volume 155 number 2 March-April
Generalized Laplacian and Boundary Properties of Differentiated Poisson Integrals for a Half-Space
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili,
ABSTRACT. In the present paper we study boundary properties of differentiated Poisson integrals for a half-space when integral density has generalized Laplacian. Theorems generalizing corresponding investigations of the author are proved.
Key words: POISSON INTEGRAL, LAPLACIAN.
Weighted Problems for Second Order Elliptic Equations Degenerated on a Whole Boundary
Presented by Academician T.Burchuladze,
Abstract. The weighted boundary value problem is considered for a second order elliptic equation with degeneration on a whole boundary. The uniqueness and existence theorems are proved.
Key words: DIRICHLET PROBLEM, ELLIPTIC SYSTEMS, EXTREMUM PRINCIPLE.
Logical Approach of the Educational Process Management
Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze,
ABSTARCT. Managing of educational process with logical approach is advisable by transformation of a judgement.
Key words: EDUCATIONAL PROCESS MANAGING, CATEGORICAL AND CONDITIONAL JUDGEMENT, TRANSFORMATION OF A JUDGEM
T.Abesadze, L.Chotorlishvili, A.Tugushi
The Influence of a Low-Frequency Nonresonance Field on Spectral Diffusion Processes
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T.Sanadze,
ABSTRACT. A study of the dependence of a low-frequency nonresonance field on spectral diffusion processes has been made. The relationship between a "burned hole" width and a low-frequency field intensity has been analysed.
Key words: HAMILTONIAN.
T. butkhuzi, N. gamkrelidze, G. natsvlishvili, M.sharvashidze, T. chelidze
Electric Conductivity of ZnS Single
Presented by Academician J. Lominadze,
ABSTRACT. We use radical-beam gettering epitaxy (RBGE) method combined with ion implantation by self-metal component to study self-defective electric conductivity of ZnS single crystals. We observe sharp dose dependence on conductivity implanted ZnS basic samples after traditional thermal method processing, opposite to treatment by RBGE. It is supposed that especially sharp increase of conductivity of samples implanted by high dose at T=300° C temperature is caused by creation of clusters of metal. In RGBE method creation of clusters does not take place because of extragation of Zn atoms from the substrate crystal. These suppositions were confirmed by photoluminescence spectra.
Key words: SEMICONDUCTIVE COMPOUNDS, RADICAL-BEAM GETTERING EPITAXY METHOD.
V.Kashia, P.Kervalishvili, Academician R.Salukvadze, Z.Salukvadze
Sorption Properties of Bismuth, Antimony and Germanium towards Sodium Vapours
ABSTRACT. In this paper results of experimental investigations of sorption properties of materials (bismuth, antimony, germanium) with lamellar-folded structure towards sodium vapours are represented. These materials serve as a basis for creation of the active sorption layer of multilayer sodium sensors and systems controlling impermeability of liquid-metallic contours.
It is shown that under identical conditions for bismuth, antimony and germanium the latter is characterized by its best sorption properties towards sodium vapours.
Inside the system "oriented monocrystal - sodium vapour" the fenomenon of anomalous anisotropic expansion of a matrix during the process of sodium atoms penetration in its structure is discovered.
New, so far unknown for chemistry, class of alkaline metals’ germanides M2Ge (where M - K, Na or Cs) is detected. It is supposed that they are a product of the low-temperature intercalation of alkaline metals’ atoms into the germanium’s lamellar structure.
Key words: MULTILAYER SENSOR, BISMUTH, ANTIMONY, GERMANIUM, SODIUM, VAPOURS, SORPTION, ANISOTROPIC EXPANSION, INTERCALATION.
Binary and Fuzzy Signal Processing Using the Connectivity Analysis
Presented by Academician N.Amaglobeli,
ABSTRACT. The problem of designing of the reliable restoration units of the voting type under the redundancy of the information channels in technological control systems is solved by the use of the fuzzy connectivity analysis. New method for the restoration of output signals (binary and fuzzy, single-valued and vector) is suggested. The approach, as an alternative to the statistical one, avoids many problems which arise under the latter.
Key words: BINARY AND FUZZY SIGNALS, SIGNAL PROCESSING, CONNECTIVITY ANALYSIS, FUZZY APPROACH.
Change of the Order-Disorder Phase Transition Type in the Two-Component Ordering Alloys
Presented by Academician G.Kharadze,
ABSTRACT. Two-component ordering alloys with a superstructure described by two long-range order parameters are considered. It is shown, that for some given values of the system's energy constants ratio p the concentration variation can alter the type of the order-disorder transition. Being discontinuous for some concentrations, this transition becomes continuous as the concentration reaches a specific value c° . The c° (p) dependence is obtained.
Key words: ORDERING ALLOYS, PHASE TRANSITIONS.
P.Shubitidze, R.Jobava, D.Karkashadze, D.Pommerenke, R.Zaridze
Electrostatic Discharge of Objects with Surface Resistance
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T.Sanadze,
ABSTRACT. Electrostatic discharge of the body with different surface resistance is investigated. Influence of the surface resistance on the current in the arc and on the radiated by the body fields is studied. The problem is formulated in the terms of surface integral equation for magnetic field. The equation is solved by the Method of Moments in time domain. Results are given for spheroid with different surface impedances. It is shown that for some kind of distribution of surface impedance the level of radiation from electrostatic discharge can be reduced.
Key words: ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE, IMPEDANCE.
Numerical Model of the Dew Point Deficit Prediction with Account of Orography Influence
Presented by Academician B.Balavadze,
ABSTRACT. The problem of the dew point
deficit short-term prediction for the limited area is argued. The scheme takes
into consideration the
Key words: OROGRAPHY, DEW POINT
Semiannual Variations in the F Region of Ionosphere and their Relationship with the Rate of Change of Solar Zenith Angle
Presented by Academician B.Balavadze,
ABSTRACT. Semiannual variations (SAV) for critical frequency of F2 layer and for the rate of the solar zenith-angle have been discussed. It is demonstrated that f0F2 at constant zenith angle has SAV and these variations are strongly pronounced at solar maximum. It is shown that SAV of f0F2 at fixed zenith angle can be explained by peculiarities of the seasonal variations of the sun's angular rate.
Key words: IONOSPHERE, SOLAR ZENITH ANGLE
On Restriction of Development of Tropical Cyclone through Preventive Selective Artificial Restratification of Instable Atmosphere-Ocean System
Presented by Academician B.Balavadze,
ABSTRACT. The conditions of realization of proposed earlier conception of restriction of development of tropical cyclones into hurricanes are considered. The conception provides the preventive artificial restratification of coupled air-sea system within the selected strips of ocean. Corresponding approach is based on the assumption about the rigid dependence of the tropical cyclone movement on the ocean surface temperature field, at least, during the first stage of its life cycle. Such an approach is supported by analysis of numerous natural observations and allows to design directing of the tropical cyclone along desired trajectory through formation of one or more extended strips with comparatively low temperature. The restratification of coupled air-sea layer (marked by Welander type convective instability) through artificial generation of convective clouds in selected zones of ocean is envisaged. Preliminary consideration of the possible technical and economical conditions of the conception implementation is also presented.
Key words: HURRICANE, OCEAN, ATMOSPHERE, TROPICAL CYCLONE, INSTABILITY ENERGY, RESTRATIFICATION.
M.Gverdtsiteli, N.Kobakhidze, M.Gverdtsiteli
Algebraic Characterization of Thermal Isomerization of Boracyclanes
Presented by Academician K.Japaridze,
ABSTRACT. The algebraic method of organic compounds notation in the form of square symmetric matrices is considered; their diagonal elements represent the atomic numbers of chemical elements, whereas nondiagonal ones - the multiplicity of chemical bonds (ANB - matrices). Algebraic characterization of the thermal isomerization of boracyclanes is given in the terms of this method.
Key words: BORACYCLANES, ISOMERIZATION, MATRICES.
D.Tugushi, M.Gverdtsiteli, G.Otinashvili, M.Samkharadze
The Method of Obtaining of Poly (o - Nitro)Sulphides
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy L.Khananashvili, November 21, 1996
ABSTRACT. Poly(o-nitro)sulphides were synthesized on the base of bis-(4-mercaptophenyl)oxide and bis-(4-chloro-3- nitrophenyl)sulphone. The structure of synthesized polymeric product was confirmed by the data of IR-spectroscopy and elementary analysis.
Key words: SULPHIDE, POLYMER.
The Investigation of Selective Effect of Solvents on the Contents of Enol-Form of Ethyl Acetoacetate
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy D.Ugrekhelidze, October 10, 1996
ABSTRACT. The selective effect of some solvents on contents of enol-forms of ethyl acetoacetate was investigated. The antibatic dependence of enol-form contents from solvent polarity parameter, Kirkwood's function, dipole moment and energy of solvatation was obtained in terms of correlation analysis, for specific refraction - simbatic.
Key words: ENOL, ETHYL ACETOACETATE, SOLVENTS, CORRELATION ANALYSE.
Research of Process of Getting Zinc Sulfide from Burnt Zinc
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy J.Japaridze, September 6, 1996
ABSTRACT. The conditions of technology of conversion of nonferrous metals and waste of production of zinc white into zinc ammoniate with aqua ammonia and afterwards into zinc sulfide and barium hydroxide with barium sulfide have been studied.
Optimum conditions: 10-15 % aqua ammonia, temperature 20-300C, ratio solid/liquid = 2-2.5, duration 1-1.5 h, degree of zinc extraction under such conditions is 96-98%.
The reaction between aqua ammonia of zinc and barium sulfide takes place under normal pressure and temperature conditions and with high efficiency of end products. This technology is processing with closed cycle towards ammonia and in succession with zinc secures to get various barium (BaO, BaO2,, BaSO4) compounds.
Key words: ZINC, AQUA AMMONIA, SULFIDE, LITHOPONE, BARIUM.
G.Gunia, Z.Svanidze, L.Svanidze
Usage of Atomic-Absorptional Method for Determining
Cadmium and Zinc While Controlling Pollution
of Natural Environment
Presented by Academician G.Svanidze, October 24, 1996
Abstract. The study of content of cadmium and zinc in sewage waters by atomic-absorptional method for determining their concentration while controlling pollution degrees by these elements.
Key words: CADMIUM, ZINC, KHELATFORMING SORBENT, POLIORG-VII M
Improvement of Air Pollution Protective Technical Measures with Regional Geophysical Parametrization
Presented by Academician G.Svanidze, March 20, 1997
ABSTRACT. The paper reports the stability importance of the atmosphere while transferring the polluted impurities. Conventional stability coefficient of atmosphere (M) for seaside and highland regions was obtained. The peculiarities of the regions while planning the protective measures against air pollution were taken into consideration.
Key words: ATMOSPHERE, POLLUTION STABILITY COEFFICIENT
Academician O.Natishvili, A.Dzlierishvili
Solution of Some Practical Problems Connected with a Free-Flow Motion in Cohesive Flow
Presented December 6, 1996
ABSTRACT. A discharge corresponding to a uniform motion of cohesive mud flow by means of tangential stress, where f(t ) is expressed by Shvedov-Bingam's relation is considered in this paper.
Key words: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION, DISCHARGE, MUD.
Heinzia sartousiana - from Upper Barremian Deposits of Georgia
Presented by Academician L.Gabunia, November 4,1996
ABSTRACT. Index-species Heinzia sartousiana has been described in Georgia for the first time and an opinion has been expressed about the expediency to rename the zone Subpulchellia plana-Heinzia matura into the generally accepted name Heinzia sartousiana.
Key words: AMMONITE, UPPER BARREMIAN.
Metamorphic Greenschist Facies of the Greater Caucasus
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy G.Zaridze, November 21, 1996
ABSTRACT. All outcrops of greenschist metamorphites of the Pass and the Elbrus subzones of Main Range zone of Georgia are studied at the level of facies and subfacies. Evolution of main minerals in relation with P-T conditions of progressive regional metamorphism is presented.
Key words: METAMORPHISM, METAMORPHITES, FACIES, SUBZONE, SUITE, GARNET, CHLORITE, BIOTITE.
MACHINE BUILDING SCIENCE
Longitudinal Oscillations of Aerial Rope Way During High Rigidity of Carrier Rope
Presented by Academician A.Dzidziguri, November 13, 1996
ABSTRACT. Oscillating along the carrier rope car is presented by the mechanical system with two degrees of freedom. While constructing movement equations nonlinear relations between partial systems, resistance forces and car trajectory tangent inclination angle are foreseen. Dynamic influence of longitudinal oscillations on the carrier and draught ropes is calculated; frequency indices of system for small oscillations are given.
Key words: ROPE WAY, OSCILLATING, DRAUGHT ROPE, CARRIER ROPE.
Influence of Hydroscheme Dimensions on the Function of Spillway Suppression Constructions
Presented by Academician Ts.Mirtskhulava, November 18, 1996
ABSTRACT. The work deals with hydroscheme dimension influence on spillway power suppression effectivity. The rise of the effectivity of spillway discharge power suppression process allows both to suppress power in a smaller water cushion, that is in a suppression well of a smaller size, resulting in cheaper construction, and to rise the safety of a well, lesssening the maintenance costs.
Key words: SPILLWAY, DISCHARGE.
T.Loladze, Academician M.Salukvadze, Academician G.Svanidze,
Academician V.Chavchanidze, R.Khurodze, R.Turmanidze, N.Berishvili, C.Beroshvili, P.Merabishvili, Sh.Nachkebia
Main Directions of Reorganization and Improvement of Power Supply System of Georgia
Presented February 24, 1997
ABSTRACT. In order to provide the stability of electric power supply in Georgia one of the applicable possibilities is to design and to assemble small hydro-stations.
It is recommended to assemble small hydro-stations by unified blocks, which reduce the expenses and time of design and assembling, simplify the conditions for repairing and exploitation.
Key words:POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM, HYDRO AND THERMAL POWER STATIONS, POWER CAPACITY.
Technology of Materials
Investigation of the Specific Electric Resistance and Thermal Conductivity of the Insulating Materials Al2O3 Under Reactor Irradiation
Presented by Academician R.Salukvadze, February 27, 1997
ABSTRACT. The work shows that after irradiation in the reactor by neutron fluence 3.1019 cm-2 (Tr = 6000C) the specific electric resistance of the aluminium oxide is decreasing 80 times, which is caused by electrical active complex arising of radiation defects. In this case the coefficient of the thermal conductivity is not changing.
Key words: ALUMINIUM OXIDE Al2O3, IRRADIATION IN THE REACTOR, SPECIFIC ELECTRIC RESISTANCE, THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY.
The Study of Representatives of Genus Gloeosporium Desm. et Mont. in Adjara
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy G.Nakhutsrishvili, November 1996
ABSTRACT. As a result of our research 73 species of representatives of Gloeosporium genus have been revealed.
Among them 19 species are noted to be new for mycobiota of Georgia. You may find herewith attached the list of these species with brief diagnoses and names of the host plants.
Key words: MYCOBIOTA, GENUS GLOESPORIUM DESM. ET MONT.
E.Giorgobiani, M.Kikvidze, Sh.Chanishvili
Source Strength Influence on Phosphorus Substances Content in Grapevine Leaves
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy N.Nutsubidze, October 22, 1996
Abstract. The effect of partial defoliation and stem ringing on phosphorus substances content of grapevine variety Rkatsiteli was studied. Leaves have been collected on the 3rd day after defoliation and 5, 10 and 20 days after ringing in postflowering and berry growing phases. It turned out, that the partial defoliation results the increasing content of phosphorus forms in berries growing phase and is generally due to the age of leaves and plant vegetation phase. Under the stem ringing the decreasing of total and all forms of phosphorus maximum on the 10th day is observed.
Key words: GRAPEVINE, DEFOLIATION, RINGING, FORMS OF PHOSPHORUS.
Human and Animal Physiology
N.Devidze, Ts.Orjonikidze, M.Ghoghoberidze
"Non-Specific Grooming" Dynamics under Psycho-Emotional Stress Conditions
Presented by the Corr.-Member of the Academy V.Mosidze, November 10, 1996
ABSTRACT. Possible behavior display of brain in reply to painfull irritation during the shaping of the defensive conditioned behavior was studied.
Experiments were conducted on white laboratory male rats (20 littermates).
Considering the literature data with results of our experiments we suppose that "none-specific grooming" creates optimal emotional background to form adequate defensive reaction through unlading of the negative emotional tension.
Key words: BEHAVIOR, BRAIN SELF-REGULATION MECHANISMS, "NON-SPECIFIC GROOMING".
HUMAN AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
Academician T.Ioseliani, E.Mitaishvili
Alimentary Delayed Reaction in Albino Rats
Presented October 28, 1996
ABSTRACT. Analysis of our experimental data shows, that albino rats are able to perform alimentary delayed reactions even when tested with indirect method. Delay maximum in albino rats ranges within 15-20 sec. An increase of the food reward amount intensifies the animal's drive for the feeder, i.e. increases the signalling conditioned stimulus (SCS) motivational force, that has a positive effect on the delayed reaction performance and increases the delay maximum.
Key words: ALBINO RATS, SIGNALLING CONDITIONED STIMULUS.
Human and Animal Physiology
Dynamics of Motor Activity at Different Stages of Information Pathology of Higher Nervous Activity
Presented by Academician M.Khananashvili, October 10, 1996
ABSTRACT. On the earlier stage (1 month) of the higher nervous activity informational pathology development under condition of the deficiency of pragmatic information with heightened motivation of behaviour the influence of pathologic factor on cerebrum leads to raising the general motor activity of the animal. It is regarded as a positive reaction characterized by intensifying of activation of cerebrum self-regulation activity. As a result, the stableness of the nervous system increases against the pathogenic factors.
Key words: BEHAVIOUR, CEREBRUM SELF-REGULATION, MOTOR ACTIVITY, ALBINO RATS.
Human and Animal Physiology
Visuo-Spatial Processing in Epileptic Children
Presented by Academician V.Okujava, September 17, 1996
ABSTRACT. Visuo-spatial disorders in epileptic patients (the Lennox-Gastaut syndrome) were investigated. Epileptic children displayed marked impairment of spatial orientation on the map. 5 patients exposed to petit mal status a few days after the examination have shown the lowest performance level. The disability of geographic orientation is suggested to serve as a prognostic indicator of forecoming complications of patients, clinical state.
Key words: EPILEPTIC CHILDREN, GEOGRAPHIC ORIENTATION.
Standard Samples of Acetylcodeine and Acetylmorphine Production
Presented by Academician M.Zaalishvili, December 12, 1996
ABSTRACT. In the present paper we report on the methods of analysis and standard of acetylmorphine and acetylcodeine. This will help to make laboratory conclusion at narcotic examination.
Key words: ACETYLCODEINE, ACETYLMORPHINE, STANDARD
N.Metreveli, T.Mdzinarashvili G.Mrevlishvili
The Microcalorimetric Study of Thermodynamic Parameters of Collagen Melting in Diluted Water Solutions at Different Scanning Rates
Presented by Academician M.Zaalishvili, March 4, 1997
ABSTRACT. We study the partial heat capacity functions of the collagen in diluted water solutions at various heating rate: 0.125; 0.25; 0.5; 1.0; 2.0 K/min. Results indicate that for description the helix-coil transition in collagen solution it is necessary to undertake detailed kinetic analysis of this process. The linear correlation between entropy, enthalpy and heat capacity change, tabulated for globular proteins, completely distorted for collagen which indicates that the mechanism of stabilization of their structures is fundamentally different. It's suggested that water plays important role in the stability of triple helix of collagen.
Key words: COLLAGEN, PARTIAL HEAT CAPACITY.
T.Arabidze, G.Pruidze, M.Silagadze, A.Kipiani, L.Pachuashvili
Natural Concentrates of Tea as Bread Quality Improvers
Presented by Academician G. Kvesitadze, October 3, 1996
ABSTRACT. Tea concentrates from local plants have been studied. It was proved that using them in bread baking enables to make high quality bread from low condition flour.
Key words: BREAD, CATECHOL.
Nontraditional Products Influence on Bees Vital Functions
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy I.Eliava, September 13, 1996
ABSTRACT. The new attractant substances, fennel amulgated oil and the extract Southern American plant Stevia rebaudiana (Bert), have been studied. They were used to increase the attraction of artificial food (starch hydrolyzate) for bees. The morphological, physiological and economic indices of the organisms of bees have been analyzed. It had been stated that attractant substances of enriched food has no negative influence on the vital activities of bees. The development indices of experimental bee families were almost identical. Basing on the experiment data these nontraditional substances can be used as bee food.
Key words: BEE, AMYLAZE, STARCH HYDROLYZATE, ARTIFICIAL FOOD.
K.Zviadadze, N.Saparishvili, N.Gelovani
The Influence of Growth Factors on the Amphibian Iris Cells
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy B.Kurashvili, October 3, 1996
Abstract. Transdifferentiation of amphibian iris epithelial cells under the influence of nerve growth factor (NGF) and transferin was studied. It has been shown that only in triton iris epithelial cells NGF causes transdiferentiation into lens cells. The problem of cell reprogramming and the expression of inherent properties of the iris epithelial cells are discussed.
Key words: GROWTH FACTORS, TRANSDIFFERENTIATION, AMPHIBIAN IRIS CELLS.
Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy T.Dekanozishvili, November 13, 1996
ABSTRACT. Caries appears to be the most pervasive disease. There are some real ways of the caries prophylaxis: the first measure of avoiding stomatologic disease is prophylaxis while pregnancy. The first year of teething is characterized with a large number of possible carieses and that is why it is necessary to keep to the appropriate regime.
Key words: ORAL HYGIENE, STREPTOCOCCI, HYDROCARBONS FERMENTATION.
Ultrastructural Variability of Adrenal Glands under Antigenic Stimulation in Experiment
Presented by Academician N.Javakhishvili, January 9, 1997
ABSTRACT. Our experimental observations indicate that variability of cortex and medula cells of adrenal glands on the initial stage of infection can be estimated as compensatory-adaptive reaction, while in later terms up to 10-15 days - as dryness and dystrophy of glands parenchymal elements.
Key words: ADRENAL GLANDS, ULTRASTRUCTURE, ANTIGENIC STIMULATION.
Arnold Gehlen about Philosophic Anthropology
Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy N.Chavchavadze, December 12, 1996
Abstract. Arnold Gehlen is one of the most brilliant figures of the philosophic anthropology. His ideas about philosophic anthropology as the science in general are very interesting. He says that the science about man is possible to exist. He considers that the advantage of the philosophic anthropology that states something based on different ideas and conducts more deep research. Philosophic anthropology involves both sides of a man's nature: spiritual and physical. Thus Gehlen approves the existence of the philosophic anthropology.
Key words: A. GEHLEN, ANTHROPOLOGY, MAN.
Some Issues of Legal Regulation of Human Organ and/or Tissue Transplantation
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy L.Aleksidze, January 22, 1997
ABSTRACT. Scientific technical progress has aggravated the problems in legal science and medical practice. Consequently there emerged a new trend in legal science, connected with transplantatical problems of medical experience. The problem has wide reach and it involves not only law, but also other branches of science. The problem is all the more extensive that it covers branches of law _ Criminal Law, Civil Law, Human Rights etc.
Key words: TRANSPLANTATION, LAW, LEGISLATION.
Object-Logical Typology of Anthroponyms in the English Language
Presented by Academician G.Tsitsishvili, December 13, 1996
ABSTRACT. The study shows, that anthroponyms organized according to the principle of hypero-hyponymy, where hierarchy is realized with the help of generic aspectual relations make a system in the English language. These lexical units are differentiated according to the object-logical criterion. As a result the semantic space designated by anthroponyms is devided into 4 main spheres.
Key words: ANTHROPONYM, LEXICAL FIELD, SEMANTIC SPACE, OBJECT-LOGICAL SYSTEMATIZATION.
Hystory of Arts
Some Peculiarities of Sonata Forms in B.Kvernadze's Instrumental Concertos
Presented by Academician N.Janberidze, January 22, 1997
ABSTRACT. The quality of improvising mentality, which is so characteristic to B.Kvernadze (modern Georgian composer, born in 1928) falls into the framework of forms and genres, established in early European classial music. His improvisation is always logical and strictly organized in the traditions of the mentioned classical forms. His work includes classical concerto, symphony, poem, etc.
Key words: SONATA, REALIZATION, REPRISE, STRUCTURE, MODIFICATION, IMPROVISATION, FORMS, GENRES, CONCERTO, SYMPHONY, POEM.
History of Art
Role of Repetitive Principle of the Twentieth Century Music (Jazz, Rock, Repetitive Music)
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy P.Zakaraia, January 27, 1997
ABSTRACT. The work explores repetitive principle together with variability which is considered to be the guiding force in the development of music. Its possibilities are clearly seen in the twentieth century music in professional music as well as in Jazz music and Rock music. Ostinato, intonational patterns, harmonies, rhythms are typical for Jazz, repetitive and Rock compositions. All this was conditioned in non-European traditions particularly in meditations, partially in separate tendencies of European professional music.
Key words: OSTINATO, REPETITIVE MUSIC, JAZZ, ROCK.
The Veinakhs in Southern Syria (the Golans)
Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy A.Gvakharia, October 15, 1996
ABSTRACT. The North-Caucasians - the Chechens, the Ingushs, the Circacsians - have always been distinguished among a large variety of the nations that populate the Caucasus. Looking for a better life, a part of them left the homeland and set out to the Middle East close on a century ago. Their living in emigration, full of hardships and struggle, is one of the most dramatic pages in the history of the mankind.
Key words: VEINAKS, CHECHENS, INGUSHS, ARSDKHOI, MUHADJIRS.