Implementation of Embedded Systems and Networks in E-Learning: Creation Science on Services with Cyber Control and Engineering

Implementation of Embedded Systems and Networks in E-Learning: Creation Science on Services with Cyber Control and Engineering

Larisa Sumzina (Russian State University for Tourism and Service, Russia) and Alexander Fedulin (Russian State University for Tourism and Service, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9489-7.ch030
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This chapter is the result of joint research and development on the basis of the signed agreement on cooperation between the HHH University and the Russian State University for Tourism and Service. The authors of the chapter based on the results of their own research, published earlier and created by IBM a new discipline to support the development of services in the computer industry offer the basics of the science of the service. This chapter brings the sciences of services to a new level, to implementation of embedded systems & networks and is becoming to Sciences of Services with the Cyber Control and Engineering(SSCC&E). The service is considered as a cyber-physical system with built-in computing, networking, and other electronic educational research and training tools of E-Learning. Established a science of services allows predicting the optimal balance between the real economy and its service support for every subject in Russian Federation.
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In the developed science about the services that are necessary to allocate the economic foundations that are necessary but not sufficient for the formation as a science, as will be shown below.

The transition to a market economy was marked by radical changes in the structure of the national economy. The most important of them should be considered reducing the share of the production industries, and increase the proportion of non-productive sphere - service. As in material production, in the non-manufacturing sector there are economic relations. They add up to the participation of its employees in achieving the goal mode of production through work.

Non-productive sphere linked with material production. Material production workers in exchange for services created in the non-manufacturing sector are the products of their labor to provide the means of subsistence workers unproductive and material conditions of their employment (the main non-productive assets).

Services unproductive workers are included in the private consumption of material production workers. From the point of view of the reproduction process, the inclusion of services in the sphere of personal consumption does not mean their absolute extinction. Otherwise, there could be no question of economic relations in the non-manufacturing sector. The peculiar nature of the reproducibility of services included in private consumption is that the non-productive sphere creates objective prerequisites for the resumption of the reproduction process. Firstly, the services of some production sphere are included in the cost of production of labor and reproduced workers in the production process. Secondly, the scope of personal consumption, taken in the aggregate of all social reproduction is a social process. Consumption of material goods of non-productive sphere follows from the necessity of a public employee unproductive and generates economic relations appropriation of wealth workers unproductive industries. In turn, this requires constantly renewed labor costs for the production of material goods for non-productive sphere.

In its economic essence of economic relations in the non-manufacturing sector are consumers' attitudes, non-material production. They appear: first, as the economic relations of bringing wealth to consumption in the non-manufacturing sector and, secondly, as economic relations on the creation in the non-service sector. An economic relation on the creation of services is characterized by an active role unproductive worker, but they also are not independent system of economic relations. The specific of these relations is determined by the fact that the process of creating services in non-manufacturing sector is both a process of consumption of material goods. Therefore, the ratio on the creation of services in non-manufacturing sectors is also the attitude of socially organized consumer products created in the 'material production.

There are some features of the unproductive sector as a social division of labor, which determine the specificity of economic relationships within it.

First, the non-productive sphere of material production differs from the functional purpose. This is not the metabolism between man and nature in order to adapt to meet their needs, and there is an impact on human and social conditions of its existence. Workers unproductive labor takes the form of services. It serves, on the one hand, acts as a work, on the other hand, as a result of employment as a useful effect labor. These two sides of services are two sides of a single whole.

Services non-productive branches are intangible (net) services, or non-production services, as they do not get the subject tangible form and do not accumulate in the form of a real, tangible wealth.

Along with intangible services are services that are branches of material production. Tangible services - services aimed at continuing the process of production in the sphere of circulation, transportation and storage of the material of the product and services to restore the original value of production of material production and the production of new consumer values. Tangible services include most of the services trade, catering, transport and communications, as well as production services consumer services, housing and utilities ion economy.

Services provided by the non-productive sphere, has an important economic properties, they have no value as non-production, and net services have no material substance for value creation. But in terms of commodity production service can take the form of the cost, to be bought and sold.

Key Terms in this Chapter

Scientific Revolution: Is system ability to easily try out roles, from lurking participant to author or program facilitator, provides motivation and opportunity for teachers to reflect on their professional activity, receive feedback and affirmation, and pursue advancement.

Cyber-Physic Systems: Is modern dynamic systems with peoples, machines, and computers.

Cyber Science of Services: Is of research and development (R&D) investment in service education and research by governments and businesses.

Sciences of Services with the Cyber Control and Engineering: Is intensive collaboration across academic disciplines.

Service Development: Is unproductive workers are included in the private consumption of material production workers.

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