Characteristics of the software product UPC 9 MNIS 1.0

Network program "Universal Processing Center of nine multilingual network instrumental systems, version 1.0 (UPC 9 MNIS 1.0)" is designed for centralized paid (or free) solving the tasks of optimizing control of discrete processes for various purposes with the help of the following nine multilingual network instrument systems (MNISs) created by the founder of IT AC DTIP: 1) MNIS MBO 1.0 (multilingual), 2) ... GAO 2.2 (same), 3) ... IO 2.2 (same), 4) ... EO 1.3 (same), 5) ... HIO 1.2 (same), 6) ... RIO 1.0 (same), 7) ... NPO 1.0 (same), 8) ... TO 1.6 (same) and 9) ... PTPDO 1.2 (same).

UPC 9 MNIS 1.0 provides an opportunity for any interested network users to solve in any language convenient for them either via the Internet (network mode of UPC operation), or on a local network or a separate computer (local mode of its operation) their tasks of optimizing control of discrete technological and information processes of various purposes. UPC is a bilingual program, which user interface can be presented in English and Russian. The creator of UPC is the founder of Technology. 

Preparing by users of the initial data of tasks to be solved, as well as the output of their solutions, is carried out through the free automated work places (AWPs) included in MNISs, which you can download from this website (see below Sec. "Work in UPC ..."). The remote modules of optimization (MOs) of these MNISs are part of UPC and are bound via their serial number to the computer on which they will be running. Each such MO is a paid one. You can acquire any set of MOs you need from the founder of Technology, with their binding to the technical parameters of the computer where they will be placed as part of UPC, for what you should go here.

In order to practice with the functionality of UPC and appreciate all its advantages when working in the mode you need (via Internet or on a local network), you can download the archive file "" of two free installation sets of the light version of program (LVP) UPC 9 MNIS 1.0: a local one (for work in a local network or on a separate computer) and a network one (for working on Internet). To do this, you should click this link.

LVP UPC differs from the full-scale UPC program in that it allows to free solve optimization tasks for the same discrete processes of different purposes as when working in UPC, but with significantly reduced allowable numbers of their phase states. To ensure that the task you are creating will always be solved, the used by you AWP has a mode for selecting a means for its solution (see Fig. 1). 

Fig. 1. A fragment of AWP MNIS window, where is made

the choice of a means for solving the task being created

Characteristics of two user utilities

The programs UPC and LVP UPC include two user utilities (auxiliary programs) under the names UPC9_U1 and UPC9_U2. Let us characterize them in brief.

UPC9_U1 utility is designed to form by a specific user the requests of two types: 1) his tasks protocols and 2) files of registering events on solving his tasks, as well as to work with the results of these requests received from UPC.The window of this utility is shown on the left side of Fig. 2 (see below).

UPC9_U2 utility is designed to notify a specific user about incoming from UPC to him of the files with the following information:

The window of this utility is shown in Fig. 2 on the right (see below). It is displayed for 50 seconds. in the lower right corner of the monitor screen in the case when the results of solving tasks and executing requests for the users who have access to this computer or to this local network came to the specified computer folder from UPC.

Fig. 2. Windows of two utilities: UPC9_U1 (left) and UPC9_U2

To download the archive file "Utilities_UPC9_U1," for the installation set of the two utilities, click on this link

Work in UPC 9 MNIS 1.0 on this website 

For a free remote solution by you through this website up to ten of your test tasks on optimizing control of various discrete processes using the nine above-mentioned MNISs, you should connect to the Network processing center (NPC), which function performs here the UPC 9 MNIS 1.0 (see above).

If you have not previously registered on the website, then click on the button "Registration Form", enter into the four fields your personal data (Full name and email address) and click on the button "Connect to NPC," thereby sending the request for registration. To your e-mail address will automatically be sent a letter, where by clicking on the link "Go" will happen your actual registration, providing that not more than 24 hours have passed since the issuance by you of this request. At that, after a few tens of seconds will open in a separate window an extra page of the website, by which will be confirmed your registration. Later on, you can perform network calculations directly on this page by following the instructions on it. But it's better to close this page, and then re-open it in its place of the website, for what you should set your email address and click "Connect to the NPC." At the top of this page will be displayed information about your personal data and your current state, namely, the user code, and the remaining number of attempts to solve tasks.

In the case when you have already been registered, you simply enter your e-mail into a single field of the form, and click "Connect to the NPC". At that, the above page will open immediately in its place.


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