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COMPUTER HARDWARE SUPPLY FOR INFORMATIZATION OF CLASSICAL UNIVERSITIES IN UKRAINE (1991—2011)

1N.O. PASICHNYK,

1R.Ya. RIZHNYAK

1 Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University, Ukraine

Nauka naukozn. 2017, 3(97): 108-120

https://doi.org/10.15407/sofs2017.03.108

Section: Science and Technology History

Language: Ukrainian

Abstract: Main tendencies in computer hardware supply for informatization of the population of Ukrainian classical universities in the economic environment of 1991—2011 are found by economic and statistical analysis. Data from the Ukrainian Ministry for Education and Science on the number of display seats in higher education establishments (HEEs) and the number of computer workplaces of Ukrainian HEEs per 100 full-time students are used for the analysis. Conclusions are made on the dynamics of the average computer software supply in Ukrainian classical universities per 100 full-time students, the average variation of this supply between universities in the period under study and variations in individual universities; on the correlation between time series characterizing the computer hardware supply in classical universities.

Keywords: classical universities, computer hardware, supply, time series, variation, pair correlation, concordance.

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