Pyotr Kozlov, and the script was identified as that of the Tangut state of Xixia. Such scholars as Aleksei Ivanovich Ivanov, Ishihama Juntaro (石濱純太郎), Berthold Laufer, Luo Fuchang (羅福萇), Luo Fucheng (羅福成), and Wang Jingru (王靜如) have contributed to research on the Tangut language. The most significant contribution was made by the Russian scholar Nikolai Aleksandrovich Nevsky (1892–1937), who compiled the first Tangut Dictionary and reconstructed the meaning of a number of Tangut grammatical particles, thus making it possible to actually read and understand Tangut texts. His scholarly achievements were published posthumously in 1960 under the title "Tangutskaya Filologiya" (Tangut Philology) and the scholar was eventually (and posthumously) awarded the Soviet Lenin Prize for his work. The understanding of the Tangut language is far from perfect: Although certain aspects of the morphology (Ksenia Kepping, "The Morphology of the Tangut Language", Moscow: Nauka, 1985) and grammar (Tatsuo Nishida, "Seika go no kenkyū", etc.) are understood, the syntactic structure of Tangut remains largely unexplored.