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Middle European Scientific Bulletin
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  • Features of the Puppet Theater and Actor

    • Authors: Temirova Sarbina Bonu; Otaganov Ravshanbek
      Abstract: The article talks about the characteristics of the puppet theater and the puppeteer. The basis of the puppet theater and the role of the actor are discussed.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Phosphorus Solubilizing Patterns of Different Phosphorus Sources in Rice
           Cultivation, Sri Lanka: A Case Study

    • Authors: J.M.G.M. Karunarathne; J.P.H.U. Jayaneththi
      Abstract: Biofilm enriched Eppawala Rock Phosphate (Biofilm-ERP) has been identified as a potential alternative for Triple Super Phosphate (TSP) application for rice cultivation in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. This is currently practiced in a few rice growing districts in Sri Lanka with the name of biofilm-ERP practice showing the most promising results in rice cultivation. This study was conducted to evaluate the Phosphorus (P) solubilizing patterns of biofilm-ERP over the Department of Agriculture (DOA) recommended full TSP dosage (2013)(CFE) for rice. For the treatments, a modified chemical fertilizer (CFM) mixture was developed by replacing TSP in the DOA recommendation (CFE) from biofilm- ERP. Nitrogen (N) and potassium (K) levels were maintained as per the DOA recommendations and control was maintained without any fertilizer amendments. The experiment was arranged in a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with three replicates. Soil pH, available N and P, organic matter (OM), and microbial biomass C were measured at the initially and end of the experiment. Solubilized P was recovered by leaching in two weekly intervals for up to three months. A significant effect was observed among the P solubilization patterns of treatments. Accordingly, the significantly (p<0.05) highest solubilized P was recorded with biofilm-ERP practice with a slightly increasing trend. Further, this pattern showed a slowly increasing trend over the solubilization period being caused by microbial assimilation of P and releasing of P into soil followed by microbial decomposition obviously with microbial biomass C measurements. The CFE solubilized the P also with a slightly increasing trend but it was significantly lower than the biofilm-ERP. In conclusion, biofilm-ERP was identified as the most outstanding P solubilizer with a sustained pattern for solubilized P. Hence, this biofilm-ERP would be an effective alternative for TSP for rice cultivation in near future. However, further field studies are needed for concrete findings.
      PubDate: Wed, 27 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Children's Folklore and its Types

    • Authors: Sultonova Nigora Abduganievna
      Abstract: The article considers about children's folklore and its types. As folklore as an important means of shaping the personality of the child and the development of speech, a means of aesthetic and moral education of children. Folklore influences the formation of moral feelings and assessments, norms of behavior, the education of aesthetic perception and aesthetic feelings, promotes the development of speech, gives examples of the literary language, enriches the vocabulary with new words, poetic vocabulary, figurative expressions, helps the child to express his attitude to what he heard, using ready-made language forms.
      PubDate: Tue, 26 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Expression of the Idea of A Perfect Man in the Works of Eastern Thinkers

    • Authors: Marufjon Yuldashev; Bunyod Shukurov
      Abstract: Eastern thinkers put forward the idea of a perfect person in their works. It is emphasized that the idea of  perfection is common with moral education. it is stated that the formation of qualities such as humane attitude towards others, justice, sincerity, correctness, gentleness, and generosity are among the main signs of perfection. First of all, the role of family and social relations is very important in the upbringing of a perfect person and in determining their place in society. The article talks about the ideas of Eastern thinkers about the concept of a perfect person.
      PubDate: Tue, 26 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Adaptive Boltzmann Medical Dataset Machine Learning

    • Authors: Thirukumaran S; Regin Rajan
      Abstract: The RBM is a stochastic energy-based model of an unsupervised neural network (RBM). RBM is a key pre-training for Deep Learning. Structure of RBM includes weights and coefficients for neurons. Better network structure allows us to examine data more thoroughly, which is good. We looked at the variance of parameters in learning on demand to fix the problem. To determine why RBM's energy function fluctuates, we'll look at its parameter variance. A neuron generation and annihilation algorithm is smeared with an adaptive RBM learning method to determine the optimal number of hidden neurons for attribute imputation during training. When the energy function isn't converged and parameter variance is high, a hidden neuron is generated. If the neuron doesn't disrupt learning, it'll destroy the hidden neuron. In this study, some yardstick PIMA data sets were tested.
      PubDate: Sat, 23 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • The Role of the Center of Science and Nature in Preschool Children and the
           Effectiveness of the Use of Pedagogical Mechanisms in it

    • Authors: Saydullayeva Barchinoy Abdukhalil kizi
      Abstract: The article discusses the ecological education of children, the opportunities for environmental education in preschool education, and various problems in nature that we cause. In addition, 5 centers are mentioned and a general concept of science and nature center is given.
      PubDate: Fri, 22 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Visualization and Modeling of Seismic Processes

    • Authors: Samatov Lazizbek Zokirogli; Anvar Ubaydullayev Azamovich
      Abstract: This article describes the modeling and visualization of seismic processes. According to today's forecasts, energy consumption in the world will continue to grow rapidly due to the development of science and technology. Despite the development of alternative energy sources (wind, geothermal, solar, hydropower and biofuels), as well as the growing importance of nuclear power, traditional energy sources such as oil and natural gas remain a critical resource. While the reserves of conventional (easily recoverable) oil are significantly depleted, the development of unconventional (heavy) oil is actively beginning all over the world. The main difficulty of this process is the lack of effective approaches to extract a significant percentage of the volume of the entire deposit. In addition, the question of effective search methods for fractured clusters occurring at great depths and containing oil and gas products remains open. One of the approaches to solving these problems is the development of new computer programs and complexes for calculating the process of seismic exploration of the Earth's interior, which will allow modeling field experiments with a high degree of accuracy. In this case, it becomes possible to set a certain geometry of the medium (the number and orientation of fluid-containing cracks, layers of various rocks, etc.) with subsequent obtaining of a synthetic response. To register the signal-response in practice, special devices are widely used - seismic receivers. They allow you to register the displacement of the earth's surface at the point of their installation as a function of time. One of the types of their classification is the division according to the type of registration: single-component and multi-component sensors. With single-component registration, only the vertical component of the displacement is recorded. 
      PubDate: Fri, 22 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Internal Sources of Investments in Uzbekistan

    • Authors: Murodov Shavkatjon Farkhodovich
      Abstract: This article discusses the economic nature of savings as an indicator of the economic well-being of the population and an internal source of investment. Evaluated from the standpoint of investment attractiveness. The dynamics of investments in fixed assets is analyzed, the size of investments is compared with the volume of savings of the population
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Development of Physical Work Skills of Weightlifters

    • Authors: Ismailov Makhmud Nodirbek ugli
      Abstract: This article discusses the implementation of classical techniques of weightlifting. It also talks about the pedagogical methods of improving the athlete’s technique in deadlifts and deadlifts.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Analysis of Integrated Hybrid System in Nigerian Sub-Grid

    • Authors: Makinde Kayode; Lawal Olawale Kazeem, Ibraheem Abimbola Ganiyu
      Abstract: There is no argument that Nigeria like many other developing countries is currently faced with power supply crisis. Despite the abundance of renewable energy sources available within the country, Nigeria is still in short supply of electrical power. About 56% of the nation’s over 150 million inhabitants have no access to grid electricity while the power delivered to the remaining 44% of its population is unsteady and unreliable. This paper discusses the analysis of the impact of integrated Hybrid Photovoltaic and Wind turbine System (HPWS) in a section of the Nigeria electric grid network. The existing Benin 330/132/33kV which is a significant transmission link in the Nigerian Electric Network is used as case study. The HPWS supplied additional generated power of 40MW at 16kV to the aforementioned section of the grid network. Major focus was on the steady state stability of the electric grid network which was modeled with specified loads. In other to effectively carry out the analysis, load flow studies was conducted using Newton-Raphson method of iteration and simulated with Electrical Transient Analyzer Program (ETAP) power tool.
      PubDate: Tue, 12 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Irrigation Quality of Surface Water of Rural Areas Around Kota City,

    • Authors: Nitin Gupta; S. M. Nafees
      Abstract: Due to the natural and anthropogenic inputs, the Chambal River which passes through the Kota city has gradually deteriorated. The assessment of surface water quality is an important aspect to understand the ecological sustainability of the river. Hence, in this study the surface water quality of Kota was evaluated using long time series data for pre-monsoon and post-monsoon period. Data on monitored locations were collected from Public Health Engineering Department (PHED). Various physio-chemical parameters of surface water quality for River Chambal, Akelgarh water treatment plant and Sakatpura water treatment plant were examined to assess the extent of pollution and its suitability for drinking and irrigation purposes. Apart from this the seasonal and temporal variations in water supply of Kota city were observed .. The results imply that water quality of River Chambal is moderately polluted, hence to maintain its water quality; proper waste disposal technique should be adopted. However, drinking water supply system analysis indicates the shortage of water supply in outskirts of the city, so water transmission system need to be augmented in near future to supply additional demand in the newly developed areas in the city..
      PubDate: Sat, 09 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Corrosion Inhibition at Mild Steel Surface in Acidic Media by Ziziphus
           Jujuba Plant

    • Authors: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Dubey; Dr. Nitin Gupta, Dr. S. M. Nafees
      Abstract: The effect of Ziziphus jujuba extract on the corrosion inhibition of mild steel in acidic solution was studied using chemical and electrochemical techniques. It was found from the results of weight loss method that the inhibition efficiency increased with increase in the plant extract up to 15 ppm. It indicates that 15 ppm is the optimum concentration to get maximum corrosion protection for mild steel in acidic medium. The results obtained from the chemical and electrochemical measurements are in good agreement. Organic moieties present in the extract are found responsible for effective performance of inhibitor which was well supported by FTIR studies. The potentio dynamic polarization studies revealed that the plant extract acts as mixed type inhibitors. The surface characteristics of the inhibited and uninhibited mild steel were investigated by Scanning Electron Microscopic studies.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Conceptosphere of Homeland in Artistic Text

    • Authors: Khamidova Gulchekhra Foziljonovna
      Abstract: Concepts and ideas about the homeland, patriotism came to us with our mother's milk. A person grows up in his mother's womb before birth, and after birth he grows up in his homeland. Because of this, the motherland is compared to the mother. A mother is ready for everything for her child, and the Motherland is ready for all goodness for her child. As we deeply feel the feeling of the homeland, if we always say that we love it, it seems that its value has disappeared.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Legal Tech Development in Uzbekistan: Problems and Solutions

    • Authors: Sadikov Maksudboy Abdulajonovich
      Abstract: In the scientific article, the issues leading to the development of legal tech are discussed in detail. Based on the current legislation, existing problems regarding the development of legal tech have been identified and suggestions have been developed.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • The Formation of New Era Law

    • Authors: Khaydarali Mukhamedov
      Abstract: This article is about the historical experience of England and France showed that the formation of the new right took place not only in the years of revolutionary upheavals.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Asymmetric Effects of Economic Growth on Carbon Emissions of Developed
           Countries: Evidence From Nonlinear Panel Autoregressive Distributed Lag

    • Authors: Sana Saleem; Dr Amanat Ali, Jawad Khan
      Abstract: This study explores the asymmetric impact of economic growth on carbon emissions in developed countries by utilizing the panel data for the period 1990 to 2019. The current investigation considers the growth of developed countries to be an essential determinant of CO2 emissions. This study is the first of its kind to reveal the asymmetric connections between GDP and CO2 emissions by using the Westerlund panel co-integration and nonlinear panel auto-regressive distributive lag model. The findings support the fact that the impact of economic growth on CO2 emissions is significantly asymmetric. In the long run, positive GDP shocks will increase CO2 emissions in developed economies. Also, the positive shocks to GDP are correlated with CO2 emissions and other variables in a unidirectional way, except for renewable energy. Based on the given results quite a few policy recommendations were proposed in the concluding portion.
      PubDate: Wed, 06 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • The Issue of Repertoire in the Development of Creative Processes in

    • Authors: U. Musinov; S. M. Kodirova
      Abstract: The formation of the theater repertoire is a complex process. Sometimes a real work of art includes a play with an imposed idea. This puts some limitations for pure competition between all theaters. This is because all theaters touch on a topic that requires time and politics. Similar performances are created within the same theme. But it is easy for the viewer to understand that ideas and ideologies are forcibly embedded in the image. However all means are in originality. The spectator is a fan of unique and simple, or works that interfere with real life. Therefore, everyone in the theater team - the director, the actor, the artist, the costume designer and other members of the team - must find a clear, popular solution that surprises the audience. This is especially complicated issue for puppetry. As we have already mentioned above several times, the specifics of puppetry are radically different. In a puppet show, the actors have to be invisible, and the solution of the images should be represented by a puppet.
      PubDate: Tue, 05 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Approaches to Etiotropic Therapy of Covid-19 in Outpatient Patients

    • Authors: Mukhtorova Sh. A; Jalilova A. S.
      Abstract: The article presents the results of a post-registration observational study to evaluate the results of early initiation of antiviral therapy in patients with COVID-19 receiving treatment at home. Goal- to evaluate the efficacy and safety of antiviral therapy for the treatment of outpatient patients with coronavirus infection caused by SARS-COV-2. Materials and methods. The study included 200 outpatient patients with COVID-19. According to etiotropic therapy, patients were divided into 3 groups: those who received favipiravir, hydroxychloroquine and those who did not receive antiviral agents. Results. The average time to virus elimination while taking favipiravir was 3 (3.0-5.0) days, among those receiving hydroxychloroquine – 5 (4.0-6.0) days, without antiviral therapy – 8.5 (7.0-10.0) days. Normalization of body temperature occurred faster with favipiravir therapy. Conclusions. Antiviral therapy in outpatient patients with COVID-19 is effective and safe. . Taking favipiravir promotes earlier elimination of the virus, faster normalization of body temperature and a favorable outcome of the disease. Hydroxychloroquine may be prescribed as an alternative antiviral drug to outpatient patients in the absence of a risk of severe course.
      PubDate: Tue, 05 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Life and Work of Abu Mansur Al-Maturidi

    • Authors: Murodkhonov Mukhammad Sodiq
      Abstract: Abu Mansur al-Moturidi is one of the founders of the Moturidian direction, one of the two major directions. Information about his life is very small. The full name is Abu Mansur Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Mahmud al-Hanafi Al-Moturidi as-Samarkand. The imam of the great Kalam and the fikh scholar was originally from the Moturid village of Samarkand (now located in the District of Jomboy), and his nickname was taken in relation to that village. Abu Mansur al-Motoridiy took the first education in this village and then continued in Samarkand, which was the religious and educational center of Movarounnahr at that time. In this article, opinions and comments will be made about the life and work of Abu Mansur Al-Moturidi.
      PubDate: Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Word Categories in English

    • Authors: Shodieva Gulrukh Nazir qizi; Rakhmonova Mashkhurakhon Azamatjon qizi
      Abstract: Nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, numerals, articles, and interjections are the ten word classes (or parts of speech) that are traditionally used to categorize words for the sake of grammatical description. Although each of these concepts is helpful and essential for practical purposes, it is debatable as to whether or not they belong in a completely clear description of a language or in general grammatical theory. Although most of the classic word class distinctions can be made in most languages, it is frequently difficult to apply these ideas across linguistic boundaries. The three main word classes—noun, verb, and adjective—as well as strategies for coping with the cross-linguistic heterogeneity in their patterning—are the main topics of this essay.
      PubDate: Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Methods for Producing High-Temperature Superconductors

    • Authors: U. T. Kurbanov; N. A. Turgunov, K. M. Fayzullaev, R. A. Gulamov
      Abstract: This paper presents technologies for obtaining high-temperature superconducting materials.
      PubDate: Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
  • Biomorphological Properties of Black Locust Tree (Robinia Pseudoacacia L.)
           Seeds Producing Herbal Honey

    • Authors: Zhuraev Javlon Mirzatillaevich; Baratova Madina Botirovna, Khalilova Kamola Abdulkhodi kizi
      Abstract: The research presents the outcomes obtained in the study of the biomorphological properties of seeds of black locust, relating to the legume family. Black locust seeds were collected in 3 remote areas, including from the Tashkent Botanical Garden, from the Burchmulla forestry, and from the territory of the Tashkent State Agrarian University. The importance of black locust for forests is huge, therefore, the study of the biomorphology of its seeds during the reproduction of this species will become the basis for the creation of high-quality acacia forests in the future. Along with the study of the seeds of the species, the pharmacology of white acacia and the content of substances in the nectar was studied. It is one of the best trees for honey production, white acacia honey is transparent, fragrant and does not crystallize for a long time. One tree gives about 14.7 kg of honey. Flower nectar contains 30.83% fructose, 0.32% glucose, 68.85% sucrose, and the proportion of total sugars (according to a refractometer) is no less than 40 and no more than 70. To create forests from high-quality seeds, the preparation of seeds for sowing and the optimal sowing time has been determined.
      PubDate: Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
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