A Universal Model of a Subject Area for Situational Centers

  • Fedor Georgievich MaitakovEmail author
  • Alexander Alekseevich Merkulov
  • Evgeny Vladimirovich Petrenko
  • Abdurashid Yarullaevich Yafasov
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 947)


Situational centers are becoming a key element of digital economy, facilitating decision-making for managers of different levels (country, constituent region, municipality, etc.). In order to accelerate decision-making, improve their quality, and also to communicate the decisions made to executors, it is necessary to unite separate situational centers into a single system – a system of distributed situational centers. Since each particular situational center is built on the basis of the model of its subject area, and, accordingly, its database structure, there arises a problem of information interaction of situational centers among themselves. The purpose of the work is to create a universal model of the subject area and to implement it in a relational database, independent of the scope of activity, level and complexity of the organization. The model has been tested when creating software products line “Open Budget” situational center, “Electronic Budget” situational center, “Municipality” universal virtual situation center, etc. and has showed significant acceleration of database design and resource saving.


Situational center Data model Subject area Management levels in economic systems Quality control of management processes 



The work was carried out within the framework of the grant “Development of NTI-II”, contract number: 151GRNTIS5/35877 dated July 21, 2017, the topic Distributed intellectual system for management of coastal infrastructure facilities and territories on the basis of situational center technologies.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kaliningrad State Technical UniversityKaliningradRussian Federation

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