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Математика 1AIN1-0014ПрофессорNoneExaminationЦели обученияSkills in Elementary MathematicsN.S. Piskunov. Differential and integral calculus for Vtuzov, vol. 1, M .: Integral-Press, 2002 Danko P.E., Popov A.G., Kozhevnikova T. Ya. Higher Mathematics in Exercises and Tasks, Part 1, Moscow: ONYX, 2009 Tasks and exercises in mathematical analysis for Vtuzov / ed. B.P. Demidovich, Moscow: Astrel, 2003 Berman G.N. Collection of tasks for the course of mathematical analysis. Sat: Profession. 2001
Mathematics 2AIN1-0024T. MuktarovNoneExaminationMastering students with the necessary mathematical apparatus to help analyze, model and solve theoretical and practical problems; instill in students the ability to independently study the educational literature in mathematics and its applications, to carry out mathematical analysis of applied problems; develop logical thinking and raise the general level of mathematical culture.Content appropriate modules:AIN1-001 - Mathematics 1Pis'mennyy D.T. Lecture notes in higher mathematics. M .: Iris-press, 2007. Lungu K.N. Collection of problems in higher mathematics. 2 course / ed. S.N. Fedina, Moscow: Iris-press, 2007. Danko P.E., Popov A.G., Kozhevnikova T. Ya. Higher Mathematics in Exercises and Tasks, Part 2, Moscow: ONYX, 2009
Introduction to Engineering & Computer SciencesAIN1-0034Asylbek Abduvapov
Linear AlgebraAIN1-0046T. MuktarovNoneExaminationEducation enough high ¬ math culture; instilling the skills of modern mathematical thinking; preparation for the use of mathematical methods and fundamentals of mathematical modeling in practice.Skills in Elementary MathematicsPis'mennyy D.T. Lecture notes in higher mathematics. M .: Iris-press, 2007. Danko P.E., Popov A.G., Kozhevnikova T. Ya. Higher Mathematics in Exercises and Tasks, Part 2, Moscow: ONYX, 2009 Prosvetov G.I. Linear algebra and analytic geometry: problems and solutions - M: Bean, 2008.
Discrete MathematicsAIN1-0052T. MuktarovNoneExaminationMastering the basics of theoretical knowledge in discrete mathematics;Familiarization with the main applied problems and methods of discrete mathematics;The acquisition by students of the skills of describing discrete objects using mathematical models;Development of students' intellectual potential and their abilities for logical and algorithmic thinking;Training in basic mathematical methods of scientific knowledge.Skills in Elementary MathematicsF. Novikov Discrete Mathematics for Programmers, St. Petersburg: Peter, 2000, 304 p. V. Tishin. Discrete Mathematics in Examples and Problems. - SPb .: BHV-Petersburg, 2008, 352 p. Gavrilov GP, Sapozhenko A.A. Tasks and exercises in discrete mathematics. M: FIZMATLIT 2005, 416 p. Erusalimsky Ya.M. Discrete mathematics: theory, problems, applications. M: University book, 2000, 280 p.
Probability and StatisticsAIN1-0064T. MuktarovNoneExaminationFormation of ideas about the probabilistic foundations of the real world;Mastering statistical methods of processing and analyzing empirical data and statistical parameter estimation;Mastering the principle of testing statistical hypotheses, making forecasts;Getting an idea about random functions and random processes and about planning an experiment.Content appropriate modules:AIN1-001 - Mathematics 1 AIN1-002 – Mathematics 2.V. Gmurman. Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics: study guide.- M .: Higher. school, 2010 Pis'mennyy D.T. Lecture notes in higher mathematics. M .: Iris-press, 2007. Danko P.E., Popov A.G., Kozhevnikova T. Ya. Higher Mathematics in Exercises and Tasks, Part 2, Moscow: ONYX, 2009 Lungu K.N. Collection of problems in higher mathematics. 2 course / ed. S.N. Fedina, Moscow: Iris-press, 2007.
Programming Languages 1AIN1-0076Kamchybek Sydykbekov
Programming Languages 2AIN1-0086Kamchybek Sydykbekov
Mathematical Logic & Algorithm TheoryAIN1-0094J. A. AlymbaevaThe main goal of this course is to study the basic concepts of the main sections of classical logic, familiarize with sections of nonclassical logic, with the fundamentals of the theory of algorithms, which will solve the tasks of professional activity in the development of projects for automation and informatization of applied processes and the creation of IS in applied fields. Objectives: acquisition of skills in solving practical problems in the modeling of the subject area with the help of tools of various sections of classical logic; gaining the skills of modeling algorithms and determining their complexity.According to the contents of the module1. D.V. Grinchenko, Mathematical Logic and Theory of Algorithms for Programmers: A Textbook. M.: KNORUS, 2010. - 208 p. 2. Agareva, O. Yu.,V. Selivanov Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms.- M.: MATI,2011. -80 p. 3. Galiev Sh. I. Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms. - Kazan: Publishing house KSTU. 2002. - 270 p 4. N Kolmogorov, A. G Draglin. Mathematical logic. M.-2006. 5. Novikov F. A, Discrete mathematics for programmers. Tutorial for the challenge. 2 nd ed. - St. Petersburg: Peter, 2007 - 364 p 6. Lan Chiswell and Wilfrid Hodges. Mathematical Logic, 2007. 7. A. Guz, Mathematical Logic and Theory of Algorithms. - Omsk: Publishing house Nasledie. 2003
Object Oriented ProgrammingAIN1-0104M. BorubaevProjectProjectMastering students software development with use of methods of the object-oriented approach and also reading and creation of UML charts, possession of the formal and informal requirement specifications;To be able to project and realize the graphic user interface. To impart to students ability to work in a command in simulation and development and also rational distribution of duties;To develop bases of carrying out tests of development and also planning of their carrying out. To impart to students ability to control phases of development process of the software software engineering models;Programming essentialsG. Buch; D. Rambo User's manual Language UML. 2006. ISBN 5-94074-334-X Eric Freeman, Elisabeth Freeman, Catty Syerra, Bert Bates ISBN Design patterns: 978-5-459-00435-9,2011 Schaefer K., Huo K., Harrop R. Spring 4 for professionals, 2015, 749,978-5-8459-1992-2
Database 1AIN1-0116Abdrasakova A.BIntroduction to the Database Modeling of the domain Entity-relationship model. ER simulation Model development Tools for automated documentation of ER models. Data models: a hierarchical data model. Disadvantages and advantages Relational Algebra and Calculus Designing a relational database. Normal Forms (1НФ, 2НФ, 3НФ, 4NF, NF Boyce–Codd)Definition of keys. Types of keys Methods for organizing data at the physical level, methods for designing and developing applications with databases SQL language (DDL, DML, DCL)TCL transaction management operatorsAbdrasakova A.B. “Methodological instructions for laboratory work on the discipline "Database 1". "Working with databases in SQL-Teacher": methodical instructions.; Bishkek, 2017. Kuznetsov SD: Fundamentals of databases .- M: Internet University of Information technologies; BIN. Laboratory of Knowledge, 2007. Kolisnichenko D.N. PHP and MYSQL. Web application development / Kolisnichenko DN, 2015. Prohorenok N.A. HTML, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL. A gentleman's set of Wep-mfstera. / Prokhorenok NA: BHV-Petersburg, 2015. Kuzin A.V. Database. Undergraduate / Kuzin A.V .; M: Academy, 2012. Garcia-Molina G., Ulman I., Weed I. .: Database systems. Full course.-M: "Williams" 2003. Dayt K .: Introduction to database systems. M: "Williams", 2006. Karvin B. Programming of SQL databases. Typical errors and their elimination / Karvin B .; M.: Reed Group, 2012.
Database 2AIN1-0124
Software Engineering 1AIN1-0134
Software Engineering 2AIN1-0146
Computer Networks & TelecomunicationsAIN1-0154Overview and architecture of computer networks. Components of the LAN. Data transmission environments. Topology of the computer network and access methods. Network technologies. The OSI model. Addressing in IP-networks. Technologies VLAN, VPN. Network equipment (switch, router, repeater). Requirements for networks.
Operating Systems & Computer ArchitectureAIN1-0168History of the development of microprocessor technology, the first generation of microprocessors. Processor, structure and functioning. Organization of operative memory. Interfaces. General functional diagram of a personal computer. The main types of tires. Standards. Input devices for information output: video adapter, monitor, printer, hard and magnetic disk drives, optical disks, scanner. I / O ports. Device drivers. Memory management, partitions, memory allocation method, swap files, virtual memory, page exchange strategies, slippage, working set model, memory management in Windows and Linux. Planning, FCFS, Cyclic, Shortest-Job-Next, Shortest-Remaing-Time, Priorities. Processes, process development, process termination, process state, process implementation. Core threads, user threads, thread implementations, threads in Windows and Lunix. Synchronization, contest, critical section, mutual exclusion, TSL, semaphores, monitors. File systems and their management, file systems in Windows and Linux.
Data StructuresAIN1-0174J. A. AlymbaevaThe main goal of this course is the study of complex data structures used in programming, their specification and implementation, as well as data processing algorithms and analysis of these algorithms, the interrelation of algorithms and structures.Objectives: the acquisition of practical skills in solving problems using basic algorithms and data structures, the study and application in practice of methods for analyzing the effectiveness of various algorithms and data structures.According to the contents of the module:AIN1-009: Mathematical Logic & Algorithm Theory AIN1-008: Programming Languages 1 AIN1-005:Discrete Mathematics;AIN1-010:Object Oriented Programming1. Wirth N. Algorithms and data structures. Nevsky Dialect, 2005. - 352 p. 2. Goodrich M. T. Data structures and algorithms in Java / M. T. Goodrich, R. Tamascia;Per. from English A.M. Chernukho. - Mn .:New knowledge, 2003. -671с. 3. Robert Sedgwick, Kevin Wayne. Algorithms in Java. 4th ed. M. -2013 4. Kubensky A. A. Creation and processing of data structures in the examples in Java. - BHV - Petersburg, 2001. -336с. 5. Lafore, R. Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Classic Computers Science. 2nd ed. Peter, 2013. -704с. 6. Levitin A. Algorithms: an introduction to the development and analysis: Trans. from English –M .: Williams Publishing House, 2006. -576с. 7. Shieldt Herbert. Java. Complete guide, 8th ed .: TRANS. from English - M .: “I.D. Williams” LLC, 2012. -1104с.
Mobile App DevelopmentAIN1-0186
Design & Analysis of AlgorithmsAIN1-0196J. A. AlymbaevaThe main goal of this course is to study the fundamental techniques to design efficient algorithms and analysis of algorithms for solving complex applied problems.Objectives: acquisition of theoretical and practical skills in Design and analysis of basic computer algorithms based on the following techniques: divide-and-conquer, greedy, dynamic programming, tree and graph traversals, backtracking, and branch-and-bound method. Applications to problems such as sorting and searching, traveling salesman, knapsack, graph coloring, set union-and find, matrix multiplication, and scheduling. Use of advance data structures appropriate for different techniques and problems.According to the contents of the module:AIN1-009: Mathematical Logic & Algorithm TheoryAIN1-010:Object Oriented ProgrammingAIN1-017:Data Structures1.Goodrich MT Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Trans. with English. A. M. Chernuho. -Mn .: New knowledge, 2003. -671p.2.Robert Sedgwick, Kevin Wayne. Algorithms in Java. 4 th ed. M. -20133.Algorithm Design, by J. Kleinberg and E. Tardos, Addison-Wesley, 20054.Introduction to Algorithms (3rd Edition), by T. Cormen, C. Leiserson, R. Rivest, and C. Stein.M, -2013.5.Dasgupta S. et al. Algorithms. Trans. with English. Ed. A. Shenya. -М .:2014. -320 p
Artificial IntelligenceAIN1-0206Azamat KibekbaevProject MT30%Project Final30%An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the program’s student outcomes and to the discipline; An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution; An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs; and An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences“Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach, 3rd Edition,” by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig.
Theoretical InformaticsAIN1-0214J. A. AlymbaevaThe main goal of this course is to study the foundations of the theory of formal grammars and languages, the formation of representations about the ways of describing and transforming finite automata, the development of practical skills in the design of automata structures by a given description method, and also introducing students to the basics of the UMLObjectives: to study the basic concepts of the theory of automata, formal languages and translations aimed at improving the efficiencyof computer program development and code optimization, acquiring Java programming skills for software implementation of object-oriented models, and the skills of applying the unified UML language in software design.According to the contents of the module:AIN1-009: Mathematical Logic & Algorithm TheoryAIN1-010:Object Oriented ProgrammingAIN1-017:Data StructuresAIN1-019: Design & Analysis of Algorithms1.Bilgaeva N.T. Theory of algorithms, formal languages, grammars and automata: Ulan-Ude: Publishing house of the All-Russian State Technical University, 2000. 2.Gurenko V.V. Introduction to the theory of automata.3.Hopcroft D., Motvani R., Ulman J. Introduction to the theory of automata, languages, and computations; trans. with English. -M .: "Williams", 2002. -527 p.4.Goyverts J. Levitan S. Regular expressions. Collection of recipes. -Per. with English. -St. Petersburg: Symbol-Plus, 2010. -608p.5.G. Buch, D. Rambo, A. Jacobson. UML UML User's Guide.6.Kay S. Horstmann. Gary Cornell. Library professional. Java 2. Volume 2. Subtleties of programming: Per. with English. -M .: Publishing house "Williams", 2002. -1120p.7.Larman K. Application of UML and design patterns. 2nd edition. -Trans. with English. -Moscow: Publishing House "Williams", 2004. -624p.8.Sally Schleier, Stefan Mellor. Object -oriented analysis: modeling the world in states.9.Friedl J. Regular expressions, 3rd edition. -Trans. with English. -St. Petersburg: Symbol -Plus, 2008. -608p.
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)AIN1-0224
System ProgrammingAIN1-0234
Technical English 1AIN1-0244AisuluuI. ImanalievaNoneTest 60 min (written form) or 67%; Course work 20 min (orally) - 33% -Ability for foreign language communication in research-orientedand professionally-oriented situations;-Understanding and compiling typical written and oral texts fromspecialized, as wellas inter-sectoral communication areas;-Skills for independent analysis of English-language special literature;-Possession of strategies for self-improvement of knowledge and skills of a foreign technical language.University certificate of the subject "English language" Professional English in Use ICT, Santiago Remacha Esteras, Elena Marco Fabre;Technical English at Work, David Clarke, Cornelsen;IT Matters for IT-specialists, Ken Thomson, Cornelsen;Career Express, Jane Maier-Fairclough, Cornelsen;English at work, Anthony Cosgrove, Cambridge;Intercultural Competence in Business English, Rudi Camerer, Judith Mader; Cornelsen;www.engine-magazine.de http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/n13xtmd5
Technical English 2AIN1-0254AisuluuI. ImanalievaNoneTest 60 min (written form) or 67%; Course work 20 min (orally) - 33% - Ability for foreign language communication in research-oriented    and professionally-oriented situations;- Understanding and compiling typical written and oral texts from    specialized, as well as inter-sectoral communication areas;- Skills for independent analysis of English-language special literature;- Possession of strategies for self-improvement of knowledge and skills of a foreign technical language.University certificate of the subject "English language" Technical English at Work, David Clarke, Cornelsen;Technology in Business, Lisa Marie Engel, Cornelsen;IT Matters for IT-specialists, Ken Thomson, Cornelsen;Career Express, Jane Maier-Fairclough, Cornelsen;English at work, Anthony Cosgrove, Cambridge;Dynamic Presentations, Mark Powell, Cambridge;Intercultural Competence in Business English, Rudi Camerer, Judith Mader; Cornelsen;Aflateen Manual, Microfinance Opportunities;Professional English in Use ICT, Santiago Remacha Esteras, Elena Marco Fabre;www.engine-magazine.de http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/n13xtmd5
German 1AIN1-0266Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Oral examinationEfficient communication (language level A1 or higher, see CEFR) in the general language and in study-oriented communication situations in the area of computer science. Understand and produce typical written and oral texts from computer science.Course at language level A2 (GER)H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio [21]A1, Cornelsen-Verlag, Berlin, 2015 H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio d A1,Conelsen-Verlag, Berlin 2005 S. Schlütter: Menschen DaF Berufstrainer, Hueber-Verlag, 2015 J. Braunert, W. Schlenker: Unternehmen Deutsch, Klett Verlag, 2010G. Mehlhorn, DaF im Unternehmen A1, Klett-VerlagN. Becker, J. Braunert, Alltag, Beruf & Co, Hueber Verlag, 2009U. Hirschfeld, K. Reinke: Phonothek intensiv, Langenscheidt, 2007
German 2AIN1-0276Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Oral examinationEfficient communication (language level A2 or higher, see CEFR) in the general language and in study-oriented communication situations in the area of computer science. Understand and produce typical written and oral texts from computer science.Knowledge at A1 level (GER)H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio [21]A2, Cornelsen-Verlag, Berlin, 2015 H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio d A2,Cornelsen-Verlag, Berlin 2005 S. Schlütter: MenschenA2,DaF Berufstrainer, Hueber-Verlag, 2015 J. Braunert, W. Schlenker: Unternehmen Deutsch, Klett Verlag, 2010G. Mehlhorn, DaF im Unternehmen A1, Klett-VerlagN. Becker, J. Braunert, Alltag, Beruf & Co, Hueber Verlag, 2009 E.Frey, R, Dittrich: Übungsgrammatik Sequenzen DaF, Cornelsen, 2005 M. Knirsch: Hören & Sprechen Hueber, 2001
German 3AIN1-0286Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Oral examination1) Efficient communication (language level B1.2or higher, see CEFR) in professional and business-oriented communication situations in the area of computer science. 2) Understand and produce typical written and oral texts from Web-Informatik. 3) Mastery of self-development strategies for technical and general language skills and language skills 4) Foundations of intercultural communication.At least knowledge at B1.1 level (GER)H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio [21]B1.2, Cornelsen-Verlag, Berlin, 2015 A. Klein: Kurz und bündig A2-B1,Liebaug-Dartmann Verlag, 2007 C. Fanarych, U. Tallowitz: „Klipp und Klar“, Klett, 2000J. Braunert: Unternehmen Deutsch B1, Klett-Verlag, 2010dazu aktuelle fachgebietsrelevante Literatur sowie relevante fachgebietsbezogene Websites und Fachzeitschriften
German 4AIN1-0296Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Oral examination1) Efficient communication (language level B1.2or higher, see CEFR) in professional and business-oriented communication situations in the area of computer science. 2) Understand and produce typical written and oral texts from Web-Informatik. 3) Mastery of strategies to independently develop language and general language skills and abilities. 4) Foundations of intercultural communication.At least knowledge at B1.1 level (GER)H. Funk, C. Kuhn: Studio [21]B1.2, Cornelsen-Verlag, Berlin, 2015 A. Klein: Kurz und bündig A2-B1,Liebaug-Dartmann Verlag, 2007 C. Fanarych, U. Tallowitz: „Klipp und Klar“, Klett, 2000J. Braunert: Unternehmen Deutsch B1, Klett-Verlag, 2010dazu aktuelle fachgebietsrelevante Literatur sowie relevante fachgebietsbezogene Websites und Fachzeitschriften
German 5AIN1-0306Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Oral examination1) Effiziente Kommunikation (Sprachniveau B2.1 oder höher, vgl. CEFR) in berufs-und geschäftsorientierten Kommunikationssituationen im Bereich Informatik mit Fokus auf Web Programmierung. 2) Verstehen und Produzieren fachgebietsrelevantertechnischerund wirtschaftsbezogenermündlicherund schriftlicherTextsorten. 3) Strategien zur Bewältigung von Kommunikationsproblemen im Kommunikationsbereich. 4) Effektives Informationsmanagement in multikulturellen Geschäfts-und Projektsituationen.At least knowledge at B1.1 level (GER)H. Funk. Studio d B2, Cornelsen Verlag, 2008Im Beruf B1+B2, Hueber 2013Klipp uns Klar B2 / C1, Klett Aktuelle fachgebietsrelevante Literatur sowie aktuelle Internet-Ressourcen Literatur zur interkulturellen Kommunikation und zu Projektmanagement
German 6AIN1-0316Lecturers of INAI.KGNoneWritten examination/Project1) Efficient communication (language level B2.2 or higher, see CEFR) in professional, business and project-oriented communication situations in the field of computer science with a focus on web programming. 2) Strategies for addressing communications problems in the communications sector. 3) Effective information management in multicultural business and project situations. 4) Effective handling of subject-relevant technical and business-related oral and written text types.At least knowledge at B2.1 level (GER)H. Funk. Studio d B2, Cornelsen Verlag, 2008 Im Beruf B1+B2, Hueber 2013 Klipp uns Klar B2 / C1, Klett Aktuelle fachgebietsrelevante Literatur sowie aktuelle Internet-Ressourcen Literatur zur interkulturellen Kommunikation und zu Projektmanagement
Kyrgyz AIN1-0338
PhilosophyAIN1-0342
History (State Examination)AIN1-0354
Introduction to EnterpreunershipAIN1-0362Ph.D. Ch.K.Sydykovawritten examination, test The "Introduction to Entrepreneurship" module introduces students to the theory and practice of entrepreneurship. Students will be competent to understand and classify forms of entrepreneurial activity. Students will learn the basics of creating their own business and the mechanism of the functioning of the enterprise. Students will get acquainted with the production process, the implementation of the entrepreneurial project, the basics of business planning and resource mobilization.Zabrodskaya NG Entrepreneurship. Organization and Economics of Small Enterprises
Introduction to MarketingAIN1-0372
Project ManagementAIN1-0382
Internship 1AIN1-03910
Internship 2AIN1-04018
Object Oriented System DevelopmentAIN1-0414M. BorubaevProjectProjectMastering students of knowledge of provisions, requirements of enterprise of applications from an object and technical point of zreniye for the analysis and for implementations, a choice of the necessary platform and also reading and creation by requirement specifications process business;To be able on the basis of the modern frameworks and design patterns in one of a set of different languages to project and realize programs. To impart to students ability to control monitoring of the version of the software;To develop bases of carrying out tests of development and also their planning of carrying out.Programming essentials Object Oriented ProgrammingAlan A. A. Donovan , Brian W. Kernighan The Go Programming Language, ISBN-10: 9780134190440;Sau Sheong Chang Go Web Programming, ISBN 9781617292569;
Introduction to Cloud ComputingAIN1-0424
Microprocessors & MicrocontrollersAIN1-0434
Software Architecture & Design patternsAIN1-0446
Introduction to Data MiningAIN1-0456Azamat KibekbaevProjectOne midterm and one Final exams will be administered1) Understand the basic application areas of data mining. 2)Identify where a descriptive and where a predictive technique should be used. 3)Know clustering methods in general and K-means algorithm in detail.4) Understand how basic association analysis methods work.5) Understand basic philosophy of decision tree algorithms and how CRT and C4.5 algorithms work.6) Understand the basic flow of a data mining project.7) Understand how to preprocess the data. J. Han, M. Kamber, J. Pei. (2006) “Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques”, Morgan Kaufman. Introduction to Data Mining, P. N. Tan, M. Steinbach, V. Kumar, 2006, Pearson Addison Wesley.
Number TheoryAIN1-0466
Machine LearningAIN1-0476
System Programming 2AIN1-0486this module does not exist. It went into the official curricula plan by accident. there is only one system programming module (AIN1-023)
RoboticsAIN1-0496
Information SecurityAIN1-0506
C# ProgrammingAIN1-0514Asylbek AbduvapovExamination  
Geographical Information SystemsAIN1-0524
Bachelor thesisAIN1-05312
Language Module 1 GermanAIN2-0016
Language Module 2 GermanAIN2-0026
Language Module 3 GermanAIN2-0036
Agile Project ManagementAIN2-0042
Enterprise Application DevelopmentAIN2-0056
Geo Data ProcessingAIN2-0064
System Specification and Requirements ManagementAIN2-0074
Enterprise Application DevelopmentAIN2-0084
Strategic Information Management / Project ManagementAIN2-0094
Mobile SystemsAIN2-0104
Project Module AIN-1: System DevelopmentAIN2-0118
Project Module AIN-2: System MaintenanceAIN2-0124
Business processes in software developmentAIN2-0134
Parallel SystemsAIN2-0146
Big DataAIN2-0156
Master ProjectAIN2-01628
Master SeminarAIN2-0172
Data Warehouse SystemeAIN2-0184
Development of application systemsAIN2-0194
Modern script languagesAIN2-0204
Global Business and Comminucation in EnglishAIN2-0214
Intercultural Communication in EnglishAIN2-0224
Latin in Medical SciencesMIN1-0014
Medical BiophysicsMIN1-0024Doctor of Medical Sciences, Senior Researcher Kuldanbayev N.K.preparation and presentation of essaysWritten examination1) mastering the methodological foundations of the subject for solving biomedical problems: instrumental methods of analysis; data processing; methods of mathematical modeling of biological processes;2) development of the ability to logical and critical thinking, to the exact setting of tasks and determining priorities for solving biomedical problems;3) the acquisition of the skills of scientific analysis and processing of biomedical data, the formation of results and conclusions.PTI002: Fundamentals of Higher Mathematics;NIT003: Physics;MIN1-013B93 Hardware of Medical Information Systems;1.Glaser, R.Biophysics: An Introduction.2ndEdition.Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg,2012. 407p.2.Schiessel, H. Biophysics for Beginners: A Journey Through the Cell Nucleus.Pan Stanford,2013. 420 p.3.Cotterill, R. Biophysics: An introduction. Chichester; New York: Wiley, 2002.395 p.4.Владимиров В.А., РощупкинД.И., Потапенко А.Я., Деев А.И. Биофизика. М., Медицина, 1983. –272 с.5.Антонов В.Ф., Черныш A.M., ПасечникВ.И., ВознесенскийС.А, Козлова Е.К. Биофизика: Учеб. для студ. высш. учеб. заведений. –Б63 М.: Гуманит. изд. центр ВЛАДОС,1999. –288 с.
Physiology and Anatomy 1MIN1-0034Ph.d,Dr.DavletovaCh.IStudyofastructureandregularity of functioning of organs and systems of a healthy body, its interrelation with environment and regulatory mechanisms.1.Humananatomy:SapinM.R., KolesnikovL.L., NikitukD.B. 2, 2005.2.Nozdrachev A.D., Bajenov U.I., Barannikova I.A. and others. General course of physiology of human and animals: Book 1, 2009.3.Nozdrachev A.D., Bajenov U.I., Barannikova I.A. and others. General course of physiology ofhuman and animals: Book 2, 2011.4.Agdjanyan N.A., Smirnov V.M. Normal physiology of a human; Medicine, 2011.5.Internet resources
Physiology and Anatomy 2MIN1-0044
Radiation and Instrumental Diagnostics 1MIN1-0054Doctor of Medical Sciences, Senior Researcher Kuldanbayev N.K.preparation and presentation of essaysWritten examination1) mastering the methodological foundations of the subject for solving biomedical problems;2) to reveal the nature of the emergence of various kinds of bioelectric signals, biopotentials, their conversion into analog and digital forms;3) to reveal the features of the construction of medical devices and systems used for diagnosis and treatment;4) show the processing of bioelectric signals and biopotentials using mathematical methods;5) the acquisition of the skills of scientific analysis and processing of biomedical data, the formation of results and conclusions.PTI002: Fundamentals of Higher Mathematics;NIT003: Physics;MIN1-013B93 Hardware of Medical Information Systems;1.Saltzman, W. Mark. Biomedical engineering: bridging medicine and technology. –2ndEdition.–Cambridge University Press,2015. –743 p.2.Introduction to biomedical engineering/ [edited by] John Enderle, Joseph Bronzino. –3rdEdition.–Elsevier, 2012. –1253 p.3.Линденбратен Л.Д., Королюк И.П. Медицинская радиология (основы лучевой диагностики и лучевой терапии): Учебник. –2-е изд., перераб. и доп. –М.: Медицина, 2000. –672 с: ил. (Учеб. лит. для студентов мед. вузов).4.Антонов В. Ф., Черныш A. M., Пасечник В. И., Вознесенский С. А, Козлова Е. К. Биофизика: Учеб. для студ. высш. учеб. заведений. –Б63 М.: Гуманит. изд. центр ВЛАДОС,1999. –288 с.5.Владимиров В.А., Рощупкин Д.И., Потапенко А.Я., Деев А.И. Биофизика. М., Медицина, 1983. –272 с.
Radiation and Instrumental Diagnostics 2MIN1-0064
Medical BiologyMIN1-0074Ph.d,Dr.DavletovaCh.IModern biology is a theoretical basement for medicine because it is a system of sciences about live nature, that studies general conformity with evolution of live nature, discovering the nature of the live and its forms. Medical biology- is a field of biology that has practical applications in medicine, health care and laboratory diagnostics; it is the cornerstone of modern health care and laboratory diagnostics. It concernes a wide range of scientific and technological approaches: from an in vitro diagnostics to the in vitro fertilisation, from the molecular mechanisms of a cystic fibrosis to the population dynamics of the HIV, from the understanding molecular interactions to the study of the carcinogenesis, from a single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) to the gene therapy.1.Medicalbiology. DubininS.I., VacenkoA.I. andothers. Poltava2014.2.Medicalbiology. V.E.Butvilovskiy, R.G. Zayac, V.V. Davydov. Minsk, BGMU2014.3.Biology.YaryginM., 1985, 2004.4.Biology with general genetics. A.A. Slusarev–M., 1979, 1983.5.Internetresources.
Health and Health CareMIN1-0084Ph.d,Dr.DavletovaCh.IThe study of the structure and basis of healthcareas a system of state, public, social-economic and medical events that guarantees a high level of community’s health security and improvement.1.Public health and healthcaresystem. N.E. Porada. “IVCMinfin”.2.Publichealthandhealthcare system. GlushankoV.S. Vitebsk: BGMU, 2011.3.Healthcare system of Kyrgyz Republic.4.Internet resources.
Medical Informatics and StatisticsMIN1-0094Asylbek Abduvapov
Physical MedicineMIN1-0104
Obtaining and Processing of Medical DataMIN1-0114
Multimedia Systems und TelemedicineMIN1-0124
Hardware of Medical Information SystemsMIN1-0134
Signal Processing of Medical DevicesMIN1-0144Asylbek Abduvapov
Web TechnologiesWIN1-00161. Introduction (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)2. Structure of the HTML document3. The main elements of the HTML document (Headings, Paragraph, Link, Images, List)4. Tables5. Forms6. Advantages of CSS styles7. Classes8. Identifiers9. Pseudo-classes10. Pseudo-elements11. The Basics of JavaScript12. Objects13. Classes14. Functions15. Arrays16. Regular expressions
Web ProgrammingWIN1-00261. Introduction to PHP.2. The Basics of PHP Syntax.3. Control structures.4. Cycles5. Processing requests using PHP.6. Functions in PHP.7. Objects and classes in PHP.8. Working with arrays9. Data processing in PHP arrays10. Working with strings.11. Working with the file system.12. Databases MySql (create, update, delete, select etc.).13. Sessions in PHP.14. Regular expressions.15. Using templates in PHP.
Content Management SystemsWIN1-0034
Development of Samrtphone User InterfacesWIN1-0044
Management of WebserversWIN1-0054
Introduction to business administration & economicsBIN2-0014
Technology & business modellingBIN2-0024
ManagementBIN2-0034
Project Modul BIN-1: Start up Coaching 1 - Business modellingBIN2-0048
Projektmodul BIN-2: Start up Coaching 2 - Business plan & launchBIN2-0054
Finance & accountingBIN2-0064
Business planBIN2-0074
Legal aspectsBIN2-0084
Big Data (no programming exercises)BIN2-0094
module catalogue Nr. 1MOD_CAT_14
module catalogue Nr. 2MOD_CAT_26
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