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  • Methodical Approaches and Mathematical Research Tools of the Correspondence Degrees for Those Trained In Accordance With the Federal State Educational Standards and the Last Requirements of the Bologna Process

Methodical Approaches and Mathematical Research Tools of the Correspondence Degrees for Those Trained In Accordance With the Federal State Educational Standards and the Last Requirements of the Bologna Process

Methodical Approaches and Mathematical Research Tools of the Correspondence Degrees for Those Trained In Accordance With the Federal State Educational Standards and the Last Requirements of the Bologna Process

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 2),

The instrumentality and methodical approach to solving the problem of matching students to the federal state educational standards, as well as problems of conformity with the essential requirements of the Russian standards of the Bologna agreement is offered in the paper. Tools to address both objectives are based on the provisions of pattern recognition theory. A graphic illustration is presented and the mathematical apparatus of construction of the feature space is given in order to simulate the degree of affiliation to the selected object class. Reference values, which student should achieve, are specified for a given level of student learning in this space. Similarly educational standard is compared with the requirements of the Bologna process. The authors propose methodological support of the study of the federal state educational standards compliance to the Bologna process, including the completeness verification, analysis consistency to each other and other legislative acts, check refinement of educational standards adopted international educational system (Bologna process) in quality and content. Actions have been developed by benchmarking of existing educational standards.


Keywords: Bologna process; educational system; higher education; educational standards; parametric space; reference object; theory of pattern recognition.

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