Avatar-Based Control and Development of Neuron Multi-Functional Platforms for Transformation Processes in the Digital Economy

Avatar-Based Control and Development of Neuron Multi-Functional Platforms for Transformation Processes in the Digital Economy

Vardan Mkrttchian (HHH University, Australia), Serge V. Chernyshenko (Open University for the Humanities and Economics, Russia) and Ekaterina Aleshina (Penza State University, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1581-5.ch012

Abstract

The diverse sectors of the economy are subject to transformational processes in the digital economy. The reason for the rapid digital progress based on a functioning mechanism and the great attention to this transformation are the only economic reasons for reducing the costs of the transformation elements that are present in every product and, along with the transformation, affect mainly all sectors of the economy. For example, in the European Union there is a Permanent Forum on the digital teaching of environmental disciplines. In authors' opinion, the existing transformation models are extremely useful in connection with the decision of Russia and the EAEU member countries on the transformation of Digital Economy. This chapter sets the task of managing on the basis of avatars and developing neural multifunctional technological platforms for transformation processes in Digital Economy as based on the analysis of world experience in the use of digital technologies in teaching environmental disciplines and Triple H Avatar.
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Introduction And Background

Extensive literature is devoted to the use of digital technologies in the teaching of environmental disciplines. Consider some relevant publications of scientists from different countries on this topic. First of all, we note that the focus is not on teaching ecology as a scientific discipline, but rather on teaching the fundamentals of ecological culture to a wide audience, including primary and secondary school students, university students of various profiles, trainees, retraining courses, etc. In addition, it is often a question of including elements of environmental education in courses that are not directly related to ecology or biology. It can be such objects as cultural studies, physical education, music, foreign languages, etc. Moreover, since ecology is considered as an element of general culture, in many cases we are talking about taking into account national or local characteristics of the students' culture, into which they should be “embedded” elements of environmental culture.

Here are some examples of such “nationally-oriented” methodologies. So, in an article (Bartasson, & Saito, 2015), the authors consider ways of teaching the basics of biodiversity to students in the 6th grade of a comprehensive school in Brazil. A special computer program (PROBIO-EE) is described, with the help of which students build special “conceptual maps”, which helps them to understand the importance of preserving the diversity of nature - which, of course, is very important for Brazil with its very rich and unique, but at the same time the time is very fragile tropical flora and fauna, despite the fact that local folk culture is more inherent in the idea of ​​exploiting natural objects, rather than protecting them.

In the paper (Debes & Oznacar, 2018), also devoted to the problems of education in the Amazon, the situation is considered in a more general perspective: how can digitalization improve the level of education of the population of the region? It is emphasized that no financial injections into the equipment of local schools will give the desired result without a systematic approach to the use of computer technology, without competent management of the educational process that specifically takes into account the new opportunities introduced by digital technologies.

The article (Fish & Syed, 2018) contains suggestions for revising the structure of educational programs for US Indians. The educational program is proposed to be based on some ecosystem models (expressed in the form of specially designed information environments) that reflect, to a large extent, the traditional attitude of these ethnic groups.

Environmental education in Mozambique in conditions of high migration activity of the population (associated with both rapid social changes and urban growth, and with the remaining nomadic traditions of a part of the population) is considered in the article (Tumbo, 2018). It is shown that the latest digital technologies open up fundamentally new opportunities, in particular, thanks to effective telecommunication facilities, and, naturally, contribute to a new outbreak of interest in various forms of distance education.

Nepal's unique experience in developing digital environmental education is described in (Tapa & Sein, 2018). It is shown how the national program “to every student - a laptop” works in a mountainous landscape with significant territorial and cultural isolation of certain regions of the country. It is noted that for developing countries, even a very modest improvement in the material and methodological support of schools can lead to a noticeable increase in the level of education.

Key Terms in this Chapter

State-Owned Corporation (SOE): Is a business enterprise where the state has significant control through full, majority, or significant minority ownership.

Application of Blockchain Technology: Is application multifunctional and multilevel information technology designed to reliably record various assets in Digital Economy for help the technological challenges and created tools.

Avatar Model of High Technology: Is new model with natural intelligent for Avatar introduced in 2011 from Professor Vardan Mkrttchian.

Intelligent Visualization Techniques: Is the process of presenting data in the form of an image in order to maximize the convenience of understanding them; giving a visible form to any conceivable object, subject, process, and so on.

Response to Intervention (RTI): Is a multi-tier approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs; service for management educational process for corrections.

Entrepreneurs to Real Using Emerging Tools: Is entrepreneurs for the real use of new tools is a new approach to the concept of entrepreneurial phenomenon in a regional digital economy that can be used both at the national and national levels introduced in 2018 from Professor Vardan Mkrttchian.

Sharing Digital Resource: Is exchanged of the digital resource is a new type of cooperation between enterprises in the digital economy in the form of knowledge obtained from digital avatars introduced in 2018 from Professor Vardan Mkrttchian.

Blockchain Technology: Is a multifunctional and multilevel information technology, designed to reliably record various assets in digital economy.

Big Data Analytics: Is the mathematical and software techniques for examining large and varied data sets to uncover hidden patterns, unknown correlations, market trends, customer preferences and other useful information that can help organizations make more-informed business decisions.

Avatar-Based Management: Is innovation management technique for human intellectual control.

Help and Control System: Is the system of reference and control is a new system based on knowledge and used for entrepreneurial in a digital economy introduced in 2018 from Professor Vardan Mkrttchian.

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