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Logistics and transportation
Kizim A.A. - Internationalization of transport as the prerequisite for development of the global trade pp. 23-26


Abstract:  This scientific article is dedicated to the study of internationalization of transport as the prerequisites for development of the global trade. The author conducts a detailed analysis of the concept of internationalization of transport which is being actively used in domestic and foreign academic, scientific and specialized literature, due to the fact that in the modern conditions of economic development along with the evident trends of globalization of the world economy, internationalization of economic life, and regionalization of countries, a special significance gains the transportation of cargo that has achieved 15% of the world GDP by 2016. The article presents the author's original definition of the "internationalization of transport", which is being understood as a phenomenon in the world economy, inevitably resulting from the internationalization of all spheres of social reproduction (production and capital) as well as expressing the process of establishment and development of relationship between the national transportation systems, when such system of a single country acts as a part of the global transportation space. 
Oleinikova S.A., Romashchenko D.A. - Multi-agent approach towards resolution of the task on optimization of freight transports pp. 39-48


Abstract: This article examines the task on optimization of the process of freight transports from the perspective of maximization of the profit. The object of this research is the material and corresponding to them financial flows emerging in delivering of the incoming orders. The subject of this research is the coordination of actions on managing the process of selection of an order by transportation means in large volume transports. The goal of the work consists in formulation of the approach, which allows optimizing the process of freight transports considering the current status and load of the transport from the perspective of maximization of the gained profit. The authors suggest a multi-agent approach as a method of solution of the set task. Each of the intellectual agents of the system resolves the task of purposefulness of receiving the order based on the assigned by it transportation means. As a result, the authors propose a mathematical model of the system, which takes into account the current status of transportation means, their capacity, and the ability of execution of the same order by multiple transports. The scientific novelty consists in development of the structure of multi-agent system with clarification of the key functions of the agents alongside the description of specificity of their interaction.
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