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Development of Creative Potential of Students of Engineering Specialties Within the Framework of Mathematical and Information Disciplines

  • E. V. KuzminaEmail author
  • N. G. Pyankova
  • N. Y. Naryzhnaya
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)

Abstract

Trends in the development of the industry require specialists capable of designing smart networks, as well as those who can model “smart environments” for various types of tasks, develop technological and infrastructure requirements for these environments throughout the entire life cycle. This fact requires the development of the ability of students of engineering specialties of higher education to creativity in the conditions of technologies of big data.

Future professionals who will work in the new digital reality must have the following qualities: to be able to identify complex systems and work with them; understand technology, processes and market situation. For this, it is necessary to have the skills of non-standard solutions, which can be formed within the framework of mathematical disciplines.

Creative skills are formed during the study of mathematics in the re-water description of the processes of objective reality in the language of formulas. When constructing models, the choice of a variant of the mathematical description expresses a creative attitude to the process. The specialist of the new format should distinguish a constant desire to eliminate all types of losses, which can be achieved only if it is involved in the process of optimizing the business, as well as maximum customer orientation. These capabilities are provided by large data technologies. The training of future engineers in the principle positions of working with large data makes it possible to use the selected technologies as a basis for further processes of constructing mathematical models in their subject area.

Thus, the developed methodology for using the technology of big data for modeling processes and systems, allows to form the competence of future specialists on the basis of developing the creative abilities of students and to be a source of inspiration for the creation of new technical products.

Keywords

Creative potential Engineering specialties Mathematical disciplines Information disciplines Modeling Technologies of big data Training methods 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. V. Kuzmina
    • 1
    Email author
  • N. G. Pyankova
    • 1
  • N. Y. Naryzhnaya
    • 1
  1. 1.Krasnodar Branch of Federal State-Funded Educational Institution of Higher EducationFinancial University Under the Government of Russian FederationKrasnodarRussian Federation

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